Aquila Hotel

Jl Pangeran Jayakarta, Jakarta, Java, Indonesia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Jakarta

A Java Jaunt, Immigration Woes and Photographers

A travel blog entry by sharonandjim


... Solo. Solo is described in the lonely planet as one of the least westernised cities in all of Java. It is also very close to Candi Sukuh which is one of Java's most enigmatic and striking temples and is set on one of the holiest mountains in Java. We took the train 2 hours from Yogyakarta and walked from the station in the heat. It really was the wild west. The streets were full of locals eating at small make shift kiosks and eating soups and noodles crossed legged on the ground ...

Jakarta Day 2

A travel blog entry by cam_and_leah


... in a jamjar. Must save on buying glasses, and it's a bit gimmicky. They are playing "Don't worry be happy". It's appropriate having just survived the major roads in the severe heat. (Where's my ******* thunderstorms? Weather app you suck my balls) We wander round the square looking at tat, avoiding the ice cream sellers ("es kreem" in Indonesian...funny....thought it was a menu typo for the first week), being interviewed by schoolkids and taking pictures of ...

The beginning of the end :/

A travel blog entry by jen.galo.10

... t see as much as I wanted to, although I've seen a LOT (and more than some of my students who are from here), but I will have to make some kind of excuse to return here eventually.

Indonesia has been an amazing adventure. Exotic culture like you can't find anywhere else, places of remarkable beauty that are one of a kind, people who are welcoming and friendly and genuinely excited to see and meet me everywhere I've been. I know that with my experiences so far that I have been ...

Where to starta in jakarta

A travel blog entry by chrisarah


... walkers and throughout our day of walking we surprisingly did not come across much to explore. Once finished with our long, exhausting, walk we took a cab back to our hotel and while driving the cabby would point out different museums and points of interest to us. "Huh? That's funny." We thought. "That's a museum? It looks like a run down corporate office and I don't see any signs..." We should of had a city map but we were not provided one at the hotel when we asked for ...

Off to Jakarta, Indonesia, to see Victoria

A travel blog entry by mobyncardwicke

Although not advertised in the cost of the room, upon leaving the homestay the next morning, we were greeted with breakfast (rice mixed with egg, carrots and chicken, a fried chicken drumstick, and coffee) and a bottle of coconut oil (which was made by the family with whom we were staying). We took our breakfast on a patio that overlooked the river on which the house was built ...


This hotel, located in the Jakarta Timur area of Jakarta, is near Sea World, Jakarta History Museum (Fatahillah Museum), Chinatown (Glodok), and Museum Satria Mandala (Armed Forces Museum).
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