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Gran Melia Jakarta meeting venue
Jalan H.R. Rasuna Said Kav. X - O, Jakarta 12950, DKI Jakarta, Indonesia, Asia
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Unique meeting and event facilities for any type of group. Our all-inclusive program makes for easy budgeting and planning for any type or size group and event. Paradisus offers large Convention Centers with capacity for up to 1,200 people. Flexible indoor and outdoor meeting areas to host any size group. Themed activities and customized Life Enriching Experiences. State of the art meeting facilities with the latest technology and 360⁰ video projection walls for impactful presentations.

In a continuously evolving market trend in meeting and Social events Melia´s meetings program aims to portray an innovative and more edgy way of conducting business. With inspiring Signature meeting rooms that span from edgy sitting options on fitness balls to flexible set up opportunities and walls that become brainstorming canvas, MICE becomes a personal enhancement opportunity. Mindfulness sessions, relaxing lounge areas, creative coffee breaks with fashionable nutritional approach set the scene for powerful success.

A unique in class Meetings & Events solution that is disruptive in the sector and a brand showcase whatever the event. The ME Studios are the co-working incubator where state of art technology, Contemporary Art and Artists propositions merged together to give a different approach to normal meeting spaces. Latest technology, gadgets, lights and sound equipment blends with artist propositions to transform meeting spaces into an impressive venue. Signature F&B that mix music, art and design giving a whole ME experience, focused on the idea of sharing table culture with a lavish food showcases. 

Le Meridien hotel  La Brasserie Restaurant
Jl. Jendral Sudirman Kav. 18-20 Le Méridien, Jakarta 10220 Indonesia
Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Parking Available, Validated Parking, Valet Parking, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Free Wifi, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, Buffet, Live Music

Le Meridien hotel Al Nafoura Lebanese Restaurant
Jl. Jendral Sudirman 18 - 20 Lobby Level Hotel Le Meridien, Jakarta 10220 Indonesia
Takeout, Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Buffet, Private Dining, Seating, Parking Available, Validated Parking, Valet Parking, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Free Wifi, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service

Mercure Jakarta Kota Hotel
Jl. Hayam Wuruk 123 Jakarta 11160 DKI Jakarta Indonesia Asia
Some of the well-appointed guestrooms feature television LCD/plasma screen, separate living room, internet access wireless, internet access  wireless (complimentary), air conditioning. 

Aryaduta Menteng
Jl. Prajurit KKO Usman Harun 44-48 Jakarta 10110 DKI Jakarta Indonesia Asia
The 5-star Aryaduta Jakarta offers comfort and convenience whether you're on business

Ibis Jakarta Arcadia Hotel
Jalan K H Wahid Hasyim No 114 Jakarta 10340 DKI Jakarta Indonesia Asia
All the necessary facilities, including free Wi-Fi in all rooms, 24-hour security, convenience store, daily housekeeping, fax machine, are at hand.

Shangri-la Hotel Jakarta
Kota BNI, Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav. 1 Jakarta 10220 DKI Jakarta Indonesia Asia
The hotel offers a high standard of service and amenities to suit the individual needs of all travelers. 24-hour room service, free Wi-Fi in all rooms, 24-hour security, gift/souvenir shop, taxi service are there for guest's enjoyment

Swiss-Belhotel Mangga Besar 
Star rating 4
Address JL. Kartini Raya No. 57 Jakarta 10750, DKI Jakarta, Indonesia, Asia
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Lavender Ballroom:
Located on the 3rd floor, designed with a modern minimalist concept with an area of 576 square meters, featuring a 5.3 meter high ceiling. The Lavender is able to accommodate up to 1300 persons for a standing reception and 1000 persons for a theater style meeting. The Lavender can be divided into four separate rooms, each with wall to ceiling partitions. This ballroom is suitable for small to medium social gatherings and meetings.

Jasmine Ballrom:
The largest ballroom, located on the 6th floor, again with a modern minimalist concept. With an area of 966 square meters and a ceiling height of 6.7 meters, The Jasmine ballroom can accommodate up to 2000 persons for standing receptions and 1500 persons for theatre style meetings. The Jasmine can be divided into three separate rooms with wall to ceiling partitions. This ballroom is ideal for corporate annual meetings, conferences and conventions, as well as grand concerts or receptions.

Lotus rooms I and II:
Located on the 2nd floor, with an area of 216 square meters and 2.6 meter ceiling height. The Lotus room can be divided up to 2 smaller rooms. As it is located beside the main hotel restaurant, these rooms could also be use as private VIP dining areas.

Iris Function Room:
The room has an area of 216 square meters and featuring 2.6 meters height ceiling. The Iris is able to accommodate up to 250 persons for theatre style meetings and 140 persons of classroom style meetings.

Magenta Room:
The largest meeting room on the 1st floor, has an area of 45 square meters and 2.8 meters height ceiling, accommodating meetings for up to 20 persons.

Orchid Room:
Located on the 1st floor, has an area of 30 square meters and 2.8 meters heigt ceiling, accommodating boardroom meetings for up to 10 persons.

Our experienced staff will provide a level of service that allows you to be the ultimate host. Let us take care of all the details while you take care of business.

IDR 350,000net/person
- 1 (one) x Coffee Break 
- 1 (one) x Lunch/Dinner 
- 4 hours room usage
- Standard Screen + LCD Projector
- White Board or Flip Chart
- Free parking
(for minimum 20 persons)

IDR 450,000net/person 
- 2 (two) x Coffee Break 
- 1 (one) x Lunch/Dinner 
- 8 hours room usage
- Standard Screen + LCD Projector
- White Board or Flip Chart
- Free parking
(for minimum 20 persons)

IDR 600,000net/person
- 2 (two) x Coffee Break
- 1 (one) x Lunch
- 1 (one) x Dinner
- 12 hours room usage
- Standard Screen + LCD Projector
- White Board or Flip Chart
- Free parking
(for minimum 20 persons)

IDR 200,000net/person
- 1 (one) x Coffee Break with 3 items of snack
- 4 hours meeting room usage
- Standard Screen + LCD Projector / Infocus
- White Board or Flip Chart
- Free parking
(for minimum 20 persons)

Veranda Hotel @ Pakubuwono by Breezbay Japan
Jalan Kyai Maja No. 63 Kebayoran Baru Jakarta 12130 DKI Jakarta Indonesia Asia
We provide complete packages with cutting edge equipment, utilities and catering set amidst a 21st century semi-retro luxury ambience overlooking our swimming pool and garden

Hotel Indonesia Kempinski Jakarta Signatures Restaurant
Jl. MH. Thamrin no. 1 Hotel Indonesia Kempinski Jakarta, Jakarta Indonesia
A true culinary journey for every occasion, all day. Signatures Restaurant unveils a warm and welcoming ambiance, whether you are there for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Indonesia's first president graces the walls as you reminisce and savour that legendary Bubur Ayam HI. Watch the restaurant come alive with buffets and open show kitchens. Western, Asian, International and best European bakery products.

Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options, Halal, Gluten Free Options
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Asian, Indonesian, International
Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Parking Available, Validated Parking, Valet Parking, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Free Wifi, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, Buffet, Playgrounds

JimBARan Lounge
Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav. 10-11 AYANA Midplaza Lobby Level, Jakarta 10220 Indonesia
Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Parking Available, Validated Parking, Serves Alcohol, Free Wifi, Seating, Full Bar, Table Service


Hotel Borobudur Jakarta
Address Jl. Lapangan Banteng Selatan No.1, PO Box 1329 ,  Jakarta 10710 ,  DKI Jakarta , Indonesia,  Asia.
Star rating 5
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Hotel Borobudur Jakarta is a popular choice amongst travelers in Jakarta, whether exploring or just passing through. Featuring a complete list of amenities, guests will find their stay at the property a comfortable one. To be found at the hotel are 24-hour room service, free Wi-Fi in all rooms, 24-hour security, daily housekeeping, gift/souvenir shop. Some of the well-appointed guestrooms feature television LCD/plasma screen, carpeting, slippers, smoke detector, internet access – wireless. Recuperate from a full day of sightseeing in the comfort of your room or take advantage of the hotel's recreational facilities, including badminton court, hot tub, fitness center, sauna, outdoor pool. Hotel Borobudur Jakarta combines warm hospitality with a lovely ambiance to make your stay in Jakarta unforgettable.

Company Team Building
Kota Jakarta Pusat, Indonesia
Learn the secrets behind authentic Indonesian cuisine during a hands-on cooking class. Improve your cooking skills and get tips on culinary technique during the class. Don a chef uniform, prepare several recipes, and taste everything you cook. Build teamwork skills in a fun environment. Discover the basics of traditional Indonesian cooking Learn how to make several Indonesian recipes from scratch Get hands-on experience in the kitchen Sample all the dishes you cook
Excursion Old city Batavia
Jakarta, Indonesia
You can choose the time for pickup at Lobby hotel (09.00 am or 13.00 pm) Visit China Town with Temple, Santa Maria de Fatimah (China Katholik Church), Sunda Kelapa harbour (Old Harbour), Batavia town, Indonesian shadow puppets studio, Merdeka Square, Presidential palace, Istiqlal mosque, Katedral Church, Jakarta Historical Museum, Monas (National Monument), Lunch at restaurant and back to your hotel.

1 Glodok Chinatown Drive through the China town area known as Glodok. We’ll stroll through the traditional market in alley where you’ll find everything from Chinese style, to fresh vegetables and local fruits market. 30 minutes • Admission Ticket Included 2 Dharma Bhakti Temple visit to the oldest Buddhist temple in Jakarta, Vihara Darma Yakti that was built by the chinese captain Oei Tjhie in 1755 to replace a previously demolished Buddhist temple that dated back to 1650. Predominately red, the temple interior features ancient bells and drums 20 minutes • Admission Ticket Free 3 Kota Intan Bridge next stop to visit Dutch colonial landmark in Jakarta Old Town, Built in 1730. was made of wood and equipped with leverage to get the lower side of the bridge up when there was ship or boat passed by to warehouse. 20 minutes • Admission Ticket Included 4 Sunda Kelapa Harbour next drive to reach the Sunda Kelapa harbor. This 500-year-old harbor area was a vital link to the markets of the outside world in the 15th century kingdom of Pajajaran. it is a bustling historical site where traditional wooden phinisi schooners are docked and still ply the seas between the islands. 20 minutes • Admission Ticket Included 5 Jakarta History Museum (Fatahillah Museum) Afterwards to Fatahillah Square in the Old Town area, former city hall (Stat Huis) during the Dutch settlement. Visit Indonesian shadow puppets show performance is on UNESCO’s Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. 1 hour • Admission Ticket Included 6 Makutharama Puppet Studio Visit Indonesian shadow puppets show is on UNESCO’s Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. To make these puppets, they use buffalo skin, boil it with spices to preserve it and keep insects away, then stretch it so it becomes paper thin. UNESCO designated wayang kulit, a shadow puppet theatre and the best known of the Indonesian wayang. Wayang, also known as wajang, traditional form of puppet theatre play originally found in the cultures of Java, Indonesia 20 minutes • Admission Ticket Free 7 Merdeka Square Next visit the Merdeka Square (Liberty Square) and the Presidential palace (Indonesia white house) 10 minutes • Admission Ticket Free 8 Istiqlal Mosque visit is the Istiqlal mosque. This is the largest mosque in South East Asia, as it can accommodate a congregation of up to 200,000 people. To show that these two big religions are living in harmony in Indonesia, standing proudly right across is the old Katedral Church 20 minutes • Admission Ticket Free 9 Jakarta Cathedral are living in harmony in Indonesia, standing proudly right across is the old Catholic church. Katedral Chruch built in the neo gothic style which was consecrated in 1901. 20 minutes • Admission Ticket Free 10 National Monument (MONAS) Continue to Monas (National Monument) is a 132 meter high tower symbolizing the fight for Indonesia, and commemorating the struggle for Indonesian independence. 20 minutes • Admission Ticket Included 11 Jakarta Old Town Enjoy for view and coffee break at Batavia cafe, a 200 year old building making it the second oldest building in Jakarta after the Fatahillah Museum. Step into the 19th century of Jakarta during the colonial era as you sit by the window overlooking the city hall. 40 minutes • Admission Ticket Included

Think Tanks
Data Wikipedia 
Tahun 1635, kota ini meluas hingga tepi barat Sungai Ciliwung, di reruntuhan bekas Jayakarta. Kota ini dirancang dengan gaya Belanda Eropa lengkap dengan benteng (Kasteel Batavia), dinding kota, dan kanal. Kota ini diatur dalam beberapa blok yang dipisahkan oleh kanal.[1] Kota Batavia selesai dibangun tahun 1650. Batavia kemudian menjadi kantor pusat VOC di Hindia Timur. Kanal-kanal diisi karena munculnya wabah tropis di dalam dinding kota karena sanitasi buruk. Kota ini mulai meluas ke selatan setelah epidemi tahun 1835 dan 1870 mendorong banyak orang keluar dari kota sempit itu menuju wilayah Weltevreden (sekarang daerah di sekitar Lapangan Merdeka). Batavia kemudian menjadi pusat administratif Hindia Timur Belanda. Tahun 1942, selama pendudukan Jepang, Batavia berganti nama menjadi Jakarta dan masih berperan sebagai ibu kota Indonesia sampai sekarang.

Tahun 1972, Gubernur Jakarta, Ali Sadikin, mengeluarkan dekret yang resmi menjadikan Kota Tua sebagai situs warisan. Keputusan gubernur ini ditujukan untuk melindungi sejarah arsitektur kota — atau setidaknya bangunan yang masih tersisa di sana.

Meski dekret Gubernur dikeluarkan, Kota Tua tetap terabaikan. Banyak warga yang menyambut hangat dekret ini, tetapi tidak banyak yang dilakukan untuk melindungi warisan era kolonial Belanda.

Dalam pengembangan daerah Jakarta, beberapa bangunan atau tempat yang berada di daerah kota Tua Jakarta dihancurkan dengan alasan tertentu. Beberapa tempat tersebut adalah:

Benteng Batavia dihancurkan antara 1890–1910, beberapa material digunakan untuk pembangunan Istana Daendels (sekarang Departemen Keuangan Nasional)
Gerbang Amsterdam (lokasinya berada dipertigaan Jalan Cengkih, Jalan Tongkol dan Jalan Nelayan Timur. Dihancurkan untuk memperlebar akses jalan) dihancurkan pada tahun 1950an untuk pelebaran jalan.
Jalur Trem Batavia (Jalur ini pernah ada di kota Batavia, tetapi sekarang sudah ditimbun dengan aspal. Karena Presiden Soekarno menganggap Trem Batavia yang membuat macet)

Sebagai permukiman penting, pusat kota, dan pusat perdagangan di Asia sejak abad ke-16, Oud Batavia merupakan rumah bagi beberapa situs dan bangunan bersejarah di Jakarta:

Gedung Arsip Nasional
Gedung Chandranaya
Vihara Jin De Yuan (Vihara Dharma Bhakti)
Petak Sembilan
Pecinan Glodok dan Pinangsia
Gereja Sion
Tugu Jam Kota Tua Jakarta
Stasiun Jakarta Kota
Museum Bank Mandiri
Museum Bank Indonesia
Standard-Chartered Bank
Kota's Pub
VG Pub Kota
Toko Merah
Cafe Batavia
Museum Sejarah Jakarta atau Museum Fatahillah (bekas Balai Kota Batavia)
Museum Seni Rupa dan Keramik (bekas Pengadilan Batavia)
Lapangan Fatahillah
Replika Sumur Batavia
Museum Wayang
Kali Besar (Grootegracht)
Hotel Former
Nieuws van de Dag
Gedung Dasaad Musin
Jembatan Kota Intan
Galangan VOC
Menara Syahbandar
Museum Bahari
Pasar Ikan
Pelabuhan Sunda Kelapa
Masjid Luar Batang
Saat ini, banyak bangunan dan arsitektur bersejarah yang memburuk kondisinya[3] seperti: Museum Sejarah Jakarta (bekas Balai Kota Batavia, kantor dan kediaman Gubernur Jenderal VOC), Museum Bahari, Pelabuhan Sunda Kelapa, dan Museum Bank Indonesia.

Tetapi, masih ada usaha perbaikan Kota Tua, khususnya dari berbagai organisasi nirlaba, institusi swasta, dan pemerintah kota[4] yang telah bekerja sama untuk mengembalikan warisan Kota Tua Jakarta. Tahun 2007, beberapa jalan di sekitar Lapangan Fatahillah seperti Jalan Pintu Besar dan Jalan Pos Kota, ditutup sebagai tahap pertama perbaikan.

Data Kementerian Pariwisata dan Ekonomi Kreatif 
Data Publikasi Kementerian Pariwisata dan Ekonomi Kreatif / Badan Pariwisata dan Ekonomi Kreatif, Republik Indonesia

Peluncuran DMO Kota Tua Jakarta
22 Juli 2011 oleh Kemenparekraf

Kementerian Kebudayaan dan Pariwisata (Kemenbudpar) bersama Pemerintah Provinsi DKI Jakarta meluncurkan (Kick Off) program Destination Management Organization (DMO) kawasan Kota Tua Jakarta. Acara peluncuran yang dilakukan Dirjen Pengembangan Destinasi Pariwisata (Dirjen PDP) Kemenbudpar Firmansyah Rahim dan Deputi Gubernur Bidang Budaya dan Pariwisata Pemprov DKI Jakarta Sukesti Martono berlangsung di Museum Bank Mandiri, Kawasan Kota Tua Jakarta, Jumat (22/7).
Dalam acara peluncuran itu juga dilakukan deklarasi komitmen para stakeholder kawasan Kota Tua Jakarta yang terdiri dari unsur Pemerintah, BUMN, BUMS, Komunitas /Lembaga Swadaya Masyarakat (LSM), masyarakat lokal, pemerhati kawasan kota tua, dan wisatawan.
Acara peluncuran DMO disemarakkan dengan pegelaran seni budaya yang menampilkan antara lain tarian Padupa dari Komunitas Masyarakat Bahari (zona 1 Kawasan Sunda Kelapa), drumband TK Nurul Iman, Mandiri Heritage Marching Band, Marawis Kampung Bandan, dan kesenian lainnya.
Dirjen PDP Kemenbudpar Firmansyah Rahim menyambut gembira antusiasme para stakeholder dalam memajukan pariwisata kawasan Kota Tua Jakarta . "Program kegiatan DMO Kota Tua pada tahap awal membentuk kesamaan persepsi dan komitmen para stakeholder dalam mengelola kawasan Kota Tua Jakarta sebagai destinasi pariwisata untuk meningkatkan daya saing pariwisata secara berkelanjutan," kata Firmansyah Rahim.
Kawasan Kota Tua Jakarta merupakan satu di antara 15 destinasi pariwisata di seluruh tanah air yang terpilih sebagai destinasi yang akan dikembangkan melalui program DMO untuk lima tahun ke depan. Kemenbudpar memfasilitasi para stakeholder untuk mengawali proses assesment dan kajian-kajian, kemudian dilanjutkan dengan menyatukan kepentingan dalam perencanaan pengembangan Kota Tua Jakarta hingga nantinya menjadi destinasi yang mandiri dan berdaya saing global.
Kemenbudpar telah menetapkan program DMO di 15 destinasi pariwisata di seluruh tanah air yakni; Pangandaran (Jawa Barat), Danau Toba (Sumatera Utara), Komodo-Kelimutu-Flores (NTT), Java Promo-Borobudur (Jawa Tengah), Bunaken (Sulawesi Utara), Regional Bali-Danau Batur (Bali), Rinjani (NTB), Kota Tua Jakarta (DKI Jakarta), Toraja (Sulawesi Selatan), Bromo-Tengger-Semeru (Jawa Timur), Raja Ampat (Papua Barat), Wakatobi (Sulawesi Tenggara), Tanjung Puting (Kalimantan Tengah), Derawan (Kalimantan Timur), dan Sabang (Aceh). (Pusformas)

Hotel Borobudur
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Hotel Borobudur is a five star hotel and serviced apartment located in Central Jakarta, Indonesia. Conceived in the 1960s by President Sukarno, it was meant to be the second international-standard hotel to be built in the newly independent country (the first was Hotel Indonesia). The hotel is located near Lapangan Banteng, which during the colonial times was the center of what was the military-European colonial neighborhood of Weltevreden. At its opening in 1974, as the Hotel Borobudur Inter-Continental, it was the largest hotel in Jakarta.

The hotel is named after Borobudur temple, the famous 9th-century Buddhist monument located in Central Java. The five star Hotel Borobudur stands on a 7 hectares (17 acres) land, surrounded by a tropical garden of 2.3 hectares (5.7 acres). The interior design, artworks, decorations and garden statues of this hotel represents the style typical to the 9th century Sailendran art of Central Java. Which includes the replicas of Borobudur's balustrades, stupas, Buddha statues and bas-reliefs. The hotel features 868 rooms.The hotel features facilities such as a conference center, seven dining outlets, and a swimming pool. Hotel Borobudur has received several awards e.g. the Global Luxury Green Hotel Awards 2014, Leading City Hotel Awards 2014–2015, and Leading Business Hotel Awards 2014–2015.

The hotel was constructed over a land which was formerly used for military housing by the colonial government of the Dutch East Indies.[1] This military housing complex was located at the military heart of Batavia, the Weltevreden. Following the independence of Indonesia, Sukarno started several monumental projects, partly as a political statement of the ability of the newly independent nation to compete in the international. Some of Sukarno's early national projects which were built before Hotel Borobudur are Hotel Indonesia and the Sudirman-Thamrin Road.

In the 1960s, Sukarno conceived the idea to construct the second international-standard hotel in Indonesia. Sukarno ordered the acquisition of much of the northern part of the former military housing complex in Weltevreden to construct the new hotel. The south end of this military housing complex was not acquired by Sukarno and today the original messes still exist and are used as the military housing complex for the Indonesian Marine Corps). The new hotel was originally expected to be called Hotel Lapangan Banteng because of its close proximity with the Lapangan Banteng, located just to the south of the square. Other suggested name for the hotel was Hotel Jakarta Raya.

Groundbreaking of the hotel's construction took place in 1963 with Governor Soemarno attended the ceremony. The original design features 220 suite rooms housed in a six-floor building. The hotel was designed to accommodate guest of honors of the Istana Negara, the presidential palace of Indonesia. During the events of 30 September 1965, construction of the hotel was disrupted for several years. The hotel construction would only be completed in 1974. On March 23, 1974, President Suharto officially opened the Hotel Borobudur Inter-Continental, the ""largest hotel in Jakarta"". At this time the hotel design was expanded to 12 floors, housing 695 rooms, and contains apartments. The hotel was the official hotel for the Pacific Asia Travel Association.(PATA)