20 Jakarta Tourism Objects Reopen at the Transitional PSBB


Since last Monday (12/10), DKI Jakarta has re-entered the Transitional Large-Scale Social Restriction (PSBB). Twenty tourist attractions in Jakarta are reopening.

The reopening of the tourist attraction is in line with the contents of the Circular of the Head of the DKI Jakarta Provincial Culture Office Number 672/SE/2020 concerning to Museum Operations, Performance Buildings, Art Galleries, Exhibition Sites and Cultural Arts Training Buildings within the DKI Jakarta Provincial Culture Office.

“During the re-enactment of the Transitional Large-Scale Social Restrictions (PSBB), the Museum, Performance Building and Cultural Arts Training Building managed by the DKI Jakarta Provincial Culture Office will reopen visitors services starting on October 12, 2020 by implementing the applicable health protocol,” he said.

From the official Instagram page of the DKI Jakarta Cultural Service, Thursday (15/10/2020), there are at least 20 tourist attractions under the DKI Jakarta Provincial Government that have reopened.

Here’s the complete list:

1. Jakarta History Museum

2. Taman Prasasti Museum

3. MH Thamrin Museum

4. Joang 45 Museum

5. Museum of Fine Arts and Ceramics

6. Textile Museum

7. Puppet Museum

8. Maritime Museum

9. Cipir Island

10. Kelor Island

11. Onrust Island

12. Si Pitung’s house

13. Taman Ismail Marzuki

14. The Jakarta Arts Building

15. Wayang Orang Bharata

16. Garden of Benjamin Sueb

17. Miss Tjitjih

18. Arts Training Building (5 city districts)

19. Laboratory of Dance and Karawitan Condet

20. Betawi Cultural Village Area