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One of the world's most populous cities, Jakarta pulses with life, color and humanity. You can easily experience the depth and breadth of Jakarta without ever stepping foot in one of the city's (beloved) shopping malls. Jakarta's history comes alive in the cobblestoned streets of Old Batavia and on the narrow wood planks of old schooners. Wherever you go, the pride Indonesians feel in their history, their culture and their independence is palpable -- nowhere more so than when strolling the grounds of the National Monument (Monas).

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