Kampung Naga

Tour Campoeng Naga (Dragoon Village Cultural Conservation) Kampeong Naga is a traditional village and museum piece of Sudanese architectures and village life. It is home to 110 families, who preserve the old ways of life despite the crowds of tourists that pass trough here during the peak season. See more details

Merapi Volcano

Few of Southeast Asia’s volcanoes are as evocative, or as destructive, as Mountain Merapi (Fire Mountain) towering 2911m over the surrounding plains, this immense Fujiesque Pyramids looms over Yogyakarta, Borobudur and Prambanan like an invitation to the end of the world. It has erupted dozens o See more details

Bromo Volcano

Bromo Volcano is a landscape that's as evocative and resonant any in Southeast Asia, and the raw material for countless legend and as many picture post cards. Compared with Java's other major peaks, Bromo Volcano (2392m) it self is a relative midget, but this volcano's beauty is in its setting, no See more details

Ujung Kulon National Park

On the remote Southwestern tip of Java, the beauty of Ujung Kulon National Park covers about 760 sq km of land area, including the large Panaitan Island. Because of its isolation and difficult access, Ujung Kulon has remained an out post of primeval forest and untouched wilderness in heavily devel See more details

Borobudur Temple

Like Angkor Wat in Cambodia and Bagan in Myanmar, Java's Borobudur make the rest of Southeast Asia's spectacular sites seem almost incidental. Looming out of a path work of bottle-green paddies and swaying palm tops, this colossal Buddhist relic is one of the continent's marvels, surviving Mountai See more details

Prambanan Temple

The grandest and most evocative Hindu temple complex in Java features some 50 temples site. Many of these were damaged by the large earth quake that struck the region in 2006, and the main temples were off limits at the time of research, though the hope the reopen most of the site by the time you See more details

Bandung West Java

Big, burly Bandung comes like a rush of blood to the after the verdant mountains around Cibodas. Once doubled ”Paris Van Java ”today there’s little left to admire in a city centre that’s prone to Jakarta-style congestion-but if you rummage throughout the concrete sprawl, old pockets of int See more details

Baduy Tribe Cultural

The Baduy or Badui, who call themselves Kanekes, are a traditional community living in the western part of the Indonesia province of Banten, near Rangkasbitung. Their population of between 5.000 and 8.000 is centered in the Kendeng mountains at an elevation of 300-500 meters above sea level. Their See more details

Bogor Botanical Garden

Know throughout Java as Kota Hujan (City Rain) and Bogor became a home from Sir Stamford Raffles during the British Interregnum, a respite for those ma dogs and English men that preferred not to go out in the midday sun. These days, this once quiet town is practically becoming a suburb of Jakarta See more details

Tangkuban Parahu Volcano

Thirty kilometers north of Bandung. Tangkuban Parahu literally ”overturned boat” Is a huge active volcanic crater. Legend tells of a God challenged to build a huge boat during a single night. His opponent, on seeing that he would probably complete this impossible task, brought the sun up early See more details

Cijulang Green Canyon

The most incredible tourist destination to visit the Green Canyon. And it's takes around half an hour from Pangandaran Beach. See more details

Krakatoa Volcano

The Krakatau Volcanic activity recommenced in May, 1883, and continued into August, the first eruptions appearing on the northern, Perbuatan volcano. The number of active vents increased on both the northern volcanoes. On the 26th and 27th August a series of cataclysmic explosions occurred which w See more details
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Jakarta City Tour One Day

: One Day Tour
Type of accommodation : -
Type of transportation : Private Car
Start/End : Jakarta/Jakarta
Grade of difficulty : Easy

The history of Jakarta dates back at least the 14th century with the development of a small port of the Hindu Pajajaran kingdom at the mouth of the Ciliwung River. Searching for the fabled ”spice island”, the Portuguese where the first Europeans to arrive and establish a fortress on the site in the early 16th century.

History in Brief
The old port was attacked by a neighboring Sultanate under the leadership of Prince Fatahillah, was renamed Jayakarta, meaning” Total Victory”. According to some historians, this even took place on June 22,1527,a date which later was officially recognized as the birth of the city of Jakarta. The Dutch spice traders arrived in the late 16th century, and launched a trading relationship the archipelago that would greatly boost their home economies, and significantly impact the history of Indonesia. Dutch administration extended until 1945, and Indonesia’s first President, Soekarno, proclaimed Indonesian independence and Jakarta became the accepted nation’s capital.

Sunda Kelapa Harbor
The old port area of Sunda Kelapa remains today a bustling hub inter-island trade. Graceful Bugis Phinisi schooners, the world’s last wind-powered sailing fleet used for trade, still berth at the quay as they have for centuries.

Taman Fatahillah Square
Located in the historic center of colonial administration in the 18th century, this square offers three of the city’s most interesting museums. After a major restoration in 1970s,of special interest is the fountain in the center of the square.

The Puppet Museum
This museum is dedicated to puppetry, one of Indonesia’s most famous traditional art forms. On display are the Wayang Kulit shadow puppets and special mention wooden puppets and special dance masks. Wayang performances are presented on Sundays at 10 am.

National Monument
Jakarta’s best known landmark, the 17-meter National Monument Monas, is located in the center of Merdeka Freedom Square. View the city from the Observation deck or check out the dioramas in the basement that portray the dramatic story of Indonesia’s history National Museum.

The National Museum houses vast collections of prehistoric, ethnographic and archaeological artifacts, including one of the world’s largest collections of Southeast Asian ceramics and Hindu Javanese art. The Museum was opened in 1868.


*The Trip Included:
Pick up at hotel, transfer to hotel, private car with air conditioner car, gasoline, lunch, mineral water, fruits, entry permit, expert tour operator with English, French, Spanish and German speaking.

*The Trip excluded:
Option Tour, Tax, Alcohol and Tipping.

Exploring Jakarta.

*What have to bring:
Camera and Hat.

A Fascinating Journey and Experience