Pecinan Jakarta, menjadi salah satu Chinatown yang wajib untuk dikunjungi!
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In this tour you will visit interesting spots including:
Candra Naya which is a cultural heritage building in the Jakarta area. Candra Naya is the former residence of the Khouw van Tamboen family, especially Majoor der Chinezen Khouw Kim An, the last head of the Chinese nation in Batavia, after Major Tan Eng Goan, Tan Tjoen Tiat, Lie Tjoe Hong and Tio Tek Ho.
Petak Sembilan Traditional Market
Pasar Petak Sembilan is a traditional market selling a variety of vegetables, fruit, seafood, meat and traditional ingredients which are located along both sides of the narrow road.
Dharma Bakti Temple
Vihara Dharma Bhakti is the oldest temple in Jakarta, apart from Ancol Temple. This temple was first built in 1650 and is called Kwan Im Teng. The word Kwan Im Teng was then absorbed into Indonesian to become a temple.
St. Mary de Fatima Catholic Church
Santa Maria de Fatima Church is a Catholic Church in Jakarta. This building was built with Chinese architecture in the early 19th century. The church is located on Jl. Victory III No. 47, Kelurahan Glodok, Taman Sari, West Jakarta.
Toa Se Bio temple
Toasebio Temple is one of the old temples still standing in Jakarta. Toasebio itself is a combination of two words, namely Toase which means message and Bio is a temple. This temple that was built in 1755 worships the god Qing Yuan Zhen Jun (Tjeng Gwan Tjeng Kun)
Gloria Narrow Street
Gloria Alley (Gloria Narrow Street) is a small alley known for a variety of delicious food such as Hainam Rice, Fruits, Vegetables, Meatballs and others.