Sudirman is a major thoroughfare in Jakarta in the centre of the central business district. This prime area is home to many office buildings, and choice offerings of shopping and entertainment options.
EAT & DRINK
NORU (10-min walk)
This rooftop lounge offers a chilled-out, laid-back atmosphere with a Japanese-inspired menu.
POKENBIR (6-min drive)
Less than 100 metres from us, your hotel, you will find this legendary local eatery Pokenbir, which serves up quite possibly the best pork dishes in town.
WARUNG MJS (10-min walk)
This restaurant serves dishes from recipes passed down through generations. The eatery provides a heady and wondrous combination of all things spicy, aromatic and homely.
ATTRACTIONS & ACTIVITIES
SAMPOERNA STRATEGIC SQUARE (3-min walk)
Standing tall in the heart of Jakarta, a 3-minute walk from us, Sampoerna Strategic Square is a focal point where classical architecture meets grand design, combining advanced technology, comprehensive infrastructure, and attention to natural ecology.
TAMAN SUROPATI (10-min walk)
Surrounded by historical sites and museums, this sanctuary is strategically located which makes it a perfect meeting point.
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 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
JAKARTA OLD TOWN REBORN
Kota Tua exists not as a singular entity but as a place of heritage. The Old Town downtown area has roots dating as far as the pre-colonial era, as it was a major trading port famous primarily for its spice trade in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries.
The towering monument encapsulates struggle for Indonesian independence from Dutch rule. Set in the centre of the Merdeka Square, Monas is the highest historic building in Jakarta.