Amaris Hotel Panglima Polim

Address: Jl Panglima Polim Raya No 2, Jakarta, Java, Indonesia | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Jakarta Selatan area of Jakarta, is near Kraton (Keraton), Jalan Malioboro, Museum Bank Indonesia, and Kota Gede.
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    Promo Pulau Seribu

    A travel blog entry by wijayatamatour on Apr 07, 2015

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    ... cuisine, sports facilities, a dive, spacious cottages and emerald green water with pristine white sand beaches give you the opportunity to touch the tropical perfection.

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    Krakatoa - World's Most Violent Volcano

    A travel blog entry by skjaer on Dec 13, 2014

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    ... the child of Krakatau. It's now a significant presence and continues to grow at a rate of seven metres a year. That's more than half a metre a month, a few inches a week - you'd think you should be able to feel it rising under your feet. And the new Krakatoa sends out showers of molten rocks and belches smoke and ash. People - tourists - have been killed by flying rocks, and you'll see from the photos that the landscape is littered with them. You need to check the activity level ...

    Islam with a Smile

    A travel blog entry by jrm110675 on Aug 06, 2014

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    ... a noisy messy place, where it is almost impossible to cross the road because of all the motorbikes and where a red traffic light only means stop if there is a person actually crossing and if the driver in a good mood. It is also very easy to be ripped off. During the presidency of Suharto in the late twentieth century, Indonesia was rated as the most corrupt country in the road and old habits die hard. I will not bother to describe the times when ...

    Jakarta

    A travel blog entry by choyt1427 on Aug 03, 2014

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    ... the Mercedes. So far, so good!

    While in Singapore all the alums warned me that the traffic in Jakarta would be unlike any I had experienced before. I had been bracing for the worst and was surprised, and delighted, when the ride from the airport only took twenty minutes. The weekend I was there was the tail end of their country wide week long post Ramadan vacation.

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    Arrival Day

    A travel blog entry by bronwyn.donovan on Jan 29, 2014

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    ... It ended up being quiet a busy day. After arriving at the apartment I fulfilled my wishes of breakfast and a shower and then it was off to Pondok Indah mall for lunch. A restaurant called the Playground caught my eye the last time I was in Jakarta however I didn’t have time to go so that was the first port of call.

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