Hotel Aryaduta Jakarta
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and the natural world that brings it home to us how precarious our human lives and settlements can be.
Jakarta is a melting pot of different cultural groups, ethnic groups and languages. It attracts immigrant groups from all over Indonesia, each of which brings with it its own language, foods and customs. Here you will find Betawi, (People of Batavia), other ...
... way to the old city, where on the awesome Fatahillah square tourists can rent a bike and a big hat and pretend to be a Dutch colonial lady. The colonial Cafe Batavia was our next pit stop from Jakarta madness, and we thought it was only appropriate to order an Old Fashioned in the place where time stood still. After a walk to the old Dutch drawbridge and the harbour, we decided to make our way back to the hotel. Jakarta has many faces - the swanky bougainvillea lined streets of ...
... knew everyone we came into contact with! We had a private guide take us on a hike through the forest to two waterfalls. We were crossing streams and bridges and it was a decent workout. Ha! The jungles was so pretty looking. Mount rinjani is closed right now for the rainy season. We had lunch back at the drop off and then rode to our hotel. It was a good vibe driving through small villages, drinking a beer, listening to music, ...
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My name is Yanyi and I’m from Shanghai,
China. I’m currently spending 4 weeks in total at IHF Jakarta center. My main
local task is to teach English to first to fourth grade. Since teaching small
children can be very hard for beginners like me, the staff here has been
incredibly helpful. And when you see the children giving their efforts to learn
and making progress, it’d be eventually worth it. Plus, the children ...