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If you ever do find the time for some sight-seeing, we’ve compiled a list of recommended places to go to.


Places of Interest

TAMAN IMPIAN JAYA ANCOL

Taman & Pantai are two main subjects for fun, offering the freshness of the sea for all people, despite their age and background. There are 5 beaches (Pantai Marina, Festival, Indah, Beach Pool and Pantai Carnaval) and also Danau Impian (Dream Lake) stretching along 6.5 km with promenade, completed with culinary facilities such as Jimbaran Resto, Le Bridge, Starbucks, Segarra, and many more. Beach that has a length of 500m has the characteristics of the sea view off and is a means of fishing for those of you who have a fishing hobby. Protected by embankment and made jogging track make this beach can also be used for exercise. The beach has a wide landmass of 150m also presents culinary facilities with a taste of a thick beach, like a restaurant with seafood menu, cafes. Visitors will be pampered with a beautiful and exotic beach atmosphere to be enjoyed as much.

https://www.ancol.com/id/destination/taman-pantai

DUNIA FANTASI

Famous for the nickname Dufan, the park was opened for public in August 29, 1985. Dufan has been the first theme park and also the biggest outdoor amusement center in Indonesia. It indulges the visitors with around the world fantasy through provided high-tech rides. In 2013, Dufan is also equipped with another indoor area, Ice Age, completed with various rides. Dufan has been certified ISO 9001:2008 since 2009 and ISO 9001: 2015 since February 2017. Dufan is also the largest physical edutainment area in Indonesia that pampers visitors with World Travel Fantasy, through high-tech gaming rides, divided into 9 (Nine) regions of Indonesia, Jakarta, Asia, Europe, America, Greece, Saga, Kalila and Fantasy Lights.In 2013, Dufan adds another area of indoor space (Indoor Dufan) equipped with Ice Age and Kontiki rides & in 2014 and 2015 dufan adds hello kitty adventure and Dufan Glow rides. General Facilities for Visitors: Free Drinking Water, Free Loans Baby Stroller and Wheelchairs, Free Wifi, Charger Point, Clean Toilet in every area and rides, Baby Care Room, Mosque, First Aid and Ambulance.

https://www.ancol.com/id/destination/dunia-fantasi

MONAS (MONUMEN NASIONAL - THE NASIONAL MONUMENT)

The National Monument, or simply Monas is a 433 ft (132 metre) tower in the centre of Merdeka Square, Central Jakarta, symbolizing the fight for Indonesia. Monas is the official national monument of the Republic of Indonesia, built to commemorate the struggle for Indonesian independence. The construction began in 1961 under the direction of President Sukarno.

http://jktgo.com/activities/monas/

KOTA TUA (OLD TOWN)

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Kota Tua is one of the historical places in Jakarta that you should visit. You have to visit some of the popular museums like Bank Indonesia Museum, Bank Mandiri Museum and Wayang Museum. If you prefer something to eat, you can go to the instagenic Café Batavia.

Tips for you:

1. If you want to avoid the crowds, we recommend you to come in the morning

2. Wear comfy shirts and shoes so you can walk freely

3. You can also rent a bicycle to stroll around (IDR 20.000 per 30 minutes)

http://jktgo.com/8-places-to-take-your-expat-friends/

JAKARTA CHINA TOWN

Another must visit place in Jakarta is China Town a.k.a. Glodok! It’s situated not too far from Kota Tua. The place is very crowded especially during Chinese New Year. Toa Se Bio Temple and Santa de Fatima Catholic Church are the most popular sights in this area. Not far from that, you can stroll around Petak Sembilan and find many traditional market that sell fruits and flowers. FYI, the legendary Kopi Es Tak Kie is also located in this area.

http://jktgo.com/8-places-to-take-your-expat-friends/

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