Hotel Sahid Jaya Lippo Cikarang
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Sahid Jaya Lippo Cikarang Jakarta
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... t checking in any bags, didn't really have any luggage with us at all, and when asked do we speak Indonsian are response was no. We just have looked a bit odd. Two white people flying to a place with no return flight, or baggage and they don't speak the language. Long taxi journey later we arrived at the monument. There is literally nothing here except the monument and the gift shop opposite. Taxi driver waited for us, said we'd be an hour, which I ...
... pay anyway, but I am glad she offered. The car arrived on time, and this is very much a rarity in Asia. This seemed like our luck had turned. Ah! Only if we knew what was in store for us. The car trip started off pretty well. We covered about 60 kms of our 100 km journey in the first hour or so. Then we made a turn on the road that runs parallel to the west coast, and almost immediately ran into traffic. Then the traffic turned slower and slower, until we were ...
... hand, was one of the best experiences I've ever had. That first moment where we heard them crashing through the trees and that first glimpse of the red fur will stay with me forever. It was a real mission to get there, three different flights from Brisbane and another three to get out and back on track to Vietnam but by god those furry guys were worth it. I only hope the powers that be look after them properly. I'm sure with people like Zulham around, they'll be just fine. ...
... Did I pack anything formal.... Not really, but I thought this evening would be a perfect outing once again for my trusty green jumpsuit. Andre came to pick me up and drove me to meet Barbara at the Phoenix Communications office. We left at 5.30 and proceeded to become entangled in the worst traffic I have ever seen! Mopeds seating between 1 and 4 people wiggled past us on all sides, providing incredible people watching entertainment if nothing else. Incredible sights amongst ...
... there was no chance to find anything open.
The night was uncomfortable, as you can imagine but we made it and found a hotel by midday the next day. It is in the Jalan Jaksa area, which is supposed to be where the tourists go. This is what I knew of this city before I started traveling: it is big, it is home to 20 million people, it is ugly, messy and too crowded. Well I am sad to say that I was spot on. The city is just completely chaotic with zero ...