9 walking tour options:
1. City centre 1 – the route highlights some of the most important buildings in the modern Jakarta, like the National Monument, the presidential palace, the Istiqlal Mosque, etc.
The walk passes: National Museum, Court of Constitution, National Monument, Presidential Palace, the Great Mosque Istiqlal, Jakarta Cathedral, and Immanuel Church.
2. Chinatown – walk inside Jakarta’s oldest chinatown with the traditional market and temples.
The walk passes: Old Chinese house – Candranaya, Petak Sembilan traditional market, Dharma Bakti temple, St. Maria de Fatima church, Toa Se Bio temple, Gloria food alley.
3. Old town* – this is where it all started. Experience Jakarta (Batavia then) in the Dutch colonial time.
The walk pases: Museum Bank Indonesia, The Big Canal, Toko Merah, Dutch Drawbridge, Syahbandar Tower, Old Harbour, Fatahillah Square.
*Also available for night tour
4. Menteng – one of the nicest neighbourhoods in the city with some interesting historical stories.
The walk passes: Suropati park, Bappenas building, Declaration of Independence Museum, Obama’s school, The Great General Museum, Kunstkring Art Gallery, Cut Meutia Mosque.
5. Pasar baru – the name might mean “new”, but there’s nothing new about this area. Old buildings, market, holy places can be found in the neighbourbood.
The walk passes: Santa Ursula school, Jakarta Philately Building, Jakarta Art Building, Antara Gallery, Pasar Baru, Gang Kelinci Noodle, PNIEL old church.
6. Cikini – Walk among the busy streets and tall buildings of the city and find secret stories.
The walk passes: Gedung Juang 45, Taman Ismail Marzuki, SMPN 1 Jakarta, Perguruan Cikini, Pasar Surabaya (Surabaya Antique Market).
7. Jatinegara – One of Jakarta’s busiest trading centers that holds historical values and religious tolerance.
The walk passes: Jatinegara train station, Koinonia church, Amurva Bhumi Temple, Al Anwar Mosque, Jatinegara Gems Centre.
8. City Center 2 – It’s the other part of Jakarta’s City Center. You will find government buildings housed in the Dutch colonial buildings. Let’s find the stories behind the buildings!
The walk passes: Banteng Square, Pancasila building, Immanuel Church, National Gallery, Tugu Pahlawan (Heroes Monument), Balai Kota (City Hall).
9. Foodie Tour* – Want to get a glimpse of Indonesian foods in just 2 hours of walking? Join our foodie tour and try various cuisine from different parts of Indonesia…without having to travel far, just walk!
The walk passes such cuisine: West Sumateran food, e.g., Rendang; Satay (chicken, lamb, etc); Nasi Goreng (chicken, lamb, etc.); Martabak (Indonesian pancake); Soto (any kind); and so much more.
* only available in the evening
Fri, 21 Oct: Old Town (9 a.m.)
Fri, 21 Oct: Foodie Tour (6.30 p.m.)
Sat, 22 Oct: Chinatown (9 a.m.)
Sun, 23 Oct: Menteng (9 a.m.)
Sun, 23 Oct: Membaca Chairil Anwar (Chairil Anwar Walk) at 3 p.m.
Mon, 24 Oct: Foodie Tour (6.30 p.m.)
Sat, 29 Oct: Old Town (9 a.m.)
Sat, 29 Oct: Chinatown (9 a.m.)
Sun, 30 Oct: Old Town Night Tour (6.30 p.m.)
Sun, 30 Oct: Sarasvati Rempah Trail
Sat, 12 Nov: City Center 1 (9 a.m.)
Sun, 13 Nov: Open Walk (New Route) at 9 a.m.
Other Dates are still AVAILABLE!
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