24 Hours in Jakarta

Getting to know Indonesia’s capital.

For your lunch options, there are a lot of dining choices right around the area of the museums. Café Batavia is one of the colonial landmarks facing the main plaza and square. The building where Cafe Batavia is located is the second oldest building in the square after the former City Hall that houses the Jakarta History Museum.


 

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The upper floor of the restaurant features a “Grand Salon” with interiors furnished with a 1930s theme. Enjoy specialties and iconic Indonesian dishes such as Beef Rendang, Nasi Goreng, Sate, Soto, Gado-Gado and more with an amazing view to boot.

 

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