Jakarta

12 Dec 2018 - 13 Dec 2018

2 guests - 1 room

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What are travellers saying about Jakarta?

9.8
Foodies
8.7
Family Travellers
8.1
Adventure Travellers
7.6
Business Travellers
7.1
Nightlife Lovers
Member reviews (239)
Syafrin Travapedia
Syafrin TravapediaJakarta
01/10/2015

Many places to visit and have lots choices for foods. You can find food from all over Indonesia here.

vermachi
vermachi
16/09/2014

A bustling and lively capital city of Indonesia. You will have a taste of food, entertainment and lifestyle of this rising consumer nation. Just be patient with the traffic.

Harold
HaroldBrooklyn
07/10/2016

This sprawling metropolis represents 2 things that I love -- big cities and Indonesia. Unfortuantely, the big city is just a bit too big for her infrastructure so the traffic and grit make travel here feel a bit constrained. A difficult place for pedestrians. Plan to spend a lot of time in traffic but look forward to the reward of good food and gorgeous enclaves once you can find them.

Baxter Jackson
Baxter JacksonNizwa
06/01/2017

Jakarta is the teeming, broiling megalopolis of my formative years. Being a expat brat at Jakarta International School (JIS), I found my fair share of mischief to get into but still found the cultural differences to be fascinating and I certainly didn't mind being called 'Tuan Jackson' (Lord Jackson). Rackino, our houseboy, Pok Pono, our gardener and Sithswardi, our driver were all too willing to indulge me in my never ending quest for even more powerful fireworks. The kampong was never so much fun with them as my guides through the long nights of Ramadan and the eternal stories of the shadowy world of the Wayang Kulit that played out just on the other side of our concrete and bobbed wire fence. My only regret is that I didn't pay more attention in my Bahasa Indonesian class at JIS.

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