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Indonesia's cultural, economic, and political centre, Jakarta is a pulsating city of intense extremes. With the highest population of any city in Southeast Asia, Jakarta's heavy traffic, never-ending concrete and stifling pollution, are balanced by its vibrant nightlife, eclectic shopping, and warm-hearted locals.
Getting around in Jakarta can be a little intimidating at first, but the city has an extensive bus network, with dozens of different companies running a maze of routes throughout the city. Many visitors skip this complex bus network, and travel by taxi instead. Renting a car is also a surprisingly affordable option.
Towering 137 meters over Merdeka Square in Central Jakarta, the National Monument, or Monas, is difficult to miss. Built in remembrance of Indonesia's fight against colonial rule, this famous attraction offers an observation deck at the top, and a museum of Indonesian history at its base. Other popular attractions include the white-marble Istiqlal Mosque, the largest mosque in Southeast Asia, as well as the extensive archeological, historical, ethnological, and geographical collections at the National Museum. The old city, Kota, is the place to go to get a sense of Jakarta's fascinating history, with colonial-era historical buildings and architecture. Not far from Kota is Sunda Kelapa, where you'll see old wooden schooners resting along the wharf.
Well-known for its amazing street food, each neighbourhood in this massive city offers its own unique array of specialities. In addition to traditional Indonesia foods, you'll also find fantastic Chinese and Japanese cuisine, as well as a range of other excellent international foods. Jakarta is home to one of Asia's best nightlife scenes, with venues ranging from upscale lounges to the cheap backpacker and expat hangouts in Jalan Jaksa.
Jakarta offers a similarly large spectrum of shopping venues, with everything from chic shopping centers, to more traditional markets. Check out Jalan Surabaya, a popular open-air antique market, where you'll find a mixture of Balinese, Javanese and Dutch colonial crafts, antiques and souvenirs. Or head to the famous Senayan area, which is home to several different malls, some of which are mid-range in price and others which are more luxurious.
Country travel information is available at our Indonesia Holidays guide.