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favehotel Kelapa Gading

favehotel Kelapa Gading

Jl. Gading Indah Raya No.8 Blok C-32,
Kelapa Gading, Jakarta
t: +62 21 451 4048 / +62 8111 514 048
e: KelapaGadingInfo@favehotels.com

Attractions Nearby
Jakarta Islamic Centre Jakarta Islamic Centre
Jakarta Islamic Center (JIC) is an organization assessment and development of Islam in Jakarta.

La Piazza La Piazza
La Piazza is a lifestyle center located in Sentra Kelapa Gading and connect with Ancol. Standing on an area of ​​2 hectares with a building area reaches 20.000m2.

Kelapa Gading Mall Kelapa Gading Mall
Kelapa Gading Mall is one of the biggest mall in Jakarta with an area of ​​approximately 130,000 m2 located in Kelapa Gading area, precisely at Sentra Kelapa Gading area adjacent to The Summit Apartment, Ivory City and La Piazza Food Lifestyle Center.

Artha Gading Mall Artha Gading Mall
Artha Gading Mall in Kelapa Gading is located on the side of the highway Cawang - Tanjung Priok. Design and interior mall is taking the concept of the historical Silk Road. This mall was built in 2005 and opened in 2007.

Mall of Indonesia Mall of Indonesia
Mall of Indonesia (also called MOI) is a shopping mall located in Kelapa Gading Square area, located in the Kelapa Gading Barat, Kelapa Gading, North Jakarta. The layout of this mall adjacent to the Coconut Ivory Trade Center or the KTC is located right in front of Kelapa Gading Square area.

Marunda Village Marunda Village

Sentral Belanja Kelapa Gading Sentral Belanja Kelapa Gading

Taman Impian Jaya Ancol Taman Impian Jaya Ancol
Taman Impian Jaya Ancol is a tourist attraction in North Jakarta. As a community renewal society which became the pride of the nation. Always create a better social environment through quality entertainment offerings that element of art, culture and knowledge, in order to realize the community 'Life Re-Creation' which became the pride of the Indonesia nation.

Tugu Village Tugu Village
Kampung Tugu is located in Semper Barat Village in Cilincing District, Jakarta, and is a community of Portugese descendants. In 1641 the VOC captured the port city on the Malay Peninsula from the hands of the Portuguese and the Dutch took the Portuguese to Indonesia as prisoners of war. The prisoners were placed in the area of Kampung Bandan and twenty years later approximately 150 people were freed and moved to Kampung Tugu. The Dutch referred to these people as De Mardijkers, which means 'people who were freed'.