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Jakarta, on the island of Java, is Indonesia’s enigmatic capital, offering visitors the chance to experience one of the world’s great cities. With incredible architecture, diverse attractions and a truly unique atmosphere, Jakarta truly deserves its place as one of the top must-see travelling destinations. From stunning temples to riotous theme parks, this captivating city is sure to leave lasting memories for every new visitor.
Accommodation ranges from backpacker hostels to luxury apartments - though the quality can vary hugely, so it is advisable to book through a trusted provider. If you are visiting the city on a business trip, or planning an extended stay, then it might be worth checking out serviced apartments - as these offer an enhanced level of comfort and privacy, whilst offering many of the benefits of a traditional hotel, such as room cleaning and reception. The Squa.re carry a range of such properties, ranging from functional corporate housing to luxury studios - each having been selected for its amenities, high standard of furnishings and range of cooking and cleaning facilities.
Jakarta offers visitors a hugely diverse range of attractions. Of course, as a major city it has a host of superb restaurants, fashionable bars, museums and art galleries; but Jakarta also has things to see that are uniquely its own. The stunning mosques are unlike any others in the world, likewise are the cathedrals. In fact, it is the mixing of religions and cultures that give the city its unique feel and appearance.
Nature lovers will not be found wanting either, there are several nature reserves and national parks just outside of the city, which are easily reachable for day trip excursions. The city itself also has several exquisitely kept parks, with tree-lined walkways, English gardens and lilly ponds.
There are also several fantastic family attractions in the city, including its infamous theme park, pleasure beach and water parks. Many of the aforementioned parks also have recreation facilities, making them a great place to spend an afternoon in the dryer months. For those seeking something a little quieter, there are numerous galleries to enjoy modern and classic art, from local and international talents.
If you are looking for places to eat in Jakarta, then you are sure to be impressed by the sheer range of cuisine on offer. Those seeking to sample traditional, local foods can try Signatures Restaurant or Seasonal Tastes - or for more upmarket options there’s Sana Sini Restaurant and Plataran Menteng. Of course the city also has plenty of international restaurants, with the likes of La Vera Pizza and Akira Back offering great foods from around the world.
Grand Indonesia Shopping Town, Plaza Indonesia and Senayan City are the major shopping destinations in the city. Each offers several floors packed with retailers, restaurants and other entertainments. Grand Indonesia and the Plaza are especially popular with those looking to buy the latest designer fashion goods. If you’re looking to pick up some local produce, then the Jakarta Fruit Market is a huge open air market with sellers from all over the region.
The Taman Mini Indonesia Indah is a must-see for first time visitors, presenting stunning examples of Indonesian culture all within a immaculately kept recreational park. There’s also The National Monument - 132 m tower in the centre of Merdeka Square that is extremely popular with those looking for a photo opportunity. Of course, Ancol Dreamland is arguably the city’s most famous attraction - with plenty of rides and entertainment for all ages.
There are several options for getting around in Jakarta, with the SHIA Express railway and TransJakarta bus services offering a cheap means to get around the city and out to other areas in the country. Hiring a car is also an option, but the city is notorious for traffic jams so if you are travelling by road, the three wheeled ‘bajbajs’ are often a quicker way of getting where you want to go, due to their increased mobility.
Jakarta is the economic powerhouse of the archipelago and centre of business for Indonesia. Banking, trading, financial, and manufacturing are the biggest sectors locally, with services also playing an important role. Bakrie Group, Ciputra Group, Agung Podomoro Group, and Unilever Indonesia are noteworthy firms with bases in the city. Of course, tourism is also increasingly important to the country and many tour providers operate from Jakarta.