The Park Lane Jakarta

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

Jalan Casablanca at Kuningan, Jakarta, Java, 12870, Indonesia
The Park Lane Jakarta
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Good For Business
  • Families75
  • Couples50
  • Solo78
  • Business85

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5 Star Hotel near Embassies

by yellowbell about Park Lane Jakarta

The room is spacious and well-lit. Since this is a businessman's hotel, it has an office table complete with stationeries and internet access.

Coffee/tea maker, cable TV, refrigerator large comfortable beds

It has a grand lobby where you can wait for your transfers to the airport.

Staff is courteous and friendly. Large bathroom (1/3 of the room) with tub and oversized mirror and marble top. Toiletries and bathrobe are provided.

The room comes with Asian and Western buffet breakfast at the lower ground.


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Forum Posts

Jakarta city map

by jlpt69

Can tourists get a real and reliable Jakarta city map at the tourist information counter in the airport?

Re: Jakarta city map

by dewigotama

Yes of course, if you can't find any in the airport go and buy to the nearest bookstore (Gramedia, Toko Gunung Agung, TGA Bookstore) most probably located in Malls, the nearest one would in Mega Mall Pluit.

The Map of course reliable but it's still hard to find any specific places like houses in Jakarta especially places located in the alley due to awful road signage and bad landmark. You should ask pedestrian around if you can't find the place that you're looking for.

Travel Tips for Jakarta

Slumdog millionaire (only in movies ! )

by kokoryko

Many of you certainly have watched this 2009 movie: Slumdog millionaire. It is a nice optimistic story, told with lots of humour and sensitivity, but is further from real life than VT from real travel! Well, nothing to laugh or no romantics here; but also no tourist voyeurism, unsound mind, no sordid realism, just another side of life. . . . Be prepared for some views many people would find unpleasant, not necessary touristy; on the pictures here, people are far, just wanted to show some hidden side, when you walk around in North Jakarta. On the first picture, is the fish market main hall, seen from a watchtower belonging to the Maritime museum; on the other pictures are other views of the area, and the last one has been taken from a very touristy place.

Paintball: experience the battlefield w/o the fear

by latte18

Just like your childhoold cowboys and Indians game, paintball requires you to crawl, hide, assault, and shoot to kill your opponents. Best to be played with a group of friends, Paintball might sound easy but it requires a lot of strategy to win the game and to avoid getting hit by the paint bullets (which hurts!)

Splash, located in the expat enclave of Kemang, offers great paintball and close quarter battle (CQB) games. The open paintball field is furnished with several huge circular, triangular, and squarish balloons to provide shield, and a huge direct combat area. The package buys you paintball-safe clothing, military boots, goggles, body protectors, a weapon with 50 paint bullets.

Indonesian Crafts

by traveldream about "Pasaraya" & "Sarinah"

If you're staying for a short time in Indonesia and don't have time to explore more of it except Jakarta, you can see and buy Indonesian crafts at these department stores:

Located on Jalan Iskandarsyah II/2, Blok M, South Jakarta.

Located on Jalan M.H. Thamrin, Central Jakarta.
Website: Indonesian motif: dresses, shirts, table clothing set, wallets, handkerchief, masks etc.
Hand-weaved blankets etc.
Wood crafts: puppets (wayang golek), masks, wind chime, etc.
Silver crafts: necklaces, earrings, bracelets, anklets, rings, etc.
Leather crafts: puppets (wayang kulit), wallets, etc.
Bamboo crafts: wind chime, angklung (traditional music instrument from West Java), etc.

And many more.

Time to drink

by citrayahya about Second Floor

Located in the Kemang Area, Second Floor offers a different vibe than other night clubs. Once you enter, you have to climb the stairs to reach the first floor (and they named it second floor ?!?). There aren't many decorations in sight, but the place is rich in red color. Along side the bar, you'll spot comfy sofas and two TV screens. The music offers a variety of selections. A DJ will play some pop, rock, techno and even classic disco. On sprecifi hours, you can hear some live music, a vocalist and a keyboardist. The coolest thing about this place is that drinks are cheap! A tequila shot costs only Rp. 10.000! Worst thing is, the only wash basin isn't inside the washroom, so sometimes you can see people vomit after many drinks. No drugs. No weapons. No sandals.


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Address: Jalan Casablanca at Kuningan, Jakarta, Java, 12870, Indonesia