Jakarta

Jakarta

exploring the rather modern capital of Indonesia, a metropolis of 10 million

Location: 

Jakarta, Indonesia

Duration: 

Saturday, June 3, 2017

Personal highlights

  1. Jakarta: surprisingly modern capital of Indonesia, a metropolis of 10 million
  2. Packer Lodge: hanging out with the local staff at the coolest hostel in town!
  3. Plaza Indonesia: drinking an iced matcha, blogging and enjoying the view
  4. Intrepid Travel: starting my journey from Jakarta (in Java) to Ubud (in Bali)
  5. Lucky me: bumping into a local guide who shows me the city only for a tip

Image sources

  1. Random Building at Sunda Kalepa
  2. Indonesian National Monument
  3. Two locals playing Chess
  4. New friends at Packer Lodge
  5. View from Plaza Indonesia

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