Chicken Market Bridge
Just before the entrance to the museum is a watchtower, built in 1839 to sight and direct traffic to the port. There are good views over...
One of the most impressive homes is the red-tiled facade of Toko Merah , which was once the home of Governor General van Imhoff.
The old town of Batavia, now known as Kota, was once the hub of Dutch colonial Indonesia. Much of the one-time grandeur has now rotted,...
This classy restaurant doubles as an evocative place for a cocktail, a cool Bintang or a coffee.
This atmospheric cafe occupies the premises of a beautifully restored warehouse that dates back to 1628. Enjoy a drink or meal inside...
Chicken Market Bridge information
Lonely Planet review
At the northern end of Kali Besar is the last remaining Dutch drawbridge, the Chicken Market Bridge, which dates from the 17th century.