Museum Bank Mandiri
In complete contrast to the polish and modernity at the Museum Bank Indonesia next door, this banking museum is all but empty, with...
Museum Bank Indonesia
One of the nation's best, this museum is dedicated to the history of Indonesia from a loosely financial perspective, in a grand,...
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...
Historia's tasty dishes from around the archipelago include fried fish with a Sumatran sambal (Ikan goreng sambal adaliman ), Javanese...
Jl Pangeran Jayakarta · interesting places nearby
Gereja Sion information
Dating from 1695, this is the oldest remaining church in Jakarta. Also known as Gereja Portugis (Portuguese Church), it was built just outside the old city walls for slaves captured from Portuguese trading ports. The exterior of the church is very plain, but inside there are copper chandeliers, a baroque pulpit and the original organ.