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The capital of Indonesia, Jakarta is often titled as a city of contrasts. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country and acts as the gateway to multiple tourist sites. It is a melting pot of cultural backgrounds rich in diversity. All in all, Jakarta is a humble city, having the perfect balance of traditional and contemporary styles. There is something for everyone in the city. If you are up for some archaeological and antique experience, you'll have access to an array of museums. If you wish to spend leisure time amidst nature, there are plenty of parks and reservoirs to choose from. The city is bustling with fully equipped shopping malls and exciting nightlife, one you wouldn't want to miss out on.
Getting to Jakarta
Jakarta is a well-connected city, possessing two main airports. The first Jakarta airport is the Soekarno-Hatta International Airport (IATA code CGK), located in Cengkareng. The other one is the Halim Perdanakusuma Airport (IATA code HLP). Prominent airlines that provide flights to Jakarta include the likes of Singapore Airlines, Emirates Airlines, Thai Airways, Ethiopian Airlines, AirAsia, Japan Airlines, Air China flights, Korean Air, Malaysia Airlines, etc. Other airlines offering direct flights to Jakarta are Qatar Airways, Jet Airways, Etihad Airways, and Oman Air.
Tip - Avoid traveling to Jakarta during peak times. The prices of the flights will go as high as 30%-50% during the peak season. Book the ticket at least four months before departure. To get around the city, you can rely on rental cars or package tours as per your wishes.
Getting Around the City
Starting with the museums; there are over 142 museums in Jakarta. The Monuman Nasional or the National Museum of Indonesia is one of the largest national museums in South East Asia. It is also known as Gedung Gajah (Elephant building) due to the large elephant statue at the entrance. Located at the heart of Merdeka Square, there is a massive tower that is the perfect showcase of the evolution of the Indonesian culture right from prehistoric times. The Jakarta Old Town houses the Jakarta History Museum, Fine Art and Ceramic Museum, Bank Mandiri Museum, Waywang Museum, and Maritime Museum. Apart from this, other visit-worthy museums include The National Gallery of Indonesia and the Jakarta Cathedral Museum. The Istiqlal Mosque is another example of Jakarta's architectural prowess, capable of accommodating around 12,000 people inside. The Galeri Nasional is the center of the Modern Indonesian Art with over 17000 artworks and an open-air cafe as well, for you to sit back and relax.
The Taman Mini Indonesia Indah is a cultural theme park, sprawling over an area of 250 acres located in East Jakarta. You wouldn't want to miss out on some quality family time at the Sea World Ancol; a marine aquarium located in North Jakarta. If you've had enough of history and culture, you should definitely get a pass to the Ancol Luar Biasa, popularly known as Ancol Dreamland. You will find many sporting and amusing rides and activities for both children and adults alike. Located in North Jakarta, the Waterbom Jakarta and Dunia Fantasi are the other options for the adrenaline seeker in you, offering a wide array of rides.
Consisting of an aviary and a primate center, the Ragunan Zoo is one of the most favorite tourist destinations, with over 3000 specimens of animals. If you love being around water on boats and canoes, you should head over Sunda Kelapa, located estuarine of Ciliwung River.
Located in Central Jakarta, Taman Suropati is a serene public park, ideal if you want to escape the hullabaloo of the city life. Other noteworthy places are Jakarta War Cemetery, Kepulauan Seribu Regency (a chain of 342 islands located north of Jakarta's coast) and Taman Fatahillah (the town square).
Tip - Indonesian is the official language of Jakarta. But several other languages like Chinese, Dutch, and English are also prevalent.
Best Areas for Dining and Shopping
There's a reason why Indonesian food is popular across the globe, with Jakarta sitting at the forefront. You can grab some of the best street foods in Gloria Alley in Jakarta Chinatown. The Kemangstreet lights up with live music in the evenings; not many better ways to end the day, is there? You can find some of the best Italian, German and other International cuisines in Jakarta. For authentic street food, Jalan Jaksa and Jalan Sabung should be on the top of your list. You'll find rows of food stalls in these areas, giving you the chance to try out some of the most popular local chefs of the state. Some of the foods that can be tried are Gado-Gado, Indonesian Satay, Fried Lele, to name a few. The Bendungan Hilir, popularly known as Benhil, is yet another prominent center for street food, offering some unique delicacies like Bakso, Martabak, Bubur Ayam and Gorengan.
Jakarta has some of the most extravagant markets and shopping corners for you to choose from. The Glodok Chinatown in West Jakarta is one of the main shopping hotspots. If you have a thing for antiques, then the Jalan Surabaya Flea Market is an ideal choice for you. Pasar Banu is another important market place in Jakarta; and it is one of the oldest spots, having been around from as early as the 1820s. You can also opt for shopping at Pasar Seni Ancol, Tanah Abang Market, Pasar Kembank Cikini (flower market), Pasar Ikan (fish market) and Kemang Street.
Tip- Always carry cash in your wallet. You may not get to use the ATM every time. Also, in many small shops and restaurants, online payment may not be an option.
Best Neighborhoods for Lodging
The most confusing part of any holiday is to find decent accommodation. This is where Trip.com can provide you with multiple options and deals. Mentang, situated in the heart of the city, is one of the most popular locations to stay, thanks to the many local dining and entertainment options. Tanah Abang is another prime location playing host to many luxury and budget hotels. You will also get relatively cheaper accommodations and backpacker hostels in Kota Tua (Old Town) and Jalan Jaskaalso. Other areas you can opt for include Setiabudi, Sudirman Central Business District, Kemang, and Kemayoran.
Tip - Opt for lodgings in close proximity to the places you wish to visit, as you can get heavy traffic during peak hours, which may interfere with your itinerary.
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