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Indonesia is known for shopping, beaches, and adventure. A trip to the island paradise of Jakarta can sate your adventurous side and help you find inner peace. Whether you take on the dips and spins of the rollercoasters at Dufan, or you want to check out the city’s vibrant night life, or if you want to do a bit of soul searching in the halls of Jin De Yuan temple, the eclectic city has an activity for every age and activity level. If you’re planning a family holiday, romantic getaway, or even a corporate team building event, get the most value for your dollar by booking cheap flights from Brisbane to Jakarta on Webjet.
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The best time to visit Jakarta
While temperatures in Jakarta hover between 29°C (84°F) and 35°C (95°F) all year long, the region also experiences a wet and dry season. Wet season lasts from November through April. December through February receive the highest rainfall allowing temperatures to drop slightly as the sun sets. If you’re searching for cheap flights from Brisbane to Jakarta, look to travel in June. May through October fall in the dry season although a few rain storms may pop up in those months. July through September see a huge influx of tourists which increases airfare and hotel prices. You should book any excursions well in advance and be mindful of Muslim holidays.
Departing From Brisbane
Garuda Indonesia, Virgin Australia, and Singapore Airlines fly from Brisbane Airport (BNE) to Jakarta’s Soekarno-Hatta International Airport (CGK) in less than 11 hours. The BNE to CGK flight includes one stopover in Singapore (SIN) or Sydney (SYD).
Getting to Brisbane International Airport
Black and white taxis and Uber offer airport transfer from the city centre. The 20-minute ride costs $33 AUD. The cheapest public transfer to Brisbane Airport is on the AirTrain. One-way fare is $15 AUD.
Parking at Brisbane International Airport
Store your car in one of Brisbane Airport’s 24 hour monitored car parks while you’re on holiday in Jakarta. If you pre-book your slot, you can score big discounts over the drive-up rates.
Where to Park at Brisbane International Airport
International travellers from BNE to CGK have three convenient car parks to choose.
· Valet Parking: Perfect for travelers who want speedy parking with close access to the terminals. To valet, pull up to the stall on level 1 of the International Car Park, grab your bags and walk just a few steps to the international terminal. Daily rates start $69 AUD.
· PARKLONG: Long-term parking at its finest is found inside the PARKLONG lot. The no-hassle covered parking on levels 2 through 5 will put you within a 5 minute walk to the terminal. Daily rates start at $39 AUD
· AIRPARK: If you’re looking for parking on a budget, book your space in the AIRPARK. Chose from covered or uncovered parking and take advantage of the free shuttle to the terminals. Daily rates for covered or uncovered parking start at $29 AUD.
Arriving in Jakarta
Be sure you have the proper Visa documentation prior to arriving at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport (CGK). The Visitor Visa allows Aussies to enter Indonesia for a period of 30 days.
How to Get from Soekarno-Hatta International Airport to Your Jakarta Hotel or Accommodation
Soekarno-Hatta International Airport (CGK) is about 25 kilometres from central Jakarta. It can take more than 40 minutes to get through the busy metropolis. Travellers in large groups or those carrying a lot of luggage can make arrangements with SHIA’s Shuttle Service Minibus. One-way fare to Bandung ranges between 130,000 IDR ($13 AUD) and 160,000 IDR ($16 AUD). There are seven different taxi services available for airport transfer out of Soekarno-Hatta International Airport (CGK). Each metred taxi company will vary on fare to the city centre or area hotel, but you can expect to pay between 170,000 IDR ($17 AUD) and 220,000 IDR ($20 AUD).
Things to do in Jakarta
Enjoy shopping in one of Jakarta’s iconic flea markets in the Menteng district. You’ll find a large selection of arts and crafts, amazing textiles, food items, and local creations. While you’re there, take in the culture and remember to haggle with vendors before paying. Get your thrills at one of the biggest amusement parks in Indonesia at Dufan. The Internationally themed park includes deep dropping roller coasters, interactive rides for visitors of all ages, and live action shows. Dufan is a great place for solo travellers, families, and even corporate getaways. For a fascinating journey through Jakarta’s history, head to the National Museum (Museum Nasional in Indonesian). Inside the architecturally significant building, you’ll learn of the history, arty, culture, and geography of the land. You can also learn more about both Indonesian ceramics and Hindu Art. Explore the exquisitely designed Jin De Yuan temple. Take in the incense as ceremonial bells chime or stand in awe of the ancient calligraphy proudly on display. Even if you don’t go inside, be sure to take a look at the roof. You’ll see two elaborate dragons holding pearls in their mouths.