Monuments and Landmarks in Jakarta (Indonesia)

National Monument (Indonesia)
  • National Monument (Indonesia)

    The National Monument (Indonesian: Monumen Nasional, abbreviated Monas) is a 132 m (433 ft) tower in the centre of Merdeka Square, Central Jakarta, symbolizing the fight for Indonesia. It is the national monument of the Republic of Indonesia, built to commemorate the struggle for Indonesian independence. Construction began in 1961 under the direction of President Soekarno. Monas was opened to the public in 1975. It is topped by a flame covered with gold foil. The monument and the museum are open daily ...
Merdeka Palace
  • Merdeka Palace

    The Merdeka Palace (Indonesian: Istana Merdeka; also known in Indonesian as Istana Gambir and during the Dutch colonial times as Paleis te Koningsplein), is one of six presidential palaces in Indonesia. It is located on the north side of the Merdeka Square in Central Jakarta, Indonesia and is used as the official residence of the President of the Republic of Indonesia. The palace was a residence for the Governor-General of the Dutch East Indies during the colonial era. In 1949, the ...
Gelora Bung Karno Stadium
  • Gelora Bung Karno Stadium

    Gelora Bung Karno Main Stadium (Indonesian: Stadion Utama Gelora Bung Karno; literally "Bung Karno Sports Arena Main Stadium") is a multi-purpose stadium located at the center of the Gelora Bung Karno Sports Complex in Central Jakarta, Indonesia. The stadium is named after Sukarno, Indonesia's first President. It is mostly used for football matches. When first opened in 1962, the stadium had a seating capacity of 110,000. It has been reduced twice: first to 88,083 in 2006 for the 2007 AFC Asian ...
Wisata Kota Tua Jakarta
Monumen Nasional (MONAS)
  • Monumen Nasional (MONAS)

    Jalan Pelataran Merdeka (Silang Monas) Jakarta Pusat DKI Jakarta 10110 Indonesia
    One of the trademark monument located in Central Jakarta. This monument tells the history of Indonesian Heroes took refuge agains colonial impostors to achieved Indonesia's independence day.
Antara (news agency)
  • Antara (news agency)

    Antara is an Indonesian news agency organized as a private company under the Ministry of State-owned Enterprises. It is the country's national news agency, supplying news reports to the many domestic media organization. It is the only organization authorized to distribute news material created by foreign news agencies. The news agency was founded in 1937, when the country was still a colony in the Dutch Empire, by independence activists dissatisfied with the lack of local coverage by the Dutch-owned Aneta news ...
Gambir railway station
  • Gambir railway station

    Gambir Station (Indonesian: Stasiun Gambir, Station code: GMR) is a major railway station in Gambir, Central Jakarta, Jakarta, Indonesia. It is located on the eastern side of Merdeka Square. It was built during the Dutch East Indian era and renovated in the 1990s. Gambir Station serves as a terminus for most intercity trains operating across Java Island. Two of Jakarta's main commuter lines, the KRL Jabotabek Blue Line (to Bekasi) and Red Line (to Bogor) pass through this station, but do ...
Bundaran Bank Indonesia (Bundaran Patung Kuda)
Gelora Bung Karno Sports Complex
  • Gelora Bung Karno Sports Complex

    Bung Karno Sports Arena (Indonesian: Gelanggang Olahraga Bung Karno, known as Gelora Bung Karno Sports Complex), named Senayan Sports Arena (Indonesian: Gelanggang Olahraga Senayan) from 1969 to 2001, is a sports complex located between Gelora, Central Jakarta and Senayan, South Jakarta, Indonesia. The sports complex host main stadium with capacity of 88,000 spectators, athletic tracks, football fields, aquatics stadium, tennis courts (indoor and outdoor), hockey, baseball and archery fields, and several indoor gymnasiums. The complex was built in 1960 for ...
Ci Liwung
  • Ci Liwung

    Ci Liwung (often written as Ciliwung; also as Tjiliwoeng in Dutch) is a 119 km long river in the northwestern region of Java where it flows through two provinces, West Java and the special region of Jakarta. The natural estuary of the Ciliwung river, known as the Kali Besar ("Big River"), was an important strategic point for trade in the precolonial and colonial periods and was instrumental in the founding of the port city of Jakarta, but has been lost ...
Istana Negara (Jakarta)
  • Istana Negara (Jakarta)

    Istana Negara (English: or State Palace, Indonesian: Istana Negara, Dutch: Paleis te Rijswijk) is one of the 6 presidential palaces of Indonesia. It is located Veteran street Central Jakarta, with Merdeka Palace located south of the building. It is part of the presidential palace compound which have a total area of 68,000 m², along with 3 other building: Bina Graha building that was formerly used as the President's Office, Wisma Negara in the western side which is used as state ...
Jakarta Convention Center
  • Jakarta Convention Center

    The Jakarta Convention Center (JCC) also known as Balai Sidang Jakarta Convention Center is located in Gelora Bung Karno Sports Complex, Tanah Abang, Central Jakarta, Indonesia. It has a plenary hall that has 5,000 seats, JCC also has an assembly hall with an area of 3,921 m². JCC has 13 various sized meeting rooms. JCC is connected to The Sultan Hotel & Residence Jakarta (formerly Jakarta Hilton International) by an underground tunnel. The tunnel has moving walkways and is air ...
Plaza Indonesia
  • Plaza Indonesia

    Plaza Indonesia is a shopping mall located at Jalan M.H. Thamrin, central Jakarta, Indonesia. The mall is part of the Plaza Indonesia Complex, which is a mixed development complex often referred to as "PI". Plaza Indonesia opened its doors in mid-1990. It is located on the corner of Jakarta's The Selamat Datang (Welcome) Statue.
DPR/MPR Building
  • DPR/MPR Building

    The MPR/DPR Building is the seat of government for the Indonesian legislative, which comprises the People's Consultative Assembly (Indonesian: Majelis Permusyawaratan Rakyat, MPR) the People's Representative Council (Indonesian: Dewan Perwakilan Rakyat, DPR) and the Regional Representatives Council (Indonesian: Dewan Perwakilan Daerah, DPD).
Jalan Jaksa
  • Jalan Jaksa

    Jalan Jaksa (abbreviated as Jl. Jaksa) is a short street approximately 400 meters long at Menteng subdistrict in Central Jakarta, Indonesia. It is located about 1 km south of the national museum, Monas and west of the Gondangdia railway station. The street connects Jalan KH Wahid Hasyim to Jalan Kebon Sirih. The six-meter-wide road offers tourists the opportunity to get cheap accommodation, and of course nightlife. It is designed as the main choice of foreign as well as domestic backpackers ...
Tugu Utama
Toko Merah
  • Toko Merah

    Toko Merah (Indonesian "Red Shop") is a Dutch colonial landmark in Jakarta Old Town, Indonesia. Built in 1730, it is one of the oldest building in Jakarta. The building is located on the west side of the main canal Kali Besar. The building's red color contributes to its current name. One of the famous guest of the building Toko Merah is William Bligh.
Patung Pemuda Membangun
  • Patung Pemuda Membangun

    Patung Pemuda Membangun (translated as Youth Advancement Monument or simply Youth Monument) is a statue located at the southern end of Jalan Jenderal Sudirman, Jakarta, Indonesia. The statue marks the entrance to Kebayoran Baru subdistrict in South Jakarta.
Immanuel Church, Jakarta
  • Immanuel Church, Jakarta

    St. Emmanuel's Church (official Indonesian Gereja Immanuel) is a Protestant church in Jakarta, Indonesia. It is considered one of the oldest churches in Indonesia. The church stands on the corner of Jalan Medan Merdeka Timur and Jalan Pejambon, formerly part of the 19th century Weltevreden district.
Senayan City
  • Senayan City

    Senayan City (also often known as Sen C) is a mixed-use development located in Senayan area, South Jakarta, Indonesia. The complex comprises a seven-floor high end shopping mall, an office tower (mainly occupied by SCTV), an apartment tower, and a five-star hotel operated by Sofitel. Senayan City is built on a land area of 48,000 m² owned by the Bung Karno Stadium Authority. It is built and managed by Manggala Gelora Perkasa, a subsidiary of Agung Podomoro Group, under the ...
Gandaria City
  • Gandaria City

    Gandaria City is a mixed-use complex including a shopping mall, an office tower, apartment towers, and a hotel at Kebayoran Lama, Jakarta, Indonesia developed by Pakuwon group Group. The shopping mall, Sheraton Grand Gandaria City hotel, apartment towers and office tower are all directly connected. The development has a land area of about 8.5 hectares.
Hotel Borobudur
  • Hotel Borobudur

    Hotel Borobudur is a five star hotel and serviced apartment located in Jakarta, Indonesia. Conceived in the 1960s by President Sukarno, it was meant to be the second international-standard hotel to be built in the newly independent country (the first was Hotel Indonesia). The hotel is located near Lapangan Banteng, which during the colonial times was the center of what was the military-European colonial neighborhood of Weltevreden. At its opening in 1974, the hotel was the largest hotel in Jakarta.
Kali Besar
  • Kali Besar

    Kali Besar (de Groote Rivier) refers to the channel connecting Sunda Kelapa in the north to the south part in old town of Jakarta, parallel to Ciliwung River in their east disemboguing at the heart of the old city of Jakarta. Literally meaning Grand River, this channel is now part of Kali Krukut (Krukut river) in Tambora subdistrict.
Thamrin City
  • Thamrin City

    Thamrin City is a mixed-use complex including a shopping mall, 5 apartment towers and town houses on the 10th floor in Jakarta, Indonesia. An Amaris hotel is located in one of the apartments towers. It is located in Central Jakarta. The shopping center is housing many Indonesian Batik clothes shops. The complex has a land area of about 12.5 hectares.
Taman Suropati
  • Taman Suropati

    Taman Suropati (Suropati Park) is a park located in Menteng, Jakarta, Indonesia. The location that would be Taman Suropati was hill-shaped area. The soil was dumped to Besuki Street in order to level the area. The park was originally a court in circular form designed in 1912 by P.A.J. Moojen. F.J. Kubatz and F.J.L. Ghijsels perfected to avoid traffic jam in around the court. In 1920, the court started the transformation to be a park by the planting of trees and flowers. According ...
Hotel der Nederlanden
  • Hotel der Nederlanden

    Hotel der Nederlanden (also Hotel Dharma Nirmala during its last 10 years) was a historic hotel in Jakarta, Indonesia. Hotel der Nederlanden was one of the three grand hotels in Batavia during the last period of the colonial rule, the other being Hotel des Indes and the Grand Hotel Java. The hotel had operated for more than a century, after which it was demolished in 1969 and was replaced with the Bina Graha presidential office.
Mangga Dua, Jakarta
  • Mangga Dua, Jakarta

    Mangga Dua is a shopping district at Pademangan subdistrict of Jakarta, Indonesia. The area is bordered by Jalan Gajah Mada in the west and in the east is Jalan Gunung Sahari, while in the middle is Jalan Pangeran Jayakarta and Jalan Mangga Dua Raya. Mangga Dua is part of Jakarta's long history starting from Sunda Kelapa port and Glodok, which is biggest China town in Indonesia. Mangga Dua is as one of the 12 coastal tourism spots to attract foreign ...
  • BNI City railway station

    BNI City railway station or Sudirman Baru railway station (Indonesian: Stasiun BNI City) is a station for Soekarno-Hatta Airport Rail Link service. The station is located at Central Jakarta, Indonesia. The station is located on the north bank of West Flood Canal, about hundred meters away from Sudirman station of Jakarta metro commuter rail service. Sudirman Baru Station has three floor and about 500 metres (1,600 feet) in length. On the ground floor, a number of station support facilities such as ...
Angke Mosque
  • Angke Mosque

    Angke Mosque, officially known as Masjid Jami Angke or Masjid Al-Anwar, located at Tambora, Jakarta, Indonesia. It is one of the oldest mosques in Jakarta. Well-maintained and retaining its original form, the mosque has been called by the historian Denys Lombard as 'une des plus élégantes de la vieille villa' (one of the most elegant of the old town). The history of the mosque reflects the multiethnic and multilayered origin of colonial Jakarta
Embassy of Australia, Jakarta
  • Embassy of Australia, Jakarta

    The Embassy of Australia in Jakarta (Indonesian: Kedutaan Besar Australia) is the diplomatic mission of Australia in Indonesia, located within the Golden Triangle.
Sunda Kelapa lighthouse
  • Sunda Kelapa lighthouse

    Sunda Kelapa lighthouse (Indonesian: Mercusuar Sunda Kelapa) is a lighthouse located in Jakarta, Indonesia. Established in the mid 19th-century, it is among the oldest modern lighthouse in Indonesia.
  • Cemindo Tower

    Gama Tower (formerly known as Cemindo Tower) is a skyscraper at Jalan H R Rasuna Said, South Jakarta, Indonesia. It was named as Rasuna Tower and Cemindo Tower during construction period, but finally named as Gama Tower. It is a 289-meter roof tall & 310-meter tip tall skyscraper with 69 floors above and 4 floors below the ground. Land area of the tower development area is 1.6 hectares. It has a parking lot of over 1100 vehicles. At present the ...
  • District 8 Jakarta

    District 8 Jakarta is a mixed development complex of 11 towers at Sudirman Central Business District in South Jakarta, Indonesia. The buildings of this complex are, Treasury Tower, Eternity Apartment @ District 8, Infinity Apartment @ District 8, Residence 8 @ Senopati Tower A, Residence 8 @ Senopati Tower B, Residence 8 @ Senopati Equity Tower, District 8 Office Tower 2, District 8 Office Tower 3, District 8 Residential Tower 3 & District 8 Hotel/Residential Tower.Total land area of the ...
  • Kemang, Jakarta

    Kemang is an expatriate neighborhood located mostly in Bangka and partly within Pejaten Barat administrative village in South Jakarta, Indonesia. The main area of Kemang is marked by the roads of Jalan Kemang Raya, Jalan Prapanca, and Jalan Bangka.
  • Ciputra World Jakarta

    Ciputra World Jakarta is a building development built by PT. Ciputra Property Tbk, located on Jalan Prof. Dr. Satrio, Mega Kuningan, South Jakarta, Indonesia. With a total land area of 15 hectares, Ciputra World Jakarta planned to have 15 towers. Ciputra World 1 Jakarta, with a land area of 5.5 hectares, has 3 office towers; Raffles Hotel and Raffles Residences Jakarta; My Home Apartments & Ascott Service Apartment; & DBS Bank tower. Ciputra Artpreneur Center (Museum, Theatre & Gallery) and a ...
  • Universitas Siswa Bangsa Internasional

    Universitas Siswa Bangsa Internasional (also known by the acronym USBI), or Sampoerna University, is an international university located in Jakarta, Indonesia. It is the first Indonesian university to offer an accredited U.S. degree entirely within Indonesia.
  • Mangga Besar, Jakarta

    Mangga Besar is an administrative village of Taman Sari, West Jakarta, Indonesia.This village is adjacent to Jalan Pinangsia road (Glodok) in the north, Ciliwung River to the west, Tankgi to the east and Jalan Mangga Besar road in the south. The neighbor-hood is a popular nightlife destination in Jakarta.
  • Kota Kasablanka

    Kota Kasablanka is a mixed-development covering an area of 11.5 hectares at Tebet in Jakarta, Indonesia, which consists of office tower, serviced office suites, shopping center, convention hall and condominium towers. This super-block is developed by PT Pakuwon Jati Tbk (PWON).
  • All Saints Church, Jakarta

    All Saints Church, also known as the Anglican Church, is an Anglican church located in Kebon Sirih Administrative Village, Menteng, Jakarta. It is the only Anglican Communion in Indonesia. The church is located in Jalan Menteng Raya, close to the Farmer's Statue. It is among the oldest church in Indonesia. The churchyard of All Saints Church contains graves of English soldiers who fell during World War I and World War II, e.g. Lieutenant Colonel William Campbell (died in 1811).
  • Jakarta Planetarium and Observatory

    Jakarta Planetarium and Observatory (Indonesian: Planetarium dan Observatorium Jakarta) is a public planetarium and an observatory, part of the Taman Ismail Marzuki art and science complex in Jakarta, Indonesia. The planetarium is the oldest of the three planetaria in Indonesia. The second planetarium is located in Surabaya, East Java. The third planetarium is located in Kutai, East Kalimantan.
  • Al-Makmur Mosque

    Masjid Jami' Al-Makmur Cikini is located on Jalan Raden Saleh Raya in Cikini, Central Jakarta, and is one of the oldest mosques in the locality. It was formerly known as Tjikini Mosque (Indonesian: 'Masjid Tjikini').
  • Krukut River

    Krukut River is a river flowing in Jakarta from a source in Bogor Regency. In the past the river was clean and one of the tourist attractions during the Dutch East Indies administration, but due to denser housing on the banks and lack of maintenance, the water turned dark and filled with trash, causing routine flooding in rainy seasons.