Come and explore an eclectic mix of modern and traditional in the massive capital city of Indonesia. The sprawling metropolitan city of Jakarta is indeed diversity at its finest. From the towering high-rises and trendy shopping centers of Jakarta to the rolling hills of Bogor, these features are what make this city unique. Fondly referred to as “The Big Durian,” Jakarta is a sensational melting pot of cultures and customs from across Indonesia and beyond.
Explore The Highland "Rain City" of Bogor
Visiting the “Rain City” of Bogor located in the province of West Java, provides many tourist attractions as well as delicious food options. Despite being the smallest segment of Jabodetabek, Bogor is an important economic, scientific, cultural and tourist center. Discover the true beauty of Bogor by visiting the Bogor Botanical Garden, Taman Safari Indonesia, and the Istana Bogor. These icons of Bogor are well known across Indonesia and have been popular tourist destinations for years.
The Bustling Metropolis of Tangerang City
The fast-growing metropolis of Tangerang is the 3rd largest urban center in the Jadebotabek region, and the 6th largest city in Indonesia. Covering 165 square kilometres, Tangerang is home to several expansive upscale property developments, and is a major industrial and manufacturing hub. The city also includes multiple massive supermalls, as well as Indonesia’s primary international airport.
A Magical Day at Ancol Dreamland
Taman Impian Jaya Ancol in North Jakarta is the largest integrated tourism area in Southeast Asia. The area provides fun for the whole family, featuring an international championship golf course, a vast array of theme parks, hotels, beaches, and other recreational facilities! Once an under developed swamp land, Ancol is now home to several amusement parks, an Eco Ocean park, Indonesia’s first beach golf course, and a never ending list of other things to see and do.
Old City of Jakarta
Kota Tua or Old City is a center of history, heritage and culture of Indonesia. Much of Kota Tua centers around educational tourism, though all-in-all Kota Tua is quite the multi-functional destination with attractions ranging from museum visits and sight-seeing, to culinary delights and shopping trips. The area is lined with Colonial Dutch buildings, many of which have been transformed into museums and cultural centers which are open to be explored.
Visit Indonesia In A Day at Taman Mini Indonesia Indah
Take a tour of Indonesia’s vast and diverse culture, landscape and biodiversity in a single day! Taman Mini Indonesia Indah (Miniature beautiful Indonesia Park,) features 250 acres of museums and exhibitions dedicated to all things that make Indonesia unique and amazing. The massive area includes models of traditional housing of various ethnic groups across Indonesia, a large lake with islands shaped as the Indonesian archipelago, animal parks, children’s amusement parks, museums, and much more.