Celebrating our 1st Anniversary, we collaborated with @PosCinta to do an open walk: Pasar Baru. It’s a new route for us, and is available for a regular walking tour! Here are some pictures.
One of our guides is explaining about this Jakarta Performing Art building. It has a long history.
The guides of Jakarta Good Guide!
It’s one of the most historical buildings we passed. Philately Building that was initially built for a post office in 1912.
This is our starting point. Stasiun Juanda. A newly renovated commuter line station.
Pasar Baru: Since 1820.
Walking on Pasar Baru is really convenient because it has a (transparent) roof that keeps us from the heat.
Gedung Antara. One of the most important buildings that spread the news of Indonesian independence. It’s also a gallery with various exhibitions.
In the middle of Pasar Baru alley.
It was steaming hot but it didn’t stop us from grinning for a picture.
Lunch after a walk. Bakmi Gang Kelinci is definitely the best place in the area to have noodle.
Our last stop, so a picture is a must.
Walking on a narrow street and checking on the things sold on the side of the street.
Our guide is explaining about Gereja Ayam.