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Fatahillah Square, also known as Old Batavia, is the historical district of Jakarta located in Kotas. During Dutch Colonial times in the 16th century, this was the heart of the walled city. Home to attractions such as the Jakarta History Museum and...more
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This square is a must see if visiting Jakarta. The area is historic and has many attractions, including a few museums. The square is very popular with locals who come with families to play on rental bicycles and run around. Needless to say this is...More
I enjoyed the view and the atmosphere. It was fun and memorable. It has a nice spot to take pictures in every angle. I want to go there next time earlier with my friends. So I could spend more time to explore the places there....More
This is located within the old city. I think coming here during the weekends or holidays where a lot of local will come too, adds to the fun. The local people will hire old Dutch bicycles to just cycle around the square which is fun...More
This is a huge open area in the center of Jakarta old town surrounded by three museums, historical buildings along with many cafes and restaurants. I visited it around 4 p.m. and it is filled with huge crowds along with street artists, living statues and...More
One of the places where the Dutch history of Jakarta is best preserved. The square is a great place to sit and watch the day go by or a place to start a day of sightseeing; with museums and galleries around the square.
Despite the crowds of locals and tourist visiting this rare , historic , pedestrian area in the North of Jakarta it is in my opinion a must see, as the well renovated place and buildings show what some places the city could look like, if...More