Kota Tua - Jakarta, Indonesia
Kota Tua, Jakarta is an area of Dutch colonization inheritance which was well-known as Batavia in the 17th century. At Kota Tua area you can see old buildings with architecture style influenced by the Dutch or European architecture style, Chinese and even some of them with combination of Dutch and Chinese architecture.
Some of the old buildings at Kota Tua area occupied as museums by the governor of DKI Jakarta.
Kota Tua is one of a very interesting place or area to visit when you travel to Jakarta since it’s a center of historical tourism object in Jakarta.
You can visit Kota Tua Jakarta by riding personal vehicle or taxi. You can also alternatively ride Trans Jakarta Busway from the first corridor, which routed from Blok M to Kota. If you ride the Trans Jakarta Busway, you can get off at Kota Station which is where busway from the first corridor ended. Kota Station is part of Kota Tua area.
If you’re a lover of historical tourism and interested in visiting Jakarta then Kota Tua is one of the object you must visit in Jakarta.
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