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Go and Travel to Jakarta

Westhill Consulting Travel and Tours Singapore one of our most popular destinations Chaotic, crazy and crowded. But that’s what makes Indonesia’s capital so unique.

There are places you will fall in love with at first sight and some that you won’t. It’s usually the first impressions that makes us love or hate a place. But cities are like women. Some will throw themselves at you, and some will make you chase them. Which woman would you go for?

Jakarta, Indonesia is an example of the latter, you have to dig a little bit deeper to get to know her. She may seem hesitant at first and is happy to let you wait, until you take the time to properly understand her. Then, she’ll give you everything you need. To me, she might even be the unofficial queen of Southeast Asia.

Jakarta is not Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur or Singapore. Some people say “If you don’t like her, she won’t like you”. After a few days I understood why. To be honest, after landing in Jakarta I had no idea what to expect. You don’t hear much about it and as soon as you exit the terminal you already feel lost. It is big and hot and busy. Not to mention the traffic. I didn’t really get the vibe at first. Although soon enough, I understood what the magic of Jakarta was. It is truly Asia, more so than many other Southeast Asian cities you will discover on your journey.

So here are a few reasons why you should experience Jakarta for yourself.

Jakarta traffic is more symbolic of ‘Asia’ than Bangkok and Saigon put together

Three million cars, nine million motorbikes and inadequate public transport. Experts predict that in 2014 the whole traffic in the city will collapse. During rush hour the average speed in the inner city is around 10 km/h and if you’re lucky, it will only take you three hours to get to work. The average citizen of Jakarta has his breakfast in the car on their way to work. Yes the traffic in Jakarta is full on and you need superhuman patience and nerves of steel to survive it. But it can also have positive effects. During rush hour there needs to be at least three people in the car otherwise drivers get fined, and a lot of Indonesian mothers who normally would have trouble finding employment have taken this fact and used it to their advantage. They offer their presence to wealthy businessmen and sitting in their car with them during these peak hours to help them avoid the fine in exchange for some income. Genius.

Find a rooftop on any evening and listen to adzan, Islam’s call to prayer

My CouchSurfing host lived somewhere in the middle of the city in a typically tall building. I explored its rooftop which overlooked the surrounding areas and on the horizon was a beautiful view of Jakarta’s skyline. It was around 7 p.m. when the sun was going to rest, when the call to prayer occurred. It was such a unique experience in this city. You could hear it from many mosques all over the city. It is hard to explain what I felt at that moment, but it really left an impression. Indonesia is the world’s most populous Muslim-majority nation with 87 percent following Islam as their religion. If people are talking about going to the ‘stadium’ they ain’t talking about football

No opinion in Jakarta is more divided than those about the Stadium. Some people love it, and others hate it. You hear many, many stories about it and it’s up to you whether you believe them or not. One thing is for sure, whenever you ask about Jakarta’s nightlife someone will mention the Stadium.

What is this place though and why is it so popular? Well, one thing that is heavily associated with it are drugs. Sure, you will find drugs in any night club in the world but at the Stadium it seems to be a continuous issue due to the fact that because most Indonesians don’t drink alcohol due to their religious beliefs, they might substitute it with a pill instead. True or not, most of world’s top DJ’s have performed or will most likely perform at Stadium at some point in their careers. It is a great place with awesome acts and a great audience. Otherwise people wouldn’t talk about it. I reckon it is a must see and if you like good techno, then the Stadium is definitely worth checking out.

You can experience Indonesia in just one day in Jakarta

How can I see a whole country in a day by just staying in Jakarta, that doesn’t make sense. Yes that’s what I thought too. My local friends took me to a park called Taman Mini Indonesia Indah, which essentially translates to “Beautiful Indonesia Miniature Park”. The park was opened in 1975 and unfortunately doesn’t really look well maintained. The lizard house especially looked a bit sad and I felt sorry for the animals. But once you’re there you get the chance to pat a Komodo dragon, even though it probably hasn’t moved since 1975. But it’s still a great way to get to know the local culture of each province in Indonesia. You get to learn about local habits, look at different architecture, clothing, food and many more aspects of Indonesia’s culture. There is a big lake in the middle of the park with a little island in the shape of the country. If you have the guts to take the cable car you can enjoy a stunning view of it from above.

Indonesians will make you feel like a star

First of all, Indonesians are super hospitable people and they are very friendly towards foreigners. But there aren’t as many foreign tourists in Jakarta as you might think. You will get a lot of attention and the locals will genuinely be very keen to get to know you. That’s in fact amazing to me. In Thailand a lot of the locals seem to get easily bemused and simultaneously annoyed by the mass tourists, and this won’t be the case in Indonesia. The most surprising thing was the local CouchSurfing scene though. I’d received about a hundred various emails offering help, recommendations and hosting offers. I was blown away by the kindness of those people so I decided to meet as many as I could. We organized a big CouchSurfing meeting and many local Indonesian travelers attended. Their enthusiasm was unbelievable and I made a lot of friends that day. Even a crew from Metro TV came and filmed a little documentary for the national channel about CouchSurfing.

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My experience with world travel began when I was 14 years old, spending six weeks in Israel with a group of students from my Hebrew High School. Together we learned about the rich history and culture in a place we read about from the time we began to read.

We traveled all around the country — Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Haifa, Kiryat Shmona, and many other cities and villages in between. A medic and a soldier accompanied us as we hiked through the Golan Heights, and we laughed while floating in the salt water of The Dead Sea.

It was a magical trip and we required little sleep. We were young, curious and full of energy.

Fast-forward sixteen years later when, in 1990, my husband and I traveled to Italy. We decided to visit that beautiful country before starting a family, and thought it best to book our trip with a tour.

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about 3 years ago Maricel Clint said:

The secret airlines don’t want you to know

London – Which airline seats make the most profit? Are they up front in first class, which can sell for up to £20 000 (R355 000) return? Or, economy at the back, crammed so tight you risk concussing the person behind you if you recline your seat? In fact, it’s neither.

The most lucrative section of the plane didn’t even exist until the early ’90s: premium economy.

The concept is simple: the passenger gets a little more legroom, a bigger baggage allowance and a glass of bubbly. But, it’s not cheap.

If you want to fly from London to Los Angeles next month with Virgin Atlantic, the most expensive one-way premium economy ticket will cost £2 340 to £1 000 more than the cheapest economy option.

An upper class seat would cost £7 000 one way. But, here’s the secret airlines don’t want you to know: the premium extras don’t cost them anything near £1 000. A business class seat uses three times as much space as an economy one, while a premium economy seat takes up only 50 percent more space.

Virgin Atlantic introduced premium economy in 1992. Now, it’s available on many airlines.

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about 3 years ago Jessa Siddins said:

Westhill Consulting Travel & Tours Singapore: Jakarta Weather

Jakarta, the capital and largest city of Indonesia, has a hot and humid tropical wet and dry climate.

Jakarta, the capital city of Indonesia, is located at the northwest end of Java Island faces north onto Jakarta Bay and the Java Sea. Being the regional center for business and culture and is also the jumping off point for reaching the Thousand Islands (Kepulauan Seribu) National Park, Jakarta has been booming on its tourism.

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about 3 years ago Anita Holfer said:

Nudist and naturist resorts are getting more and more popular and many is popping in every corner of the world. Here are the ten best nudist resorts in the world.

Caliente Caribe, Dominican Republic set aside several weeks in a year only for nudists. There is an overlooking view of the sparkling Caribbean added the fact that the attentive staff keep things low-key. Sometimes, it can be quiet if there is no theme or lifestyle week, therefore, visitors can choose to enjoy a nearly empty resort or go when a lifestyle week matches their own. The Caliente Caribe has a sister resort in Tampa, Florida and also offers erotic cruises

Recanto Paraiso, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on of the biggest resort in Brazil, has its promise of finding peace and has been keeping it by the surrounding lush mountains and blue skies. The resort also offers roomy chalets and camping areas. What is more, the naturist resort is a haven from urban stress. The resort is committed to customer satisfaction as well as several pools and events.

Bali Au Naturel, Bali, Indonesia, aside from the beauty of Jakarta, is a great tourist destination in Indonesia. This is a tropical paradise that visitors lie out on the black sand beach right in front of the resort, or snorkel and dive around the coral reef. There are many amenities that you can enjoy in this gay-owned resort such as canoes, massages, a sauna and a gym. A mix of traditional and 21st-century Indonesian architecture boost the avant-garde privacy and the laid-back vibe. There is no all-night ragers here, just a romantic, stylish getaway perfect for all.

Quinta de Horta, Ferragudo, Portugal. Enjoy fresh food with farm-to-table food, it is important in easing one’s carbon footprint and a sense of community. The naturist farmstead of Quinta de Horta is most definitely for only a certain kind of nudist. Those who are not interested with 5-star hotels, Quinta de Horta perfectly fits you. Part of this comes from the limited number of guests they receive at any given time and custom-built cottages. After lounging in the pool and sauna, grab a book from the library and settle under a fig or almond tree for total serenity

La Jenny, Gironde, France. Nudity is only requisite at the pool and beach of 740-acre La Jenny. This is open from spring to fall. Visitors can wear whatever they feel comfortable in while getting pampered at the spa, participating in the fitness programs or chilling out under some pine trees. Visitors can also take day trips through Bordeaux wine country or the Bay of Arcachon. From lovebirds to large families, each group can find their place here through the vast amount of things to do and the selection of chateaus, which range from studios to sprawling houses big enough for eight people.

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about 3 years ago Ariana Acker said:

Southeast Asia is a great destination for a cruise, Jakarta, Indonesia, KL, Malaysia, Beijing China, Singapore and much more, but if want to wander away from the beaten path on an Asian cruise vacation, consider booking a trip that calls in beautiful and exciting Angkor Wat, Cambodia. You will experience many of Cambodia’s ancient temples, incredible jungles, pristine beaches and exciting excursions at the nation’s sole deepwater port at Sihanoukville.

The Ruins of Angkor, one of the most significant archeological sites in all of Asia, date back to the reign of the Khmer Empire between the 9th and 15th centuries.

Protected UNESCO World Heritage location, Angkor Archaeological Park spans hundreds of square miles and is consists of a huge collection of remarkable monuments, temples and capital buildings. An example is the well-known Temple of Angkor Wat located at the center of the park as well as the other architectural marvels like Bayon, Preah Khan and Ta Prohm. You can interact with residents from the local villages that still call the ruins of Angkor home.

Psar Lu Market. There’s no better place than Psar Lu Market if you want to gain an up close look at how contemporary and historic cultures merge in Cambodia. To be found outside the city of Siem Reap and is known as the gateway to the Temple of Angkor Wat, this busy marketplace is a local hub of culture and commerce. You’ll see vendors selling all sorts of unique wares, ranging from handmade local crafts to tourist souvenirs perfect for remembering your Cambodian vacation as you tour the streets of Psar Lu Market.

Wat Krom and Wat Leu. Considered as the most important religious structures in the area, the two well-preserved Buddhist temples Wat Krom and Wat Leu is situated just outside of Sihanoukville.

Wat Krom translates to “lower wat,” and is located on a small hill on Santipheap Street overlooking the coastline. Alternately, Wat Leu – the “upper wat” – sits on a taller mountain nearby and offers picturesque views of the town below. Both of these incredible sites feature impressive stonework and are decorated with statues of elephants and the Buddha.

Phnom Penh. Sited north of Sihanoukville, the nation’s capital and largest city of Phnom Penh offers tourists with a collection of cultural attractions, commercial centers, government complexes and beautiful parks.

The city still has heavy influences from French colonization during the late 18th and early 19th centuries, and you can still hear French and Cambodian spoken side by side in Phnom Penh. While the delicious combination of Asian and French foods that comprises the local cuisine in restaurants and hotels throughout the city.

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Tech Tips, and Warnings, for Budget Travelers

If you’re reading this on any device other than a mobile phone, you’re behind the times. If I can’t persuade you to post this piece on Facebook, I’m doomed to irrelevance. And if you want to tweet a complaint about my bad jokes or ask for a restaurant recommendation in Heathrow, I’d better have a round-the-clock team ready to respond.

O.K., so those lessons were intended not for me but for the travel industry types at EyeforTravel’s Social Media and Mobile Strategies for Travel conference, which I attended last week in San Francisco. I did, though, pick up some tips — and a few warnings — about how a budget traveler should maneuver in this fast-changing world.

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about 3 years ago Kate Mischelle said:

Westhill Consulting Travel News: Terrorist Bashir ‘wants to disrupt polls’

Westhill Consulting Travel & Tours Singapore: JAKARTA, April 7 AAP – According to a media report, Radical cleric Abu Bakar Bashir has called for his supporters to disrupt this week’s Indonesian legislative elections.

Indonesian police is watchful after Bali bombing mastermind Abu Bakar Bashir encouraged supporters to interrupt this week’s Indonesian legislative elections.

The convicted terrorist has asked supporters not to be “unproductive” and to create disorder Wednesday’s nationwide ballot.

A warning has been sent by Indonesia’s anti-terror forces that a terrorist network could be planning an attack, said Police Lieutenant Colonel Adi Deriyan Jayamarta told Indonesia’s Kompas news website police.

An order was imposed by the police chief, based in Malang, East Java, that officers has to stay in communication with religious leaders and approach any suspicious object with care, especially near polling stations.

“There’s expert personnel who will handle it,” he said on Monday.

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Travel airfare, despite hundreds of promos available, isn’t all they’re cracked up to be. On the one hand, some routes are still higher than they were in previous years, and some even keep getting higher. What’s different now is that more people can afford travel airfare and more and more are realizing the benefits of traveling in their lives.

On the other hand, there have been adjustments in some travel airfares because of inflation and competition. Most fares are now lower than they were decades ago. With that said, below are the Top 5 Tips on how to search and choose the best of travel airfare:

Top Travel Airfare Searching Tip # 1: Be persistent. Never give up the search, and when you find a deal, go for it! Travel airfare change constantly throughout the day. You never know, but when someone holding the seat with the lowest fare changes his or her mind at the last minute, that seat goes back into inventory and into your hands. Check in constantly, never give up and just be patient. After all, it’s easy to leave your laptop open on the browser page where you’re searching for travel airfare fare and just keep hitting that refresh icon.

Top Travel Airfare Searching Tip # 2: E-mails are useful. Get airlines' email feeds. You never know when something might come up. Sign up for airlines' emails and sometimes you’ll get special deals and promos from them.


Top Travel Airfare Searching Tip # 3: You need social media. Use Twitter. Need we say more? Social media has helped in spreading the word on just about anything. Use it to your advantage and find the best travel airfare by getting real-time updates.

A very helpful Twitter account worth following is @Airfarewatchdog. They tweet random airfare deals and promo codes to their follows every day of the week.

Top Travel Airfare Searching Tip # 4: Search airline sites individually. Most airlines have “private” sales, where you can only see their best fares on their own sites. They may be unannounced to prevent overcrowding as well. Still, travel agencies like Expedia and Travelocity are useful because they will tell you if it’s cheaper flying out on one airline and back on another.

Top Travel Airfare Searching Tip # 5: Use Priceline for last minute journeys. If you can’t purchase your travel airfare way in advance, you should check out the “name your own price” feature in Priceline.com. This helps you save 50% or more on your airfare expenses. Travel airfare nowadays may be hard or easy to find, depending on the one who’s searching. It may also range from the incredibly expensive to the ridiculously cheap, also depending on the one looking. It just takes time, perseverance and a whole lot of patience to get the best airfare rates, save a lot and use that money saved to enjoy your travel even more.

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Travel to Indonesia or Komodo dragons, manta rays and the pleasures of Sumatra

Forget postcard-pretty Bali and go deep into the planet’s wildest archipelago.

IT’S VAST With around 18,000 tropical volcanic islands, this archipelago is easily the world’s largest. The Indonesian islands are the stuff of legend – lush, forested gems scattered in the turquoise seas, steamy jungles, storybook monsters and exotic locales. From the north-western tip of Sumatra to the south-eastern corner of Irian Jaya, this unique destination spans more than 3,000 miles. It’s seen huge growth year on year for Brits travelling beyond Bali and the first direct flights from Britain to the booming megacity of Jakarta (on the island of Java) with Garuda, launching on May 29, will make getting there easier. Thanks to a slump in the value of the Indonesian rupiah against the pound, there’s never been a better-value time to visit.

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about 3 years ago Bella Viva said:

To a mediaeval mapmaker, the world was a vast and scary place. Explorers that braved the seemingly endless oceans in search of new worlds often didn’t return, and those that did carried with them nightmarish tales of monsters and serpents. It was the mapmaker’s task to warn future travelers of the dangers that awaited them in far-off lands. Based on their drawings, I cannot even begin to imagine the beasts that haunted these cartographer’s dreams. Their creative expressions of fear were eventually distilled into asingle, ominous phrase: here be dragons.

about 3 years ago Wesley Stone said:

The government is campaigning hard to get the park onto a new list of the Seven Wonders of Nature _ a long shot, but an attempt to at least raise awareness. The park’s rugged hills and savannahs are home to orange-footed scrub fowl, wild boar and small wild horses, and the surrounding coral reefs and bays harbor more than a dozen whale species, dolphins and sea turtles.


The central tourist attractions are located in the center of the city. Westhill Consulting Travel & Tours Singapore provides you with useful information of must sees in Jakarta, Indonesia

Kota district is the centre of old Batavia. It is the tourist hub of Jakarta. The focal action is centered in the historic Taman Fatahillah, a paved square that looks like it came from another era. If you visit the old port area, Sunda Kelapa, you can see the schooners returning from the high seas to trade their exotic spices. It is a picture immortalized in Joseph Conrad evocative descriptions. Jakarta’s most unforeseen attractions is the vibrantly painted sailing ships are.

The Maritime Museum, is situated in Sunda Kelapa. A warehouse for the Dutch is now home to the maritime museum but not until the 19th century. The various adventures at sea was brought to life by the model boats and faded sepia photos, it includes the voyage to Jakarta from Europe via Aden. You can take in the spectacular views of the surroundings from the old watchtower.

From Indonesia and Southeast Asia, the Puppet Museum is a treasure house of puppets. You can witness an attention-grabbing collection of traditional Indonesian puppets like wayang kulit and wayang golek. You can enjoy puppet shows, which are a regular feature of the museum.

Jakarta’s most famous landmark, towering over Merdeka Square, is the National Monument (Monas). This imposing monument is a symbol of Indonesia’s independence and strength. The monument is 132 meters tall and topped with 35 kilograms of gold. The Freedom Hall represents Indonesia’s fight for independence through a succession of dioramas. Take an elevator to the observation platform and to have a bird’s-eye view of the cityscape. At the base of the National Monument is the National Museum.

National Museum is Jakarta’s most impressive museum, the National Museum presents fascinating flashbacks into the history of the city and Indonesia. There are early Chinese ceramics, pieces culled from Java’s myriad temples and a bronze elephant that was gifted to the museum by the King of Thailand as exhibits.

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Experience the Indonesia’s rich cultural heritage at Taman Mini Indonesia Indah, a sprawling 100-hectare park in Jakarta is an exciting diversion. Each of Indonesia’s provinces has pavilions with displays of regional handicrafts and clothing. There is a huge ‘lagoon’ where you can roam around the islands of this archipelago. You can also take in a bird’s eye view from the cable cars. What’s more, there are museums, theatres, restaurants and a bird park with a walk-in aviary.

Ragunan Zoo is located 16 km south of the city centre in the Pasar Minggu area. The zoo is home to approximately 4000 animals, like the well-known Komodo dragons. The formidable Java tigers are a further highlight of this park. You can spend hours just wandering around the extensive parklands, rainforests, and a landscaped lake.

This stunning Old Dutch quarter, Taman Fatahillah, is home to some old and ancient monuments. This is a grand place to view some remarkable colonial architecture. The focal attractions here are the oldest church in Jakarta, the Gereja Sion and Si Jagur, the cannon which symbolized fertility.

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CHRIS TOLHURST Companies are increasingly insisting on their staff booking business trips online. In fact, a recent survey of European and US business travellers suggests 66 per cent now have access to self-booking tools and 60 per cent are using them regularly.

Take-up rates for self-booking are even higher among Australian companies. Local travel agents say 90 per cent or more of clients are booking their domestic business trips using customised self-booking tools (SBTs).

The results of the survey of European and US booking practices, by travel distribution company Amadeus, were disputed by key European corporate travel figures when the findings were released late last year. British travel agents said that 60 per cent of business travellers do not book themselves – a strong claim borne out by the amount of business transacted through specialist business travel agencies, known as Travel Management Companies (TMCs).

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Jakarta, the capital and largest city of Indonesia, has a hot and humid tropical wet and dry climate.

Jakarta, the capital city of Indonesia, is located at the northwest end of Java Island faces north onto Jakarta Bay and the Java Sea. Being the regional center for business and culture and is also the jumping off point for reaching the Thousand Islands (Kepulauan Seribu) National Park, Jakarta has been booming on its tourism.

Located in the cosmopolitan, Jakarta has a superior modern edifices, old colonial style buildings, monuments, mosques and green parks that offer lovely contrasts. Visitor travels around in the central part of the city naming Merdeka Square and the National Monument, Istiqlal Mosque, Jakarta Cathedral. There are a lot of shopping malls and the gem in the city’s crown in the Old Jakarta city quarter.

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Old Jakarta is full of heritage structures. The examples of these heritage structures are: Wayang Museum, the Port Tower (Menara Syahbandar) and Kota Intan Drawbridge while a cultural park, Taman Mini Indonesia Indah, is in Jakarta’s eastern suburbs and features exhibits, cultural shows and reconstructions from all over Indonesia.

The best time to visit Jakarta is during the dry season months from July to October but due to the drainage system being swamped, the Jakarta weather in the wet season months can cause flooding in parts of the city so this isn’t the best time to visit. While, visitors who wish to spend the holidays in Pramuka Island or other islands in Kepulauan Seribu near Jakarta may perhaps visit in the rainy season, as it seldom rains for the whole day.

It is the wet season in Jakarta during November till June Jakarta. January is the wettest month of the year when it receives around 400 mm of precipitation. Moreover, the month witnesses only 92 hours of sunshine. Throughout the wet season the average high stands at 32°C while the low falls to 24°C. In fact, temperature hardly varies from season to season in Jakarta. While the rest of the month remains dry in Jakarta. During Summer Jakarta remains hot and humid with the average high of 34°C while the low stands at mid twenties. Rainfall is very much uncommon in the city, but not rare as September gets around 29 mm of precipitation. Although temperature remains somewhat hotter than those of monsoon months, it is the best season to visit the capital city of Indonesia.

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I’m coming to Jakarta in July and want to go to Bandung by bus while I’m there, which is the best most comfortable bus available,

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There should be no problem in getting a seat in Cipaganti and X-Trans since they provide scheduled shuttle service. They have counters at the airport and leaves for Bandung every 1 hour. You will have to call them up if you want to make a booking and it is not toll-free.

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There is no on-line booking engine for shuttle tickets, the tickets are easily obtained on the spot, each shuttle company has a designated counter in the arrival hall. Avoid touts, stick to the recommended options and keep a close eye on your luggage.

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You will meet people from different places – locals and visitors from different countries – all willing to share with you their knowledge and experience of this destination.

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JKt-BDG shuttle is a point-to-point service without intermediate stops. If you are not happy with termination at Jl. Chihampelas, you can choose a final stop at the Chipaganti pool on Jl. Paster.

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The nearest shuttle termination stop will be Chipaganti pool on Jl. Paster, from there get a short taxi ride to your hotel.

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If you’re traveling internationally, check with your carrier on whether your phone will even work with cellular networks abroad. If it doesn’t, you can still use apps through Wi-Fi connections at hotels and malls. Your phone company might even rent or loan a compatible phone.

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You can also watch HBO Go and Hulu, listen to Pandora Radio or access Facebook in China. All you need is a VPN. This stands for “Virtual Private Network,” and what it does is run your Internet traffic through a network with a different IP address, making your computer look like it’s back in the states, while you’re typing away in a hostel in Beijing.

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