With the large influx of peoples from across Indonesia since Independence, the indigenous Betawi have retreated to outlying areas, mostly to West and South Jakarta.
A Special Betawi Cultural Village covering 289 hectares has been set aside at Setu Babakan, where visitors can see and stroll through the village that has retained its original Betawi architecture and layout. Regular cultural performances are shown every Sunday from 2 pm to 4 pm, or dance training sessions of Betawi dances that include Sirih Kuning, Lenggang Nyai and others held each Sunday, Friday and Wednesdays.
Every July a special Betawi Cultural Festival is held here that include wedding ceremonies, circumcision ceremonies, seven-months’ pregnancy rites, and more.
Visitors can also go fishing while enjoying the local cuisine and desserts at the various stalls and restaurants.
- Oct 30 2013 to Nov 2 2013
The 3rd DESAIN.ID
The exhibition which feature product related to design industry.
304 day(s) ago
- Dec 29 2013
2013 BETAWI DANCE COMPETITION
Welcoming end year season, Jakarta Tourism and Culture Office (JTCO) held an activity related to Betawi art and cultural performance.
244 day(s) ago
- Dec 31 2013
Jakarta Night Festival 2014
DKI Jakarta Tourism & Cultural Office will hold JNF (Jakarta Night Festival) to celebrate 2014 New Year Eve. The celebration will be illuminated with fireworks festival and will be attended by Governor of Jakarta.
242 day(s) ago