Mangga Dua Mall
Dating from 1695, this is the oldest remaining church in Jakarta. Also known as Gereja Portugis (Portuguese Church), it was built just...
Balai Seni Rupa
Built between 1866 and 1870, the former Palace of Justice building is now a Fine Arts Museum. It houses contemporary paintings with...
Museum Sejarah Jakarta
The Jakarta History Museum is housed in the old town hall of Batavia, a stately Dutch colonial structure that was once the epicentre of...
This classy restaurant doubles as an evocative place for a cocktail, a cool Bintang or a coffee.
Warung Kota Tua
On the west side of Taman Fatahillah square, this semi-renovated old warehouse (an open-sided space with exposed brick walls and...
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Lonely Planet review
The place for electronics, DVDs and CDs (and even Russian watches) with numerous other malls in the area.