Four Seasons Hotel Jakarta is a cornerstone of the award-winning architectural masterpiece, Capital Place. Designed by renowned architect César Pelli, one of Architectural Digest’s Design Legends, this mixed-use complex is a tranquil oasis in Indonesia’s capital of international commerce, finance and entertainment.
Centrally located on Jalan Gatot Subroto, Capital Place offers easy access to all major business destinations as well as excellent access to the international airport. Yet the Hotel is discreetly set back from the busy thoroughfare and screened by the office tower – whose undulating building exterior is designed to symbolize waves flowing around the Indonesian archipelago.
The National Museum
Find the largest collection of Indonesian relics and ethnic artwork, some dating back to the 7th century.
Browse the finest collection of shadow puppets from Indonesia and Southeast Asia. On Sundays, watch sample shows of traditional wayang theatre.
Discover a range of goods, from antiques to handicrafts, at this open-air market.
Don’t leave Jakarta without visiting its most famous landmark, located in Medan Merdeka (Freedom Square).
Taman Ismail Marzuki Arts Centre
Named for a leading Indonesian composer, this massive arts complex is home to exhibition halls, theatres and a planetarium. See performances both traditional and modern, from Javanese dance to Western ballet.
Jakarta Textile Museum
A museum dedicated to the history of indigenous fibre arts, it focuses on traditional techniques such as batik. Gardens demonstrate plants for natural dyes and fibres.
Taman Prasasti Museum
One of the oldest cemeteries in the world, built in 1795, this vestige of the Dutch Colonial era is a quiet place to explore a portion of Jakarta’s history.
Jakarta History Museum
Also known as Fatahillah or Sejarah Museum, this is the place to learn about the city’s past and influences, from prehistoric times to its independence in 1945.
Near the old harbour in converted warehouses from the Dutch East India Company, some dating back to 1652, the Maritime Museum (Museum Bahari) tells the story of Indonesia’s seafaring traditions.
Museum Bank Indonesia
This worthwhile visit helps explain Indonesia’s economic development through the ages. The museum is set in a beautiful, historic bank building. Visits must be arranged in advance. Let our Concierge assist.
For top international retailers, as well as an array of the best of Indonesia, the selection at this vast shopping mall places amongst the city’s top attractions.
Find luxury brands galore – from around the world and around the corner – in this sophisticated shopping centre, along with dining for every taste.
Impressive for its capacity – it can hold up to 120,000 congregants – as well as its contemporary architecture, Southeast Asia’s largest mosque is situated across from the neo-Gothic Jakarta Cathedral on Merdeka Square.
Royale Jakarta Golf Club
One of Indonesia’s finest golf courses, this 27-hole facility is a lush and rolling championship-style course with panoramic views of Mounts Salak and Gede.