Thetraveljunkie.org – Beneath the veneer of glass fascias, concrete slabs and shabby slums, this is a city of surprises and a city of many faces. Enjoy Jakarta!
01). Kota Tua Jakarta
Easily accessible via the Transjakarta Busway, Jakarta’s ‘Old Town’ offers fascinating insights into Indonesia’s colonial era.
02). Hotel Gran Mahakam
Distinctly European architecture, Hotel Gran Mahakam is strategically located in the heart of the capital and offers individualistic luxury | www.granmahakam.com.
03). Waterboom Lippo Cikarang
Located is east Jakarta, Waterboom Lippo Cikarang is a uniquely designed world-class waterpark with an exotic Balinese vibe for endless family fun.
04). Mercure Jakarta Simatupang
Located in South Jakarta, the Mercure Jakarta Simatupang boasts stunning rooms, spacious rooftop rum bar and fabulous restaurants, and is complemented by legendary service | www.mercurejakartasimatupang.com.
05). Ragunan Zoo
Located in South Jakarta, the Ragunan Zoo is a favorite attraction for the entire family especially during weekends and school holidays. Covering an area of 140 hectares, the Ragunan Zoo has a collection of 295 species of animals, including Indonesia’s own famous Komodo dragons. Major attraction in the Ragunan Zoo is the Schmutzer Primate Center that houses African Gorillas.
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