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  1. #15368
    I think for all the people who are asking, you may have the chance to travel to Jakarta and be allowed into Indonesia if you are a healthy person and can prove it, but I wouldn't do it based on the 2 reasons why:

    1) depending on who is and isn't on duty for quarantine on the day, certain officers may clear you and others wouldn't depending on how much they like your paperwork. Indonesia has been real finnicky based on what is lawful and unlawful and most criteria with laws is never really set in stone. I would hate to pay good money to get on flights just to be turned around at the border. Or, to get there and they slap a 14 day quarantine on you like most countries do.

    2) good luck getting flights! Getting international flights at the moment is notoriously hard, plus also expensive. International flights at the moment are for people trying to return home, not go on holiday- and I know plenty of people who have overseas businesses and they're completely screwed, half have gone under because of it.

  2. #15367
    Quote Originally Posted by Mangera  [View Original Post]
    So according to the chart, as a foreigner assuming one passes the rapid test, seems pretty reasonable that an international traveler can make it in. However, my only doubt is what do they mean by a "Health Certificate"? Does that mean that one has to take proof that they (passenger / traveler) passed a covid exam (negative result) X amount of time before the trip? Or does that mean you need a document or letter from your doctor as well?

    Health Certificate. Hmmm. Anyone have more information about that? Would be much appreciated.
    It is the present status of entry to the country. It is not comfortable to travel following this as a monger. I travel to Indo only after easing the entry. It will take few more months. I am waiting for it.

    Regards.

  3. #15366

    Sinking Jakarta

    Quote Originally Posted by BananaBoi  [View Original Post]
    In case you weren't aware, Jakarta is the fastest sinking city in the world and expected to be underwater by 2050. Works out perfectly with the 30 year contract!

    Bangkok is the other scary SEA city to invest in as it will be sitting below sea level by 2030!
    This is true mostly to the north of Monas. Further south the settlement is much less. Go to Sarinah and you can get a good impression of the settlement there; Sarina has a pile foundation and does not settle. The surrounding pavement does.

  4. #15365

    Sarinah

    Quote Originally Posted by MightySpearsman  [View Original Post]
    Just saw this post. I happened to be working in Jakarta during August / September 1992 when this particular McDonald's opened and stopped by during its first week, it was spotlessly clean and orderly even though there was a line outside the door. I remember chuckling because most Indonesian food is far superior (and healthier) than McDonald's food. Also remember going to a few birthday parties with my then-3 year old back in 2006.

    Hey, Sarinah's has had a good run, even though I remember reading that it was sinking. Famously named after Sukarno's nanny (and allegedly his first sex experience).
    If you mean "sinking" in the business sense, you may be right. I haven't been there for some time. In the physical sense it's unlikely, since Sarina was one of the first buildings with a pile foundation and doesn't subside. The surrounding pavement did not have a similar foundation, so over the last years a large height difference has developed between Sarina and the parking area. In the words of another member "you need a stepladder to get from the pavement to the first step of the stairs at the entrance".

  5. #15364

    The's Place

    Quote Originally Posted by Smoothy  [View Original Post]
    I still remember when that place first opened followed not long after by My Bar. I thought both places were downgrades from the places we already had (Oscars, Top Gun, Lintas Melawai). If we could go back to the days with Oscars, Top Gun and Lintas Melawai, I would be quite happy. No need to re-open the's or My Bar.
    I remember Dee's Place being located at the north end of the street and later re-locating to opposite Top Gun. If I'm correct Highway to Elle later took up the original location of the. My Bar was quite busy, with many girls available, until some years ago, but later you could come there around 10 in the evening and you would be the only one there. Sad.

  6. #15363

    Re: Entering Indonesia

    Quote Originally Posted by KoperenKlaas  [View Original Post]
    What this chart does not mention, but is quite clearly mentioned by all embassies, is that the only foreigners allowed to enter are those with a work permit or living permanently in Indonesia. Other exemptions are embassy personnel. Visiting for recreational purposes is still not allowed.
    The same holds true for many Asian countries. I would say all, but I have not checked all.

  7. #15362

    Entering Indonesia

    Quote Originally Posted by Thampi62  [View Original Post]
    Here it is friends.
    What this chart does not mention, but is quite clearly mentioned by all embassies, is that the only foreigners allowed to enter are those with a work permit or living permanently in Indonesia. Other exemptions are embassy personnel. Visiting for recreational purposes is still not allowed.

  8. #15361

    Thanks for the update

    Quote Originally Posted by Thampi62  [View Original Post]
    Here it is friends.
    So according to the chart, as a foreigner assuming one passes the rapid test, seems pretty reasonable that an international traveler can make it in. However, my only doubt is what do they mean by a "Health Certificate"? Does that mean that one has to take proof that they (passenger / traveler) passed a covid exam (negative result) X amount of time before the trip? Or does that mean you need a document or letter from your doctor as well?

    Health Certificate. Hmmm. Anyone have more information about that? Would be much appreciated.

  9. #15360
    Quote Originally Posted by Thampi62  [View Original Post]
    Here it is friends.
    Is this expected to be eased during July or August?

  10. #15359

    Present Status of guidelines for international travelers

    Here it is friends.
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  11. #15358
    Quote Originally Posted by KoperenKlaas  [View Original Post]
    Well, another part of history is gone.

    D's Place has announced that it is closed for good. What is left of Pelatehan?
    I still remember when that place first opened followed not long after by My Bar. I thought both places were downgrades from the places we already had (Oscars, Top Gun, Lintas Melawai). If we could go back to the days with Oscars, Top Gun and Lintas Melawai, I would be quite happy. No need to re-open the's or My Bar.

  12. #15357
    Quote Originally Posted by HungMan1808  [View Original Post]
    For those who remember the days when Sarinah was the epicentre of activity in Jakarta. The McDonalds has closed!

    https://www.thejakartapost.com/multi...estaurant.html
    most Indonesian food is far supoerio
    Ok so it did spend time as that god awful Captain something or other about ten years back due to franchise disputes, but many a happy time was started in that place after you tried your luck elsewhere. As the interviewees attest to in the video! Not for me though, never one pickup there apart from the only case of a bad stomach to ever result in Indonesia.

    It joins the Hard Rock cafe next door (and JJs / Tanamour down the road) as but a memory in long time Jakarta expat minds.
    Just saw this post. I happened to be working in Jakarta during August / September 1992 when this particular McDonald's opened and stopped by during its first week, it was spotlessly clean and orderly even though there was a line outside the door. I remember chuckling because most Indonesian food is far superior (and healthier) than McDonald's food. Also remember going to a few birthday parties with my then-3 year old back in 2006.

    Hey, Sarinah's has had a good run, even though I remember reading that it was sinking. Famously named after Sukarno's nanny (and allegedly his first sex experience).

  13. #15356
    Quote Originally Posted by Menteng  [View Original Post]
    Yes, my friend, thanks to the yellowish pills. But it is no fun watching all those icons in Jakarta disappear. Makes you conscious of your age!
    And now even the's Place has announced that it is being closed for good. Is that the last of the legacy of the legendary Darryl Patton?

  14. #15355

    D's Place

    Well, another part of history is gone.

    D's Place has announced that it is closed for good. What is left of Pelatehan?

  15. #15354
    Quote Originally Posted by Thampi62  [View Original Post]
    Hi friends.

    The great depression in 1930's,The great recession in 2008,what is in 2020?The great attrition?
    The great coronation.

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