The Residences Pacific Place

Address: Jalan Jeruk Manis Raya V 52, Jakarta, Java, 11510, Indonesia | Inn
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This inn, located in the Jakarta Timur 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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TripAdvisor Reviews The Residences Pacific Place Jakarta

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Jakarta

Jakarta - a long entry for 5 days

A travel blog entry by ashishbeke on Jul 16, 2015

... by myself and with some time to reflect on the last three months. I decided to shower in the room, and came up. I realized that although Caroline had a key to the room, she probably did not remember the room number. I have been sort of taking care of many of the minor details of our travel, as we have moved along. I told the lady in charge of the spa to let Caroline know what the room number was. I had showered by the time Caroline came back, and it seems ...

Java & Bali (Indonesia part I)

A travel blog entry by hannahandtim on Jul 13, 2015

1 comment, 22 photos

... killer.

We wandered around the leafy streets of Ubud and could see why it is so popular- it has a pretty, colourful and peaceful feel to it which nowhere else we've been could quite match. There are beautiful touches like the lily ponds and streams channeled alongside the streets and all around the outside of the town are beautiful rice paddies and perfect green forests. It's an enchanting place and an absolute must see for anyone visiting Bali, although evidently most just ...

Fireflies and goodbyes.

A travel blog entry by watsonrtw on Dec 11, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

... thinking he was going to fall out of the tree but obviously he didn't, he's an orangutan. They are so human-like you almost forget they are wild animals. Maybe the fact they are so like us is part of the attraction. I don't think we would have been so keen to come here if they were, for example, huge furry crabs swinging about in the trees.

We stayed until the final member of the group had finished feeding and had left the area. We watched the now familiar red ...


A travel blog entry by ginanao on Oct 21, 2014

1 comment, 12 photos

... it just seemed to grungy and intimidating to go out, especially when it got dark.

In the short time that we did wander around all we were surrounded by was poverty and streets filled with rubbish and huge amount of crazy chaotic traffic! We did see the old Dutch quarter of the city as it was close to our hostel which harks back to when Indonesia was a Dutch colony. You can see the subtle mark it has left on the country, with ...

National Museum take II and the night train

A travel blog entry by jaqz_and_dave on May 18, 2014

19 photos

... Indonesia's history. Some of the translations were a little questionable but we got the general idea, and learned that the airport we'd arrived at - Soekarno Hatta - was named for the first president and vice president of Indonesia in 1945.

By the time we left the monument, the carnival-like atmosphere in the park was in full swing. There was some kind of competition going on, with judges surrounded caged birds, ...