Experience the cultural melting pot that is Jakarta's Chinatown. Known as Glodok, this is the biggest Chinatown in Indonesia, rich with history and steeped in tradition. With 19th century houses, ancient temples, a bustling traditional market and famous food court, it's truly a feast for the senses!
Meet your guide and start your tour with a visit to Candra Naya, one of Jakarta's oldest Chinese houses. Built in the 19th century and owned by a well-respected family, this building which stands among high-rise buildings in the Green Central City is a fine example of Chinese architecture of Old Batavia.
Continue to the center of Jakarta's Chinatown known as Glodok. Stroll through the vibrant traditional market where you'll find everything from Chinese decorations, to fresh vegetables and local fruits, exotic foods and daily supplies for locals.
A short walk from the market, you'll also visit some ancient temples and learn how the Chinese pray. Strolling through the residential areas, you'll see how Chinese blend with the Malays and people from different ethnic groups. These cultures have assimilated beyond temples to create a charge in a Chinese house.
Proceed to the famous food court and stop at some of the best restaurants in the district. Savor the taste of delicious local delicacies and stop at an old coffee shop. You will also experience local Chinese culture and arts, like the making of traditional Chinese calligraphy, getting your future predicted (an Indonesian passion), and stopping by an ancient medicine store.
With your inner history buff satisfied and your senses awakened by the tastes and smells of Chinatown, you'll be ready to take on the rest of Jakarta. Be sure to ask your local recommendations for what else to see, eat, and do!
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Traditional Chinese Houses
See the oldest Chinese houses in Jakarta, such as the Candra Naya. Standing among the high rise buildings in the Green Central City, these 19th century traditional houses are fine examples of Chinese architecture in Old Batavia.
Glodok, the Biggest Chinatown in Indonesia
Shop at the bustling traditional market of Jakarta's Chinatown known as Glodok. Find local and Chinese products in the market such as Chinese decorations, local fruits, vegetables and a variety of exotic foods.
Fascinating Ancient Temples
Visit some of the ancient temples in the area and get to see the local Chinese settlers pray in their temples. Get a deeper insight as to how they blend in with the culture of other ethnic groups around the area such as the Malays.
Partake in a Chinese Style Lunch
Savor the refined taste of authentic Chinese cuisine for your lunch in the famous food court. Get to visit an old coffeehouse and an ancient medicine store. Experience local Chinese culture and arts, such as traditional Chinese calligraphy and fortune telling.
Check out at Seven Eleven, Novotel Hotel
Price & Options
Children 6 years old and above can participate in this activity.
No sleeveless, collarless shirts or T-shirts
No clothing that exposes a large amount of skin
You can book a maximum of 12.
Frequently Asked Questions
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