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Indonesia POIs

#1 Post by Rosman » Sat Feb 02, 2008 6:15 pm

For those who are interested, these are some :hungry: place POIs.

These are:
* A & W and Pizza Hut in a petrol station on the toll road from Jakarta to Cikampek.
* Bakmi Golek and Holland Bakery in Cikarang.
* Pondok Safira in Jababeka 1 Industrial area.
* Grand City Seafood Restaurant and Queen's Of India in Sunter, Sunlake Hotel.
* Dapur Buntut somewhere in Jakarta.
* Famous Serabi Rengas Dengklok in Karawang.

All the above mentioned food POIs are Image. :thumbsup:
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#2 Post by Rosman » Sun Feb 03, 2008 2:46 pm

Here are some Bandung POIs on the famous street of Jalan Cihampelas (I call it the Jean Street).
The whole street is full of factory outlet and foods. So be prepare :$gone:
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#3 Post by Rosman » Sun Feb 03, 2008 4:13 pm

For those holiday makers who wish to be free and easy, here are some Car Rental POI.

For safety reason, it is not advisable to drive by yourself in Indonesia.
I would recommend to rent a car with a driver, during your stay here.
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#4 Post by dvpro » Sun Feb 03, 2008 5:14 pm

Rosman wrote:...
For safety reason, it is not advisable to drive by yourself in Indonesia.
I would recommend to rent a car with a driver, during your stay here.
Care to elaborate? :-k
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#5 Post by Rosman » Sun Feb 03, 2008 5:47 pm

dvpro wrote:Care to elaborate? :-k
Traffic condition here is much difference from Malaysia or Singapore.
There are rules, but the normal unofficial, Indonesian driver rules, are practised. The "BRAVE" rules here.

Some examples like:
* If you are "BRAVE" enough, then you will go first rule.
* Public transports stops suddently for passangers. Sometime even just after overtaken you. (Public transport includes buses, mini vans, taxis and motorcycle taxis)
* Motorcycles comes out of nowhere, Most of the time don't even care to see are there any oncoming Vehicle.
* Pedestrians cross anywhere, even there's a traffic light or pedestrian crossing just 3 meters away.
* Suddent heavy traffic jam, which you can't imagine.
* etc, etc.

Anyway, I have been working here for the past 10 years and I do drive myself, but this message
Rosman wrote:...
For safety reason, it is not advisable to drive by yourself in Indonesia.
I would recommend to rent a car with a driver, during your stay here.
is not meant to scare anyone, but just an advise for any first time comer to Jakarta.

FIY: those Japanese, which are working here in those big Japanese Electronic Company, are forbidden to drive themself even just from their house to the Mall down the street.

Thanks & take care.
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Re: Indonesia POIs

#6 Post by dvpro » Sun Feb 03, 2008 7:34 pm

Phew #-o Thanks for the insight.
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#7 Post by Rosman » Sun Feb 03, 2008 8:52 pm

Anyone coming to Bandung?

Visit these:
* Tangkuban Parahu, a Volcano almost erupted recently.
* Sari Ater, a Hot Spring Resort. :thumbsup: Best to have a dip at night. Some rooms are equip with mini private pool.
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#8 Post by Rosman » Mon Feb 04, 2008 11:21 pm

Here are some more Image restaurants in Jakarta and Bandung.

* A must try "Kampung Daun Restaurant" situated in a natural environment, on a hill in Bandung, with small river stream and small waterfall. Relax in the small hut while they serves you your orders. Many varieties of food. =P~ Highly Recommended.

* Further up from Kampung Daun you will find "The Peak". Go in the evening and stay till late, you will enjoy the birds-eye view, night light of Bandung town. Bring a jacket as it is quite cool up there. You'll wish you can come here more often.
There is a Strawberry Farm near The Peak, from Kampung Daun, but I did not get the POI for it. You can pick the strawberries yourself. Of course have to pay.
I will get the POI the next time I go there again.

* "Sate Pancoran". :-k ... Satay. :thumbsup: Nice. In South Jakarta. O:)
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Re: Indonesia POIs

#9 Post by hayamaguchi » Wed Feb 06, 2008 9:35 am

My project also very strongly recommends against foreigners driving, even in Banda Aceh. If you're involved in an accident, a foreigner is fair game for all kinds of extortion attempts.

I either ride the project cars or ride in our local becaks. Becaks are great fun, but can be a bit pricey if you depend on them all the time.

Moderators: do I get Malsingmaps credit for submitting Banda Aceh POIs? :mrgreen:
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Re: Indonesia POIs

#10 Post by Rosman » Sun Feb 17, 2008 10:02 pm

Hi,

Anyone into Golfing? :D

Here are some nice Golf Courses & Clubs in Java Island of Indonesia.
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