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Vacation Rental Price Information in Jakarta
We rendered price information data on the above graph to give you more insights on prices in Jakarta. Prices rise in January and reach an average of $31 a night (1/11 - 1/18), making it the most expensive time to book a rental in the next 12 months. The cheapest week is in December (12/7 - 12/14). Prices fall to an average of $28 per night.
Rental Availability Information in Jakarta
Check how busy Jakarta is with our availability graph. More people travel to Jakarta a week in July (7/13 - 7/20). So far, 7% of the rentals are occupied this week. The week with the most available rentals is in February (2/23 - 3/2), with 99% of the vacation rentals available.
The Weather in Jakarta
Above are the weather conditions for Jakarta. In the next 6 months, October will have higher average temperatures. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 75° in July. The rainiest month is October while the driest month is August.
Experience buzzing Jakarta with a vacation rental
Vast and varied, Jakarta is a banquet for the senses. Thread your way through its labyrinthine streets, while returning to your ideal vacation accommodation each evening to rejuvenate for the next day's adventures.
Flavours of Jakarta
Find some of the city's best street food along Jalan Kampung Lima, tucked behind the Mandiri Bank. The food stalls here serve spicy fried chicken, smoothies and steaming soups, among other treats. Round off your meal with tasty banana fritters. Over at Lenggang Jakarta meanwhile, fifty or so vendors dish up cuisine from throughout the country. Communal tables create a social atmosphere.
For a refined dining experience, head to Nusa. Housed in a stunning colonial house, it's one of the city's top restaurants. Don't leave without visiting the Pantjoran Tea House. Dating from 1928, this serene cafe serves Indonesian favorites, alongside an impressive array of teas.
Museum Nasional is without doubt the best of its kind in the country. See ancient statues, including the monumental five metre high form of a fearsome Bhairawa king from Sumatra, depicted walking over human skulls. Dayak puppets and wooden statues from Nias are highlights in the ethnology gallery.
Encounter the artistic greats at the Kunstkring Paleis, which has previously exhibited pieces by Van Gogh, Picasso, and Gauguin. In this Dutch-style building, traditional Indonesian meals are accompanied by cocktails or high tea, with a backdrop of fine art.
More cultural treasures
Learn about Indonesian industry and culture at the grandiose Museum Bank Indonesia. The currency gallery presents notes from every country in the world, while the spice trade and recent financial crisis are explored through interactive multimedia displays.
The Taman Mini Indonesia Indah is a true cultural hub. Besides an IMAX cinema, theatres, museums, and cultural performances and events, you can explore traditional houses representing every Indonesian province. Each one is fitted out with traditional regional handicrafts and clothing.
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