Jakarta has rapidly expanded and become a sensational melting pot of cultures from all over Indonesia with various entertaining attractions. It is no wonder, that you will find The Greater Jakarta as a dynamic city with around the clock activities throughout its populated area offers a bunch of things. Unlock the destinations surrounding our hotel that absolutely worth taking time to explore.
Grand Indonesia is the biggest premium mall in Central Jakarta that offers an International shopping experience and wide range of fashion apparels, restaurants and entertainments. Consists of East Mall and West Mall, Grand Indonesia is not only a heaven for the fashionista but also a paradise for those who love to eat with more than hundred of F&B tenants.
Plaza Indonesia is one of the most luxurious shopping mall in Jakarta that well-known for its first-class shopping and lifestyle destinations. This iconic shopping mall which located within walking distance to our hotel has earned domestic and international recognition as Indonesia’s center of fashion, luxury and lifestyle.
Menteng Flea Market is the best places to visit in Jakarta where you can find handmade crafts and merchandise to take home from this city. Some of the signature handicrafts here are mostly wood carvings and vinyl records that you might get the best price with your good bargaining skill.
Monumen Nasional (The National Monument) is one of the top Jakarta’s landmark that locally known as Monas. This 132-meter high structure was built to pay homage to the struggle of Independence with its 14.5 meters ornament reflecting a flame made of bronze and 32 kilograms gold placed on the top of this tower. You might choose either enjoy the view of this amazing piece of architecture from the ground or climb all the way to the top and enjoy the stunning view of the city.
Kota Tua (Jakarta Old Town) is a home to imposing colonial buildings including the former town hall which become a popular destination for both local and foreign tourists. The main charm of Kota Tua is the formation of old museums, which are scattered near to each other. These include Bank Mandiri, Bank Indonesia, Arts & Ceramics, and Wayang Museum that offers each distinct beauty.