Your Most Complete Guide to
Jakarta Indonesia

Discover what Jakarta has to offer with cost-cutting strategies, insider tips, and the most detailed information on hotels, transport, attractions and major interests.


All Transport Guide

Jakarta is a huge metropolis! Learn how to get around the busy streets of Jakarta with our easy-to-follow guide.​

Train at Jakarta Airport-Railway Station. From here many passengers will travel to BNI City Station in Central Jakarta to access other forms of transportation such as the MRT.

Jakarta MRT Guide

Make use of the Jakarta MRT Network to avoid traffic and enjoy your holiday in this big metropolitan.

Jakarta MRT Map

Jakarta Airport Guide

So you've arrived in Jakarta, what's next? Learn how to navigate the city's international airport and how to get to your hotel.

National Gallery of Indonesia. This is a very popular art gallery that showcases some of the best artwork in Indonesia. It is located directly east of the Monas, minutes from Gambir Train Station.


Getting bored in Jakarta? These attractions are something to look forward to and soon.

Taman Fatahillah and other attractions in Kota Tua can be accessed from Jakarta Kota Station.

Jakarta "How To"

Get to know the must-sees in Jakarta so you will have a more satisfying holiday.

Look for this sign in Jakarta Airport Terminal 2 to find the hotel.

Where to Stay

Get to to know the best neighborhoods in Jakarta. Find out the most convenient hotel and accommodation options.

Pasar Induk Kramat Jati – One of the largest fruit and vegetables markets in Asia and zero foreigners know about it. 
Pasar Petak Sembilan – This market is right at the heart of Chinatown.
Jakarta Gem Center – This fascinating market is ideal place to buy a rare gemstone.

Pasar Tanah Abang– Want batik? This is Southeast Asia’s Largest Textile Market!

Museum Macan – Considered by many as the best museum in Jakarta so far. Find out what makes it great.
Museum WayangJakarta has a super affordable puppet museum to visit!
Museum Polri JakartaThis museum has fragments of the infamous Bali Bombings.
Satria Mandala Museum– Military tanks and machine guns: This museum has lots.
Plaza Blok M Mall – This mall is physically attached to the MRT System in Jakarta. Zero Traffic!
Pacific Place Mall – The ‘super rich’ shopping mall here in Jakarta.
Museum Polri JakartaThis is best bargain mall in Jakarta.

Pasar Raya Blok M– Want to find the largest souvenir store in Jakarta. It’s right here.

Taman Lapangan Banteng – This renovated park in Jakarta has an impressive outdoor amphitheatre.
Taman Menteng – Like fustal or basketball? This is the place to play for free.
Taman Jogging 1 – A popular park for free exercise classes.

Suropati Park– Watch local artists play music for free at this public park.

MONAS – This monument is adored by all Indonesians. It represents Indonesia’s freedom from colonialism. 
Selamat Dataran Welcome Monument- This could be the second most iconic monument in all of Indonesia.
Tugu Tani Monument-One of the most photogenic structures in Jakarta. 
The Mandarin Oriental in Jakarta Offers Superb Views of the Welcome Monument.


Ragunan Zoo is the largest zoo in Jakarta and a very popular attraction for visitors to the city.  It occupies roughly 147-hectares of land in South Jakarta. 

Kota Tua is one of most popular places to visit in Jakarta. It is ‘Jakarta’s Old Town’. This is an area about 4.5 km north of the Monas that mainly consists of Dutch colonial buildings …

The Monas, short for Monumen Nasional is one the top tourist attractions in Jakarta. Visiting the Monas should definitely be something to consider during your trip to Jakarta.