Grand Cempaka Hotel

Address: Jalan Letjen Suprapto, Cempaka Putih, Jakarta, Java, 10520, Indonesia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Jakarta Pusat 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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    A travel blog entry by chrisandamelia on Aug 26, 2015

    11 photos

    ... that day, the hotel was able to put our luggage in to their storage room for us to collect later. Feeling a little peckish but not wanting to brave the midday heat looking for an eatery, Amelia, surprise surprise, thought it'd be nice to visit the huge mega mall (apparently rated #1 on Tripadvisor) in the centre. The journey was hot and sweaty in the back of a bajaj, which only have 'a/c alam' - nature's a/c. But we got there, just, after a lot of weaving through traffic ...

    Jakarta - a long entry for 5 days

    A travel blog entry by ashishbeke on Jul 16, 2015

    ... try another beach. It was clear that she was enjoying riding on the bike, unlike when we started. So, I suggested a beach that Lonely Planet guide recommended. It was some distance off, and we set off. The first 15 kms was on a finished road, which was maintained in very good condition. At some point, I had to make a right. Finally, at a point where I could see a flat ground made of packed red soil on the right, I stopped to ask for directions. The guy I asked ...

    Time to recover

    A travel blog entry by offonourown2 on Mar 02, 2015

    1 comment, 29 photos

    ... oldest market. It was good for a wander around but nothing really that would interest any of us.

    Except the music shops. Per was on a mission to find an instrument he could carry with him so he could still play. He was missing his band back in Sweden so off we went into probably half a dozen different shops.

    He is a great musician but it was really funny when he went into one (they combine the sport shops with music shops here) and tried to play the tube used ...

    Sacred Temples and a Secret Paradise

    A travel blog entry by kateandnicola on Nov 05, 2014

    69 photos

    ... whilst stood cooling down were joined by a friendly teacher (again, another teacher) interested to hear what our plans were. As soon as Kate mentioned that we were heading to two of the biggest temples he became very concerned and told her that she needed to buy a traditional sarong from the market as they were very expensive to hire at the temple, in fact they cost even more than the hefty entrance fee. Luckily the teacher had found a perfect stall in the market ...

    Bye bye Indonesia/Stuck in Malaysia

    A travel blog entry by niomioconnor on Jun 16, 2014

    ... could damn right see I was alone and crying my eyes out. It was definitely the all time low point of the trip so far. I booked another flight for the next morning which cost about 23 pounds and then booked myself into the airport hotel which was a short walk away. Kuala Lumpur city centre is too far away and not worth it for one night on my own, especially as I've been recommended not to travel in Malaysia as a girl alone. The hotel only had rooms with double beds so I had to ...