Our city map of Jakarta (Indonésia) shows 8,484 km of streets and paths. If you wanted to walk them all, assuming you walked four kilometers an hour, eight hours a day, it would take you 265 days. And, when you need to get home there are 336 bus and tram stops, and subway and railway stations in Jakarta.
With a total area of 12 square kilometers, public green spaces and parks make up 0.2% of Jakarta’s total area, 5,653 square kilometers. That means each of Jakarta’s 10,187,595 residents has an average of 1.2 square meters.
When people in Jakarta want to go out, they are spoilt for choice; our map shows more than 502 cafés, restaurants, bars, ice-cream parlors, beer gardens, cinemas, nightclubs and theatres. The city also boasts more than 118 sights and monuments, and far more than 906 retailers. Feeling tired? Our map shows more than 335 hotels and guest houses, where you can rest.