The Maritim Guest House

Jalan Maritim Raya No. 2, Jakarta, Java, Indonesia | Hotel
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Jakarta Day 1 - 2014

A travel blog entry by cam_and_leah


... we get more towels, loo roll and water. The most exciting thing about today is now that Leah has a whole towel just for her hair. There is nothing cultural to do here. It's affecting our ability to go enjoy Jakarta. Plus the city is not pretty and we've already seen the main square and monument. We've seen new year, which was amazing. Should have checked out tomorrow and moved on. We look up Indian restaurants and go to one. Metered taxi costs 95p. We go to the ...

A taste of Jakarta...Day One and ready!!

A travel blog entry by mauza


... famed Batavia Cafe, one hours drive..easier on a Sunday but allow 2-3 hours weekdays!! Must be good food!!
The drive is very entertaining.. past all classes of lifestyle, all modes of travel, past opulent high rises, squats under bridges etc etc.. Jakarta has 60% of it's population living under the poverty line...So they eke a living from anyway possible.. we would call it "Trash Collecting" but here it ...


A travel blog entry by thegordo


... that night I fall asleep to the unbelievably loud thumping music that emanates from the club next door.

The next morning we have to make our way back to the airport to catch our flight to Malaysia and Borneo. No minibus through the streets this time, we decide on getting a taxi. However, the one time that we really need a taxi amazingly none are to be seen. "Let's just walk," I suggest to Emily, "we're bound to run into one." But we don't and before long ...

A relaxing day.

A travel blog entry by mrsmac


... intimidating. I didn't stay there long!.
Behind this mall was an even larger one Seneyan City. Crossing the road to get there was daunting. Even though there was a man carrying a Stop sign to help, traffic ignored him and weaved around apace. This mall was more bustling and I went into Debenhams and bought a pair of shoes for 399,000 rupiyah (about $50). I also found a large electronics store and bought an adapter ...

New Places, Old Faces

A travel blog entry by jameshardy88


... corner and crevice that make up the huge Indonesian archipelago, no easy task. One of the things that struck me most was exactly how many different peoples and cultures had been amalgamated in the formation of Indonesia. No fewer than 500 totally separate tribal cultures and traditions had once existed here before the colonial Europeans (Largely the Dutch and British) had arrived here. As well as geographical and cultural history the museum also had ...

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This hotel, located on Jalan Maritim Raya No. 2, Jakarta, is near Kraton (Keraton), Jalan Malioboro, Museum Bank Indonesia, and Kota Gede.
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