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The excursion will be going to the beautiful Indonesia in miniature Park, In the park the tour will visit several pavilions illustrating the multifaceted Indonesia culture, also will visit the Museum Indonesia here displayed what is perhaps, the best collection of Indonesian artifacts and handicraft of the country, including 35mannequin couples dressed in local wedding costumes. Taman Minin Indonesia Indah the east of the city visitors a glimpse of the diversity of the Indonesia archipelago in a single location. This extensive park houses exhibits from all of Indonesia’s provinces. It has its own orchid garden, bird-park with a walk-in aviary, Imax theatre, a fauna museum and recreational grounds. Of special interest is the Museum Indonesia, housing contemporary arts crafts and traditional costumes from around the country.

Through the bustling city of Jakarta, the drive will pass Merdeka Square, National Monument, and Presidential Palace. The visit will be to the National Museum (close on Monday) and Sunda Kelapa Old Harbor. In the afternoon will be going to the beautiful Indonesia in Miniature Park. In the park will visit several pavilions illustrating the multifaceted Indonesia culture, also will visit the Museum Indonesia. The National Museum offers historical, prehistoric, archaeological and ethnographic aspects of Indonesia through its extensive collection of artifacts and relics. It has one of the most complete collections in the country of bronzes and ceramics dating back to the Han, Tand and Ming Dynasties.

The museum's collection of cultural instruments, household utensils, arts and crafts provide a good introduction to the life of Indonesia's various ethnic groups. Sunda Kelapa, also known as Pasar Ikan (fish market), is in the north of the city at the mouth of the Ciliwung River. This is where the Portuguese traded with the Hindu Kingdom of Pajajaran in the early 16th century and where Dutch domination of Indonesia began. Sunda Kelapa is now a busy inter-island port. Tall master Bugis schooners from South Sulawesi, part of the world's oldest commercial sailing fleet, are one of the finest sights Jakarta has to offer.

This is Jakarta's largest and most popular recreation park, an excursion to Ancol Dreamland and Fantasy World, a chance to experience the beauty of the coastal area then will visit the art market. Another relaxation hours and have fun at the fantasy world. Taman Impian Jaya Ancol, is the most attractive places serving the densely populated city of Jakarta, the ''Pasar Seni'' or art market it is outdoor art market likely recreational place where will be the most tempted to purchase items include antiques, handicrafts, painting, potters and knickknacks.

With many of the artisans working on site, it is a paradise for souvenir hunters and art lovers has a varied collection of Indonesian handicrafts, paintings and souvenirs. It has all the adventures people crave for; Sea World, Fantasy World, Atlantis Water Adventure and Marina Beach.

Leave the hustle and bustle of the inner city behind, drive through the lovely countryside up through the mountain resort. This tour is exclusive designed for those who are keen of gardens and enjoying beautiful panorama. Begins with a visit to Bogor Botanical garden, continuing on through the winding road of Puncak viewing beautiful sceneries of tea plantation, before returning to Jakarta the tour will visit Safari garden.

The world-famous Bogor Botanical Garden borders the Palace Grounds, covering an area of 87 hectares with thousands of species of plant life from all over the world. At Safari Garden where animals from all continents roam freely in this 35-hectare park, among the animals kept here are some comparatively rare species such as anoas, rhinos, giraffes, white tigers and European, American and Asian bears.

In the morning depart Jakarta to Bandung in West Java, after 2.5hours drive through highway we will be arriving in Bandung then head to the rim of Tangkuban Perahu Volcano, another visit will be ciater hot springs and thermal-spa. After lunch at local restaurant, have some time to do shopping at the textile outlet, then drives back to Jakarta. Bandung is located about 180kilometers Southeast from Jakarta, the city is situated on a plateau 768meters above sea level with a nice cool climate throughout the year. Tangkuban Perahu is a volcano with three craters into which areas tourist can walk through, these three craters are, Kawah Ratu ("Queen Crater"), Kawah Domas ("Domas Crater), and Kwah Upas (upas Crater). Ciater Hot Spring is a nice park with pools in shich to sit or swim, the streams and pools are fed with warm mineral springs, which are created by the heat from nearby volcanoes.

Nothing could be more relaxing than driving around the city in the evening just as the city skyline is bathed in twilight and a cool night breeze take us along the coastal waters. Enjoy the evening drive through the busiest disctrict China town until reaching Ancol dreamland. Visits art market then have a chance to taste the delicious Indonesia food. Taman Impian Jaya Ancol, is the most attractive places serving the densely populated city of Jakarta, the "Pasar Seni" or art market it is outdoor art market likely recreational place where will be the most tempted to purchase items incude antiques, handicraft, painting, potters, and knickknacks. With many of the artisans working on site, it is a paradise for souvenir hunters and art lovers has a varied collection of Indonesian handicrafts, paintings and also souvenirs. It has all the adventures people crave for, sea world, fantasy world, atlantis water adventure and marina beach.

This is an interesting sight of Jakarta, we will explore some of the more modern aspects of Jakarta with a photo stop at such iconic sites such as the Presidential Palace and Istiqlal Mosque, the largest mosque in Southeast Asia.

Then we will do a walking tour of Old Batavia, our vehicle will stop at the entrance of the China town, we will walk to the oldest China town area in Indonesia, here we visit the Golden Wisdom Taosit temple dating back to the 1650's. We also will visit Fatahilla Square and Sunda Kelapa Old Harbour. Glodok, originally just outside the city walls, is an area characterised by winding lanes, slanting red tiled roofs and small dark shops and a hub of the Chinese community. Sunda Kelapa, is in the north of the city at the mount of the Ciliwung River. This is where the Portuguese traded with the Pajajaran Kingdom in the early 16th century and now is still a busy inter-island port as one of teh finest sights has to offer.

Start your day program to explore the nice island in Jakarta. Morning pick-up you from hotel and transfer you to the pier. By speed boat you will reach the Sepa Island and enjoy your day at the island. You probably feel the need to break away from the ordinary, to do the unusual, to touch the nature, Sepa Island has it all "Nature"and has long been admired for while sandy beaches, crystal clear water surrounding and teeming with marine life.

Sepa Island has outstanding while sandy beaches for sunning, turquoise water surround for swimming and snorkeling. The crystal clear water, corals reef formation and teeming with interesting marine life make Sepa Island and surrounding popularly known as a PARADISE FOR DIVER.

In the morning, get picked up from your hotel and heading to Jalan Surabaya. Upon arrival walking along this straight road that famous for its antique stalls from the wood sculpture, puppet, mask, porcelain, and metal ornament, antique lighting to modern goods like hand bag to golf stuff. This market has been there since 1970 that initially only open on the weekends. Enjoy your time to walk around from one stall to another to fill in your curiosity. Next visit the National Museum (closed on Monday). The collection of this museum covers all Indonesia’s territory and almost all of its history. It is an archeological, ethnological, historical and geographical museum, for sure this national museum keep the largest collection of Hindu-Buddhist ancient art of Indonesia and then heading to Surabaya street. Afterward, transfer to Dapur Babah restaurant.

It is not just a restaurant that served their signature dish, Peranakan cuisine a fusion of Javanese spices, Dutch’s rich flavors and Chinese sweet & spicy seasoning but also a little art museum with soul and romance displayed through their interior. After your lunch, you will discover the oldest Buddhist temple in Jakarta: Vihara Darma Yakti that was built by a Chinese captain Oei Tjhie in 1755 to replace a previously demolished Buddhist temple that dated back to 1650. Predominately by red the temple interior featuring ancient bell and drums. Then continue to see another religious landmark, the Santa Maria Church with a very strong Chinese influence with red doors and Chinese style roofs.

desde 38,23 €

In the morning leave the hustle and bustle of the inner city behind, drive through the lovely countryside up through the mountain resort, Bogor Botanical Garden covering an area of 87 hectares with thousands of species of plant life from all over the world. Next, Taman Safari, where animals from all continents roam freely in this 35-hectare park, among the animals kept here are some comparatively rare species such as anoas, rhinos, giraffes, white tigers and European, American and Asian bears. Before transfer back to Jakarta continue through the winding road of Puncak viewing beautiful sceneries of tea plantation. Transfer back to Jakarta.

desde 68,27 €

We start off bright and early by becoming acquainted with Merdeka Square also known as Liberty Square which is home to both The National Monument better known as Monas and The Merdeka Palace amongst others. This impressive square boasts 75 hectares of land and is the place to be for pretty much everything from national events to leisurely weekends in Jakarta.

HIGHLIGHTS:

* Step inside the biggest mosque in Southeast Asia: Istiqlal Mosque
* Engross yourself in the intense history of Indonesia at The National Museum
* Head a little bit out of town to the splendid Sunda Kelapa harbour

Once we have got our bearings, we make our way on to the national mosque of Indonesia. As well as being big enough to fit 120,000 people, this magnificent mosque is absolutely rich in history, in fact; its very purpose for being built was to commemorate Indonesian independence. “Istiqlal” literally translates from Arabic to mean independence. Just across the water you’ll see the neo gothic style Gereja Katedral. The two places of worships are merely a stone’s throw apart and this in itself gives a true reflection of the harmony between the two religions in Indonesia.

Staying in Merdeka square, we head over to The National Museum which is sometimes referred to as Gedung Gajah - The Elephant Building after the statue which stands proud out front. The vast collection of artefacts within this museum manage to cover the majority of Indonesia’s history. Here, you’ll find piece upon piece of Hindu-Buddhist ancient art of Indonesia. We have a chance to admire the tower of Monas which stands at a mesmerising 132 metres. This monumental tower signifies the arduous struggle in which the people of Indonesia had to go through in order to gain their independence.

We drive on out to Sunda Kelapa harbour which nowadays is considered as a minor port and is mainly home to pinisis which are traditional Indonesian two-masted sailing ships. This 500-year-old harbour area used to be a vital link to the markets of the outside world in the 15th century kingdom of Pajajaran. You will find out just how important it was during that era. Once we have got our fix of facts, we shall go for a bite to eat in a local spot.

Once we are full up, we will stroll around the Jakarta old town taking in everything from the architecture to the ambience. Once famed as the central trading point of Asia thanks to its convenient location and its ease of access to natural resources. This place is full of people making their way around town which means you’ll get to see how the locals go about their daily lives.

desde 37,83 €

A quick introduction of Indonesia culture diversity through a visit to TMII “Taman Mini Indonesia Indah” a Miniature Park of Indonesia that was built based on the idea of the second first lady of Indonesia, Ibu Tien. We will visit the Taman Mini Indonesia Indah or Miniature park of Indonesia, consist of several pavilions illustrating the multifaceted Indonesia’s culture and featuring perhaps the best collection of Indonesian artifacts and handicrafts, including 34 mannequin couples dressed in local wedding costumes. This extensive park has its own orchid garden, bird-park with a walk-in aviary, Imax theatre, a fauna museum and recreational grounds.

desde 28,58 €

Enjoy the evening drive through the busiest district China Town until reaching Ancol Dreamland. Visit Taman Impian Jaya Ancol for some tasty food and later visit “Pasar Seni” or art market - an outdoor art market and recreational place featuring antiques, handicrafts, painting, potters, and knick-knacks.

With many of the artisans working on site, it is a paradise for souvenir hunters and art lovers and has a varied collection of Indonesian handicrafts, paintings and souvenirs.

desde 40,5 €

In the morning depart Jakarta to Bandung in West Java, it will take about 2.5 hours drive through highway. Upon arrival in Bandung heading to the rim of Tangkuban Perahu a smoldering 2000 meter wide volcano. Start with a walk around the main crater, Kawah Ratu, and next continue to Ciater Hot spring through the huge wonderful tea plantation in Lembang. Lunch at a local restaurant.

Continue to a small street in the center of Bandung Jalan Braga which was famous since 1920 as a promenade street. Chic cafes, boutique and restaurants with European ambiance along the street had made the city to attain the Paris Van Java nickname. If you still have sometimes you may continue to enjoy a shopping tour to factory outlet along the way Dago or Riau street.

desde 82,83 €

In the early evening transfer to Jakarta old town, often called Batavia town. This 1, 3 square kilometer heritage site famous as the central trading of Asia in the past due to the strategic location and natural resources.

This site is always full of people that wandering through the street and the main square while waiting for the nebulous sunset on the horizon. Just opposite of the main square, at the Batavia café we will served your dinner while you still be able to enjoy the crowd with the old building as the backdrop.

desde 48,24 €

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