Old Town of Jakarta covers a tiny area in the capital city of Indonesia, Jakarta. The special heritage only including a 1,3 square kilometer area crossing North and West Jakarta
You should wear closed shoes to protect your feet from muck, chicken manure and just plain dirt.
You can see the puppet's show, the pantomime, the girls in vintage western costumes dancing. And you can also make some very funny pictures with live-arc performances.
After visiting time, you can come to a cafe with a nice vintage batavia's ambience which provides a very good wine and nice irish coffee, called Cafe Batavia.
Take some time to explore the side streets leading away from the square to spot more decaying colonial relics, and see local tattoo artists at work in their crude, streetside studios.
You should be careful to watch your belongings in the crowds.
If you’re keen to see more colonial buildings, rent a bicycle from Taman Fatahillah (around 20,000Rp/hr) and pedal the 1.5km to Sunda Kelapa, Jakarta’s historical port, and the original reason why the city was an international trade hub.
Sunda Kelapa Harbor has been well known since the 12th century. It was belongs to Sunda Empire with capital of Pajajaran, located at around the current Bogor
In Jakarta, a cab is easy to find. You can also ride the TransJakarta Bus (Corridor I, Blok M - Kota), and stop at Kota, the final destination. Taking a cab from there will be relatively much cheaper from your hotel.
You should bring an umbrella or raincoat, weather is unpredictable.
Don't forget to bring your camera to caught the spectacular sightseeing.
Various restaurants nearby. Fast food joints such as A&W and Dunkin' Donuts are also available. Alternatively, you can buy fresh seafood from the Fish Market and ask the cooks in restaurants in Muara Angke area to cook them to your liking.