7 Must Try Walking Tours in Jakarta


1. The Jakarta Food Tour

Join the Jakarta Walking Food Tour every weekend : Kota Tua / Old Town (Saturday) and China Town/ Glodok (Sunday) only for 8 usd / Rp 100.000 per pax (excluding foods). To book for a Private / Group Food Tours with customized schedule with many more routes options (China Town, Old Town Batavia, Little India, Little Arab, City Center, Port of Kalapa, New Batavia, Fisherman Village).

More details and Full itinerary please visit www.foodtourjakarta.com , RSVP / Booking +62812 9822 9129 (call/ whatsap) , email [email protected]

2. Heritage Walking Tour by SE Asia Heritage (SEAH) Tourism

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Collaborating with Southeast Asia Tourist Guide Association (SEATGA) and BeTourist Community, the Southeast Asia Heritage (SEAH) Tourism launched a Heritage Walking Tour at Jakarta’s Kota Tua (Old Town).  This tour’s purpose is to help locals and tourists to connect the stories of Jakarta as they discover the sights, tastes, smells, sound and exchange local knowledge and inspire others to be active movers in tourism.

www.southeastasiaheritage.com

3. The Jakarta Good Guide

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A pay as you wish walking tour with 5 route option: the Jakarta City center, which includes most important buildings in the modern Jakarta, like the National Monument, the presidential palace, the Istiqlal Mosque; the Jakarta Chinatown which includes walks to Glodok’s Petak 9 traditional market, temples, old Chinese house; Menteng area that covers some famous historical sites such as Declaration of Independence Building, Kuntskring Art Gallery, Suropati Park; and lastly the Pasar Baru walk.

To join, contact Jakarta Good Guide at
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 08567669954
Website: jakartagoodguide.wordpress.com

4. Komunitas Historia Indonesia

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The Indonesian History Community is a fast-growing community of people who are passionate about Indonesia’s rich history and culture and hold the occasional walking tours around Jakarta’s old town. Usually done on Sundays, the tour will cover walks to the museums and buildings in the area, guided by an experienced tour guide that will provide insightful and not-so-common facts and tidbits about the buildings and history that might even make some Jakartans tilt their heads.Although most tours are in Bahasa Indonesia, ask directly for special tours in English.

Fee: Rp. 200,000/person (includes Pin, Handout, Tour Guide, Ticket.
Website: www.komunitashistoria.com/agenda



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