After hotel pickup, start with a visit to the last remaining Dutch drawbridge in Jakarta, known as Chicken Market Bridge. Next stop is Fatahillah Square with its paved cobblestones, walk along the historical Kali Besar Barat, lined with Dutch architecture before visiting the Wayang Kulit, or Shadow Puppet Museum. After the museum continue to the Harbor pass Toko Merah, or Red Shop, the former home of Dutch Governor General van Imhoff and one of the most impressive red tiled facade buildings remaining. Sunda Kelapa Harbour is very much attached to Jakarta history, it houses a range of Buganese Phinisi Schooners with unloaded goods from across the archipelago.
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