Best attractions in Jakarta, Indonesia

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Istiqlal Mosque

The biggest mosque in Southeast Asia. It was designed by Frederich Silaban, a Christian architect.
1 km away


Located at Lapangan Merdeka Jakarta's best known landmark, the 137 metre monument.
1 km away

National Gallery of Indonesia

The National Gallery of Indonesia has existed as a cultural institution in the field of visual arts. Today the museum kept 1770 artworks by Indonesian and foreign artists.
1 km away

Jakarta Cathedral

A Dutch colonial old gothic church, and the seat of the Bishop of Jakarta. There is a museum attached to the Cathedral on the top floor.
1 km away

Museum Wayang

Dedicated to puppetry and is located at Kota Tua, one of Indonesia's most famous traditional art forms. On display are the wayang kulit shadow puppets, three-dimensional wooden puppets and special dance masks.
5 km away

Sunda Kelapa Port

The old port area of Sunda Kelapa remains today as a bustling hub for inter islands trade. Graceful Bugis phinisi schooners, the world's last wind-powered sailing fleet used for trade, still berthed at the quay as they have for century.
10 km away

Presidential Palace, Jakarta

Official residence and office of the Indonesian president.
10 km away

Fish Market, Jakarta

This market area bustles with activities related to the sea.
10 km away

Immanuel Church

A Dutch colonial church, designed in classic architecture.
1 km away

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