The Sultan Hotel & Residence Jakarta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... after reading this blog post... maybe aim for a mid-week visit to actually experience some "culture"! For some reason, we had another day to spare, so we decided to take a day trip out to one of Jakarta's neighbouring cities (almost a suburb), Bogor. Daring the local commuter train, we made the 90 minute journey at 11am (surprisingly with barely any other passengers) to experience the 'kota hujan' (city of rain) and its renowned botanical gardens 'Kebun Raya', located ...
... awful. I absolutely hated all the shiny malls in KL, but now that's exactly what I wanted! This Jakarta mall was awful and cracking and old and derelict. So we couldn't buy anything! We went over to the old antique market though and that was wonderful. A mile of tiny little shops, with wondrous treasures stuffed ceiling high in each one. They were delightful and we browsed over the items ...
... show the following day (by this stage later the same day as this was almost 1am!) it was decided that we could stick with our original music for the first show on Thursday & then come in before the shops opened Friday morning to work out a new routine to the new music ready for Friday afternoon’s show. The new music turned out to be much nicer to work to that our original anyway & I ...
... and we started to joke around about the whole thing. The final presents of the sultan were various foods in the shape of different things i.e. There was a Christmas tree looking thing made out of long string beans, chilli peppers, garlic, and some sort of yam or mushroom. We assumed it was supposed to go with the rest of the feast but we weren't sure where or when. We all walked down to the main market street - Malioboro - and he showed us a cool store with every trinket ...