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Jl. Ciledug Raya No.99
Kebayoran Lama , Jakarta - 12230 Indonesia.
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A Guide to Jakarta's Residential Area

Just off the TB. Simatupang toll road you’ll find the Cilandak neighborhood. The area is currently best known for the still very hip Cilandak Town Square, famous for its restaurants and cafes. The recently renovated Cilandak sport Centre with its huge Olympic sized open air pool is also a worth a visit. The area features a plethora of great apartment ideally suited for young couples who prefer practicality to pretension.

Cipete connects the main South Jakarta arteries of Jl. Fatmawati and Jl. Antasari. There are many agreeable small cafes, restaurants and boutiques to enjoy here set amongst the cosy back streets may be small but herein lies the appeal of Cipete. The mellow rows of sleepy houses that nestle under the shade of Cipete’s many lust trees provide respite from the surrounding bedlam of South Jakarta full swing.

Couples with young children often opt to live in Kebayoran Baru because of its relative residential calm. Houses here are neither too small nor too big and the streets aren’t overcrowded with cars, making it safe for parents to take their kids for a walk or bike ride.

Just behind the plaza Indonesia complex sits Kebon Kacang. More suited to the single sophisticate about town, Kebon Kacang features apartment complexes of varying prices. The restaurants of Jl. Wahid Hasyim are close by, as are the enormous new Grand Indonesia. Plaza Indonesia, the Sarinah building and the celebrated Hotel Indonesia roundabout. The main busway route on Sudirman is also close at hand if you want to live near to Jakarta’s throbbing downtown action then Kebon Kacang could be the perfect place for you.

Kemang has traditionally been a popular area for Jakarta’s expatriate community to live in. With Plenty of international school close by, as well as Western supermarkets (kemchicks, Hero Kemang and Gourmet Garage) as well as a myriad of popular restaurants and bars, Kemang offers residents a self contained all-in-one living experience.

A little further away from the city’s main southern districts lies Kebon Jeruk. Altough it may seem a long way away whendriving here, Kebon Jeruk is easily accessed from many areas of town. House in Kebon Jeruk are also perfect for families as the area is a fair distance from Jakarta’s main and highly polluted thoroughfares.


The Cinere district has undergone a lot of changes of late and the locals has become a popular choice for families to live in although there aren’t (yet) any major shopping mals in the area, traveling to nearby Pondok Indah or Kemang is an effortless journey. Cinere is also well known for its many restaurants and, perhaps most importantly, is far enough south to provide lf families with a bit of greenness, fresh air and general respite from the chaos of the capital.

In addition to Kemang, the Kuningan district is also popular with the expatriate community. Suitable for those working in the central business district as well as nearby Menteng, Kuningan is where Jakarta’s main embassies are located. Several great apartment buildings can be found here including the huge Taman Rasuna complex. Kuningan is also very close to the Mega Kuningan district with its offices and increasingly popular night spots as well as the massively popular Ambasador Shopping Mall.

Although the Mampang area is usually chock solid with traffic, it can be quite a convenient location in which to live. The area is close to the centre of town and yet is actually in the south of town where international schools and jeafier lanes are easily accessed. There are also good shopping options in Mampang (Kemang and the newly opened Pejaten Village top the list here). Reaching the city’s skyscrapers and offices in Kuningan and on Jl. Gatot Subroto and Jl. Sudirman is also a cinch. Mampang definitely offers its residents the best of both worlds.

Still famous for housing much of the city’s upper class elite and ambassadors (as well as containing the famous residence of ex-President Suharto), Menteng is also rich in history. Unsurprisingly then, living in Menteng can be a little pricey for some people. The area’s central location and many quiet, tree lined streets, however, make Menteng a top area with those for whom money is no object.

Permata Hijau may not host huge shopping malls or office buildings but the area makes a perfect choice for families who have children. Plenty of greenery and scheduled back streets make Permata Hijau suitable for those who love their morning walks or fun jogs.

Pondok Indah is one of the cities poshest and most affluent residential areas. Famed for its tropical. Tree lined streets and huge mansions, local and foreign resident choose Pondok Indah for many reasons. As well as the many international and national-plus schools close by, entertainment and recreation are also on hand at Pondok Indah Malls I and II as well as at the water park and classy golf course.

Senayan is great area for young couples. Situated between South and Central Jakarta. Senayan offers the leisure options of south (Senayan City, Plaza Senayan, Senayan sports complex and driving range) but is also very close to the office blocks of Jl. Sudirman.

Those who appreciate Jakarta’s many landmark, such as Monas or the National Library, may enjoy living in Senen. Even though it is a little hectic, the area can still be an agreeable place in which to live. Senen is also close to the historic Gedung Kesenian Jakarta where local and international performances are often held.

This is possibly the most strategic area of town in which to live. Jl. Sudirman is Jakarta’s best known thoroughfare and at the heart of the city’s CBD. Busy executives who value practicality and convenience should consider pitching camp here. Most of the capital’s main offices can be found here, as well as plenty of apartments. The busway is also readily at hand so there’s no need to own your own car. Rents here may be a touch steeper than in other less central areas, however you’ll be so close to everything thath perhaps this won’t be an issue at all.

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