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Gambir – najzanimljivije aktivnosti

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Spomenik / znamenitost
“The National Monument (Indonesian: Monumen Nasional, abbreviated Monas) is a 132 m (433 ft) tower in the centre of Merdeka Square, Central Jakarta, symbolizing the fight for Indonesia. It is the national monument of the Republic of Indonesia, built to commemorate the struggle for Indonesian independence. Nice place for jogging, workout, hangout with family and friends”
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“You cannot visit Jakarta and not visit the National Museum. Dating from 1862, it’s one of the best in the region with incredible ancient statues, Dayak puppets and a wealth of textiles. A new wing documents the origin of humankind in Indonesia over four floors and don’t miss the treasures of Central Java: a quite staggering collection of gold jewelry and trinkets. English language tours are free and run on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10:30 & 13:30 and are highly recommended if your Indonesian is a tad rusty.”
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Bus Station
“The branch mark tower of Jakarta, go in the morning or late afternoon to avoid long line up. On the top, you can see The city of Jakarta.”
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“The only baroque Catholic church in Indonesia, built in 19th century. The location is in front of Istiqlal mosque.”
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“One o biggest mosque in Asia. Beautiful building inside where you can learn Moslem Culture.”
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“The great mosque in Asian. Built with minimalist style. You can go around the mosque. Respect the rules such as wearing a proper clothes (no T shirt or short pans) and you can hire tourist guide from the employee of the mosque.”
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Bus Station
“Cheekily known as “Sukarno’s last erection”, this 132 m-high National Monument is simultaneously Jakarta’s principal landmark and the most famous architectural extravagance of the former president. Though work started in 1961, Monas was not completed until 1975. Constructed from Italian marble, it is topped with a sculpted flame, covered in some 35 kg of gold leaf.”
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Government Building
“The President Palace of Republic of Indonesia. Next to National Museum and many historical building. The place where the President of Republic of Indonesia do his daily activity.”
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umjetnička galerija
“Close to Monas and the National Museum, the National Gallery (known locally as GalNas) showcases the best of Indonesia's artists”
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“Hahaha I am not sure if it is a restaurant, but it is a sreet food stall famous Nasi Goreng Kambing a.k.a Lamb Fried Rice. Yeah you order them by the side street from inside the car, you can either eat them inside your car or by the street side. They do provide plastic chairs for you to eat. A lifetime experience, but please again for foreigners, I need you to be in Jakarta for a few days first, let your tummy adapt with our food hygenic issue. Well sometimes, your tummy is too spoiled with a super hygenic food back in your country hahaha. But again, other than that matter, this is one of a kind one to try. Cheers”
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Azijski restoran
“Specializes in Peranakan/Babah cuisine. All furniture and decoration come from the private collection of the owner. Enjoy the atmosphere, forget the food. ”
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Point of Interest
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Trgovina raznovrsnom robom
“A strip of street oozing with charm :) Highlights: Antara photojournalism gallery, hidden little restaurants, second-hand clothes.”
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“Best Indonesian Food (Order: Gurame goreng, Tahu Isi, Sayur Asam, Prawns, and Coconuts!)”
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“This is the legendary ice cream parlour where people lining up for an ice cream that has been in Jakarta for almost 70 years. The cafe is serving a variety of creative desserts in a cozy space with a retro vibe and you can see the photos of the Ragusa Family all over the place dating back to its opening.”
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“This one-stop shop, also known as Jakarta’s ‘Little India,’ is a place where you can find a huge selection of affordable-yet-quality textile and fabric as well as antiques, art paintings, clothes, footwear, bags, watches, musical instruments and Indian spices to name a few. There are electronic repair shops, stalls selling refreshments, and a number of small restaurants to satisfy. It may be a narrow shopping street, but Pasar Baru is jam-packed with items that you will find worth bargaining for.”
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