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Go during weekends or public holiday where you can feel the atmosphere and many activities take place ( not during weekday which I have came before ). Beautiful colonial house and good place for photo shoot.
This old town is surrounded by museums such as wayang museum, Jakarta museum, BI museum ect.
You can get knowledge of history by come here. But if you looking for the old building. From my preference i like the old town in semarang. Because beside...More
Kota Tua, a relic of the Dutch colonial days, is located near the Kota railway station. The large open space in the middle is a great location for selfies and photos. Visitors can try the bicycle rides (not free of course) while wearing colorful hats....More
We went with a group of friends with a guide. Spent the whole afternoon walking,eating authentic food and stopped at coffee shops. The lively Fatahillah Square surrounded by a couple of museums (Wayang museum and Historical Museum) and Batavia Cafe is the highlight of the...More
I was in Jakarta about 5 years ago; it was very dirty and there were slums everywhere. During my recent trip, I saw less rubbish and the traffic system was more organised. It was a nicer environment and ambience.
The only one that comes to mind as being less interesting is Johor Bahru. What a dump. I have never been to Monrovia, but I imagine it's on par.
The world is a huge and amazing place. Travel has never been easier. I wouldn't recommend...More
We were here two years ago and in the meantime the government did a good job. The pavement was new and there are a lot of parking places. The river is nuts cleaner now. So the old city is getting better en better. We shell...More