JKT-1: Jakarta City Tour (4 hours)
Jakarta old and new, with visits to the National Monument – an impressive 450-feet high obelisk capped with a flame coated with 65kg of gold, and built to symbolize the nation’s independence in 1945. On to the National Museum – one of the great museums of South-East Asia, with an outstanding collection of Indonesian antiquities, Chinese bronzes, ceramics and other priceless treasures. The drive continue passes China Town to the old harbor Sunda Kelapa, where among the colorful craft of all descriptions, you may be lucky enough to spot one of the tall-mast Bugis schooners from South Sulawesi – one of the last fleet of merchant sailing vessels in the world. Also included on your tour are a visit to Jalan Surabaya Flea Market and the Batik Industry.
JKT-2: Mini Indonesia Tour (4 hours)
An absorbing visit to the 420-acre open-air permanent exhibition is reflecting the diversity of culture, architecture, art and traditions of the ethnic groups of Indonesia’s 26 provinces. The Park’s many houses and pavilions contain displays of costumes, musical instruments, local products, traditional interior furnishing and all manner of artifacts from all over the Republic. Amongst the miniature houses and islands is an orchid garden and a walk-in aviary – and you may travel around the park by horse carriages, bus, train or even cable car.
JKT-3: Botanical Garden Tour (6 hours)
A tour to the world famous Botanical Gardens at Bogor, which cover an area of 215-acre and contain over 15,000 species of native and foreign plant life, ranging from towering trees to orchids. The Gardens were founded in 1817, and designed with the help of experts from “Kew Gardens” under the leadership of Sir Stamford Raffles. The later gave his name to the world’s largest flower “Rafflesia”, which can be seen in season. Also you can see from the gardens – the site of the Presidential Palace, which was built in 1745 by the Dutch Governor General, Gustav Willem van Imhoft.
JKT-4: Puncak Pass Tour (8 hours)
This tour includes a visit to the world-famous Botanical Gardens at Bogor, before climbing to the spectacular 4,921-feet pass with its magnificent views of the many mountain and lush valleys spread out below. Also you will visit to Gunung Mas tea plantation and see the process of producing the tea. Lunch included.
JKT-5: Bandung Tour (12 hours)
A full day scenic drives between Jakarta and Bandung – the capital city of West Java province. You will enjoy a pleasant drive through mountains, rice field, tea plantation and beautiful panorama. First stop will be made at Ciater Hot Spring, where you can enjoy swimming in warm sulfur water pools, good for healing rheumatism and skin texture. On to Tangkuban Perahu volcano – where you can enjoy a breathtaking view by standing on the rim of far from active and its smoldering crater. Then proceed to Cihampelas, which offers a huge collection of Jeans and other beautiful local product. Lunch included.
JKT-6: Ancol Dreamland Tour (5 hours)
An afternoon tour to Ancol is great place for fun, located at the Jakarta Bay. This tour includes a visit to the Art Market – a pot pourer of displays and sales of actual processing art and craft from all over Indonesia - a truly paradise for souvenir hunters and art lovers. See the “Sea World” – a hi-tech modern aquarium exhibiting the special and diverse tropical marine life found throughout the Indonesian Archipelago. The main aquarium features a walk through acrylic tunnel and is a home around 5,000 marine fishes from over 300 species. Then on to the “Fantasy Land” – a theme park designed to entertain the visitors into fascinating worlds of modern science and technology. The facilities take visitors on imaginative tour of Jakarta, Africa, America and Indonesia in some breathtaking games.