Penjaringan is a subdistrict of North Jakarta, Jakarta, Indonesia. It is the westernmost Subdistrict of North Jakarta. Muara Angke Port and the mouth of Sunda Kelapa Port is located within Penjaringan. Penjaringan contains the remnants of the original mangrove forest of Jakarta, some is protected by the government (i.e. Muara Angke Wildlife Sanctuary). Penjaringan Subdistrict is crisscrossed with water draining channels, canals, and water reservoirs to protect the land from sea flooding. The Cengkareng Drain, part of Jakarta's flood control system, flows to the sea through this subdistrict.
The area of Penjaringan Subdistrict, especially within Penjaringan Administrative Village, contains several historic Dutch colonial buildings such as the remains of city wall of Batavia and the 17th-century warehouses (now a Maritime Museum).
The boundaries of Penjaringan Subdistrict are Jakarta Bay to the north, Sunda Kelapa port to the east, and Kamal Muara road - Kapuk Raya road to the south.
List of important Places:
Galangan Kapal VOC
Jakarta Fishing Port
Luar Batang Mosque (established since 1796)
Luar Batang Village, existed since the 17th century.
Maritime Museum (Indonesia)
Muara Angke Wildlife Sanctuary
Pantai Mutiara housing estates
Pasar Ikan ("Fish Market")
Pluit water reservoir
Raja Ikan Restaurant
Pantai Indah Kapuk housing estates