Dominic from Singapore with one of our guides, Huans, in front of a huge drum in Istiqlal Mosque.
Mae and Mona tried taking the commuterline train from the old town to Jakarta’s city centre. Well, obviously they’re not the only tourists.
Mae and Mona in front of the legendary and iconic canon and the oldest building in the area.
We love them because they always have the energy to pose and take pictures!
Mae and Mona from The Phillipines posing inside the Museum of Bank Indonesia.
Dominic (SIN) loved taking pictures. This picture says it all. 🙂
After the tour, Dominic decided to try our online ojek (motor taxi) from GrabBike.
Dominic inside one of the alleys of Istiqlal Mosque. Great architecture, right? The mosque was actually designed by a Christian architect!
Ben from France with one of our guides, Huans.
One of the perks of a walking tour is… you get to taste the local street food! Just like Ben did.
Daniel & Johnny from Malaysia in front of a huge old drum in Istiqlal Mosque. What’s the drum for?
“This is officially my very first street food in Jakarta”, Daniel said as he took another bite of his tasty Gado Gado.
When we were admiring the grand mosque of Istiqlal, someone approached us and asked if we wanted to participate in a campaign about religion tolerance. Daniel directly said yes when he was explained what was written on the paper. Anybody knows what it says?
Ben from NZ joined our walking tour – Pasar Baru. The picture was taken in Antara Gallery housed in the former Antara News Agency office.
Guillaume from Paris, France is posing in front of Immanuel Church as we end the walking tour – city centre.
Sharman, Miguel, Asia, Inez, Hanum on our Menteng Walking Tour. Tired of walking? The Orange Juice seller on the street is always ready to serve you a cold refreshing drink!
Making silly poses time!
Our guide, Indra with Ann from The Phillipines and Anna from Venezuela.
One of the oldest train stations in Jakarta. Look at that gorgeous high ceiling (and ignore the starbucks sign…)
Ruby & husband from The Phillipines (left) and Yayuk & her friends from Indonesia on the Dutch drawbridge in Kota Tua.
Alberto from Rome, Italy. Amazed by the giant wooden ships in Sunda Kelapa old harbour.