Mar 5, 2020 - Mar 6, 2020

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Where to stay in Jakarta

The capital of Indonesia and home to nine million people, the sprawling city of Jakarta is the hub of the country’s government, business, finance, economy and trade with a wealth of luxurious hotels to reflect that position.

Metropolitan Jakarta offers a wide range of five-star hotels from those located in exclusive high-rise buildings in the center to popular and roomy hotels on the leafier and greener outskirts of the city. Since most people opting to spend time in the capital are likely to be passing through on the way to or from places like Bali or Lombok, it is advised to pick a hotel near the area you want to explore due to the time that can be lost in traffic.

With limited public transport, however, the best way to travel around Jakarta is by rental car, taxi or by organised tour. If you are staying far from where you want to visit, be prepared for the inevitable jams, especially when moving around during peak hours and into popular districts, such as the business areas and the Old Batavia.

Hotels in Jakarta

1. Raffles Jakarta

The classic Raffles Jakarta is centrally located in the heart of the business district of Jakarta and is linked to the Ciputra Artpreneur Center, the only multi-art center in Indonesia. This five-star choice features luxurious rooms, a business center, kids’ playground, fitness center, outdoor swimming pool, tennis court and spa/wellness center.

2. Kemang Icon

To be found in the heart of Kemang in a row of traditional Betawinese and luxury residences, the Kemang Icon features just 12 individually-designed guest rooms each providing a cool and relaxed setting for your Jakarta stay. Guests can also enjoy the hotel's outdoor swimming pool as well as the children’s swimming area.

3. Holiday Inn Express Jakarta Pluit Citygate

Although a lesser-priced hotel, this three-star choice is perfectly placed close to many of the city’s attractions with the Emporium Shopping Mall also attached to the property. Ancol Dreamland is on the doorstep, while Pluit Central Business district is just a short distance away. The hotel also hosts a fitness room and provides a complimentary express start breakfast.

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PT Amir Hajar Kilsi
PT Amir Hajar KilsiIndonesian Restaurants

Jakarta is a city in Indonesia that you really need to visit because this city is very miteropolitan with Asian culinary snacks that you really like.

geminitravellerQuezon City, Philippines

Setting aside traffic, there is much more to Jakarta than meets the eye. It is a dynamic city and needs getting used too. I love the people. I only stayed for a short while but I want to stay longer next time.

Syafrin Travapedia
Syafrin TravapediaJakarta, Indonesia

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


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.


The least expensive month is October, with an average of AED 124 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Jakarta is February, with an average price of AED 195 per night.
The average price of a hotel in February last year was AED 133 per night. This is 11% less than the average nightly price of AED 149 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Jakarta, the expected average temperature in February is 27.1°C/80.7°F. The warmest month is typically September, which averages 33.0°C/91.4°F. The coolest month is August, with temperatures averaging 22.9°C/73.2°F.
The nearest airport to Jakarta is Halim Perdana Kusuma (HLP) (8.02km). Other nearby airports include: Soekarno-Hatta (24.02km)

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