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Najlepsze rekomendacje lokalnych ekspertów

Odkryj, co sprawia, że to miasto jest wyjątkowe. Mogą to być na przykład mało popularne miejsca, które odwiedzisz w towarzystwie lokalnych ekspertów.
Pomnik / punkt orientacyjny
“Learn some of the history of Indonesia here - National History Museum, Hall of Independence, Observation Deck and Flame of Independence. Monas is also where thousands of people gather to celebrate Indonesian Independence Day. You can go up the observation tower to enjoy the view. You will need to purchase a ticket to go up. Ticket can be purchased onsite. It is best to go early, preferably arriving before 08.00 am, and proceed directly to the lift to the observation tower. The lift has a capacity of perhaps 160 people per hour so long queues build up quickly. The other parts of the monument, including the dioramas in the hall below the Monas, can be viewed later. Note: Please check opening hours before you go. The last time I checked, the monument and the museum are open daily from 08.00 until 16.00 Western Indonesia Time (UTC+7) throughout the week except for the Mondays when the monument is closed. Since April 2016, the monument also opens during night time, from 19.00 until 22.00 in Tuesday to Friday, and from 19.00 until 00.00 in Saturday and Sunday.”
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Museum
“The name shows clearly that this is the place to learn of Indonesian History. Enjoy the exhibits. ”
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Bus Station
“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.”
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Kościół
“The mighty cathedral stands tall at the heart of the city, boasting tall spires and impressive neo-gothic architecture. Built during the colonial era, many of the cathedral’s materials and pieces of furniture are sourced from the Netherlands, including its massive pipe organ and ornate main altar. One of the spires also serves as a museum that shows Catholic relics. It was built in 1901 to replace an earlier church. Look for stained-glass features. It is a must visit religious place in Jakarta”
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Place of worship
“Istiqlal Mosque has the claim to fame of being the largest mosque in Southeast Asia and has a capacity of 120,000 worshippers at any one time. It is located near to the national monument of Monas so it makes sense to visit both at the same time. Some things to look out for here include the beautiful Islamic motifs such as stars used to decorate the mosque as well as the water features that are repeated inside. Non-Muslims are welcome to visit the mosque outside of prayer times providing that they dress modestly.”
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School
“The great mosque in Asian. Built with minimalist style. You can go around the mosque. Respect the rules such as wearing a proper clothes (no T shirt or short pans) and you can hire tourist guide from the employee of the mosque.”
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Government Building
“The President Palace of Republic of Indonesia. Next to National Museum and many historical building. The place where the President of Republic of Indonesia do his daily activity.”
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Bus Station
“Cheekily known as “Sukarno’s last erection”, this 132 m-high National Monument is simultaneously Jakarta’s principal landmark and the most famous architectural extravagance of the former president. Though work started in 1961, Monas was not completed until 1975. Constructed from Italian marble, it is topped with a sculpted flame, covered in some 35 kg of gold leaf.”
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Galeria sztuki
“Located at Merdeka Square in Gambir is the National Gallery of Indonesia which is one of the best museums in the city and has some 2,000 pieces of Indonesian art work. For any art lovers or those who don’t know much about Indonesian artists this is definitely not to be missed and it takes you on a colorful journey through different regional pieces. There is also a separate section dedicated to foreign collections and you will find paintings, ceramics, photographs, and sculptures here.”
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Point of Interest
“The Jakarta Art Building (Gedung Kesenian Jakarta), historically known as Schouwburg Weltevreden, is a concert hall in Sawah Besar, Central Jakarta, Indonesia, built during the colonial period in Batavia, Dutch East Indies. You can see modern performances or traditional performances occasionally here. ”
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Restauracja azjatycka
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“Specializes in Peranakan/Babah cuisine. All furniture and decoration come from the private collection of the owner. Enjoy the atmosphere, forget the food. ”
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Lodziarnia
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“Established in 1932, Ragusa Italian Ice Cream is one of the oldest ice cream shops in Indonesia. Ragusa has two outlets located in Duta Merlin and Jl. Veteran, Central Jakarta. However, the latter has become an icon of the capital as it has been serving its loyal patrons since 1947, after being relocated from its original location at Gambir Market. Their spaghetti ice cream is the must-try one.”
  • Poleca 6 lokalnych gospodarzy
Restauracja
“Established in 1958, Nasi Goreng Kambing Kebon Sirih has become somewhat legendary among Jakarta’s culinary connoisseurs. Managed now by the founder’s grandson, the humble street warung still retains its sought-after mutton fried rice, with generous spices and seasoning that result in a strong Indonesian flavor. You can also complete the menu with a selection of satay.”
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Sklep z różnościami
“A strip of street oozing with charm :) Highlights: Antara photojournalism gallery, hidden little restaurants, second-hand clothes.”
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Restauracja
“Best Indonesian Food (Order: Gurame goreng, Tahu Isi, Sayur Asam, Prawns, and Coconuts!)”
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Place to shop
“Despite its name that means “New Market”, Pasar Baru is one of the oldest markets in Jakarta. Most vendors have been trading there for generations, from textiles to antiques, Indian spices to electronics. Also packed with small restaurants and food stalls, some tourists even visit this place just for the experience.”
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Najlepsze restauracje

Restauracja azjatycka
“Specializes in Peranakan/Babah cuisine. All furniture and decoration come from the private collection of the owner. Enjoy the atmosphere, forget the food. ”
  • Poleca 4 lokalnych gospodarzy
Lodziarnia
“Established in 1932, Ragusa Italian Ice Cream is one of the oldest ice cream shops in Indonesia. Ragusa has two outlets located in Duta Merlin and Jl. Veteran, Central Jakarta. However, the latter has become an icon of the capital as it has been serving its loyal patrons since 1947, after being relocated from its original location at Gambir Market. Their spaghetti ice cream is the must-try one.”
  • Poleca 6 lokalnych gospodarzy
Restauracja
“Established in 1958, Nasi Goreng Kambing Kebon Sirih has become somewhat legendary among Jakarta’s culinary connoisseurs. Managed now by the founder’s grandson, the humble street warung still retains its sought-after mutton fried rice, with generous spices and seasoning that result in a strong Indonesian flavor. You can also complete the menu with a selection of satay.”
  • Poleca 4 lokalnych gospodarzy
Restauracja
“Best Indonesian Food (Order: Gurame goreng, Tahu Isi, Sayur Asam, Prawns, and Coconuts!)”
  • Poleca 6 lokalnych gospodarzy
Manadonese Restaurant
“Manadonese Food is high on my list of Indonesia's most delicious cuisines. Your mouth will be bursting with flavours!”
  • Poleca 4 lokalnych gospodarzy
Restauracja
“This down-to-earth restaurant serves hearty Indonesian dishes in a casual environment. The service is friendly, and the food is both affordable and authentic. Sate Khas Senayan is known for its chicken satays, which are served with a choice of sweet soy sauce or thick peanut sauce (must try!). The menu also offers Indonesian staples like gurame bakar (grilled fish) and ayam goreng kremes (fried chicken in batter). The restaurant features an excellent selection of traditional drinks including teh poci (tea served in a clay pot with sugar) and cendol (coconut milk, jelly noodles, Pandan flavouring and palm sugar).”
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Restauracja
“The fried chicken and asam pedas is superb. Waiter will put a variety of foods, but you pay only what you eat.”
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Meal Takeaway
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