Places of Interest

Strategically located in the center of Pontianak’s business and culinary districts, its location provides easy access to the Ayani Mega Mall Pontianak, The Dayak Longhouse, the West Kalimantan Provincial Museum and the Equator Monument.

Gajah Mada Culinary Street

100 m
Gajah Mada Street has a friendly pedestrian area. Pampering pedestrians, equipped with special modern style tents, but still maintain the heritage of existing buildings. Includes tracks for persons with disabilities.

PSP Gift Shop

1 km
In this area there are more than 30 stalls selling various types of special foods, accessories, and typical souvenirs from West Kalimantan.

Katedral Church

1 km
The St. Joseph's Cathedral also called Pontianak Cathedral Is the name given to a religious building affiliated with the Catholic Church which is located in the city of Pontianak. The first church was built in 1908, being blessed the following year. Because the old church did not have enough capacity for the number of parishioners was demolished in 2011. The current structure one of the largest cathedrals in the region, was inaugurated on December 19, 2014 and formally blessed by the Catholic Church on 19 March 2015 at the Feast of St. Joseph. From the beginning until now it has been pastored by the priests of the Capuchin Order.

Kapuas River Park

2,3 km
Taman Alun Kapuas can be visited from any direction, so naturally if almost every day this location is crowded visited by people who come with family and occasionally looks foreign tourists come to this place. Park which is one of the project 'Waterfront City' from the Government of Pontianak City, and is often called by the name of Kapuas Square Park itself is located on the outskirts of the Kapuas River, Pontianak, precisely in front of the Pontianak mayor's office that is around Jalan Rahadi Usman.

Kapuas Bridge

1,1 km
Kapuas Bridge is located in the city of Pontianak with a length of 420 meters and width of 6 meters. This Kapuas bridge is the center of Pontianak City with several other districts in West Kalimantan. The bridge was built in 1980 and inaugurated by President Soeharto in 1982.

Pontianak National Museum

3,6 km
This museum is made of concrete, with concrete relifs depicting lifestyle of Kalbar 2 ethnic minority which are well known are: Malay and Dayak. In this museum there are some important artifacts for the Dayak tribes, such as tribal shirts and handicrafts and this has been known for 16 century, one example is a jar (water jug).

Mujahidin Mosque

4 km
Masjid Raya Mujahidin is the largest mosque in West Kalimantan Province. The early establishment of this mosque has a long and winding history. But after a long time, finally the establishment of this mosque was completed and inaugurated by the then President of Indonesia Soeharto in 1978.    

Jami' Mosque

3,2 km
Masjid Jami 'Pontianak or also known as Sultan Syarif Abdurrahman Mosque is the oldest and largest mosque in Pontianak City, West Kalimantan Province, Indonesia. This mosque is one of two buildings that became a sign of the establishment of Pontianak City in 1771 AD, in addition to the Kadriyya Palace.

Keraton/Istana Kadriyah

3,2 km
Keraton Kadariah is the palace of Pontianak Sultanate which was built in from 1771 until 1778 AD. Sayyid Sharif Abdurrahman Alkadri was the first sultan who inhabited the palace. This palace is located near the center of Pontianak City, West Kalimantan. As the forerunner to the birth of Pontianak City, Keraton Kadariah become one of the historical tourist attraction. In its development, this palace continues to undergo the process of renovation and reconstruction to become the current form.

Mega Mal

3,2 km
Ayani Mega Mall is the largest shopping center in Pontianak City and also in West Kalimantan. The Ayani Mega Mall area stands on 185,000 square meters of land, consisting of a mall building and five shop blocks, while the building itself is 100,000 square meters, on Jalan Ahmad Yani

Transmart & Carrefour

5,6 km
Transmart Carrefour modern retail transformation. As a shopping destination, dining and playing with lifestyle concept, stay affordable and complete.

Radakng Traditional House

5,3 km
Radakng Pontianak House is a traditional house of West Kalimantan, earned the title of Indonesian Record Museum as the largest custom house in Indonesia.

Taman Digulis

2,4 km
Monument Eleven West Kalimantan Digulis, also known as Tugu Digulis or Tugu Bambu Runcing or Tugu Roundabout Monument by local residents, is a monument located at the roundabout of Tanjungpura University, Jalan Jend. Ahmad Yani, Kelurahan Bansir Laut, Pontianak Southeast District, Pontianak City."