Shangri-La Hotel Jakarta
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
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... rats, the smell was less than pleasant and everything seemed to be sketchily held together with bamboo, old planks of wood and rope. Then as we all got off the canoes there were 3 young boys (maybe 4 years old) who came running over shouting hello and wanting their photos taken, which they found hilarious when they looked at their pictures. So even though the living conditions seemed poor, it was nice to see children running around laughing and ...
... their day. Hopping back on the train, this time with LOTS of people... we headed back to the bright lights of Jakarta. You really have to fight for a seat on Indonesian transport... it's every man for himself... or every woman actually. We noticed that 90% of passengers on every bus/train we took were women... barely a man in sight, and the women are surprisingly aggressive when it comes to a free seat. One old lady literally threw herself past me, stepping on my foot in ...
... a noisy messy place, where it is almost impossible to cross the road because of all the motorbikes and where a red traffic light only means stop if there is a person actually crossing and if the driver in a good mood. It is also very easy to be ripped off. During the presidency of Suharto in the late twentieth century, Indonesia was rated as the most corrupt country in the road and old habits die hard. I will not bother to describe the times when ...
... different food and whenever we bought anything at all it really made the sellers day.
NOT ONLY THE BEAUTIFUL GET PHOTOGRAPHED - Since we have been in Java, we have been photographed continually. No matter where we were this kept happening. One evening I was collecting our laundry and I came out of the shop to see Jim standing next to a young Indonesian couple being photographed. The usual practice was that people would approach you, have a brief conversation and then ask ...
2. Arrived at Harbourfront, you need to have the EZ Link card that can be purchased in advance at Station Harbourfront (NE1).
3. After obtaining EZ link Card, flee to the platform (a place for waiting MRT) in NE1 Station Harbourfront. Take the North-East Line (Punggol destination).
4. You certainly not go down in Punggol but fell in ...