This is an old harbour with old traditional ships. We went there on midday and it's very hot. Not many tourist so we dont know what to do. It's a good spot for photography and to memorize how old time harbour is operated.
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its a common to have slefie or maybe you gadget become your window to explore... and for tha you need something its different and unique especially in jakarta .... perhaps you can sacrifice the sun beaming on you or yet go when its sunset ......More
Visited on 12 AUG with walking from ?Fatahilah museum (approx. 1ish km). Entrance fee is IDR 2,500.00 for locals (Not sure for the tourist). Upon the arrival, you may see wooden ships - traditional one - and its people do the load/unload goods; glimpse of...More
I would not go out of my way to see this. The harbor is simply lined with numerous wood ships that see a lot of use. Just not much to see except lots of wood ships!
This is a working harbor where coastal freighters are loaded and unloaded pretty much by hand. It is a glimpse into how shipping use to get done in other parts of the world. I have watched them unloading coffee and lumber while loading cement and...More
A walk along is a walk of old time ships to behold wooden sea going cargo ships and fish catching flotilla in various hues . Little difficult to locate without a local guide .
Actually this place is double function. Because its still operates as Harbour and as attraction tourism place as well. If this place is for trade only tourist shouldn't come for safety & comfortable reasons. Overall, good to take some photo her
the harbor is highly instagrammable but it smells terribly. Don't go here at noon, extremely hot! suggest to bring adult male because this place is known to be a bit dangerous. don't dress up with minis, don't attract too much attention.
This is the oldest sea port in Jakarta. Today, this sea port were very busy with national-wide traders from all over the country. Most interesting is the Phinisi, the traditional vessel from Makassar. This type of vessel is well known for centuries ....