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The capital city of Indonesia, Jakarta is a metropolis unlike any other. A visit here is a treat for all your senses; modern architecture blends into heritage buildings, various aromas liven up the atmosphere, local dialects make their way to your ears and consequently your heart as you take in this city's chaotic beauty.
Known for its hospitality, Jakarta is sure to claim your wanderlust- filled heart with its museums, warm citizens and its famous flea markets. Tourist attractions like Museum Nasional, Lapangan Banteng, Ancol Luar Biasa, Jin de Yuan, and Mesjid Istiqlal are all must visits.
Indian tourists in Jakarta
Over the years millions of individuals having origins in the Indian Subcontinent slowly made Indonesia their home. With many temples and gurudwaras established throughout the country, traces of Indian and Hindu traditions can be found in plenty. A large number of Indian expats live in areas like Simprug, PondoKindah, and Permata Hijau.
Indian tourists can avail of the Visa on arrival facility, which is valid for 30 days. Available at airports and sea entry points, you can even extend this for an additional month.
Hotels in Jakarta
The city offers a wide variety of options for travelers. Budget hotels in Jakarta, majorly concentrated in areas like Kb Sayur, tend to have air- conditioned rooms and attached bathrooms.
Opt for a Jakarta hotel in Thamrin and Hasyim if you are looking at mid- priced hotels. Most three-star hotels have swimming pools, laundry and room services, shopping arcades, and other entertainment avenues.
The city boasts of numerous five-star hotels for those who want to indulge on a lavish stay. Most of the best hotels in Jakarta are based in North and West Jakarta. These offer world-class facilities and help you gear up to experience the vibrancy of the city.
If you are here on business, it is important to live near the city's central business district (CBD). Encompassing the Golden Triangle Area and Menteng, business hotels in Jakarta let you enjoy additional facilities that complement your work purposes.
Things to remember
- The best time to visit Jakarta is from May to September when the city experiences a dry climate
- Remove your footwear before entering any religious institution
- Drink only bottled water and beverages to avoid contracting any diseases
This city is becoming more than just a gateway to exotic Indonesia locales and for all the right reasons! While it is integral you pack your camera and shoes in order to truly cherish its attractions, it is just as important to book your hotel in advance to ensure a comfortable stay. Browse various Jakarta hotels, avail of exclusive deals, and much more with the Cleartrip app.
*All prices displayed here are indicative, prices will vary based on your dates of travel.