Jakarta Chinatown Walking Tour

You will visit Candra Naya Building, Petak Sembilan Traditional Market, Dharma Bakti Temple, St. Maria de Fatima Catholic Church, Toa Se Bio Temple, and Gloria Narrow Street.

Meeting Point :

  • Seven Eleven in Novotel Hotel on Gajah Mada Street

Includes :

  • Guide (licensed and legal)
  • Donation to all temples
  • A bottle of mineral water

Excludes :

  • Lunch
  • Personal Expenses

Itinerary :

  1. Candra Naya building
    An old Chinese house in the middle of modern buildings built in 19th century. One of the biggest old Chinese houses still stands.
  2. Petak Sembilan Traditional Market
    Walk on a narrow street of Petak Sembilan and find interesting things sold here. From exotic foods, fruits, to unique Chinese decorations.
  3. Dharma Bakti temple
    It’s one of the oldest and biggest temples in Jakarta.
  4. St. Maria de Fatima Catholic Church.
    A catholic church housed in one of chinese houses. Come inside to witness how culturally mixed the church is. 
  5. Toa Se Bio temple. 
    The messenger temple with so many altars inside the temple. Each altar is dedicated to particular God. 
  6. Gloria Narrow Street. 
    It’s a traditional-food street. You will find so many exotic foods. Try some if you dare.  
Duration : 1 Day
Availability : Daily
Minimum : 1
Maximum : 15

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Per Person
IDR 265.000

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Monday – Friday, 9am - 5pm

Candra Naya, Tambora, Jakarta, Indonesia

About Jakarta Chinatown Walking Tour

Jakarta’s Chinatown is claimed to be one of the biggest Chinatowns in the world. Walk and take a close look at how the people live and blend in with other races. Feel the dynamical balance of trading and spiritual activities. Oh, this is a walking tour so we’ll explore everything on foot!

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102 Reviews from TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Larasati M (Jakarta, Indonesia)
Reviewed 10 Oct 2017

"Fun, insightful and a healthier option for sightseeing!"

The Old Town tour on a Sunday morning is a must-go. It's a much more pleasant walk when there's no traffic (thus why Sunday is best) and each points of interest has interesting story. The walk can...

Visited Sep 2017

StephieML82 (Malaysia)
Reviewed 21 Aug 2017

"Great walking tour in Jakarta City!"

I wasn't sure what to do when I arrived in Jakarta so when I found Jakarta Good Guides I immediately booked a slot. I did three tours, Chinatown, Old Town (night) and Menteng. The stories were...

Visited Aug 2017

Ignatius P (Jakarta, Indonesia)
Reviewed 19 Aug 2017

"Amazing history of chinatown"

You will meet cool places and street-foods! Great informations from the tour guide! Love this community as a part of conserving the history of Batavia! Keep it up!

Visited Aug 2017

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