The exclusive Menteng district of Jakarta is one of the city's earliest urban developments. Connecting the central business district and the south of Merdeka Square, Menteng was planned as a garden suburb, primarily for Dutch residents and high government officials. Inspiring relics at the Museum Nasional, The Elephant Building contains prehistoric, ethnographic and archaeological artifacts, and one of the world's largest collections of South East Asia ceramics and Hindu Javanese art. The Textile Museum and The Museum Bank Mandiri are also engaging.
Explore 30 Indonesian provinces, more than 250 cultures, and other fun recreational facilities at Taman Mini Indonesia (“Beautiful Indonesia Mini Park”). Ancol Dream Park, one of Asia’s largest theme parks, is filled with exciting activities at Fantasy World, Seaworld, and Ocean Park. The fully restored neo-Renaissance Jakarta Arts Theater offers a wide array of international and traditional art performances. After an uplifting day, unwind with exceptionally delicious international and Indonesian cuisines that burst with flavor.