Full Day Customized Sightseeing Tours

Customize A Full Day Tour (8hrs)


Why choose a private sightseeing tour. Group tours can be a headache for independent travelers – meeting at a central location to start the tour, schedules that are rushed, guides that don’t cater to your interests, forced stops at gift shops, and so on.

Instead, enjoy a relaxing day of sightseeing in a clean, new chauffeured car. Your driver will greet you at your hotel lobby, take you directly to each location and wait on standby as you enjoy each site at your leisurely pace.  When finished, your driver will take you back to your hotel. 

Get Started. Below are suggested sightseeing locations for a full day tour. Simply tick the boxes of the places you want to visit and send us your inquiry (5-6 max.). Our team will arrange the most time-efficient itinerary for you, and reply with a detailed quotation.

*Other locations not listed below can be included to your tour as well; just let us know when submitting your inquiry.


Old Town

Jakarta Old Town aka Old Batavia, or locally referred to as ‘Kota Tua Jakarta’, was the downtown area of the capital established in 1619.

The National Museum

A historical, ethnological, and geographical museum that houses the history of the kingdom, colonial and modern eras of İndonesian history.

National Monument

Jakarta’s awe-inspiring National Monument is a 132 m tower in the center of Merdeka Square, symbolizing the fight for Indonesia.

Maritime Museum

Located in the old Sunda Kelapa harbor area, the museum was inaugurated inside the former Dutch East India Company warehouses.

Istiqlal Mosque

The largest mosque in Southeast Asia was built to commemorate Indonesian independence and named “Istiqlal”, an Arabic word for “independence”.

Jakarta Cathedral

Roman Catholic cathedral is the nation’s best exemplar of neo-Gothic architecture from the Dutch colonial era, has a heart-warming interior.

Sion Church

Sion Church is a historic church. Gereja Sion is one of the remnants that showed Portuguese have come to Indonesia before the Dutch colonization.


Chinatown or also known as ‘Glodok’, is one of the capital’s historically significant sites. Enjoy sightseeing walks around exotic Chinese temples.