Private Full Day Tour Of Jakarta With Hotel Pickup

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Key Details

  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Hotel pickup Available
  • Duration: 8 Hrs
  • Language:
  • Departure Time :
    09:00 AM
  • Departure Details :
    Traveler pickup is offered
  • Return Details :
    Tour ends with drop-off at your hotel
  • Cancellation Policy :
    This activity is non-refundable Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.


This private full day tour of Jakarta will start with pickup in an air-conditioned vehicle from your hotel in the city. Your English-speaking professional guide will take you and your group to important spots like the National Museum, the Grand Mosque, and the Proclamation Monument. The tour will last 8 hours and end with drop off at your hotel.


All entrance fees included

Informative, friendly and professional guide

Free hotel pickup and drop-off included

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Our tour guide will pick up you around 8:00 am from your hotel centrally located Jakarta. Head to first stop National Museum, The National Museum established in 1778 by Dutch, it was the first and the biggest museum in Southeast Asia in its time, was the reference of all museum lovers. Museum National owns collections of more than 140.000 artifacts. The Collections are, among all, ancient statues, inscriptions, categorized into ethnography, bronze, prehistoric, china, textile, numismatic, historical relic, and precious artifact.

After then move on to National Monument, The landmark of Jakarta, also as a symbol of Jakarta. Standing 132-meters in height. Topped by a glittering flame symbolizes the nations independence. The flame is gilded with 50 kg of gold leaf. The basement of the monument houses an exhibit of 48 dioramas depicting the history Indonesia from Prehistoric times to the present.

Next visit is The Catholic Cathedral Church & Istiqlal mosque Facing the Catholic Cathedral is Jakarta's principal place of Muslim worship, the modernistic Mesjid Istiqlal, which was constructed under Soekarno and is reputedly the largest mosque in Southeast Asia and the Cathedral church was built in 1891.

Continue your day tour to Jakarta Monument Proclamationmonument in Jalan Proklamasi, Central Jakarta. The monument was constructed on the site of Indonesian Proclamation (declaration) of Independence in 17 August 1945. The monument featuring the statue of Indonesian first president Soekarno reading the Indonesian Proclamation of Independence with vice president Mohammad Hatta.

After then you will visit Art & Antique Markets. Find the very friendly atmosphere here, the artist will gladly unveil the meaning behind their works of paintings, wooden carvings, and other art work. Traditional and contemporary art performances at the open area are show regularly.

Lastly, you will visit Batik Shop. Stop and visit to one of the Batik shop in Jakarta to find the Indonesia fine selection and interesting permanent exhibition of Batik, traditional cloth from Indonesia, in classic and modern designs.

After finish mentioned visit our friendly guide will drop off you to your hotel safely.


Round Transportation by a Private Air Conditioned Vehicle

Professional English speaking Tour Guide

Mineral Water

Government Taxs and Service Charge.

Hotel pickup and drop-off

Entry/Admission - National Museum


Food and Drinks

Own expenses

Any other things not mentioned in the itinerary

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Not wheelchair accessible

Children must be accompanied by an adult

Near public transportation

Most travelers can participate

This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate

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  • 12-May-2022

    Our tour guide was Tony and his driver Ricardo. Tony was very knowledgeable, courteous, accommodating and helpful. The National Museum and the Old City ( Batavia) Cultural Tour were the highlights of our city tour. The National monument was being renovated and the area for picture taking was closed the public. Tony was familiar with the layout of the city and showed and narrated the significance of the various landmarks as we go by it. I asked Tony to take us to a good money exchange place and a nice restaurant to try the authentic Indonesian cuisine. I can’t thank Tony enough for helping us get our PCR 48 hour test for our flight back to Kuala Lumpur tomorrow. He took us to a drive through Covid testing clinic. We got our negative results this morning. We had had our test at around 2:00 PM yesterday. All in all the tour was great and the service was even better.

  • 12-Jan-2020

    Do get your visit arrangement done via this medium. I did not do this, thinking that I will save money, but it turned out otherwise. The taxi driver that I contracted for the day event was on drug and he was driving dangerously. We got to one of the destination, decided to let him go... and paid him full contracted amount.

  • 06-Sep-2019

    Tony and our excellent driver Ogy ensured we had a fun and exciting day! The highlights for us were the Javanese puppet maker, in the square where we met some great high school kids who interviewed us to bush up on their English. Amiable atmosphere.

  • 01-Jul-2019

    Our guide was very good and knowledgeable. Our driver was also very funny and they seemed to work very well together. It would have been nice to go into the Monas (Monumen Nasional) but it wasn’t part of the tour. It was nice that entry was included for the museum, mosque, and puppet place, and we were treated with a nice lunch. This was your standard tour where you stop at one place, look around, and ride to the next area, Not as interactive as a nature tour or volcano exploration but if you like sticking to the city and having a general layout of Jakarta, this could be a decent tour for you.

  • 14-Nov-2018

    Our very knowledgeable guide Ferdy and excellent driver Ogy ensured we had a fun and interesting day! Thankyou! :) The highlights for us were the Javanese puppets and puppet maker, the museums and the square. Great lunch too!

  • 23-Jun-2018

    I want to start this by saying that the guide, a chap calling himself Toni, was great. This review is not about him, more the overall thing of it. So the day started on the wrong foot when I woke up to an email telling me the tour was cancelled. Apparently, security somewhere along the line thought I was a hacker. ME? I can hardly get into my own accounts, nevermind anyone else's. This was followed by a text message not long after from Toni telling me he was downstairs waiting for me. Long story short, Toni agreed to carry on as if all was okay, and I would pay him cash once he got confirmation from the office that the booking had been cancelled. Which I did at the end of the day. So the tour. If you like looking at monuments, centres of religious dogma or trolling around overpriced markets and whitewashed tourist traps, this is the tour for you. Sadly, not me. Granted the description does mention where you will be taken, but it's only when you get there that the full blandness hits you. The old town, for example, should be taken to court for fraud. There's very little there that looks or feels old. The only really interesting place was the harbour with it's very dubious looking ships. But by that time I was too shagged to really take it in. The guide and his driver, both top class. Toni knows a frightening amount about Jakarta and the history of his country. He speaks good English, and has a very easy manner to him. My advice to this tour company. Try to be more flexible in where you take people. Not everyone wants to see the same places as the rest of the population.

  • 20-Jun-2018

    Punctual and courteous guide. Tour included visit to the original immigration point of entry controlled by the Dutch when they colonised Indonesia. The natural canal system of Jakarta made the colonisers feel at home and they used the canal system for development. Settlements sprouted along the canals, markets and even cemeteries when bodies were transported along the canal to the burial site. The cemetery has enchanting tombstones of 17th century mainly Dutch soldiers and children dying of malaria from mosquitoes in the canals. Many of those canals still exist as the drainage system around modern high risers! The museum artefacts are intriguing and well preserved, the walk thru Chinatown was interesting though somewhat tiring. Merdeka monument, presidents palace,and the sampling of local food provided a rich experience. Guides kept us interested all the while.

  • 31-Jan-2018

    Good tour.

  • 28-Dec-2017

    Amazing history and tour!

  • 12-Aug-2017

    Was a great day seeing some of the key sights of Jakarta. Because of the traffic it is only possible to see a limited amount, but what we did see was great. I had my own personal guide who was very knowledgeable and a driver who handled the traffic in Jakarta extremely well, It was really hot so the guide did not rush the visits. Overall it was a worthwhile experience - I couldn't have seen what I did unless I had undertaken this tour.

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