Ancol Dream Park
Super family entertainment where families and couples can enjoy a wide range of entertainment such as shows, Fantasy World, Sea World, a 18 -hole golf course, Jakarta's largest wave pool, bowling and jet skiing, etc.
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Pasar Baru Shopping Market
Jakarta's oldest shopping centre - Passer Baroe - was built in 1820 and is one of the area's key tourist destinations.
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You can also rent a boat and cruise to thousands of islands from the Marina Bay at Ancol and spend day enjoying white sand beaches, snorkling, diving or just relaxing.
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Mangga Dua Wholesale Market
Heaven for shoppers. You can get almost anything at Mangga Dua Wholesale Market at great prices from clothing, to accesories, toys, electronics and home decorations. Don't forget to bargain in a friendly manner with vendors - although they would prefer you buy items in bulk - they are happy to accommodate most requests.
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The Kemayoran EXPO exhibition centre is host to a range of trade fairs and events each year from automotive, educational and food and beverage fairs to entertainment events sucvh as traditional dance celebrations.
The centre is also the venue for Jakart'a's Java Jazz International Festivals and a range of other concerts catering to all music tastes.
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An historical palace where all six Indonesian Presidents reside and use as their presidential office. Every year on August 17, Indonesian Independence Day celebrations take place at the Presidential Palace.
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National Monument (Monas)
The National Monument is a 132-metre tall creation symbolising national pride in Indonesia. It was erected in 1975.
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