Appartement de Lie Lien: 2 lits Kota Jakarta Barat avec Jardin privé Piscine privée

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1 lit simple d'appoint

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It is a bright and spacious newly furnished 100 sqm top floor condo with 2 large bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a living room, a dining, a fully equipted open kitchen, and an unblocked city view balcony, all fully air conditioned, and with full amenities. Swimming pool, gym, garden, terrace and function hall is located on the 5th floor of the condo building. Paid full body massage and foot reflexology spa on the 1st floor of the mall, large food court with all kind of cuisine is located on level 2, and Starbucks Coffee is on the main floor of the mall. The building is a new build ( approx a year old ) with a total of 27 floors and the only superblock condo with a new combined mall in Jakarta Chinatown area, whereby you can get almost everything for your daily need. It is located in the heart of the oldest and busiest trading area, giving easy access to business centers and is supported by complete transportation modes. The Trans Jakarta Glodok Bus Stop is within 150 m from the location so that it can be reached on foot. The Central Railway Station (Beos) which is the station for  inter-city train and future Jakarta MRT Station is only 10 minutes walk. By walking or short mins drive, you can visit many Jakarta tourist attractions. National Monument is 9 minutes drive (4.5 km), Hotel Indonesia Roundabout is 15 minutes drive (6.6 km), Pasar Pagi Mangga Dua is 6 minutes drive (1.7 km), Soekarno Hatta International Airport is 28 minutes drive (22 km). When you arrive my helper will meet you at the condo lobby and show you to the unit, she will also prepare new sheets and towels for you, but she is not living in. I have 2 units of the same size in the location and floor, it is a secondary homes, and mostly use by children when they have work holiday to visit. In addition, if you would like to get away from busy Jakarta, I have a Mountain Holiday Villa at Puncak, about 2 hours drive from Jakarta. It is a 5 bedroom villa for 13 pax. I WOULD LIKE TO TRAVEL TO KARLSRUHE GERMANY TO VISIT MY DAUGHTER, highly appreciated, if anybody has interest to do a reciprocal or non reciprocal exchange.

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Historic Chinese Heritage Town in Jakarta - Jakarta Chinatown or ‘Glodok’ as referred to by locals, is one of the capital’s historically significant sites. It’s the only place in Jakarta where you can eat traditional Chinese food, shop for anything from Chinese herbal remedies to cut-price electronics, and enjoy sightseeing walks around exotic Chinese temples, some of which have stood the tests of time and are silent witnesses to the formation of Jakarta as Indonesia’s capital city. Profuse with history and Chinese heritage, Jakarta Chinatown is always included on tours to the Jakarta Old Town area, where you can enjoy a nostalgic walk with hints of far eastern architecture dominating the streetscapes. You will find numerous 17th century-old temples forming part of the townscape. In between are rows of family-run shops and restaurants. The oldest landmarks include several temples at its town hub, which the locals refer to as pusat Glodok or the ‘Glodok centre’, just a 2 mins walking distance from our condo building. The narrow route is also known as the main street market of the same name, where you’ll find rows of Chinese shops and vendors akin to a kung-fu movie scene. Come around Lunar New Year and see Chinese lanterns and red banners adorning the street.

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Here’s a list of best attractions in Jakarta that will help you explore the main highlights and must-see places to visit in this sprawling metropolis: Jakarta Old Town - is often referred to as Kota Tua Jakarta or Old Batavia which also include Jakarta Chinatown, rich in history as the former downtown area of the capital and headquarters of the Dutch East India Company. Throughout town you can admire buildings with architectural features of a bygone era, and most of Jakarta’s museums can be found here. Restoration efforts of deteriorating structures are underway, pushing the old town to be included in UNESCO’s world heritage list. Chinatown @ Jakarta Old Town - is both an historical and culturally significant site, often referred to as Glodok. Chinatown is located adjacent Kota Tua, Jakarta’s old town, sharing the nostalgic ambiance of the whole area, with far eastern architecture dominating the streetscapes. You can find numerous 17th century-old temples forming part of the townscape, among the dominant rows of family-run shops and restaurants. Puppet Museum @ Jakarta Old Town - Learn about Javanese puppetry via curious displays of puppets and dolls and watch an entertaining show performed by master puppeteers. Delve into the fascinating world of puppetry. Discover one of Indonesia’s most extensive collections of wayang puppets, with examples from Cambodia, India and Europe. Be entertained by skilled puppeteers and purchase samples of wayang as keepsakes. In the Puppet Museum see a showcase of wayang, a traditional Javanese puppet drama that originated prior to the 1100s. It is a form of shadow puppetry, with images cast onto a screen by elaborate figures set on rods. Wayang plays are often based on mythical scenes taken from the Hindu religion. They can also interpret current and political events in a comedic manner. Wayang puppets come in all shapes and sizes. Browse the collections of Indonesian leather puppets from regions such as Banyumas, Cirebon, Kedu and Surakarta. Inspect examples of rarities, including the Revolusi (Revolution) figures, in addition to wooden wayang from the Bandung region and masks from Bali. Pay attention to the intricate detail of the faces and the craftsmanship of the costumes. The collection of international objects includes pieces from as far away as France and Surinam. Visit the museum on a Sunday to attend a wayang presentation. Marvel at the puppeteer’s ability to control the puppets and imitate lifelike movements. Sit behind the stage to fully appreciate the puppet master’s talents and see musicians playing Javanese gamelan music. At the start of a performance the figures that symbolize good line up on the right side of the stage while those representing evil stand to the left. The museum is housed in the building of a former church located on the edge of Fatahillah Square in the historic Jakarta Kota Tua district. The Jakarta History Museum and the Museum of Fine Arts and Ceramics are among other attractions that line the square. Public buses stop close to the museum. From here, walk south to the Stasiun Jakartakota train station in 5 minutes. The Puppet Museum is open from Tuesday to Sunday and has an admission fee. Take a guided tour of the museum’s exhibits for a full appreciation of this unique art. Sunda Kelapa Habour @ Jakarta Old Town - is a bustling city harbor that has been in use since as far back as the 1100s. Visit this place where dockworkers load and unload ships bound for the islands of the Indonesian archipelago as they have done for centuries. Sunda Kelapa was the principal port of the former Sunda Kingdom between the 13th and 16th centuries. The Dutch East India Company took the port in 1619 and began the foundation of Batavia (present-day Jakarta). Take your time to admire the age-old pinisi boats, which are wooden sailing vessels built by the tribe’s people of the South Sulawesi province. They form part of a fleet delivering supplies and merchandise to Indonesia’s many islands and islets on a daily basis. Note the boats’ tall twin masts and the brightly painted hulls. Ask the captains about the possibility of stepping onboard and taking a look around a ship. Arrive early in the morning to witness the liveliest action. Observe as hardened workers carry goods, including coal, spices and timber, to and from the boats. Marvel as they deftly run along narrow and wobbly gangplanks while supporting heavy loads on their backs. Take a guided tour of the area on a motorized dinghy. See boats sailing into the harbor and spot the polygon-shaped lighthouses. Visit a fish market and listen as stall owners shout prices to the customers. Maritime Museum @ Jakarta Old Town - housed inside the one-time spice warehouse of the Dutch East India Company. It holds an important collection of artifacts related to Indonesia’s maritime heritage. Among these are centuries-old anchors, cannons, navigational equipment and a display of original and model boats. The museum is open from Tuesday to Sunday and has an admission fee. Ancol Dreamland ( 6 km from Jakarta Old Town ) - one day is not enough at Taman Impian Jaya Ancol, which is Jakarta’s main amusement park located on the northern waterfront. The park is part of a grand complex of the same name which covers 552 hectares and comprises a golf course and a resort. There are numerous thrill rides to try at Dufan Fantasy World, some splashing fun at Atlantis water park and two main beaches that serve as concert venues, and other recreational sites for water sports. From here, take a cruise for the magnificent Thousand Islands. Taman Mini Indonesia Park - is a must-try for families visiting Jakarta or anyone looking to schedule one day in their city holiday plan to appreciate the rich arts and cultural diversity of the whole Indonesian islands. It’s one of the most unique amusement parks in the world and offers a great break away from the hectic metropolitan scenes. The park boasts multiple pavilions, each representing the unique architectures, traditional costumes and performing arts of the different islands. From the arching roofs of traditional Sumatran houses, eloquent moves of Javanese and Kalimantan traditional dancers, to the ornate woodcarvings and heritage textiles from the Nusa Tenggara Islands. Its centrepiece manmade lake depicts the archipelago in miniature scale, which you can view from above on a cable car ride. onsite are museums, a flower garden, a bird park, a water park, library, theatre shows and an IMAX cinema.

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Lave vaisselle
Sèche linge
Lave linge
Four micro-ondes
Accès handicapés
Equipements bébé
Jardin privé
Piscine privée
Air conditionné
Place de parking privé
Portier inclus
Service de ménage inclus
Balançoire privée
Balcon / Terrasse
Salle de sport privée

Règles de vie

Fumeurs bienvenus
Animaux de compagnie bienvenus
Enfants bienvenus
Chien sur place à nourrir
Chat sur place à nourrir
Plantes vertes à arroser


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Oui, ce logement dispose d'un jardin. Vous trouverez plus de détails sur le jardin et les autres équipements du logement sur cette page.
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Ce logement dispose de 2 chambres.
La surface de ce logement est de 100m2.
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