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The best nightclub in Asia. The lighting show is really impressive. A bit expensive but if you are into clubbing this is a must visit. Dress code is strictly enforced.
What if you were told that there is one entertainment arena in Jakarta to trump them all? Enter Colosseum; the finest entertainment arena that spans over 1,000 sqm. Colosseum starts the quest by flaunting its size. Think you have seen high ceiling before? Try 16 meters. That’s right. 1,000 square…
the best lighting system club in jakarta. international DJ events every weekend. be sure to book ahead.
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“Beautiful architecture cafe in the old town Batavia. A place to learn Jakarta history since the Netherland colonialism. ”
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“This is the land mark old batavia or “kota tua” indonesia historical place ”
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“Learn some of the history of Indonesia here - National History Museum, Hall of Independence, Observation Deck and Flame of Independence. Monas is also where thousands of people gather to celebrate Indonesian Independence Day. You can go up the observation tower to enjoy the view. You will need to purchase a ticket to go up. Ticket can be purchased onsite. It is best to go early, preferably arriving before 08.00 am, and proceed directly to the lift to the observation tower. The lift has a capacity of perhaps 160 people per hour so long queues build up quickly. The other parts of the monument, including the dioramas in the hall below the Monas, can be viewed later. Note: Please check opening hours before you go. The last time I checked, the monument and the museum are open daily from 08.00 until 16.00 Western Indonesia Time (UTC+7) throughout the week except for the Mondays when the monument is closed. Since April 2016, the monument also opens during night time, from 19.00 until 22.00 in Tuesday to Friday, and from 19.00 until 00.00 in Saturday and Sunday.”
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“Dedicated to Java’s traditional puppet wayang, this museum showcases various kinds and forms of wayang from all over the country. Tourists can learn and observe the country’s lost art that dates back more than 1,500 years. The building itself is of historic significance, built by the Dutch in 1640 as a church before being devastated by an earthquake, repurposed as a research center, then reopened as a museum.”
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