The National Monument (also known as Monas, short for Monumen Nasional) is the city’s iconic landmark, symbolising Indonesia’s fight for independence. A 132-metre tower topped with a gold-coated flame rises from a square base housing the National History Museum. Monas, which opened to the public in 1975, houses Indonesia’s Proclamation of Independence text and dozens of dioramas of important scenes from the country’s history. Don’t leave without catching an elevator to the observation deck at the top of the monument to see the Jakarta skyline.
- Skyrink Skating
One of the largest ice skating rinks in Southeast Asia (1,248m2) and one of the most beautiful in Asia, is no doubt the right choice for you and your family for recreation in an environment that is fun and wholesomely healthy.
- Taman Impian Jaya Ancol
Ancol Dreamland or Taman Impian Jaya Ancol, is Jakarta’s largest and complete multi-themes park. A vast beach resort in the North of Jakarta facing the Java Sea, Ancol Dreamland covers
a wide 80 hectares swathe of shoreline. This is an integrated park that offers everything from beach and water sports to fun rides, swimming pools to Eco-Park and spectacular shows where international stars perform.
- Ragunan Zoo
Located at Pasar Minggu in South Jakarta, the Ragunan Zoo is a favorite attraction for the entire family especially during weekends and school holidays. Covering an area of 140 hectares, the Ragunan Zoo has a collection of 295 species of animals, including Indonesia’s own famous Komodo dragons.