Area Attractions

Discover things to do and places to visit in Jakarta, from historic sites to shopping malls.
Grand Hyatt Jakarta is perfectly situated to give you easy access to exciting local attractions, fun retail therapy, cultural and family-friendly activities.

Grand Hyatt Jakarta

Jalan M. H. Thamrin Kav. 28-30
Jakarta, Indonesia

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Local Attraction

National Gallery of Indonesia

5.3 km
The National Gallery of Indonesia offers a great perspective into the history and evolution of art in the archipelago. Not only does it house numerous important archives, this vast gallery also hosts contemporary art exhibitions from Indonesia and beyond. Please find details of the gallery's opening days on the official website.

Ancol Dreamland

9.6 km
Ancol Dreamland, or also known as Taman Impian Jaya Ancol, is Jakarta's largest and most popular recreation park. There are a number of interesting attractions in the Ancol complex, including Ancol Bay, Fantasy World Dufan, SeaWorld, Atlantis Water Adventure, Ocean Dream Samudra, Pasar Seni Art Market and Ancol Golf.

Taman Ismail Marzuki

4.2 KM
Taman Ismail Marzuki (TIM) is a cultural landmark since its inception in 1968. The 7.2-hectare complex has Planetarium Jakarta and Institut Kesenian Jakarta (IKJ), with several theatre halls designed for art performances. Extensively renovated in 2021, TIM now features modern architecture that stands out amidst quaint shops along Cikini Street.

Metropole XXI

3.8 KM
First established in 1932, Metropole XXI is the oldest running cinema house in Jakarta. The art deco building remains faithful to the original design intended for a theatre complex. Walk along the long corridors to discover beautiful memorabilia, including photos from Jakarta's glorious past and posters of old Hollywood films.

Historic Destinations

National Monument

3 km
Located in the centre of Merdeka Square, the National Monument of Republic Indonesia is a 132-metre tower built in the commemoration of Indonesia's independence. Visitors can discover a museum inside the tower and a great variety of plants in the vast green surrounding. There is also a water fountain that dances to tuneful beats on certain evenings. Most locals call the monument as Monas.

Formulation of Proclamation Text Museum

2.3 km
The 1,138-metre-square mansion captures the historic events and dramatic moments leading to Soekarno's proclamation of independence back in 1945. Photos of political figures who had made it all happen adorn the walls of the two-story museum. The building alone was built in 1920s, once habited by rear admiral Tadashi Maeda during the Japanese occupation.

Jakarta History Museum

9.1 km
The beautiful site was originally built as the city hall of Batavia under the Dutch occupation in 1710. The architecture took after the Royal Palace of Amsterdam, one of the three palaces in the Netherlands. First opened as a museum in 1974, the building recounts the evolution of Batavia to Jayakarta to the present metropolis of Jakarta. Among the locals, this historic destination is known as Museum Fatahillah.

National Museum of Indonesia

2.3 km
One of the finest museums in Southeast Asia, the National Museum of Indonesia houses more than 141,000 objects of prehistoric artifacts, ceramics, ethnography and other collections. The site itself has several buildings, including Gedung Arca, the latest one, unveiled in 2017. This museum is also popularly known as the Elephant Museum, owing to the elephant statue in the entrance garden.

Dine and Drink

La Moda

0.1 km
Set on the atrium of Plaza Indonesia shopping destination, the fashionable cafe is a place to see and be seen. It offers a recommended menu of Indonesian and international cuisines, alongside coffees and alcoholic beverages. Every meal is made fresh from the nearby open kitchen. La Moda also hosts fashion shows and exhibitions from time to time.

Amuz

4.9 km
This chic restaurant with an open-kitchen concept offers sumptuous French cuisine at its best in Jakarta. Founded by chef Gilles Marx, the menu is fresh and unique, rivalled only by the well-curated wine selections. The eclectic interiors add another flavour to the dining experience. The building that houses Amuz is a stone's throw away from a pool of urban attractions.

Cork & Screw Country Club

7.6 km
The pleasure of alfresco dining meets a golf view: the premise of Cork & Screw Country Club is hard to find in Jakarta. The leafy garden induces cool breeze during the day and affords some privacy in the evenings. The menu combines the best of both Indonesian and international cuisines.

Turkuaz

6.9 km
Authentic tastes of Turkish cuisine are not lost on the culinary map of Jakarta. Headed by chef Sezai Zorlu, Turkuaz provides not just exquisite flavours but also a gastronomic discovery. Introduce yourself to the mixture of herbs once used in the Ottoman era; and savour each of the side dishes. Every element is an experience on its own.

Shopping

Plaza Indonesia

0.1 km
Connected to Grand Hyatt Jakarta, Plaza Indonesia is the country's top luxury shopping destination. An extensive variety of international brands occupies the ground and first floors. From fashion to food to furniture, the retail selections run the gamut of everyday need, with great attention on quality.

Grand Indonesia

0.2 km
Grand Indonesia is aptly called a shopping town since it has two connected buildings and a total of eight stories to explore. A plethora of dining and retail offers are available almost on every floor. There is also Galeri Indonesia Kaya where you can learn about the Indonesian culture through interactive multimedia technology.

Pacific Place

4.4 km
Pacific Place is a luxury shopping mall in the Sudirman Central Business District area (SCBD). The ground floor boasts a number of alfresco dining outlets, including Hard Rock Jakarta. Its convenient location offers easy access to mall visitors coming from the neighbouring office towers.

Ashta

5.2 km
A trendy shopping mall in the SCBD area, Ashta has a smart array of fashionable dining outlets and retail options. The four-story commercial centre is complemented with a scenic balcony overlooking Jakarta's urban panorama. Ashta is also accessible from the hip street of Senopati.

Getaway Within A Day

Pantjoran Pantai Indah Kapuk

24.3 km
The Pantjoran area in Pantai Indah Kapuk, North Jakarta, is a popular location for trendy dining and a beach getaway. The long strips fronting housing complexes are teeming with chic eateries and bars. The man-made beach is excellent for those looking for a change of scene without actually leaving the capital city.

Taman Safari

75 km
This world-class zoo in the mountainous area of Cisarua, Bogor, is a must visit for animal lovers. See wild fauna such as tigers and elephants roam freely in the expansive jungle. You are allowed to feed the animals from the window of your car. The amusement park also has small rides for the little ones to enjoy after a safari ride.