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Whether you want to explore nature or culture, there are many day trips from Jakarta to choose from. You can visit historical sites, sample Indonesian food, and even take a tour around the country. There are also several multi-day tours that include all the necessary facilities, such as air-conditioned transportation and proper accommodation.
The city is a major tourist destination and people from all over the world converge here. You will find a mixture of modern skyscrapers and mosques that contrast with the old world charm of the Dutch colonial buildings. For those who are more interested in shopping, you will find a wide array of boutiques and shops. You can visit the Museum Nasional for an insight into the history of the country.
The city is full of exciting nightlife and you can go shopping in some of the most vibrant areas in the city. You can also go for a gondola ride in Pasar Baru, a popular spot for tourists. You can even try some of the local cuisine, like the Cuanki dish, which consists of tofu and meatballs.
The best way to get around Jakarta is by rental car. You can rent a car from any of the many local agencies or hire your own driver to take you to some of the most popular landmarks. Depending on the length of your trip, you can take a route that takes you from the southern part of the city to the northern part. You can also hire a private taxi to get you from point A to point B in a more economical way. This service includes pick-up and drop-off, fuel, and toll fee. The drivers are licensed and reliable.
If you are interested in exploring nature, there are several day trips from Jakarta that will allow you to enjoy the countryside. Some of the attractions to see in the area are the Indonesia Miniature Park and Gunung Gede Pangrango. The latter is a great place for picnics. It has two peaks, which are perfect for hiking. It is also home to a variety of flora and fauna.
You can also visit the Thousand Island, which is actually made up of 342 islands. The most popular island is Pulau Harapan, which is known for its snorkeling spots. Another place to see is Pulau Kelapa Dua, where you can find eagles and a turtle sanctuary. You can also visit the Tangkuban Perahu volcano, which is an active volcano.
If you are into music, you can visit the Djakarta Warehouse Project in December or the Hammersonic festival in June. The city has several music festivals that attract youth fans. You can also check out the International Java Jazz Festival. You can also try the traditional foods of Chinatown. You can also stay in a cheap hotel in Lingkar Kuningan, which has rooms that offer stunning views of the surrounding area. You can also stay in a hostel in Kemang, which is the district where most of the backpackers are located.