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The capital of Indonesia, Jakarta, boasts a rich history, vibrant culture and some of the best street food in the world, which all make it a must-visit destination. From getting acquainted with Jakarta's Dutch colonial past in the historic Old Town, biking around Merdeka Square and admiring the National Monument (Monas) to visiting one of the biggest mosques in the world - Istiqlal Mosque, you can't help but fall in love with this historic city.
Beyond the magnificent historical sites, Jakarta is a dazzling parade of attractions for children. Visit the Ragunan Zoo, Southeast Asia's largest animal park, and let your kids enjoy a picnic in a lush tropical setting while learning about wildlife. For those who are seeking an adventure-filled family day out, head to Dunia Fantasi. It's Jakarta's version of Disneyland, where you and your little ones can enjoy roller coasters, interactive rides, and shows. There's also plenty of family-friendly museums, aquariums, parks and indoor playgrounds to explore.
Whether you like music, art or fashion, Jakarta has something for everyone. Music lovers, head to the We The Fest annual summer festival of music and embrace the beats. This multi-day music festival features multiple activation zones, stages and top artists representing pop, rock, indie, hip hop and other music genres. If you're interested in fashion and design, then a visit to Jakarta's Fashion and Food Festival is a must. The month-long festival features three main highlights, the fashion extravaganza, which showcases Indonesia's rich heritage through fashion, a food festival and a carnival. There's also Jakarta International Film Festival for cinema lovers.
If you prefer spending time in nature, with nine parks, numerous hiking trails and car-free Sundays, Jakarta offers exceptional outdoor experiences. Every Sunday, the major streets in the city centre, Jalan Sudirman and Jalan Thamrin, are closed off from cars from 6 am until 11 am, giving locals and fellow travellers plenty of opportunities to go outside and enjoy the outdoors. Take a refreshing solo walking tour of the city, jog or cycle with a friend or try horseback riding with a family; there's so much to do.
Finally, once in Jakarta, don't forget to feast on delicious street food. From Indonesian coconut rice, chicken satay, Gado-gado, an Indonesian salad compromising of fresh vegetables, peanut sauce and fried tofu to deep-fried corn cookies and coconut cake, Indonesia's capital is full of flavour. Additionally, if you enjoy coffee, Jakarta has a variety of coffee blends from Indonesia and abroad for you to try. Some cafés even offer coffee served in a coconut or poured over exotic durian fruit.
All in all, with its numerous historical attractions, wildlife, scenic views and unique cuisine, Jakarta is a must-visit destination that will leave you wanting to come back.
So why fly business class to Jakarta? From relaxing in a comfy seat that easily converts into a fully-flat bed at the front of the aircraft to enjoying unlimited in-flight refreshments and specially designed menu, flying business class is a superior way to travel.
As a business class passenger, enjoy countless benefits. From priority check-in counters, priority security screening and dedicated boarding lane to additional luggage allowance and premium lounge access. At the lounge, relax in a comfortable seating area, use shower facilities if you need to freshen up before/after your trip or enjoy dining options ranging from buffet to seasonal menus.
The moment you step on board, you'll never want to step off! Experience luxurious seating area, hundreds of hours of top-level in-flight entertainment featuring the latest Hollywood releases, fine dining, premium wines and attentive cabin crew ready to look after you.
To sum up, flying business class guarantees you a travel experience you'll never forget.
There are flights to Jakarta available from airports across the country, such as Sydney, Melbourne, and Perth, with the average direct flight taking around 7 hours.
So if you want to travel to Jakarta in luxury, be sure to take a look at our range of business class flights to Jakarta here at Globehunters, and don't hesitate to contact our expert team of travel agents who can help your organize your trip from beginning to end.