Jakarta Kota Tua

Jakarta old town 
The cobblestoned streets of Jakarta’s old town have become a location of choice for the city’s creative entrepreneurs. One by one the dilapidated merchant mansions and old warehouses around Fatahillah Square and the Kali Besar canal are being renovated. One-of-a kind boutiques, galleries and café’s now complement the city’s best museums and bustling open square. Kota Tua is no longer a distant memory of a rich past but a new exciting chapter in the history of one of the world’s most important trading hubs.

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Wonderloft Hostel
New boutique hostel in old building
6-8 Jl. Bank, Jakarta
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Alila Hotel
Stylish hotel with abstract-minimalist interior
Jl. Pecenongan Kav 7-17, North Jakarta
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The Packer Lodge
Boutique backpacker in Chinatown
Jl Kemurnian IV No. 20-22, Glodok, Jakarta
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Teduh Hostel
Hip hostel next to Jakarta Kota Station
Jl. Gang. Asem No.82, Tamansari, Jakarta
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De Rivier Hotel
Old Batavia heritage hotel along the grand canal
Jalan Kali Besar Barat 44-46, Jakarta
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Kosenda Hotel
Fun and funky design hotel with chic rooftop bar
No.127, Jl. Wahid Hasyim, Central Jakarta
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