Hotel Kaisar

Address: Jalan PLN No. 1 - Duren Tiga, Jakarta, Java, 12780 , Indonesia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Jalan PLN No. 1 - Duren Tiga, Jakarta, is near Sea World, Jakarta History Museum (Fatahillah Museum), Chinatown (Glodok), and Museum Satria Mandala (Armed Forces Museum).
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Travel Blogs from Jakarta

The Most Populous City of Indonesia & S.East Asia

A travel blog entry by bumihills on Apr 04, 2014

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... opened in 1978 as the national mosque of Indonesia, a country that is home to the world's largest population of Muslims. Today it remains the biggest mosque in Southeast Asia, holding some 120,000, though certainly not the most beautiful. We also visited an ethnic museum.

In reality we thought Jakarta to be a huge, unattractive city that we would have happily skipped but it did give us an opportunity to rest up from our ...

Jakarta Day 2

A travel blog entry by cam_and_leah on Jan 02, 2014

1 comment, 47 photos

... just to get away Wander onto the peer avoiding some very persistent nobheads trying to sell us pictures of ourselves, while they take the **** out of Leah saying "whaaaaat...???" incredilously. Your sales techniques are off, my friend, and your product is 40 years out of date Wander back off peer, still ignoring nobhead hawkers and buy a blue slush puppy. Mmmmmmmmm Indonesian non sugar regulated slushsexygoodness. We buy 2 pairs of shorts for me and 1 for leah. ...

The Bali Adventure: Starts in Jakarta > Jun 19-21

A travel blog entry by cassnkyle on Jun 19, 2013

22 photos

... us in Jakarta traffic, was actually pretty enjoyable. Him owning a Ford behemoth-sized truck and a motorcycle, seemed to enjoy the insanity that was the driving 'suggestions' and the lack of ****-giving that these drivers here have.

It really was awesome.

Now, I have to say that the hotel we stayed at was definitely balling. I felt very posh being in that hotel. My only complaint, as it was slightly irritating, was that you have to have the keycard meant ...

Off to pastures new: sad and exciting

A travel blog entry by liz_turner on May 28, 2013

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... am in the country for 27 days- not sure what I would have done otherwise. But ok. There was one person shouting and getting irate - unfortunately English in the queue. Outside the airport I waited for a taxi for ages. I had been warned about getting any cab and go for a metered taxi, but there did not seem to be any government taxis as such, but I went for the longest queue with most people there, half an hour wait, you look a ticket from a young man and waited your ...

Where to starta in jakarta

A travel blog entry by chrisarah on Feb 15, 2013

5 photos

... because we love ambiance and are vegetarian so cheap street vendors are not always our preferred choice and also because we like to sleep in comfortable beds, have hot showers and windows in our hotel/hostel rooms, which is not the cheapest option either. We are not traveling like it's our second honeymoon but we are not on the shoestring budget we originally had hoped we could dedicate our selfs to either. I digress. Anyway, we walk everywhere. Jakarta is not a ...