Discover things to do in central Jakarta
Discover central Jakarta sights the most of prominent wedge from Indonesian capital, from shopping to exploring the nation heritage. Our hotel area features Jakarta Iconic Landmark, the historic site, shopping center and home to the Presidential Palace including Government buildings.
Pasar Baru Shopping Center
Pasar Baru shopping center is one of shopping destination with blending contemporary trades, located on the door step of prominent Marc Hotel. Two minutes walkthrough neighborhood will take you to this stories retail space for shopping, dining, and entertainment.
WALKING | 2 MINUTES | 0.1 KM
Mangga Dua Square
Another famous shopping destination, just 10 minutes ride by taxi from Marc Hotel. Mangga Dua shopping center provide one stop shopping, one of the biggest shopping center including the food center and entertainment.
TAXI | 10 MINUTES | 3.6 KM
Jakarta Art Building
Jakarta Arts Building is an old historical heritage of the Dutch government that still stands firmly in Jakarta. This building has a neo-renaissance building built in 1821 in Weltevreden, then known as the Schouwburg Weltevreden Theater, also called the Comedy Building. This building is a place where artists from all over the archipelago exhibit their art, such as drama, theater, film, literature, and so on. The Jakarta Arts Building is located on Jl. Art Building 1, Central Jakarta
TAXI | 5 MINUTES | 1.8 KM
The monument and the museum are located in central Jakarta, as an icon of the city. the National Monument, is a 433ft (132m) tower in the center of Merdeka Square (Lapangan Merdeka) in Central Jakarta. It is symbolizing the fight for Indonesia. Monas is the official monument of the Republic of Indonesia, built to commemorate the struggle for Indonesian independence. The construction of Monas began in 1961 under the direction of President Soekarno, and it was opened to the public in 1975.
TAXI | 10 MINUTES | 2.8 KM
Istiqlal is the largest mosque in Indonesia, and also claimed to be the largest in Southeast Asia. The Istiqlal Mosque stands out with its 45m diameter dome and tall minarets. Standing almost right across the old Catholic Church at the corner of Jalan Lapangan Banteng, the Istiqlal mosque was designed in 1954 by Frederich Silaban, a Christian architect from North Sumatra. The idea for the need of a national mosque was inspired by Muslim leader KH Wahid Hashim and executed by Cokro Aminoto, then minister for religious affairs. Istiqlal meaning ‘Independence’, is a reminder of Indonesia’s struggle for national Independence.
WALKING | 10 MINUTES | 1.4 KM
National Gallery of Indonesia
The Indonesia National Gallery is conveniently located right next to another of Jakarta’s iconic landmarks, the National Monument or Monas. Indonesia National Gallery collects, acquires and exhibits artworks such as: paintings, sketches, graphics, sculptures, ceramics, photography, crafts, and installation art. Activities at the National Gallery of Indonesia are exhibitions (permanent, temporary, travel), preservation, (conservation, restoration, documentation), seminars, festivals, competitions, etc., which are related to efforts to increase understanding, skills and appreciation, of visual arts.
TAXI | 10 MINUTES | 2.5 KM
Dunia Fantasi (Ancol)
Dufan or Dunia Fantasi is one big complex with the beach, This is the biggest amusement park in Indonesia. Playing around for a full day in Dufan is like a short getaway from the busyness of Jakarta. spending one day with a bunch of friends or family in Dufan is definitely going to be a super fun day!
TAXI | 10 MINUTES | 2.5 KM