|Jln. Tanah Abang 1|
Jakarta Special Capital Region Indonesia
|Cemetery notes and/or description:|
Taman Prasasti means "Garden of Ancient Inscriptions". This 1.2-hectare cemetery once covered 5 hectares, having shrunk during the construction of several buildings in the vicinity, with many of the interments being moved to other cemeteries. The cemetery has been designated by the national government as an outdoor museum. Among those interred here are Olivia Marianne Raffles, wife of Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles; Jan van Hoorn, a governor-general of Batavia; and Soe Hok Gie, a Chinese-Indonesian activist.
Open Tues-Sun from 9am - 3pm. Closed Mondays and holidays.