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This building is a Chinese-Indonesian heritage building located just behind the Novotel Hotel Jakarta Gajah Mada on Jalan Gajah Mada, Glodok, West Jakarta.The Main Heritage Building is a former residence of the Oei family, a Chinese -Indonesian ethnic community family. On the left hand side...More
The location is a bit tricky because apparently the building is literally located inside/in the middle of Novotel hotel area. So you have to go inside Novotel and park your vehicle there.
The building was once a house of a Chinese mayor and also known...More
Its hidden under biggie buildings (hotel) and cant believe there is a heritage building with a small coffee shop besides.
It's actually once of the richest Chinese people residence in Batavia that still existed until today. A lot of changes for the interior but still...More
It was an old house that was built in 1807. This house belonged to The Khouw Family. This house was preserved and located in one are with Novotel.
Visiting this place will bring you back to the old time, since all the architecture was an...More
This building is very classic. Just like old town typical building. In the main entrance, they put some historical story related to this building. Most of the wall has pictures from the owner of this house, women, chinese caligraphy, etc. Inside the house also there...More
This building so awesome. You will see the mix traditional building and modern building. Though it's empty without furnitures, there's some pictures in some places and fountain in backyards. Face to face with apartment. Most of all, I like this part from whole house
I were lived at the apartment same complex with Candra Naya, so I was there quite often, the Candra Naya is one of Chinese heritage left in Jakarta, now they use the building as a restaurants and also small function hall, I ate at some...More