Batavia Apartments

Jl K.H. Mas Mansyur Kav. 126, Jakarta, 10220, Indonesia

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Batavia Apartments
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    Value for Money Accomdation for Family!


    Stayed in Batavia Serviced Apartment with 2 good friemds from KL and decided instead of staying in a Hotel, why not a serviced apartment. We enquired online & managed to book it for around USD 100 inclusiove of taxes for a 3 room apartment! Rooms were neat & traveling was easy & as they had taxis waiting for you outside the apartments. Although I strongly recommend you use Bluebird Taxis for your safety!

    Unique Quality: This is a great value for money accomadtion if your traveling in a group that requires 2 to 4 rooms and would fit groups that require space for business discussions! I strongly recommend this place as it is value for money!

    Directions: Central Jakarta

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Forum Posts


by jlpt69

Can anyone kindly tell me the opening hours of Taman Mini Indonesia Indiah?
Does it open every day?(the website of the park does not mention it!)
If I get off at Kampung Rambutan, what mode of transport can access to there? Is it easy to find it? (cos I will visit there on my own way!) A bit nervous!


by kawanua

It took me a while to find that info on their official website. It's only mentioned in the Indonesian version: "pelayanan 7 hari dalam seminggu dan 9 jam dalam sehari. sejak pukul 08.00 sampai dengan pukul 17.00 wib".
Which roughly means: they open 7 days a week, 9 hours a day from 8:00 till 17:00.

Sorry couldn't help you with the transportation question since I've never been there with public transport.


by farah7913

Hi, from kampung rambutan bus station i suggest you to get an "OJEK" (motorbike taxi), rather than public transportation. Just tell him that you want to go to TMII. It is faster and easier. It costs you araoung Rp.10.000,- ($1)


by meiyergani

Hello, previous two posters are right and it was an additional information, from Kampung Rambutan you could take a mini van called ANGKOT by indonesian, it was a minivan with red in color and if i am not mistaken the route number is 12(please confirm to the driver that you will go to TAMAN MINI). If you confuse Please don't hesitate to ask a question on where is to take a minivan with TMII destination to a police nearby ( written in Indonesia as POLISI).
OJEK is a good choice but if you are a foreigner I suggest you to take an ANGKOT.
Have a nice travel meiyergani bogor

Travel Tips for Jakarta

Trolley at the airport

by cokes

When I landed at Soekarno Hatta Jakarta`s International Airport I wanted to get a trolley to put my luggage on just to find out all was taken up by some people who wanted to take your luggage for a fee. I could`nt find any trolley which I could use as I thought this really sucked as I did`nt need no one to push around my luggage , I`m alright doing it myself. So many guys all standing with trolleys thats not in use and they won`t part with it as if it was there`s.

One thing that I also didn`t like about this airport was that there was this crazy queue getting into the airport and everyone is rushing in not willing to give the next person the chance to go in. Everyone seems to be pushing all the time to squeeze in somewhere making double and triple queues.

Look at the caricaturists

by kokoryko

A Betawi (Jakartan) have since long a rebellious and critic tradition and you can see one of its expression on the street next to Gedung Kesenian in Central Jakarta. Oh, no you will not find here violent or acerb critics, but just some artistic painting, nice and interesting caricatures; there are about 20 artists working and exhibiting their works in small kiosks on the street side (picture 1).
You can watch them drawing and painting (picture 2), and if you do not know a lot about local political life, you can also discover some well known faces (picture 3).
There are different styles, some work on photographs, publicise (picture 4)? Other carefully paint, without noticing you (picture 5). It is nice to look at these paints, but except if you know well the local political social cultural and life, you may not be interested in this production.

Jalan Gedung Kesenian

Paintball at Brigade 3234

by Perucha

For those who likes to play a war games in a jungle, u should try this paintball.
Corporates usually do this to get their employees closer and have team work spirit.

Scenario : Players are divided into two equal teams. Each time is assigned to a base. One flag is hung in the center of the field between the two bases.
Objective : To capture the flag and take it to their own base.
Time Limit : Two rounds, 15 minutes per round Price incl. equipment, e.g. military blouse and pant, mask, riffle, bullets (paint ball), etc.

plaza semanggi

by aalayaa about plaza semanggi

a new mall just opened about a couple years ago.
the place is near semanggi, a clover looks road from the 1960s. the ufo shape building (balai sarbini) in the middle is actually old but they make the around building lately to be plaza semanggi.
the place is close to office buildings so it's crowded during weekdays and weekends. you can find giant supermarket in the basement, cinema on the top floor, restaurants, karaoke place, bookshop, etc etc all kind of things

Walking: sport or shopping?

by Goldenboy about Mal Taman Anggrek

This dizzying mall is one of the biggest in South East Asia, located in west Jakarta. The upper floors are occupied by entertainment and food spots, including Olympic size ice skating rink, Cineplex, timezone, and Dapur Anggrek food court with various vendors. Within its bowls are more than 400 tenants and no less than 3 department stores: Rimo, Galeria Matahari and Metro. Some pretty affordable shops but still good quality, obviously the choice is good and often bewildering. Easy to get lost here, if you don’t know. Very popular with Chinese youngsters and also excellent for families with an active kids club. The mall is well managed and makes good use of space in the basement with regular family-oriented and promotional events. The choice of good places to eat is limited and on weekend its over crowded. Place to avoid on weekend for me.


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