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Old Town Jakarta - Jakarta, Jakarta, Indonesia
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Cheapest month:January
Most expensive month:January
Average price in Old Town Jakarta:₹ 4,468/night
Cheapest price found:₹ 4,468/night
Cheapest day:Wednesday
Most expensive day:Wednesday
₹ 4,468 - ₹ 4,468
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
₹ 4,468 - ₹ 4,468
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

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Grand Asia Hotel
Grand Asia Hotel
7.3 Good
Jl. Bandengan Selatan No.88, Jakarta, Indonesia
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6.0 km from city centre,  

Grand Asia Hotel provides a comfortable setting when in Jakarta. It offers 3-star accommodation with air-conditioned rooms.

₹ 1,859
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Holiday Inn Express Jakarta Pluit Citygate
Holiday Inn Express Jakarta Pluit Citygate
7.5 Good
Emporium Pluit Mall 10th Floor, Jakarta, Indonesia
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7.1 km from city centre,  

Holiday Inn Express Jakarta Pluit Citygate provides a comfortable setting while in Jakarta. Guests also have access to free Wi-Fi and on-site parking.

₹ 3,330
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Hotel prices near Old Town Jakarta

3 stars
Holiday Inn Express Jakarta Pluit Citygate
No. 1 most popular

Holiday Inn Express Jakarta Pluit Citygate

Emporium Pluit Mall 10th Floor, Jakarta, Indonesia

7.5 Good
₹ 3,330

Avg. per night

Grand Asia Hotel
No. 2 most popular

Grand Asia Hotel

Jl. Bandengan Selatan No.88, Jakarta, Indonesia

7.3 Good
₹ 1,859

Avg. per night

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About Old Town Jakarta

Colloquially known as Kota, Old Town Jakarta offers visitors a fascinating glimpse at Indonesia’s Dutch colonial past. While the capital is rapidly emerging as a global business hub, Old Town Jakarta has retained its charm. It shines brighter than ever in the beautifully preserved Kota Intan wooden drawbridge, a 17th century marvel that stretches over the Kali Besar canal.

In the 1600s, Kota flourished as the HQ of the Dutch East India Company. While its colonial heritage isn’t quite as well-preserved as other outposts in Southeast Asia like Penang and Singapore, Fatahillah Square is still peppered with charming wooden-shuttered buildings. Its European style streets are lively and colourful, lined with leafy trees and street stall vendors serving up local delicacies. For foodies, Old Town Jakarta is a paradise of flavour. Every year it hosts its annual food festival, held in Fatahillah Square.

Old Town Jakarta is the city’s original downtown area. It covers a pint-sized 1.3 square kilometre footprint and is easy to navigate by foot. Today, it’s located to the north of the city centre, just a stone’s throw from the ocean. Most visitors arrive by public bus, taxi or bajaj.

While Jakarta is largely defined by its colonial roots, its history runs much deeper than European settlers. In the 4th century, Jakarta was ruled by the Sundanese kingdom of Tarumanagara, one Indonesia’s oldest Hindu realms. Its legacy lives on to this day, with a handful of museums and historical sites celebrating Indonesia’s rich native culture.

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Colloquially known as Kota, Old Town Jakarta offers visitors a fascinating glimpse at Indonesia’s Dutch colonial past. While the capital is rapidly emerging as a global business hub, Old Town Jakarta has retained its charm. It shines brighter than ever in the beautifully preserved Kota Intan wooden drawbridge, a 17th century marvel that stretches over the Kali Besar canal.

In the 1600s, Kota flourished as the HQ of the Dutch East India Company. While its colonial heritage isn’t quite as well-preserved as other outposts in Southeast Asia like Penang and Singapore, Fatahillah Square is still peppered with charming wooden-shuttered buildings. Its European style streets are lively and colourful, lined with leafy trees and street stall vendors serving up local delicacies. For foodies, Old Town Jakarta is a paradise of flavour. Every year it hosts its annual food festival, held in Fatahillah Square.

Old Town Jakarta is the city’s original downtown area. It covers a pint-sized 1.3 square kilometre footprint and is easy to navigate by foot. Today, it’s located to the north of the city centre, just a stone’s throw from the ocean. Most visitors arrive by public bus, taxi or bajaj.

While Jakarta is largely defined by its colonial roots, its history runs much deeper than European settlers. In the 4th century, Jakarta was ruled by the Sundanese kingdom of Tarumanagara, one Indonesia’s oldest Hindu realms. Its legacy lives on to this day, with a handful of museums and historical sites celebrating Indonesia’s rich native culture.

  • What are the best hotels near Old Town Jakarta?

    Old Town Jakarta is home to many highly-rated hotels, one of which is favehotel Pluit Junction, which has a current rating of 7.6. For other potential stays, consider Holiday Inn Express Jakarta Pluit Citygate and Nite & Day Jakarta Bandengan, which can also be great places to stay near Old Town Jakarta.