Make Kota Tua heritage trail accessible
Andreas Unterstaller and Yeni Imaniar Hamzah
Jakarta is an exciting metropolis. As a destination, it mostly attracts exhibition and conference visitors, and shoppers who revel in its countless malls. What visitors often overlook is Jakarta’s rich cultural heritage and history, which goes back beyond the Dutch colonial era.
Making more of its old town, Kota Tua, arguably its most important heritage tourism asset, will be key to chan...
- Indonesia seeks immediate return of two fishermen released by Abu Sayyaf
- ‘Sungkyunkwan Scandal’ actor Jun Tae-soo dies
- US Defense Secretary Mattis holds meeting with Retno
- BI, government team up to control inflation
- 'Angkot' drivers protest Tanah Abang street closure
- EDITORIAL: Threat to Indonesian press
- City plans to build permanent bridges in South Jakarta
- Zero down-payment housing not for all: Sandiaga
- 'Scandal,' the show that Twitter built, bows out
- Shuttlers try newly renovated Istora stadium ahead of Indonesia Masters