Here are the top 113 tourist attractions to see in Jakarta:

85. Plaza Senayan

1,379 km
from city center
85 out of 113
places to visit in Jakarta

Plaza Senayan is one of the primary shopping malls located in the Semanggi area of Central Jakarta. It is frequented by middle and upper class people in the neighborhood who buy apparels, handicrafts, home furnishings as well as other things of necessity and leisure. The musical clock installed within the central lobby of Plaza Senayan has become its hallmark today.

86. At Tin Mosque

3.4 /5

15 km
from city center
86 out of 113
places to visit in Jakarta

At Tin Mosque was built by President Soeharto to honor his late wife Tien Soeharto, forming the origin of the name. Located in the outskirts of Jakarta, this huge mosque can accommodate as many as 9000 people. The visitors can witness the peaceful prayers conducted by the Imam (reader of the namaaz) and the beautiful wedding ceremonies that happen here during weekends.

87. Vihara Toa Se Bio

3.4 /5

4 km
from city center
87 out of 113
places to visit in Jakarta

Vihara Toa Se Bio is an old Chinese monastery in Jakarta. The name of the temple is a combination of two words namely "Taose" meaning "message" and "Bio" meaning "temple." The tourists visit this temple to worship Qing Yuan Zhen Jun. The temple is remarkably known for its heavy and distinct scents emanating from the incense.

88. Ismail Marzuki Park

3.4 /5

3 km
from city center
88 out of 113
places to visit in Jakarta

Ismail Marzuki Park or Taman Ismail Marzuki is a famous park in Jakarta. The park has a lot of well-known buildings like the Jakarta Arts Institute which is well loved among the tourists. You can enjoy many cultural performances here like puppet shows, dance and exhibitions. In the evenings, the park becomes a breathtaking site to see with many glowing lamps floating in the skies.

89. General Sudirman Statue

3.4 /5

3 km
from city center
89 out of 113
places to visit in Jakarta

Slightly taller than 6 meters in height, the statue of General Sudirman, one of Indonesia's most respected and revered military leaders during the freedom struggle, is seen standing in salute to the countless cars that pass him by. Located on a street named after him as well in the heart of the city, Sudirman's statue on Jalan Sudirman stands testament to the ever-lasting legacy that he has left on the country and is a tribute to his invaluable sacrifice towards Indonesia's independence movement.

90. Candra Naya Building

3.4 /5

3 km
from city center
90 out of 113
places to visit in Jakarta

Candra Naya is an 18th-century building that belonged to the Khouw family of Tamboen, Chinese immigrants who later played an important role in the society of Batavia. It is located in Jakarta's Kota Dua, or 'Old Town'. Nestled inside a modern hotel, many parts of the complex have been destroyed but the main complex has been retained due to its importance to Indonesian heritage. The building displays aesthetically pleasing Chinese features like curved roofs and red lanterns.

91. Museum MACAN

3.4 /5

6 km
from city center
91 out of 113
places to visit in Jakarta

The Museum MACAN or the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Nusantara is an art museum of Jakarta. It houses a large collection of modern and contemporary art from Indonesia as well as from around the world. Famous for its active exhibitions, its chief highlight is the stunning masterpieces of Yayoi Kusama, a pioneer in the world of contemporary art.

92. Anak Krakatau Nature Reserve

3.4 /5

155 km
from city center
92 out of 113
places to visit in Jakarta

One of the most striking and photogenic places in Indonesia, Anak Krakatau Nature Reserve features the Krakatoa volcano on an island with a black sand beach. It is a 2-hour drive from Jakarta to Carita Beach and then just over 1 hour in a speedboat to get to Anak Krakatau Island. One lands on the black sand beach and after a little walk through the shrubs, it is an easy climb till the permissible point of the volcano. Visitors enjoy the thrilling adventure of climbing the volcanic mountain. However, it is only allowed to hike till a certain height because the height grows 20 feet a year which mean that lava gets spewed out regularly and strolling anywhere near the peak can be dangerous.

93. Museum Di Tengah Kebun

3.4 /5

10 km
from city center
93 out of 113
places to visit in Jakarta

Museum Di Tengah Kebun is a private museum with an impressive collection of relics and antiques by Syahrial Djalil, an Indonesian entrepreneur and founder of the museum. He built the museum entirely through his own money that houses archaeological statues, ceramics, paintings and many more Indonesian artefacts.

94. Taman Wisata Alam Angke Kapuk

3.4 /5

12 km
from city center
94 out of 113
places to visit in Jakarta

Located in the capital city of Indonesia, Taman Wisata Alam Angke Kapuk is a lush nature park that has received the status of a conservation forest area. In order to conserve the mangrove forests in an otherwise urban area dotted with tall buildings that seem to touch the sky and roads that are always busy with moving vehicles, Jakarta has taken the initiative to make this wonderful expanse of greenery into a hotspot for ecotourism.

95. Alive Museum Ancol

3.4 /5

7 km
from city center
95 out of 113
places to visit in Jakarta

Located within Ancol Beach City, the Alive Museum stores wax sculptures of many notable personalities from Hollywood to Korean pop singers. Along with sculptures, there are also movie posters signed by celebrities, musicians, actors and more! This fun museum also has multiple exhibits of 3D objects following several themes, allowing you to take pictures with them, giving off a realistic illusion. Situated 20 km outside central Jakarta, Alive Museum offers the perfect outing for the whole family.

96. Museum Sumpah Pemuda

3.4 /5

2 km
from city center
96 out of 113
places to visit in Jakarta

Museum of Sumpah Pemuda or the Museum of Youth Pledges is a historic museum located in Central Jakarta. It was built to commemorate the Independence of Indonesia, specifically the history of the 1928 Youth Pledge and the national youth movement. Visitors will find a fascinating collection, ranging from photographs to statues about the contribution of the youth of Indonesia during independence.

97. Prince Diponegoro Monument

3.4 /5

5 km
from city center
97 out of 113
places to visit in Jakarta

Prince Diponegoro Monument stands at Merdeka Square of Jakarta, built to honor the Javanese Prince Diponegoro for his bravery in the Java War. Constructed in 1965 by the Italian sculptor Colbertado, the equestrian statue depicts the Prince riding a horse in a heroic posture. The statue symbolises the struggle to gain country's freedom from the Dutch rule.

98. Police Museum

3.3 /5

8 km
from city center
98 out of 113
places to visit in Jakarta

Museum Polri or the Police Museum was built to honour the police force of Indonesia. It is filled with the history of the Indonesian police force, detailing several past events related to national security. Vsitors will find a collection of guns and other archives including statues of famous police officers and the evolution of the uniforms, all of which are explained by interesting and informative guides.

99. Situ Lembang Park

3.3 /5

3 km
from city center
99 out of 113
places to visit in Jakarta

Situ Lembang Park is located in one of the elite areas of Central Jakarta, Menteng. It has an artificial pond with a fountain where people come to fish. Surrounded by many lush green trees and paved paths, visitors come here for relaxing, enjoyin picnics, or just spending time with friends and family. It is also equipped with a playground for children.

100. Bentara Budaya Jakarta

3.2 /5

5 km
from city center
100 out of 113
places to visit in Jakarta

Bentara Budaya Jakarta is an art gallery-cum-museum in Jakarta. It houses interesting art collection gathered by Jakob Oetama that includes the work of Indonesian craftsmen of wooden puppets, sculptors, painters, etc. The art gallery hosts many exhibitions to promote the art culture of Indonesia, hence the place was known as a cultural institution. On rare occasions, the visitors might find art works from foreign artists.

101. Sasmita Loka

3.1 /5

4 km
from city center
101 out of 113
places to visit in Jakarta

Sasmita Loka is a national hero museum housing collections from Lt. Gen. Ahmad Yani. This museum depicts many events that shaped Indonesia's history after Lt. Gen. Yani was kidnapped and killed by a gang belonging to the Communist Party, leading to President Soekarno's resignation. If you are a fan of history, this military museum is an exciting one to learn about Indonesia and its military.

102. Museum Layang Layang

1,388 km
from city center
102 out of 113
places to visit in Jakarta

In Jakarta, there is a little-known museum, Museum Layang Layang (more commonly known as Kite Museum) that has been created with the purpose of preserving the country’s rich kite tradition. Being Indonesia’s first kite museum, families and travellers who are young at heart are bound to enjoy a visit to Museum Layang Layang where they can rediscover the simple joys of childhood.

103. Plaza Indonesia

1,375 km
from city center
103 out of 113
places to visit in Jakarta

Plaza Indonesia is a huge shopping mall located on Thamrin Road within central Jakarta. Housed near Selamat Datang, it is the place to go to when looking for big brands and a comfortable shopping experience. The friendly staff, trendy stores and lip smacking fare at the food & beverage section make Plaza Indonesia one the best malls across Indonesia.

104. Pasar Baru

1,372 km
from city center
104 out of 113
places to visit in Jakarta

Located in the Sawah Besar subdistrict of Central Jakarta, Pasar Baru is an administrative district and one of the oldest shopping districts in the city. The Pasar Baru street is lined with shops selling a wide range of products, from clothing to footwear, cosmetics to watches, electronic items to musical instruments along with roadside eateries serving dumplings, noodles and meatballs. The traditional market known for display of Indonesian, Chinese and Indian Cultures is a great place for shopaholics and foodies.

105. Mall of Indonesia

1,370 km
from city center
105 out of 113
places to visit in Jakarta

Situated at the banks of Kali Sunter, close to the Kelapa Gading Square of Jakarta, lies the Mall of Indonesia. Be it shopping, cinema theatres, multi-cuisine restaurants or fun-filled activities and events for the public and tourists, the Mall of Indonesia has everything to satisfy everyone’s appetite for entertainment. Sparkling colourful lamps, soothing music in the background, and jovial people hanging around with their friends and family is how the huge Mall of Indonesia can be described as. 

106. Pasar Santa

1,380 km
from city center
106 out of 113
places to visit in Jakarta

Pasar Santa Market is located in the Indonesian subdistrict of Kebayoran Baru. This traditional market place in South Jakarta is a one-stop destination for all your requirements. Known to be a traditional-turned-trendy place it is celebrated for the reinvented food, brands, typeface, and design shops. Pasar Santa is the new hype in Jakarta which is at its best if you explore it with your friends and want to take a break from the over-hyped malls and eating places.

107. Cafe Batavia

1,368 km
from city center
107 out of 113
places to visit in Jakarta

Cafe Batavia is a 19th-century old restaurant situated in Kota Tua (also known as Old Town) in Jakarta, Indonesia. This 200-year-old building is known to be the second most former building of Jakarta after the Fatahillah Museum. Very few buildings from the 19th century can be found in Jakarta, and this restaurant is one among them. The classy bistro style of the architecture with a touch of colonial decor, old parlour floors, marble tabletops, and art deco furnishings is capable of pulling a decent crowd.

108. Ragunan Zoo

1,388 km
from city center
108 out of 113
places to visit in Jakarta

Designed to awaken the animal lover within you, Ragunan Zoo is a fine amalgamation of flora, fauna, foliage and some amazing wildlife. Situated in Passar Minguu, this place is full of countless species of animals from different parts of the world. Providing shade and shelter to animals and birds for more than a century now, Ragunan zoo has earned the reputation of being one of the oldest in the world.

109. Menteng

1,375 km
from city center
109 out of 113
places to visit in Jakarta

The sub-district of Menteng is located within Central Jakarta, an administrative municipality of the Capital City of Indonesia. The tourists who happen to visit Menteng are surprised to see well-lit, wide boulevards lined with trees as well as grand fountains and fine dining establishments within the special residential zone that is home to diplomats and top celebs of Indonesia.

110. Central Park Jakarta

1,373 km
from city center
110 out of 113
places to visit in Jakarta

Believed to be the 10th largest building in the world, Central Park Mall in Jakarta includes shopping spaces, an office tower, apartment buildings, and even a hotel. It draws its name from the iconic park in New York City and covers over 70,00,000 square feet in Grogol Petamburan district, West Jakarta. It has top local and international brands, a great food court with a variety of fast-food restaurants, a ten-screen cinema, and beautiful garden spaces to complement the shopping experience here.

111. Puncak Pass

1,432 km
from city center
111 out of 113
places to visit in Jakarta

Puncak is a mountain pass situated in West Java in Indonesia serves as a regular weekend hideaway for the people of Jakarta. It is the hotspot for some of the adventure activities while being majorly famous for its lush nature trails, botanical gardens, waterfalls and tea estates. Tea estate tour and paragliding are a few activities that lure people to visit Puncak besides the mountain scenery.

112. Summarecon Mall Bekasi

1,379 km
from city center
112 out of 113
places to visit in Jakarta

Situated in the Kota BKS region of Jakarta city, the Summarecon Mall Bekasi is one of the most popular malls of Jakarta built over a sprawling 60,000 square meters area. Spread over three floors, the mall houses a large number of local and branded shopping outlets selling clothes, footwear, cosmetics, and electronic gadgets.

113. Setu Babakan Batavian Cultural Village

113 out of 113
places to visit in Jakarta

Setu Babakan is located in the Southern end of Jakarta and is very well-known amongst tourists for its cultural heritage. Also known as Situ Babakan this village is centred on a manmade lake and is dedicated to the preservation of the Betawi culture. In fact, the village is named after one such lake.

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