Patra Jakarta Hotel

Jl. Jendral Ahmad Yani No . 2, By Pass, Jakarta, Java, 10510, Indonesia | Hotel
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Jakarta

A travel blog entry by gemma.frapwell

... night, so we got some food and chocolate and just crashed out and had a 6 hour nap in the comfiest bed ever, and then woke up and chilled watching desperate housewives! The next morning we woke up and headed to the train station to make our way to Bali, however when we got there we were told that all of the trains to Bali were fully booked for the next week as there was an arts festival on which we obviously had no idea about as online it said you can book your train on the day!! ...

Jakarta

A travel blog entry by adventurebear

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... Jakarta really surprised us. We were expecting the worst, but the weather was good, the people were so very friendly, taxi drivers knew where they were going, no one tried to rip us off, everyone spoke good English and the city is a lot more developed than we had ever imagined. Generally everyone is extremely helpful and well behaved in Jakarta, which could be due to their strong religious views. Considering we generally don't like cities, we'd recommend Jakarta to ...

Really.. Real estate & more!!

A travel blog entry by mauza

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... shopping is actually a pleasant experience here..typically Indonesian.. relaxing..
No groceries for this shopper but a bag full still.. lots of trinkets/ candies for folks at home!


The normally chaotic roads have quietened due to Friday Prayer time .. male muslims all attend and pray together for at least one hour.. we luckily/ quickly scoot home!!









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Train ride across Java

A travel blog entry by kristenleigh

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... eight hours by train, taking you through some of the most rural parts of the island of Java. Between the rice fields and bamboo forests are the small villages where the Javanese people live. Their villages are humble and lively, full of children, with houses that are small and condensed...no floors, no shoes, no doors. Here the people are living out their days. A mother rocks her baby in her ...

Jakarta City Tour

A travel blog entry by wareameye

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... visit to the school attended by Barack Obama for three years as a child. They are so very proud of their association with our President!

We end our tour with a visit to an open-air museum where you can see many different cultural styles of buildings which can be found throughout Indonesia. Incongruously, it has some “Disneyland” character with a fairy-tale castle and ...

Location

This 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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