Jakarta

Jakarta

Things to do - general

The Special Capital city Jakarta (DKI Jakarta) is the capital city of Indonesia. Jakarta is located on the northwest coast of Java Island. Formerly well known as Sunda Kelapa, Jayakarta, and Batavia. In the international term Jakarta also has the nickname J-Town.

Jakarta has area of ​​arround 661.52 km² with a number of population of 10,187,595 inhabitants (2011). The metropolitan city of ​​Jakarta with a population of almost 28 million people and become the largest metropolitan city in Southeast Asia.

As a city business center, politics, Jakarta is the center of the giant company headquarters, private companies and foreign companies. The city is also the becomethe government and other institutions office. Jakarta has two airports, Soekarno-Hatta Airport – Halim Perdanakusuma, and three seaports in Tanjung Priok area, Sunda Kelapa and Ancol.

Country Indonesia
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Languages spokenIndonesian
Currency usedIDR
Area (km2)661.52

Sports & nature

Bung Karno Main Stadium located at Jalan Pintu Satu Senayan, Gelora, Central Jakarta, Special Capital Region of Jakarta 10270

Bung Karno Sports Arena (Gelora) is a multipurpose sports complex in Senayan, Jakarta. This sports complex is named in honor of Soekarno, Indonesia's first President, who is also a figure who sparked the idea of building this sports complex.

Nightlife info

Night Life Tourist Attractions at Jakarta Area SCBD, Jl. Jend Sudirman Kav. 52-53 Lot. 14, Senayan, South Jakarta, Jakarta Capital Special Region 12190, Indonesia

This place is perfect for those of you who just want to relax while chatting with your colleagues and relatives. The main attraction at Lucy In The Sky is in the mini pool located right on the edge of the roof. You can sit in a lounge chair placed on the edge of the pool or stand while talking with your friend

Culture and history info

Fatahillah Museum at Jalan Taman Fatahillah No.1, Pinangsia, Tamansari, West Jakarta Municipality, Special Capital Region Jakarta 11110

This building was formerly the City Hall of Batavia VOC (Dutch: Stadhuis van Batavia) built in 1707-1710 by order of Governor-General Johan van Hoorn. The building resembles the Dam Palace in Amsterdam, consisting of a main building with two wings in the east and west and sanding buildings

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