The Bung Karno Sports Complex

The Bung Karno Sports Complex: Jakarta’s Sports, Conventions and Entertainment Center Jakarta the capital city of Indonesia is also the sports capital of the nation. Located in the heart of the metropolis by the grand Sudirman avenue is the Senayan Sports Complex , recently renamed the Bung Karno Sports Complex, or  the Gelanggang Olah Raga Bung Karno in Bahasa Indonesia. This a […]
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Taman Mini Indonesia Indah

Taman Mini Indonesia Indah or Beautiful Indonesia in Miniature Park is an extensive culture-based park, the prime showcase of Indonesia’s rich cultural and natural diversity located in East Jakarta. Popularly known as Taman Mini, the core of the Park are 26 exclusive replicas of traditional houses of chieftains found throughout the Indonesian archipelago from Aceh […]
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Sunda Kelapa Harbour

The older parts of Jakarta offer the chance to view the sceneries of the past. Explore Sunda Kelapa Harbor and other places of interest to the fullest, where modernity and remnants of the past can still be found. Here, aside from Sunda Kelapa Harbor, you can found Harbor-Master Tower (Menara Syahbandar), Maritime Museum (Museum Bahari), […]
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Paradiso Resort

Paradiso is a resort consisting of four isles within Thousand Islands Jakarta: Kahyangan, Bidadari, Onrust and Kelor.  All of them offers spectacular views of both the forest and sea. The name Paradiso indeed comes from Paradise, for Kahyangan in Indonesian means Heaven in English, and Bidadari means Angel. Activities offered: Visiting the ruins of VOC’s (Dutch […]
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Old Batavia

In its heydays in the 16th century, Batavia was known as “The Queen of the East” and “the Jewel of Asia”. Its Sunda Kelapa harbour was abuzz with merchant vessels from Europe, China, India and from throughout the Indonesian archipelago, loading in and sailing away with precious nutmegs, pepper, tea, coffee, ceramics, cloths and other exotic products of the time. The warehouses were […]
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Istiqlal Mosque

First opened to the public by Indonesia’s first President, Soekarno, on 22 February 1978, the grand Istiqlal Mosque of Jakarta is the largest mosque in South East Asia both in structure and capacity, as it can accommodate congregations of up to 120,000 people. Located at Jalan Taman Wijaya Kusuma in Central Jakarta, on the north […]
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Jakarta: Dining Experience in Metropolitan City

Jakarta today offers an excellent variety of sophisticated fine dining restaurants located in many parts of this sprawling metropolitan city. The best Indonesian cuisine and international restaurants are found in unique surroundings as they are located in elegant and well appointed colonial buildings that enhance that special nostalgic atmosphere of fine, graceful dining  like in […]
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