“I love the landscape and the extensive facilities,” he says. “There is a soccer field, a skate park, numerous walking and cycling paths, designated picnic spots, and even a number of small cafes located within the park. Plus, the centre of the park offers a 360-degree panoramic view of the Sydney City skyline, as well as Botany Bay and the airport.
The park is actually right underneath a flight path, so plane enthusiasts often come here to sit back and enjoy the hundreds of flights daily passing by.”
It’s easy to be overwhelmed by Jakarta, the bustling, sprawling Indonesian capital.
Fortunately, there are experts on hand to guide you to the charming local secrets, and Milka Viona, public relations executive at Fraser Residence Menteng Jakarta, has spoken to them, including Mr Tri, a bellboy at the residence.
“His favourite spot in Jakarta is the Muara Angke area,” Viona explains. “There are many traditional fishing boats in the harbour there, and old heritage buildings that still stand strong. His family also likes this spot because his children can learn about history, about the sea, about the fishermen’s daily life.” It takes about 45 minutes to drive there from Fraser Residence Menteng.”