The Sultan Hotel & Residence Jakarta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
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... Dutch East India company developed the city called Batvia in the 16th century as a port to ship out the highly sought after spices of southeast Asia. Later, the modern city of capital city of Jakarta grew. The day was predicted to be warm (80's) and mostly cloudy with afternoon showers. I had booked a ship's tour called "Jakarta, Batvia and President Obama's School". Our tour guide told us to call him "G-P". First on our agenda was a visit to Sunda Kelepa harbor to see ...
... went to watch the visit of Juventus football club, who were on a promotional tour of the region, in the enormous Bung Karno stadium, with a capacity of more than 80,000. Much as I expected, there were motorbikes and touts everywhere, a crazy number of touts for a match that was very far from being sold out. However, once in the stadium, something magical happened. The chaotic excess energy of Jakarta suddenly gained a sense of direction, leading to ...
I wanted to go to Bali this weekend, but all the waiting sort of cut short my holiday. I decided to spend it in my own city. There are a lot of little museums and things to see. As usual, in the guidebook.
Another downside to my apartment is that you have to take a motor taxi to the bus station, because there are no local buses. I could walk four kilometres and do it, but then I'd be to tired once I got somewhere. Also, I'd probably be late.
... in for pizza for dinner. Indonesian pizza is pretty good. We are getting tips on what to do tomorrow and where to eat. There sounds like there are a few interesting things worth seeing.
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... was easy to print our pre-bought tickets. The station even had a Starbucks. We bought coffees and toasties for a quarter of the price of English Starbucks. I'm never paying £3.30 for an iced coffee again when you can get it for less than £1 in Jakarta! We booked Eksekutif (executive) class on an express train and got big seats with loads of leg room and the train left bang on time. A very good service and at £15 each for a 7 hour journey, it wasn't bad at all. On ...