The port authority responsible for the Port of Sunda Kelapa is the Indonesia Port Corporation II (Indonesian). The Port of Sunda Kelapa covers 50.8 hectares. It contains wharves that are three thousand meters long with alongside depth of four meters. The port includes 37.5 thousand square meters of open yards and 8.3 thousand square meters of warehouse.
This old traditional port, which once handled all of Jakarta’s international trade, is a major tourist attraction today. Ships visiting the Port of Sunda Kelapa are inter-island and sailing cargo vessels carrying timber, building materials, and consumer products. The Port of Sunda Kelapa has become a commercial complex with offices, trade companies, industry, and hotels.