Tour 1: Social Humanity Tour Luar Batang Village





Welcome to Jakarta


With great pride we would like to invite you in this tour to find that 
 far more extensive than 
 what you ever imagined about
J a k a r t a
a side of Jakarta 
you would not see




This is
Jakarta



Hotel or Residence



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let's start from the heart of
Jakarta
Meeting Point

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Welcome to Jakarta

In this Flexible Day tour
you can see the highligths and ordinary of Jakarta City

we will go by public transportation:
TransJakarta Bus, Train, and
Bajaj  &  Becak

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Here's the itenerary for the Tour:

[1]
Meeting-point
[2]
Visit 'Weltrevreden'
[3]
Visit Old City,
Plaza Batavia
[4]
Drink or Lunch at   
The Mega Taste Indonesianfood Indonesia Resto
[5]
Street vendors, Bajaj and to the 4 generation bridge village

[6]
Kampung Luar Batang Village
: This was our main destination, where we manage 3 activities: 
emergency, education, empowerment, for the poor
in this village we can mingle, discussion, exchange of ideas about everyday life 
with village residents, and we can provide assistance




We start from the heart of
Jakarta city



Bunderan  
 Indonesia
Roundabout








JAKARTA METROPOLIS

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at this point we will introduce, talk and discuss about

JAKARTA  /   REPUBLIC  OF  INDONESIA
HISTORY * HUMANITY * SOCIAL POLITIC * ECONOMY * ENVIRONMENTAL
Prehistory * Hinduism & Budhism Kingdom (4 - 6 AD) (7th Century)  (1210 - 1385)
Islam Kingdom - Portuguese - Espana - Dutch - British - French period
Japanese Dai Nippon

Indonesia Merdeka Independence
Hotel Indonesia - Senayan Sport Stadium - USSR & US Allied influence & conflicts
British UK  Embassy Building

Jakarta - Indonesia Tragedy
Second World War 1941-1945, USSR versus US Allied 1965, 
Financial Crisis & Reformation 1998, Acheh Tsunami 2004,
Poverty,  Corruption,  Humanity & Environmental


Jakarta - Indonesia  Emerging
Student Movement & Independence 1945,
Soekarno  Asia Africa New Emerging Forces
Soeharto New Order 1966, 50 Years Development Plan & New Foundation,
Student Movement & Reformation 1999
Megawati & Abdurrahman Wahid  Democratic  Foundation
SBYudhoyono  Democratic Growth 2004-2014

to the 

Republic of Indonesia Struggle & Challenge 
in the next 
Millenium

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then we will use local transport




TransJakarta



we will visit first





ISTIQLAL




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and then

Old City
J A K A R T A
Djakarta
Batavia
Jacatra Xacatara
Sunda Calapa

OLD CITY
KOTA TUA



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Sunda Kelapa
Traditional Harbour


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PASAR IKAN
FISH MARKET








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then by
B E C A K 
(Pedicab)









to

Kampung
L U A R    B A T A N G
Village





This is your best chance to see the Real Jakarta !

Then we'll head for the village, the residence of the citizens and we will talk about sanitation, food, kids, weather and floods, all the problems of everyday life

We hope that you too can share your life experience


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this is an intercultural travel initiative
which attempt directly involved in touching and hollow cavities of life
between the participants and people visited
on the situation and conditions in Indonesia, represented by the Jakarta
a cross-cultural melting pot megapolit, an interkultur

which is very concerned
who need care and a new awareness

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This journey is a storyamong the participantsalsobetween visitors and the visiteda typical reality very personalhappenedat a meeting between the privateintercultural meeting








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Then

BACK

TO


HOSTEL / HOTEL



ISTIQLAL
GRAND MOSQUE






(3)

K O T A T U A
Old City

KOTA is the oldest part of Jakarta, on the coast of the Java Sea. It is home to the Batavia, Jakarta Historical, Fine art, Wayang and Maritime museums, in varying states of decay, that you will visit before heading into Luar Batang village.













Old buildings










LUNCH
Indonesian Food in the Indonesian Restaurant




NOT  in the cafe and Western style and fancy
but the Real Indonesian food in Indonesian Resto

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After LUNCH
we will see Kali Besar - The Great River




and
Kota Intan
Drawbridge



drawbridge, 1972


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and by
BAJAJ
to



(4)

SUNDA CALAPA
Traditional Harbour









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and
the early
Batavia










W A L K
to the
Fish Market








(5)

then
we will use
B E C A K
(pedicab)
three-wheel
peoples transportation



by
BECAK
three-wheel









By Becak we will  visit 

Luar Batang 

THE VILLAGE
Its watery lanes are home to thousands
we will meet residents

LUAR  BATANG
VILLAGE





You will be able to meet a local family in their home and discuss 
the daily life of Luar Batang very personal, and 
how people make ends meet with the water lapping 
at their feet.

























the Family




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participants
From Norway
at
Luar Batang
village

*] note: all photos taken by ronny poluan on the tours location, exept a photo by gateway college


























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Music & Song (click here)

our aim is to help the people, especially the kids

 


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4 kids watching you




see you later

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Back to the Hostel / Hotel





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SPECIAL  OPTION


 With



ronny poluan
photo by
bart van bambost
jakarta
feb 2010



Please see our
Facebook
JAKARTA TOUR INDONESIA






Jakarta city seen through the eyes of the famous Brazilian photographer Sebastiao Salgado, 1996


Early Batavia





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Then by




B E C A K
Pedicab





To

LUAR  BATANG




 Mak Nur by Martin Wissekerke


Fion by Panos

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We remember all our tour participants
and it seems no other in this world as our tour:
we record every tour participant in our Journal
The end of this tour is, we know each other, and also we know those we visit the families and children, you will get knowledge and direct experience.
And we
make a journal with the date of your presence, then how will we proceed with our relationship with the residents that we visit.

This is an ongoing tour, because we will always be in touch as friends and family
by
email

and 
 Facebook




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here are our 3 [three]  activities where we need volunteers:
Emergency, Education, and Empowerment

wish you all the best,
ronny


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Jakarta

We'll take you to the region above also
the Central Business District of
Jakarta

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but the main goal of this tour is  we'll take you on a journey of

Orangkota Orangkampung  
Batavia Jakarta 
 Tour 


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Gathering
Meal, Playing and Discussion



The tour is then developed, not just visit the villagers, then finished, but we also initiated a meeting of residents to the settlement of visitors.

Students College from Norway  is an excellent example.  

After Norway College students visited the residents, came our turn to invite the citizens especially the children visiting the hotel.  
At first we made this, the hotel owners objected because noisy children.  
So we brought them at the Jakarta Art Center.
 

after that
back home, residence, hotel
or airport


Our aim and our hope in our meeting you will be part of our family together, where we can know each other and keep in touch, and in an unforgettable experience of your lifetime.

Once you leave our Jakarta
we do hope you get a broad and deep understanding of the residents in the village
and
also of course the city that never sleep:
Jakarta


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Dear Pak Ronny and Ibu Anneke,
Terima kasih banyak untuk tour Anda ke kampung Luar Batang, Mesjid Istiqlal, Kota Tua dan Sunda Kelapa. We both enjoyed it very much. This was my (Bo’s) second tour, but first time for both of us to northern Jakarta.
As Australians, we believe it is important for us to have a good understanding of the people, culture and circumstances of one of our nearest neighbours, Indonesia. The Hidden Jakarta Tours help to directly introduce Australians (and other foreigners) to Indonesian people. With tour guides acting as translators, tour participants can interact with the community, ask questions and gain an insight into the lives of a large proportion of the population of Indonesia – those who live in ‘kampungs’, in environments vastly different to what many in the developed world would be familiar with.
Through this interaction, stepping inside the alleyways and homes of kampung residents and through further discussions with Pak Ronny, Ibu Anneke and their team, tour participants can gain an understanding of the sorts of issues impacting these people’s lives; for example, adequate housing, education for children and health care for the community.
We would highly recommend the Hidden Jakarta Tour as an activity to do while visiting Indonesia’s capital – you will learn a lot :)

Sampai jumpa lagi !
Salam,
Bo and Bron Raphael.


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 M A P

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Ronny Poluan
initiator, founder, and
your tour guide of
'Hidden Jakarta Tour'