The Fatahila Square in the old town of Jakarta is the center of the Dutch colonial city. The main building in the center of the square is the former Governor's Office. The European architecture that was built more than two hundred years ago is still well preserved. There are a large number of pigeons on the square that are not afraid of people. There are bicycle rentals on the street. The bicycles are a cartoon color with big wheels. When riding up, the stall owner will also attach a big straw hat of the same cartoon color. The tourists who come and go, the local men who sell the ice water, the special food stalls all make up the charming temperament of the old city. If you feel tired, you can go to a coffee shop. Café Batavia is a good coffee shop that gave me a nostalgic feeling. Going in is like stepping into an old Hollywood movie. They have juice, coffee, snacks and afternoon tea time that is very enjoyable.