Venue and Accommodations

  • Date : October 27th – 30th 2019
  • Venue : Sultan Hotel

  • Location : Jl. Gatot Subroto, RT.1/RW.3, Central Jakarta, Indonesia

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Nearest Accommodations

Century Park Hotel

  • 5 minutes from Sultan Hotel

  • Opposite GBK City Park, this contemporary business hotel is 2 km from the Jakarta Convention Center and 9 km from downtown Jakarta.

Aryaduta Suites Semanggi

  • 12 minutes from Sultan Hotel

  • Set in a high-rise alongside the Plaza Semanggi shopping mall, this upscale, all-suite hotel is 2 km from Stadion Gelora Bung Karno stadium and 8 km from the National Monument.

Best Western Senayan

  • 8 minutes from Sultan Hotel

  • Set amid shops and restaurants on a busy street, this laid-back hotel is 2 km from the vendors at Mayestik Market and 1 km from the Gelora Bung Karno Sporting Complex. It’s a 9-minute walk from Senayan subway station.

Explore Jakarta

Monas Tower

Monas Tower is the most famous monument in Jakarta and stands proud in the city as a symbol of independence in Indonesia which was declared in 1945 after years of Dutch colonial rule. The monument is located in Merdeka Square which means ‘freedom’ in Indonesian and there is a gallery where you can learn more about Indonesia’s often tumultuous history. The main draw however is a trip to the observation deck at the top of the tower which affords views in all directions across the city.

Ragunan Zoo

Ragunan Zoo sprawls over an impressive 185 hectares of land and you will find an amazing 3,600 species here. Just some of the Indonesian animals that call the zoo home include Komodo Dragons and graceful orangutans, and there are also a variety of species from other parts of the world. The zoo is also home to an array of pretty indigenous flowers and plants and is a great place to come to learn more about the Indonesian wildlife.

Kota Tua

Kota Tua also goes by the name Old Town Batavia and is one of the most historically significant parts of Jakarta. As you walk around the area you will find pretty architecture that dates from the Dutch colonial period and you can also visit the cobbled central town square which is the signature feature of the area. This is seen as the cultural heart of the city and many artists and photographers gravitate here to take in the relaxed atmosphere and old world feel, and the area is also studded with cafes so you can have a drink and enjoy the surroundings. It also has a high concentration of museums so you can learn some history here at the same time.