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Taman Sari

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Tamansari is in an area close to office and commercial areas. Tourist destinations that stick with many historical values ​​can be found in this region. Culinary options at Tamansari are also very diverse. Property developers see this as an advantage of the Tamansari area. Hayam Wuruk Apartment, one of the apartments at Tamansari, presents as an ideal residential choice for those who move around the area.

The facilities offered at Tamansari apartments certainly guarantee the comfort of its residents, from sports facilities, kids playgrounds, parking areas, and more. No less important, a 24-hour security system, to ensure residents can enjoy staying in an apartment safely and comfortably.

Tourist attraction

As a region formerly known as the center of the Dutch East Indies government in the colonial period, you can find many historical tourist attractions including the Jakarta History Museum or known as the Fatahillah Museum, the Red Shop, and the Old City Tourism.

Kota Tua tourism around Pinangsia is the most visited place by Jakarta residents. In this place, you can find historic buildings former relics of the Dutch colonial period. From here you can visit the museum which is adjacent to the Old City such as the Puppet Museum, the Fine Arts and Ceramics Museum, the Bank Mandiri Museum, and the Fatahillah Museum.

Usually, Kota Tua visitors continue their sightseeing trips by looking at the City Intan Bridge. The Dutch wooden bridge is often used as a cultural observation tour of historical value. Not only that, Kota Intan Bridge is perfect for those of you who like photography because it has a beautiful panorama especially at night.

The Jakarta History Museum or more popularly known as the Fatahillah Museum was formerly the Batavia City Hall (Stadhuis van Batavia). In this museum, you can see the Dutch colonial heritage such as wooden furniture, paintings, dioramas, and various tools.

While in the backyard of the museum, you can see replicas of inscriptions such as the Tugu Inscription, Kebon Kopi Inscription, Ciaruteun Inscription and other inscriptions found in the Jakarta area.

Another historical building that is most often visited by local tourism is the Red Shop. As the name implies, this building has a characteristic that is not difficult to recognize, namely red bricks. In addition to storing historical value, many tourist couples go to red shops to take pictures.

Satisfied with enjoying historical tourism, you can come to Glodok where the area is famous for trading centers. Many electronic stores can be found at Glodok. Besides being an electronic shopping destination, Glodok also has the Dharma Bhakti temple which is the oldest temple in Jakarta. You can also go to Nine Petak Market which sells various types of vegetables, fruits, and meat. You can also find meat and turtles in this traditional Chinese market.

Culinary tour

After a full day of sightseeing around Tamansari and its surroundings, you can also continue for a culinary tour. As a Chinatown area, you will find restaurants in several places in Tamansari. Two of the best are Angke and Kamseng Restaurants.

At Angke Restaurant, located in the Ketapang Indah Complex, Gajah Mada, you can enjoy a variety of highly recommended dishes, Kamseng. This restaurant is famous for its diverse porridge menu. Such as beef porridge, Guangzhou porridge, three-flavor porridge, crab porridge. Not only porridge menu, other menus such as fried rice, until you order noodles.

In addition to the Chinatown culinary, you can stop by the cafe that has a nuance of Jakarta in the past called Kedai Seni Djakarte. Named art shop because this cafe is very thick with nuances of art thanks to the souvenirs made by local SMEs. In this shop, you can order a typical Jakarta drink, namely Beer Pletok.


As a well-known trading area in Jakarta, public transportation in Tamansari has become an inseparable part. Various types of public transportation can be found in the Tamansari area ranging from City Transportation (Angkot), taxis, buses, TransJakarta, to application-based transportation.

If you choose to use public transportation, please pay attention to the number or direction printed on the angkot that will be used or can ask the driver or the angkot conductor. The average fare for angkot / mikrolet / city buses through Tamansari ranges from Rp.4,000-Rp.6500. Meanwhile, for the Transjakarta bus stop around Tamansari, there is a Glodok busway stop that serves the corridor I (Blok M-Kota) route.

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