Jakarta Itinerary 1 Day

Best Places to Visit in Jakarta in 1 day

We are trying to help you in making the best of your 1 day in Jakarta. These are the most preferred places to visit in Jakarta in 1 day by fellow travelers and experts. Even though one day in Jakarta may not prove to be sufficient, one can still explore the highlights of Jakarta.

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A Day in Jakarta - Perfect 24 Hours Guide

As the capital of the island country of Indonesia, Jakarta is a mixed bag of many cultures like Javanese, Malay, Chinese, Arab, Indian and European. And this is evident from the city’s various architectures, languages, and cuisines. One of the most prominent entry points in the country, Jakarta receives many tourists all through the year.

If you have 24 hours in hand, we suggest you follow this itinerary to make the most of your day.

How to spend 1 day in Jakarta?

1 Day in Jakarta

Start your 24 hours in Jakarta by visiting the Jakarta History Museum. Through its many collections and artifacts, this museum focuses on the colonization that happened in Indonesia. Next, walk to the Wayang Museum. Also called the puppet museum, this is one of the top sites in the city and must not be missed. For lunch, we suggest you visit the Batavia Café. Housed inside a beautiful colonial building, this café has a very relaxing vibe around it. Continue your city exploration even after lunch by heading to the Making Batik Museum. After having spent some time here, visit Taman Mini Indonesia Indah. This miniature park offers you a unique opportunity to view the entire of Indonesia in one park. As the evening draws closer, visit the National Monument. A symbol of Indonesia’s independence, this monument is 132 meters tall and offers stunning views of the city’s skyline. Continue soaring high by dining at the Skye Bar & Restaurant. This rooftop restaurant is one of the best in the city.

Indonesia Visa:

For most of the nationalities, Indonesian tourist visa is issued on arrival. For some countries though, the visa is exempted, and the nationals of these countries can travel across Indonesia without a visa. For the non-exempt countries, a prior visa must be obtained.

Sightseeing Tours and Activities for 1-Day in Jakarta

Apart from the general sightseeing, your vacation to Jakarta can be enriched by booking tours such as

Best Hotels in Jakarta for 1 Day Trip

Below are some of the frequently included hotels by fellow travelers to their itineraries for 1 day trip to London. Check out the hotels that suit you and add them to your trip plan.

With More Days in Hand

If you have more than a day in hand, look out for travel ideas for 2 days in Jakarta or 3 days in Jakarta. You can plan to spend more time at the attractions you find interesting. Enjoy the local restaurants, nightlife, treks, other adventure activites and more. Check the list of top things to do in Jakarta.

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  • Is there bus or train connection between Jakarta, Indonesia and Salatiga Indonesia?

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    • Yes, you will find trains as well as buses traveling from Jakarta to Salatiga. 

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  • Are there any art galleries in Jakarta and if so where are they

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    • Hi Lynn. There are plenty of art galleries in Jakarta. A recommended few include National Gallery of Indonesia, Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Nusantara, and Akili Museum. To know the exact location of any of these art galleries, it is recommended you search them online. 

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