We started our November with a celebration of wisatasekolah.com anniversary. We teamed up to carry out the Chinatown Walking Tour.
With smaller teams, which means more intimate walk, we met in seven eleven Novotel Hotel that has been keeping a hidden treasure, the Candra Naya building. It’s hidden because it is surrounded by a modern building complex and it’s a treasure because the building has a long interesting history, just like the Chinatown itself. Take a look at our walk:
Our guide, Rita Rosary, started the walk with her group.
Group 2, on Pancoran alley.
The end of the walk is just at the end of Gloria Street. Yup. The food alley.
Group 3 in front of St. Maria de Fatima Church.
A wefie is just a must. Group 3 with their guide, Hans.
Joining a walking tour means you can stop by at anytime to taste the local cuisine.
The temple complex of Dharma Bakti.
Group 1 in front of our meeting point, the Candra Naya building.
The final spot, the famous and legendary, Kopi Es Tak Kie.
Partnering with a Barongsai
Cold Coffee at the end of the walk? Because… WHY NOT?!