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On the northwest coast of Java Island, Jakarta is the capital of a young country but an ancient civilization.

Temples and mosques date back to the time of ancient Hindu and Islamic kingdoms. Cuisine reveals waves of ethnic influence from Indonesia and around the world, and grand colonial architecture gives way to soaring skyscrapers. Recently independent, Jakarta embraces a forward-looking attitude, yet holds its vibrant traditions close.

-°C / -°F Rupiah (IDR) Indonesian, Betawi Javanese, Chinese Soekarno-Hatta International Airport (CGK)

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  1. Biasa
    Jalan Kemang Raya No. 20, Kemang
    1. Biasa
    Jalan Kemang Raya No. 20, Kemang

    Italian-born designer Susanna Perini debuted her Biasa line of elegant, yet relaxed, resort wear handwoven and stitched by local artisans in Seminyak in 1994. As demand grew, so did locations, including a boutique in Jakarta. Committed to working with local artists, Perini has since opened Biasa Art Space, a contemporary art gallery featuring forward-thinking exhibits.

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  2. Bogor Botanical Gardens
    Jalan Ir. Haji Juanda No.13,
    2. Bogor Botanical Gardens
    Jalan Ir. Haji Juanda No.13,

    Explore 210 fragrant, tropical acres at the Bogor Botanical Gardens south of Jakarta. The oldest botanical garden in southeast Asia, it’s bursting with thousands of exotic plant, tree and flower species. Meticulously maintained, explore a Dutch cemetery, a garden wild with resplendent French roses, a Mexican desertscape dotted with cactus and agave, and an impressive orchid collection.

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  3. Ferry from Marina Ancol
    Ferry from Marina Ancol
    3. Ferry from Marina Ancol
    Ferry from Marina Ancol

    Dotting the shallow seas just north of the city, are the Thousand Islands set in Indonesia's azure waters. Bright fish cruise idly alongside the coral reefs and thickets of mangrove trees privide shelter for a host of bird species. A short ferry trip from Marina Ancol, a the islands are ideal for snorkeling and reef diving, or simply a quiet afternoon shoreside.

  4. Jalan Surabaya flea market
    Menteng, central Jakarta
    4. Jalan Surabaya flea market
    Menteng, central Jakarta

    A dizzying array of wares spills from the stalls of this renowned open-air market. Glowing brass ships' lanterns, brightly painted wayang golek figures and dark wood tribal masks catch the eye. Enameled vessels and glittering art deco rhinestone brooches beg a second look. Vintage LPs are a particular find, as well as the Victrolas that pre-date them. In the best tradition of antique markets, each vendor's stall is a densely packed mystery of treasures, waiting to be discovered.

  5. National Museum
    Jl. Medan Merdeka Barat No.12, Kota Jakarta Pusat, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta
    5. National Museum
    Jl. Medan Merdeka Barat No.12, Kota Jakarta Pusat, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta

    Built in 1862, the comprehensive collections within this heritage-focused museum tell the stories of the diverse peoples of Southeast Asia. View serene statues of deities from Hindu-Buddhist traditions across Indonesia, and exquisite gold and jewels in the Treasure Rooms.

  6. Wayang Museum
    Jl. Pintu Besar Utara No. 27
    6. Wayang Museum
    Jl. Pintu Besar Utara No. 27

    Set alongside several folk and fine arts museums lining Fatahillah Square, the Wayang Museum is dedicated to Javanese shadow puppetry. Housed in a neo-Renaissance building that was a former Dutch church, it is now filled with cabinets displaying intricate Indonesian wayang and a collection of antique southeast Asian puppets.

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Keraton At The Plaza
A Luxury Collection Hotel, Jakarta

Jl. MH. Thamrin Kav. 15
Jakarta
10350 Indonesia

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Keraton At The Plaza A Luxury Collection Hotel, Jakarta

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Keraton Spa Keraton Spa

Relax and rejuvenate with customized treatments and massages using decadent Decléor, Clé de Peau, and Shiseido products in the eight treatment rooms at the batik-inspired spa.

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15-Meter Covered Pool 15-Meter Covered Pool

Set beneath a covered canopy, the infinity-edge pool with open windows gives the sense that you're floating above the city below.

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Bengawan Bengawan

Named after the Javanese word for "river", the hotel's award-winning restaurant is perched on the seventh floor with indoor and outdoor seating, each with spectacular views of Jakarta.

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