Menteng is an upscale district with easy accessibility to all parts of the sprawling metropolis. Aptly known as the Beverly Hills of Jakarta, the wide boulevards, tree-lined streets, well-manicured green spaces and elegant heritage architecture are unique characteristics
to this urban landscape.
EAT & DRINK
BAKOEL KOFFIE CIKINI (12-min walk)
A historical brand with a taste of modernity. Walk 12 minutes to get to this veteran roastery for your daily caffeine fix.
DUA NYONYA (10-min walk)
Specialising in Indonesian food, this restaurant serves dishes prepared in a typical Indonesian household, from recipes passed down through generations. Emanating vintage vibe in their interior, the restaurant is a 10-minute walk away.
JUNI BAR & LOUNGE (15-min walk)
Nestled in a heart of the city, a 15-minute walk from us sits JUNI Bar & Lounge specialising in contemporary cuisine in the afternoons. When the sun sets, the place transforms into a vibrant setting serving up creative cocktails.
TJIKINII LIMA (15-min walk)
Away from the city bustle, find comfort local fare served in a comfortable space with art-lined walls and vintage furnishings.
ATTRACTIONS & ACTIVITIES
GRAND INDONESIA MALL (9-min drive)
This mega mall houses a wide variety of labels, from boutiques, supermarkets, and places to dine.
NATIONAL MUSEUM OF INDONESIA aka Museum Nasional (7-min drive)
Undoubtedly the pride of Jakarta, the museum provides an insight into Indonesia’s rich history starting from pre-historic days. A beautifully curated exhibition, located 15 minutes from us.
PASAR BARU (7-min drive)
The maze of alleys, arcades and eateries this administrative village has to offer is perfect for those who love to eat, shop and live. This administrative village is a 10-minute drive away.
TAMAN PRASASTI MUSEUM (10-min drive)
Formerly a cemetery built by the Dutch Colonial government in 1795, as a final resting place for noble Dutchmen.
A mosque hidden amid tall apartments and office buildings wouldn’t be an odd sight to see in Indonesia. But throw in a boat and it is definitely one of the quirkiest scenes in the city. Inspired by the story of Noah’s Ark, this ‘ark’ was built alongside the Agung Al Munada Darussalam Baiturrahman Mosque in Casablanca, earning it the nickname ‘Masjid Perahu’ (or the ark mosque). The ark mosque also has 20 collections of ancient stones and a giant Qur’an.
A "Do You Know?" moment. Experience the destination like a local.
BEYOND THE NEIGHBOURHOOD
Strolling through the streets of Chinatown, visitors to the area can revel in the rich history encased in this city within a city. Follow a trail of historical buildings, ancient temples and traditional Chinese architecture.
KOTA TUA (old town)
Jakarta was once confined to this small area. Today, Kota Tua (or Jakarta’s Old Town) serves as a reminder of the centuries of Indonesian history dominated by Europeans.