For almost two centuries, Pasar Baru (or Passer Baroe, as it was previously known) has been a bustling centre of commercial activity. Built in 1820 to cater to the Dutch colonialists living along Rijswijk (now Jl Veteran), the area retains some of its old-world charm, with a fascinating mixture of Dutch and Chinese architecture. The delightful pedestrian-only precinct is alive with traditional merchants whose names -Kimia Farma, Lee Ie Seng, Tjung-Tjung - evoke a bygone era. Established tailors of Indian origin such asIsardas, Hariom, and Gehimal have been serving clients here for decades. The retail giant Matahari started operating here in 1958.
Located on Jl Pasar Baru Timur in the heart of Pasar Baru, within easy ready of other historic buildings such as Gedung Kesenian Jakarta as well as Gambir station and the National monument (Monas), Amaris Hotel Pasar Baru is ideally placed for any trip to this fascinating area of old Jakarta.
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