Jakarta is the capital city of Indonesia, located at the northern coast at the western part of the island of Java. It is a mixture of a city and a big village. In some places you can see high-rise buildings and luxurious hotels and shopping centres, and in the others you can see small houses with poor environment.
From the Jakarta Travel Guide
Basic place but really recommend this place as the family running Hippo are really lovely and it is more a homestay than a hostel stay. The owner family were very friendly, helpful and took great care of us. ... more
I really enjoyed staying at Hunny Hostel, there's everything you need and everything is clean. The staff is very helpful and speaks very good English. They didn't even mind our arrival at 2 am. :) ... more
Anara House is ten minutes away by foot from CITOS, a famous mall in South Jakarta. We had a little bit of problem trying to find which house in the Jalan Cilandak X street it was because the sign was so small and was just printed on a white paper with YELLOW ink. When I got to the hotel, it was to my surprise more than what I expected it to be. ... more
Hotel in Jakarta
Hi, I am going to be in Jakarta this August and looking for a good hotel. Any one here able to tell me which the hotel that deserve the money? below $80 is accepted. ...
Hi! Me and a friend are landind in Jakarta early July and we're just looking at where to stay. Normally I'm well up for roughing it and just seeing when I get there, but our flight gets in late and we kind of want to treat ourselves a bit, airport pick up etc. I know, we've given in!! Anyways, can ...
accommodation in Jakarta?
Hi - just left Jakarta today after spending 3 days there - stayed in Hotel Margot on Jalan Jaksa - if you find it too expensive then there is loads of other budget accomdation on the same backpacker street. ...
We landed at Jakarta airport right on schedule at 11:00pm. This flight felt the longest after seeming so close from Hong Kong but it was still another 4.5 hours flying and in pretty cramped quarters. I had always heard great things about Cathy Pacific but this was nothing to write home about (oh ...
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