One of the most visited attractions of the city is Taman Mini Park. It is a huge open-air museum with an area of more than 100 hectares. The territory of this huge park is divided into 14 thematic zones, each of which is dedicated to the culture of a certain region of Indonesia. In the park, replicas of houses of locals are built. In each of these buildings, an interesting collection of exhibits is presented. Here you can see items of everyday life of indigenous people, handicrafts, and amazing works of art.
Among religious sites, it is worth noting the beautiful Istiklal Mosque. It is the largest mosque in South-East Asia. This magnificent mosque is located on Liberty Square. For locals, it is a symbol of the independence of their country. The beautiful mosque is interesting not only as a religious monument, but also as a place for holding various cultural events. Many tourists are recommended to inspect the mosque in the evening, when its facade is decorated with spectacular lighting.
In Jakarta, there is the world-famous temple complex Borobudur, which is considered one of the greatest monuments of antiquity. Currently, it is the largest of the remaining Buddhist monuments. The temple complex was built in the 8th century. Like many years ago, the majestic temple presently attracts not only curious tourists, but also pilgrims.