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Area Information

Jakarta is the largest city in Indonesia and the capital of the country. It is located on the northwest coast of Java. Jakarta serves as the economic, cultural and political centre populated with more than nine million people. Jakarta offers a unique diversity of tribes, languages, cultures and traditions. The city boasts an amusement park, skyscrapers, high fashion shopping centres, fine culinary dining, research institutions and cultural organizations that add to its tourist appeal.

Business Information

Jakarta’s economy depends heavily on financial service, trade and manufacturing. Industries in Jakarta include electronics, automotive, chemicals, mechanical engineering and biomedical sciences manufacturing. A few of the companies based in Jakarta include PT Lapindo Brantas, BULOG, Elex Media Komputindo, Gunung Agung, Infomedia Nusantara, Kompas-Gramedia Group and Lippo Group. There are many high and low rise options for office space in Jakarta.

Entertainment And Dining Out

A visit to the historic old town of Batavia (Kota) will remind you of the cities colonial roots. Like stepping back in time, you’ll find several excellent museums to help you understand Jakarta’s beginnings. The Turkuaz Restaurant offers traditional and authentic Turkish cuisine and friendly atmosphere. Reservations are recommended for this popular restaurant. Jakarta dining offers many warungs or street stalls. Each of these stalls has their own special dish or drink.

Transport Information

The closest major airport to Jakarta, Indonesia is Soekarno–Hatta International Airport. This airport is 27 km (17 miles) from the centre of Jakarta and is the busiest in Indonesia. A Bajaj is a three-wheeled vehicle often used for short distances. Bajaj are not allowed on some of the main streets like Jalan Thamrin, Sudirman and Gatot Subroto. Transjakarta is a Bus Rapid transit system for inner-city transportation and a Mass Rapid Transit railway system is currently under construction, due for completion in 2016.

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