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Jan K wrote a review Mar 2019
Prague, Czech Republic489 contributions72 helpful votes
You can have a look at this nice old bridge but that is all you can do here. Nothing really extraordinary.
Date of experience: March 2019
TrixieAblan wrote a review Jan 2019
Ilocos Region, Philippines185 contributions14 helpful votes
Kota Intan Bridge is a typical Dutch wooden bridge that still exist in the present day. The only remaining colonial drawbridge in Indonesia, Kota Intan was built by the Dutch in 1630. It looks similar to bridges built in Amsterdam. Nearby one can wonder along the Kalibesar Canal bank where it was the prosperous vein heart of the city until the turning of 20th century. The Kota Intan bridge is not used anymore but it was well renovated and it can be a stop on your way from Taman Fatahillah to Sunda Kelapa.…
Date of experience: December 2018
elzowczyna wrote a review Aug 2018
586 contributions48 helpful votes
If you're nearby I would recommend to stop by and take a look at this interesting bridge. However, don't drive across town just to see it.
Date of experience: July 2018
YSchreut wrote a review Oct 2017
32 contributions8 helpful votes
If you're in the old town already and want the full experience you have to go to the bridge or if you're Dutch. Unfortunately it's now closed off and badly maintained, so you can only get a good view from the bridge right next to it.
Date of experience: October 2017
Tony T wrote a review Dec 2016
Jakarta, Indonesia175 contributions88 helpful votes
Built by the VOC in 1628, the wooden draw bridge is remarkably in good condition. Goodness knows why its called "Kota Intan Bridge" ( Diamond City Bridge) as Jakarta is far from being a Diamond City . The DKI government should preserve this bridge. The younger generation should visit the bridge. A popular place visited by elderly tourists from Holland.…
Date of experience: December 2016