Hotels in Jakarta, Indonesia
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- Thamrin City Shopping Mall
- Ancol Dreamland
- Puppet Museum (Museum Wayang)
- Pondok Indah Golf and Country Club
- Jakarta International Expo
- Block M Square
- Mangga Dua
- National Museum of Indonesia
- Kota Kasablanka Mall
- Mega Kuningan
- General Soedirman
- Jakarta Convention Center
- Kuningan City Mall
- Merdeka Square
- Mal Kelapa Gading
- Summarecon Mall Serpong
Best hotels in Jakarta
Jakarta is the capital and largest city of Indonesia. Jakarta and its immediate surroundings are one of the most populated urban capital regions in the world and the most populous in Southeast Asia. The city is the economic and cultural capital of the country. Established in the fourth century as a shipping port, it remains one of the busiest ports in the world. Jakarta is known for its numerous tourist attractions and is the seat of the ASEAN Secretariat. Choosing the right Jakarta hotel that suits your requirements and budget is made easier with Hotels.com, which offers you a host of genuine guest reviews, real-time images and service ratings and even images of the various hotels and their surroundings. Hotels.com also provides a variety of dos and don'ts that you should follow while in Jakarta as well as other useful local to ensure you have a great holiday or business trip.
Jakarta is a truly historic city offering both man-made tourist attractions as well as several natural ones. A must visit for any sightseer is the Ancol Dream Park, a 24x7 amusement park that houses various rides, an integrated water park and a stage for various performances, a sea world and even an arts center. The park sports fun activities like bowling, paintball and wakeboarding. On the historical side is the National Museum, built over two centuries ago. The museum is located in the center of Jakarta city and houses exhibits of archeological, historical, and geographical importance.
Getting around Jakarta
Another tourist must-see is the city's national monument, located in the center of Merdeka Square. The monument is a symbol of Indonesia fight for independence and is a major tourist attraction of the region. Tourists should pay a visit to Jakarta's National Gallery, which houses a collection of cultural, historical and visual arts. And for those of you who love shopping, Jakarta is a proverbial shopper's paradise, with offerings from high-end luxury brands, to super budget friendly street shops that offer some unique novelties. The city spots some highly unique local and international cuisine that is a must try! With over 10 million cars and a limited rapid transit system, travelling around Jakarta can get pretty hectic. Since, Jakarta was developed with road networks as priority, it's best to travel around by taxi or car rental. But, it's highly recommended to do your sightseeing on foot, as it'll offer you convenience and a good start to your day. So, head on down to bustling Jakarta and book your Jakarta hotels with Hotels.com.
Jakarta travel guides
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