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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...More
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...More
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...More
An integral part of every history-minded tourist's itinerary, this bridge is one of the few remaining examples of colonial Dutch civil engineering. It's surprisingly well maintained, presenting a striking contrast to its dilapidated surroundings. I would recommend a daytime visit, as the area seems unsafe...More
TA reviews do not seem too enthusiastic about this bridge, but I did include it on my day out after the museums had closed. It was quite nice lit up at night. Worth a visit if your nearby. Would agree with many who comment the...More
My friend and I walked from the museum section of Kota Tua to see this bridge. I want the 30 minutes of my life back that I spent walking there and back. It's not at all well kept and the creepy street we walked down...More
This is a Historical Bridge at North Part of Jakarta and this is the entrance to the Sunda Kelapa Harbour long time ago. This is a Draw Bridge which will be draw when some ship will enter the Sunda Kelapa Harbour. Location of this Bridge...More
Yes the canal is gross, yes the area is a bit sketchy, yes it's a really old colonial drawbridge, maybe the last of its kind, certainly in Southeast Asia. But it's cool, if you're into old infrastructure then a must visit. It's not that far...More