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Alvita
Alvita
August 6, 2018
A must visit, one of the icon of Jakarta
Narasati
Narasati
May 19, 2018
As an icon of the city and a symbol of the struggle of Indonesia, Monas is a place worth visiting. In addition to the monument, you can also find The National History Museum in the area around Monas. In this museum there are many dioramas depicting the history of Indonesia. In addition to learning…
Naniek
Naniek
July 14, 2018
Jakarta's iconic symbol, you can go up to the top for a great view of Jakarta. There is also a history museum inside. The monument is surrounded by a park which is quite lovely to walk around in early in the morning or in the late afternoon (away from the midday heat)
Pine Tree
Pine Tree
February 26, 2020
Food Culinary start with Kerak Telor Snack, is a traditional traditional snack from Jakarta. Made from white sticky rice, duck / chicken eggs, ebi and some other herbs. There are some uniqueness from this food, first is the processing that does not use cooking oil and uses coals for the ripening…
Hody
Hody
September 3, 2018
The branch mark tower of Jakarta, go in the morning or late afternoon to avoid long line up. On the top, you can see The city of Jakarta.
Neysa
Neysa
July 19, 2016
The National Museum, built in 1862, is the best of its kind in Indonesia and an essential visit. The enormous collection begins around an open courtyard stacked with magnificent millennia old statuary including a colossal 4.5m stone image of a Bhairawa king from Rambahan in Sumatra, who is shown…
Andre
Andre
November 23, 2014
It's our Indonesian National Monument

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