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  1. #15726
    I used JW Marriott & LE Meridien Spas. The therapists are very attractive & pretty good service. If you are staying there, then you can request in room & no limits.

    Quote Originally Posted by FullerUp  [View Original Post]
    I'm in Jakarta briefly for the first time later this week.

    I'm looking for a clean, upscale spa where I can get a happy ending massage around lunchtime.

    Any other extras, such as full service, aren't necessary (though wouldn't necessarily be refused), though it would be nice to be able to choose the girl, and it would be preferable it the girl performs the massage nude.

    Any recommendations? Are spots like Fortune Spa and Delta Spa good for this kind of thing? I do care a bit about the attractiveness of the masseuse, and am fine paying a premium for this.

    Thanks in advance.

  2. #15725

    Poetic indeed

    Quote Originally Posted by Crocodilexp  [View Original Post]
    That was the most poetic thing I ever read on this forum. Thank you for lifting our spirits.

    Now, if only they'd bring back visa-free entry or visa-on-arrival to Indonesia.
    I agree, very poetic!

  3. #15724
    Quote Originally Posted by Hilo77  [View Original Post]
    As it turned out it was just like the old days, two 20-something Sundanese single moms, who in the harsh light of the bedroom out of their push-up bras and high-heeled stilettoes lacked the glamour they presented in the noise and darkness upstairs. Added to that, the perfunctory covered BJ reminded me why I rarely had a great time in Classic.

    But you know what? I didn't care. It was just nice to know that the green shoots of spring are here, winter's over. My life didn't come to a shuddering end in March 2020 after all, there's fun to be had again.

    Just not in Classic, not this time.
    That was the most poetic thing I ever read on this forum. Thank you for lifting our spirits.

    Now, if only they'd bring back visa-free entry or visa-on-arrival to Indonesia.

  4. #15723
    Yes some of the places ask for vaccine certificate. But if your a foreigner they will almost accept anything with the writing 'vaccine' in it if you insist.

    Quote Originally Posted by EgyMongerNew  [View Original Post]
    Classic, Travel, Malioboro and Kota Indah are indeed open. However, for the first 3 quality is down yet prices are up compared to pre-Covid. And in the case of Malioboro, you need proof of vaccination to get in. I used a photoshoped one and had no issue.

  5. #15722

    Zaigon spa

    First time visit to Zaigon spa in Mangga Besar last weekend. Impressed with the setup. Lounge and sauna.

    Did not try the sauna, only wanted companionship. The GRO let me choose a girl after seeing pictures on her phone. At least 15 available, age between 20-25. All good looking. Price was 650 all inclusive. Girl performed very well, was up to anything. Highly recommended.

    Sriwijaya.

  6. #15721

    Yes but quality way down

    Quote Originally Posted by Sriwijaya  [View Original Post]
    Jakarta is not back to almost pre-pandemic levels in terms of spas, bordellos and freelancers. A lot of girls available. Malioboro, classic and kota indah open.
    Classic, Travel, Malioboro and Kota Indah are indeed open. However, for the first 3 quality is down yet prices are up compared to pre-Covid. And in the case of Malioboro, you need proof of vaccination to get in. I used a photoshoped one and had no issue.

  7. #15720
    Quote Originally Posted by Sriwijaya  [View Original Post]
    Yes its my understanding too that the Visa On Arrival scheme has still not been re-activated and that you need to apply for a visa at your nearest consulate or embassy, before you enter Indonesia.

    Sriwijaya.
    I think its even worse and that you have to contact an Indonesian visa agent and let him handle it for you. From what I understand you can't apply for it yourself. A sneaky way to put those people back to work by the Indonesian government maybe?

  8. #15719
    Yes its my understanding too that the Visa On Arrival scheme has still not been re-activated and that you need to apply for a visa at your nearest consulate or embassy, before you enter Indonesia.

    Sriwijaya.

    Quote Originally Posted by BananaBoi  [View Original Post]
    Was wondering if anyone could clarify the latest travel restrictions for Indonesia. This only applies to the 19 countries that have been deemed allowed to enter Indonesia effective October 14. In one section it says a 211A visa is allowed to enter Indonesia and that section includes tourist visas. However, in another section it states that Visa on Arrivals are still suspended. Does that mean I can apply for a visa at the Indonesian Embassy if I am a citizen of one of the 19 countries and be allowed to fly in to Soekarno?

    With only a 3 day quarantine and Jakarta bars all now open this seems like a better option for me than going to Thailand where bars can not fully reopen, other than Phuket.

  9. #15718

    Dutch East Indies

    It depends where you are flying from (Australians, thankfully, cannot fly without an exemption) and your vax status.

    Assuming a US passport.

    Unvaccinated:

    Unvaccinated travelers are not allowed to enter Indonesia. Entry restrictions do not apply to:

    -Indonesian citizens and residency permit holders;.

    -Travelers with health or humanitarian purposes.

    Travelers are required to take a COVID-19 RT-PCR test on arrival at the airport.

    Travelers are required to verify foreign-issued, vaccination cards that will be used to accommodate activities in Indonesia. (online form= https://vaksinln.dto.kemkes.go.id/sign/in).

    Travelers must have a printed negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test result in English. The test must be taken a maximum of 72 hours before departure. = RT-PCR Test 72 hours before departure Travelers must have health insurance or travel insurance that includes health financing, as well as a statement letter willing to pay independently all medical costs (if some are not covered by insurance / do not have insurance) if exposed to COVID-19 while in Indonesia. (For full details and exemptions, see https://www.imigrasi.go.id/id/covid19/).

    Travelers must wear masks in public places.

    Fully Vaccinated.

    Vaccinated travelers from United States (and 221 additional countries) are allowed to enter Indonesia as long as they meet one of the following requirements:

    -Holders of valid visit visa (B211) or a limited stay visa;.

    -holders of a valid Business Travel Card;.

    -Travelers under the Travel Corridor Arrangement (TCA);.

    -Holders of valid Stay Permits (ITAS or ITAP) and Re-Entry Permits;.

    -Holders of unused Visit Visa and Limited Stay Visa issued for the period 22 April 18 July 2021 must re-check the reactivation eVisa that has been sent to the e-mail address of the foreigner and the guarantor. They must use their new eVisa no later than October 15,2021;.

    -Travelers with health or humanitarian purposes;.

    -Holders of diplomatic and service visas.

    Entry restrictions do not apply to:

    -Indonesian citizens and residency permit holder.

    Travelers are required to take a COVID-19 RT-PCR test on arrival at the airport.

    For full details and exemptions, see https://www.imigrasi.go.id/id/covid19/.

    Description.

    Fully vaccinated travelers must quarantine for 3 days at a facility designated by the Indonesian government. Travelers must take a COVID-19 RT-PCR test on day 3 of quarantine. Travelers who test positive must quarantine for longer at their own cost.

    This requirement does apply to:

    -Indonesia migrant workers;.

    -Students and civil servants;.

    -Travelers who stay in hotels / inns approved by the government.

    -Travelers over the age of 18;.

    -Holders of diplomatic / service stay permit;.

    -Holders of KITAS and KITAP.

    Complete here: https://vaksinln.dto.kemkes.go.id/sign/in.

    Forms and documents.

    Mandatory non-Indonesian vaccination verification form. Travelers are required to verify foreign-issued, vaccination cards that will be used to accommodate activities in Indonesia. Form = https://vaksinln.dto.kemkes.go.id/sign/in.

    Proof of negative COVID-19 test results Travelers must have a printed negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test result in English. The test must be taken a maximum of 72 hours before departure. RT-PCR Test 72 hours before departure For full details and exemptions, see https://www.imigrasi.go.id/id/covid19/.

    Mandatory Health Alert Card Travelers are required to download and fill out the eHAC Indonesia (Indonesia Health Alert Card) application via smartphone, then show the details to the officer upon arrival. An droid https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...kom.tracencare and IOS apps https://apps.apple.com/id/app/peduli...i/id1504600374 avaialble.

    For full details and exemptions, see https://www.kemkes.go.id/article/vie...ation-use.html.

    Mandatory proof of vaccination Travelers must have proof of vaccination in the form of a vaccine card or certificate in paper or digital form showing they have received the full dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.

    Foreign nationals who cannot be vaccinated due to medical conditions must show a health certificate stating that the person is unfit for COVID-19 vaccination.

    Travelers exempted are:

    -Holders of diplomatic visas at ministerial level on official visits;.

    -Travelers under the age of 18;.

    -Travelers under the Travel Corridor Arrangement scheme.

    Mandatory health insurance Travelers must have health insurance or travel insurance that includes health financing, as well as a statement letter willing to pay independently all medical costs (if some are not covered by insurance / do not have insurance) if exposed to COVID-19 while in Indonesia.

    Masks are mandatory in public. Travelers must wear masks in public places.

    Quote Originally Posted by BananaBoi  [View Original Post]
    Was wondering if anyone could clarify the latest travel restrictions for Indonesia. This only applies to the 19 countries that have been deemed allowed to enter Indonesia effective October 14. In one section it says a 211A visa is allowed to enter Indonesia and that section includes tourist visas. However, in another section it states that Visa on Arrivals are still suspended. Does that mean I can apply for a visa at the Indonesian Embassy if I am a citizen of one of the 19 countries and be allowed to fly in to Soekarno?

    With only a 3 day quarantine and Jakarta bars all now open this seems like a better option for me than going to Thailand where bars can not fully reopen, other than Phuket.

  10. #15717
    Was wondering if anyone could clarify the latest travel restrictions for Indonesia. This only applies to the 19 countries that have been deemed allowed to enter Indonesia effective October 14. In one section it says a 211A visa is allowed to enter Indonesia and that section includes tourist visas. However, in another section it states that Visa on Arrivals are still suspended. Does that mean I can apply for a visa at the Indonesian Embassy if I am a citizen of one of the 19 countries and be allowed to fly in to Soekarno?

    With only a 3 day quarantine and Jakarta bars all now open this seems like a better option for me than going to Thailand where bars can not fully reopen, other than Phuket.

  11. #15716
    Correction, It should have been 'Jakarta is now back to pre-pandemic lecels.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sriwijaya  [View Original Post]
    Jakarta is not back to almost pre-pandemic levels in terms of spas, bordellos and freelancers. A lot of girls available. Malioboro, classic and travel open. Kota indah open.

    Also Michat has emerged as a very popular tool for finding freelancers during the pandemic, and will likely be popular in the future also.

    Where is the best place to be allowed bareback CIP in Jakarta? Classic and travel its not often on the menu.

    I usually have more success in the spas.

  12. #15715

    Jakarta is back!

    Jakarta is not back to almost pre-pandemic levels in terms of spas, bordellos and freelancers. A lot of girls available. Malioboro, classic and travel open. Kota indah open.

    Also Michat has emerged as a very popular tool for finding freelancers during the pandemic, and will likely be popular in the future also.

    Where is the best place to be allowed bareback CIP in Jakarta? Classic and travel its not often on the menu.

    I usually have more success in the spas.

  13. #15714
    If your still here Banger I'd be happy to grab a few.

    Quote Originally Posted by JKTBanger  [View Original Post]
    The most painful part was getting on the airplane. Lots of confusion and incorrect information when trying to get alignment between Immigration, the local Indonesian Embassy, and the airline is no small effort. It's clear that none of these offices actually talk to each other. I was denied at the airport twice and not allowed to board the flight, once for not having the right information from the local Embassy and the other because the local Embassy never informed the airline. I did need to have a PCR test, a medical certificate, and a "fit to fly" certificate, all dated within a week.

    After finally getting all the paperwork done, 3rd times a charm, I was able to board the flight and lift-off. Arriving Indonesia was time consuming but relatively painless. Lots of waiting, lots of social distanced lines to wait in, lots of rubber stamps. Slow moving and spread out but fairly well put together.

    Any Mongers in Jakarta up for a weekend drink, let me know!

  14. #15713
    Quote Originally Posted by Smoothy  [View Original Post]
    You didn't mention where you are in Jakarta. Jakarta is a big city.
    Sorry. I'm in the Harmoni (SP?) area.

    If there are better options elsewhere, though, I'd be happy to jump in a taxi and travel around, as long as it's worth it and within reasonable distance.

  15. #15712
    Quote Originally Posted by FullerUp  [View Original Post]
    I'm in Jakarta briefly for the first time later this week.

    I'm looking for a clean, upscale spa where I can get a happy ending massage around lunchtime.

    Any other extras, such as full service, aren't necessary (though wouldn't necessarily be refused), though it would be nice to be able to choose the girl, and it would be preferable it the girl performs the massage nude.

    Any recommendations? Are spots like Fortune Spa and Delta Spa good for this kind of thing? I do care a bit about the attractiveness of the masseuse, and am fine paying a premium for this.

    Thanks in advance.
    You didn't mention where you are in Jakarta. Jakarta is a big city.

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