Ibis Jakarta Arcadia
Travel Blogs from Jakarta
Besides shopping at Pasar Tanah Abang, Hard Rock Cafe, etc we went to Taman Mini Indonesia (TMI).
We arrived in Jakarta late in the evening and took a cab through the sprawling suburbs to our hotel in the centre. This city is immense with over 8.9 million people its the largest place we have been since leaving London.
The Lonely Planet describes it as a hard city to love and I can see where this comes from. The following morning we …
Jakarta is the capital of Indonesia. It is the city of dreams for Indonesians because it is very progressive and full of opportunities. The buildings are very tall and savvy and it is ideal for tourists who like new, trendy, luxurious malls. The place is great for people who do not seek much adventure.
Last but not least, our stopover in Jakarta, before heading to Borneo tomorrow.
13 million people live in the city, 23 million in the greater Jakarta region, and we think all of them brought their cars into the city today. We are staying just 1km south of the heart of the city Medan Merkala. Again, we take issue with rough guide where its …
This morning I was off to try and find the Post Office that deals with sending packages overseas and get the indonesien post "rules & regulations". I decided to use public transport once again (mini-bus is 2,000) and it worked out quite well which is good because tomorrow I have to return with my package that will need to be checked by customs …
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking