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Travel to Jakarta, Indonesia’s cultural and political centre and a cosmopolitan melting pot
'After arriving in style with SAUDIA, you will never want to leave the stunning tropical island of Java, nor the dynamic city of Jakarta, the second largest urban agglomeration in the world. As you walk the streets or partake in its vibrant commercial life, you will hear a wide range of languages being spoken, evidence of the city’s true melting pot status. It is also home to Southeast Asia’s biggest mosque, the Istiqlal Mosque, located near Monas Square. Renowned for its prestigious art and culture festival and exhibitions, including the Jakarta International Film Festival, and the International Java Jazz Festival, as well as boasting four theme parks, you’ll never have a moment to get bored –or lonely. The city is also famous for the friendliness and hospitality of its residents. But Jakarta is not only filled with great people, delicious food, and places to visit, it is also home to many parks and other green spaces, allowing you to relax and unwind in locations such as Merdeka Square, which was the world’s largest square up until 2000. The Buffalo Field or Lapangan Banteng is another great place to take a break from hectic city life. Both parks boast impressive monuments and memorials, and the August Flona Jakarta exhibition sees Lapangan Banteng filled with flowers, plant nurseries, and animals; Where is the central park.
Flights to the economic centre of Jakarta with SAUDIA
Jakarta is more than a great place to be a tourist, it is also an internationally important business destination. Currently the seat of the ASEAN secretariat, and the ASEAN’s largest economy, it is also home to the Bank of Indonesia, the Indonesian Stock Exchange and is the corporate headquarters of numerous Indonesian and multinational corporations. The city hosts two Fortune 500 and four Unicorn companies, as well as an impressive six Forbes Global 200 companies, making it an economic powerhouse. Growing faster than Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok or Beijing, other key regional centres, Jakarta is currently ranked 34th for economic growth amongst the world’s largest 200 cities.