NOW! Jakarta appreciates the time and effort from the city’s government to draw up the masterplan for Jakarta’s tourism destinations and we are looking ahead to a brighter future for Jakarta and its 216 tourism destinations.
It’s only two weeks away before the most anticipated Djakarta Warehouse Project (DWP) 2019, which will be taking place from 13 to 15 December at JIEXPO Kemayoran, Jakarta.
This year, Jakarta and Berlin commemorate its 25 years partnership with JAKBERFEST, a festival that is available for Jakarta public on 30 November 2019.
Jakarta Birdwatcher Society (JBS) provides access for people who are interested to take part in its program, Jakarta Bird Walk, a bird watching activity in the Jakarta’s green open spaces.
Since its official start of operation in March, the Jakarta Metro Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) has significantly contributed to local businesses around the stations.
Founded in 1970, IHS is a vibrant community of expats and Indonesians with a keen interest in art, culture, history and passion for all things Indonesian.
Jakarta is a massive city with so many interesting places to go. NOW! Jakarta lists down the many transportation modes that can help you explore the capital.
City government and community organisations have prepared a variety of events and activities that offers number of attractions, bazaar and entertainment.
Looking for a place to kick back on the weekend? Theme parks in Jakarta such as Taman Mini Indonesia Indah (TMII), Taman Impian Jaya Ancol, Taman Safari Indonesia, Taman Budaya Sentul City, and Jugnle Land Adventure Theme Park will always be a good choice!
A cemetery in Jakarta honours victims and serves as a space for future generations to learn lessons from the past.
Glodok is rustic and classic, an old Chinese neighborhood that always invites people to comeback to see history and culture that has been a part of the Batavia since 15th century.