Funadvice Travel Advice

places found


  1. Jakarta

    Jakarta is the capital and largest city of Indonesia, located on the northwest of the island of Java. The city itself has a population of about 10 million, and forms the centre of the Greater Jakarta metropolitan area with about 30 million people.



  2. Jakarta/Central

    Central Jakarta (Indonesian: Jakarta Pusat) is equivalent to New York's Manhattan area, acting as the commercial and business district of Jakarta. By day the many office buildings are filled with workers; by night, people stream into the shopping malls.

  3. Indonesia

    Indonesia is a huge archipelago of diverse islands scattered over both sides of the Equator between the Indian Ocean and the Pacific Ocean. While it has land borders with Malaysia to the north and East Timor and Papua New Guinea to the east, its exclusive economic zone also abuts Australia to the south; Palau, the Philippines, Vietnam, Singapore, and Thailand to the north; and India to the northwest.


    People near Jakarta


  4. Jakarta/South

    South Jakarta (Indonesian: Jakarta Selatan) is one of the municipalities of the Indonesian capital Jakarta, known for its upscale residential areas and shopping malls, and a part of the city's business district with tall office buildings and wide boulevards.

  5. Jakarta/East

    East Jakarta (Indonesian: Jakarta Timur) is in Jakarta. Industrial Quarter of the city, and the location of Taman Mini Indonesia Indah where you can see parts of Indonesia's multiethnic community in one park, also crafted goods at Utan Kayu art community, Cibubur camping ground, and Jakarta's 2nd airport, Halim Perdanakusuma airport.



  6. Jakarta/North

    North Jakarta (Indonesian: Jakarta Utara) is one of the municipalities of the Indonesian capital, along the Java Sea coast, and the location where Jakarta began to take shape. The colonial Dutch legacy still lives on at the Old Town (Kota Tua, at the border with West Jakarta) and the Sunda Kelapa harbour.

  7. Jakarta/West

    West Jakarta (Indonesian: Jakarta Barat) is part of the Old Batavia and is home to Jakarta's Chinatown, called the Glodok area. Glodok is more of electronic promenade of Jakarta, but is rich in street hawker food and Chinese restaurants, as well as old Chinese temple complexes.

  8. Bekasi

    Bekasi is a city in the province of West Java in Indonesia, and is part of the Jabodetabek Greater Jakarta metropolitan area. The city is both a commuter city for Jakarta and an industrial city in its own right, with a large number of factories located in and around the city.

  9. Depok

    Depok is a city in the province of West Java in Indonesia. The city, with a population of almost 2 million, is part of the Jabodetabek Greater Jakarta metropolitan area, and is just south of the national capital.



  10. South Tangerang

    South Tangerang (Tangerang Selatan) is a city in the province of Banten, and part of the Jabodetabek Greater Jakarta metropolitan area. South Tangerang is not a city in the traditional sense, but is a densely populated urban area consisting of several towns and Jakarta suburbs, that together became an independent city in 2008, when it was separated from the regency of Tangerang.

  11. Soekarno-Hatta International Airport

    Soekarno-Hatta International Airport() is located on the island of Java and serves Indonesia's capital, Jakarta, the wider Greater Jakarta metropolitan area, and a large part of Western Java.

  12. Tangerang

    Tangerang is a city in the province of Banten, and part of the Jabodetabek Greater Jakarta metropolitan area, just west of the Indonesian capital Jakarta. With a population of over 2 million, Tangerang is mainly a commuter city for Jakarta.

  13. Batujaya

    Batujaya is a village and district in the North Coast region of Western Java, Indonesia. The district is known for the archaeological site of the Batujaya temples.

  14. Rengasdengklok

    Rengasdengklok is a town and district in the North Coast region of West Java, Indonesia.

  15. Karawang

    Karawang is a city and regency in the North Coast region of Western Java, Indonesia.



  16. Puncak

    Puncak (literally Peak or Summit) or the Puncak Pass is a mountain pass in the Bogor Raya region of Western Java, Indonesia. The designation 'Puncak' is also used for the wider mountain region around the pass, which is a popular tourism destination.

  17. Thousand Islands (Indonesia)

    Thousand Islands (Kepulauan Seribu) are a group of islands off the coast of Jakarta in Western Java, Indonesia. Administratively, it is a part of the Jakarta Special Capital Region.

  18. Rangkasbitung

    Rangkasbitung is a city in Banten province, in the Western Java region of Indonesia.

  19. Cikampek

    Cikampek is a town and district in the North Coast region of Western Java, Indonesia.

  20. Cianjur

    Cianjur is a city in the Bogor Raya region of Western Java, Indonesia.

  21. Purwakarta

    Purwakarta is a city and regency in the Parahyangan mountain region of Western Java, Indonesia.

  22. Serang

    Serang is the capital of the province of Banten, in the Western Java region of Indonesia. The city, with a population of about 600,000, is located about 75 km west of the city centre of Jakarta.

  23. Sukabumi

    Sukabumi is a city in the Bogor Raya region in Western Java, Indonesia.

  24. Pandeglang

    Pandeglang is a town in the province of Banten, in the Western Java region of Indonesia.

  25. Cimaja

    Cimaja is a surfing village in the Bogor Raya region, on the Indian Ocean coast of Western Java, Indonesia.

  26. Pelabuhan Ratu

    Pelabuhan Ratu is a town in the Bogor Raya region, at the south coast of Western Java, Indonesia. It is known for its fishing port, beaches, and surfing spot.

  27. Cilegon

    Cilegon is a city on the west coast of the province of Banten, in the Western Java region of Indonesia. It is a major industrial city, with especially a strong steel industry as well as several shipyards.

  28. Merak

    Merak (or officially Pulo Merak) is a town and seaport on the northwestern tip of the island of Java, in Banten province in Indonesia. While the town is relatively small, it is well known for its seaport, from where passenger ferries and cargo ships depart to the island of Sumatra on the other side of the Sunda Strait.

  29. Sawarna

    Sawarna is a village on the south coast of Banten province, in the Western Java region of Indonesia.

  30. Cimahi

    Cimahi is a city in the Parahyangan region of Western Java, Indonesia. The city is a suburb on the western side of the provincial capital Bandung.

  31. Ciater

    Ciater is a town in the Parahyangan mountain region of Western Java, Indonesia. The town is known for its volcanic hot springs.

  32. Anyer

    Anyer is a beach resort town in the province of Banten in the Western Java region of Indonesia. It is the most famous beach area on Java's west coast, and also popular because it is relatively easy to reach from the capital Jakarta.

  33. Subang (West Java)

    Subang is a city on the foothills of the Parahyangan mountains of Western Java in Indonesia, and the capital of the regency of Subang.

  34. Pamanukan

    Pamanukan is a town in the North Coast region of West Java, Indonesia.

  35. Lembang

    Lembang is a town and district in the Parahyangan mountain region of Western Java , Indonesia. The town is located in the mountains north of Bandung.

  36. Bandung/Northwest

    Northwest Bandung contains some of Bandung's main shopping centres, from the Jalan Cihampelas 'jeans street' to the extensive Paris Van Java shopping mall. Northwest Bandung also includes the main road into the mountains of Lembang, and Bandung's airport.

  37. Carita

    Carita is a town in the province of Banten in the Western Java region of Indonesia. It is on Java's west coast, and because it is mainly known for its beaches, the town is sometimes also called Carita Beach (Pantai Carita).

  38. Bandung/North

    North Bandung covers some of key urban expansions of Bandung during the early 20th century. It covers the Dago area with the ITB university campus and many caf├ęs and restaurants, as well as the former colonial government centre of Gedung Sate.

  39. Bandung/East

    East Bandung covers the districts of Bandung to the east of the Dago area, and north of the railway. It includes districts such as Cicaheum, Ujungberung, and Antapani.

  40. Bandung/Central

    Central Bandung forms the city centre (pusat kota) of the city of Bandung. Although the area had been inhabited before, it was here that the city of Bandung was founded in the year 1810, at the place where the Great Post Road crosses the Cikapundung river.

  41. Labuan (Banten)

    Labuan is a fishing town on the west coast of Banten province, in the Western Java region of Indonesia.

  42. Bandung

    Bandung is the capital city of West Java province, and the third largest city in Indonesia after Jakarta and Surabaya. Nicknamed Parijs van Java (Paris of Java) by the Dutch for its resemblance to Paris and European atmosphere back at the colonial times, it is locally called as Kota Kembang, literally meaning the Flowery City because Bandung had a lot of flowers in the colonial era and republic era up to the early 1960s.

  43. Bandung/South

    South Bandung covers the extensive residential areas of Bandung south of the railway. South Bandung encompasses a large number of neighbourhoods and districts, including Cibaduyut, Buah Batu, and Gedebage, as well as the Trans Studio theme park.

  44. Ciwidey

    Ciwidey is a village and district about 30 km south of the city of Bandung, in the Parahyangan mountain region of Western Java, Indonesia.

  45. Panimbang

    Panimbang is a small town and district on the west coast of Banten province, in the Western Java region of Indonesia. The district also includes the Tanjung Lesung peninsula.

  46. Ujung Genteng

    Ujung Genteng is a fishing village and beach resort in the Bogor Raya region of Western Java, Indonesia.

  47. Sumedang

    Sumedang is a city and regency in the Parahyangan mountain region of Western Java, Indonesia.

  48. Krakatoa

    Krakatoa (Gunung Krakatau) is a volcanic island in the Sunda Strait between Java and Sumatra in Indonesia. It is part of Lampung province in Sumatra.