Prasada Mansion

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

JL. Komando Raya No.6, Setiabudi, Jakarta, 12920, Indonesia
Prasada Mansion
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  • Families100
  • Couples42
  • Solo50
  • Business50

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what shouldn't I miss

by southwinds

Would appreciate ideas on what I shouldn't miss in a short visit to Jakarta this weekend and early next week.

I appreciate the ideas on the webpage but would like to know what a local would recommend and possibly meet.

Thanks for your ideas

Re: what shouldn't I miss

by mansionion


I'm not from Jakarta but visit the city often - heading there again this weekend. For 1st time visitor like you, its depends on what you like to do/see. I recomend the old city Kota in North Jakarta (take the Busway to Kota halt then walk from there). There are a couple of museums/art galery in Kota area. Check out also Jakarta's landmark Monas in central Jakarta. The Taman Mini Indonesia Indah in the out skirt of the city also worth to check out for insight into the archipelagoes' various ethnic group & culture.


Re: what shouldn't I miss

by sukalejong

If you like to see traditional performance you come at the right time.
You can come to Grand Indonesia Mall to see some performance and film from/about Indonesia dryland farmer. Those program is part of photography exhibition about dryland culture in Indonesia.
I enclosed the schedule:
Friday, 22 Agustus 2008
11.00 : Sodoran dance from Tengger, East Java
11.45 : Film: "Menanam untuk Papua" dan
"Papua Untuk Dunia" (Papua-Merauke)
15.00 : Choir from Bina Vokalia Pranadjaja
16.00 : Film: "Numbai Lemah Cai" (Jawa Barat)

5. Saturday, 23 Agustus 2008
11.00 : Burung Kuayang dance from Suku Bonai Rokan Hulu, Riau
11.45 : Film: "Adat Leluhur di Kaki Halimun" dan
"Abah Anom-The City Dwellers"
14.00 : Drawing contest
15.00 : Burung Kuayang dance from Suku Bonai Rokan Hulu, Riau
15.45 : Angklung performance from SMA 3 Bandung
18.00 : Film: "Menyusuri Suku Anak Dalam"
dan "Cerita dari Negeri Petani-Jakarta"

6. Minggu, 24 Agustus 2008
11.00 : Burung Kuayang dance from Suku Bonai Rokan Hulu, Riau
11.45 : Film: "Merajut Gambut" (Borneo) & \
"Orang Rimba" (Jambi)
14.00 : Choir from Y2K
16.00 : Angklung Buhun performance from Suku Baduy, Banten

I hope you will enjoy it

Travel Tips for Jakarta

When you come to Indonesia...,...

by dianinparis

When you come to Indonesia..., Visiting BALI is a must. It is known as the Island of God. It takes about 1 hr 20 minutes by flight.It is definitely worth to visit !

The Beautiful picture here is a picture of a village in Singaraja. Bali

some pointers on how to get along with Indonesians

by latte18

Indonesians are generally friendly people. They're kind and unassuming to most foreigners, especially Westerners (affectionately dubbed "bule" by most Indonesians). But there are some NO NOs that cannot be done in front of an Indonesian., so if you want to get along well with Indonesians during your visit here, here are some pointers:

- Always use your right hand when shaking other people's hand or offering something. Also it's generally required to shake hands (with your right hand) if you're being introduced to someone.

- Eating with your bare hands is a norm here. But again only use your right hand to take your food. Do not begin eating when the host hasn't started yet.

- Indonesians are very easy going. People expect you to be patient and polite. Lose your cool and you'll not get on too good with locals

- Touching someone's head, especially someone older, is a big NO NO.

- Despite being the country with the largest muslim population, the Islam practiced here is very moderate thus drinking at bars and clubs is one of locals' favorite pastimes in Jakarta. But, exercise your common sense in this situation and don't exhibit rude behaviors in front of Indonesians. After all, we're still Easterners :)

Jogging at Merdeka Square

by mkurniawan

Merdeka Square is the Jakarta city forest situated in the center of city, its suitable for morning jogging or afternoon jogging, plenty of lush trees made the area fresh and reduce the Jakarta population. Here also stand National Monument and several statue, the most famous statue is Diponegoro Statue, the National heros against the Dutch.

Merdeka square beleived as The biggest open square in the World head to the President Palace compared with Tianamen in Beijing, China, Gorky Park in Moscow, Russia, even Lafayette Park, Washington D.C, USA.. Jogging Shoes.

The Horses to Kurusetra at night

by ukirsari

Finding this when the night fall is beautiful. Artician I Nyoman Nuarta already re-make this Horses of Kurusetra with "special effect" running .... And, find The National Monument [Monas] as the background of this statue.

the first of its kind

by latte18 about Pondok Indah Mall

Opened circa 1992, this is the mall that started the mall revolution in Jakarta. Located in the posh residential neighborhood of Pondok Indah (the Beverly Hills of Jakarta), the mall is not quite trendy nor popular anymore with Jakarta elites. Nevertheless, it is still packed with families especially during weekends and public holidays.

The malls features the first branch of Singapore-based department store, Metro and offers numerous shops, eateries, a cinema, and a food cort. Adjacent to the mall is a popular water park with climbing wall facilities.


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Address: JL. Komando Raya No.6, Setiabudi, Jakarta, 12920, Indonesia