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  1. #15916

    Thanks for advices Goferring and Cucumber

    Goferring and Cucumber. Thanks for the great advices on Jakarta experiences. Thankfully I will be in Jakarta second week of May, so I am hoping Ramadan will be over and ladies are ready for haram.

    I will check out some of the places Cucumber recommended. I am staying near Plaza Indonesia and its not too far from the spas suggested by Cucumber. Any intel on Fortune Spa? That is near my hotel.

    I have been setting up some dates on Seeking Arrangements, let see how that is goes.

    Thanks and will report back my findings. Very glad that Jakarta finally opened VOA.

    Quote Originally Posted by Goferring  [View Original Post]
    I'd agree that arriving in Jakarta in the middle of Ramadan may not be the ideal solution. Especially so for a timid first timer with no existing contacts or knowledge of where to go.

    If United is locked into Jakarta during Ramadan, then I would use one of the less hardcore personals websites. Lots of semi civilian girls there are happy to play 'tourguide' with extras. It would be much easier to have a couple of these showing him around town, and the bedroom, than to find a solution for every new session.

    If moving out of Jakarta is an option, then many girls are unreachable back at home but '000's also go in holiday to the places popular with Indos..

  2. #15915

    Jakarta. Arriving midnight in August, flying out next day early afternoon

    Going to be in Jakarta layover, less than a day, in August, arrive at airport at 11:30 pm, out next day to Padang like early afternoon or something. So literally have 12 hours. I want to check into a place hotel, where all of the action in right there, no walking, no taxis, boom boom boom, as many chicas in that time period.

    Suggestions? Do I get a room at Malio? So I have to go nowhere. I don't worry about the money because it's quick trip.

    Other possibilities where I can have it all under one roof, maybe the Asian massage and the lounges etc. All under one roof.

    Has anyone ever actually stayed at the Malio, or are those rooms basically just used for the clientele quickies.

    Thanks.

  3. #15914
    Quote Originally Posted by LaJoe  [View Original Post]
    Unfortunately, looks like there was a crack down for Ramadan. You can translate it using the translator function by right click in Chrome.

    https://megapolitan.kompas.com/read/...g-royal?page=1
    Oh shot. Tried to get in before Ramadan but VOA was not available for Jakarta. Anyone been there since the crackdown? Has anyone noted that there are is higher risk to get in trouble for our activities during Ramadan?

  4. #15913
    Quote Originally Posted by KeenGerle  [View Original Post]
    Indonesia is opening up. And I cannot wait to fly over coming week. As some of you know, I like seedy places (e. G. PLTU - http://www.internationalsexguide.nl/...arta&p=2429677#post2429677), I wonder how the situation is after 2 years of Covid.

    Are the seedy places near (on) the train tracks still operational (one is called PLTU, the other I cannot remember?) or are they shut down? Are there any other seedy down market places that opened in the meanwhile?

    Happy to report back after next week. This is more to manage my expectations / excitement..
    Not sure, but I think one of these places has been replaced with a stadium?

  5. #15912
    Quote Originally Posted by LaJoe  [View Original Post]
    First time poster long time member. Going to Jakarta on 4/16. Used to go almost every month (2-year blue balls). Got dates lined up for the week with Badoo. Like to have backup plan incase the dates falls through, but with Ramadan, I think KI and Classic are closed.

    Question: where / what is PenJ? Is that the gang alley by train track?

    Thanks.
    Never mind, I found the answer. Penjaringan.

  6. #15911
    Quote Originally Posted by KeenGerle  [View Original Post]
    Indonesia is opening up. And I cannot wait to fly over coming week. As some of you know, I like seedy places (e. G. PLTU - http://www.internationalsexguide.nl/...arta&p=2429677#post2429677), I wonder how the situation is after 2 years of Covid.

    Are the seedy places near (on) the train tracks still operational (one is called PLTU, the other I cannot remember?) or are they shut down? Are there any other seedy down market places that opened in the meanwhile?

    Happy to report back after next week. This is more to manage my expectations / excitement..
    Unfortunately, looks like there was a crack down for Ramadan. You can translate it using the translator function by right click in Chrome.

    https://megapolitan.kompas.com/read/...g-royal?page=1

  7. #15910

    PenJ?

    Quote Originally Posted by HihiSter  [View Original Post]
    BATS is open, but not every day, I believe Wednesday till Saturday.

    Supposedly the brothels in PenJ are open, haven't verified myself but will do so the next few days or so.

    VOA is available in Jakarta now as well, limited nationalities so make sure you're on "the list".
    First time poster long time member. Going to Jakarta on 4/16. Used to go almost every month (2-year blue balls). Got dates lined up for the week with Badoo. Like to have backup plan incase the dates falls through, but with Ramadan, I think KI and Classic are closed.

    Question: where / what is PenJ? Is that the gang alley by train track?

    Thanks.

  8. #15909

    Update on seedy places

    Indonesia is opening up. And I cannot wait to fly over coming week. As some of you know, I like seedy places (e. G. PLTU - http://www.internationalsexguide.nl/...arta&p=2429677#post2429677), I wonder how the situation is after 2 years of Covid.

    Are the seedy places near (on) the train tracks still operational (one is called PLTU, the other I cannot remember?) or are they shut down? Are there any other seedy down market places that opened in the meanwhile?

    Happy to report back after next week. This is more to manage my expectations / excitement.

    Keen.

  9. #15908
    Quote Originally Posted by BenderOver  [View Original Post]
    VOA gets you in and used to cost about US $37. Anyone know if it's the same price?
    Yes, 500 k IDR. Honestly, don't care. Just want to come back to Jakarta.

  10. #15907
    This is my understanding as well. Only limited participants of ASEAN will have visa exemptions, but VOA gets you in and used to cost about US $37. Anyone know if it's the same price?

    Quote Originally Posted by Zanny  [View Original Post]
    With all due respect, I don't think you guys have seen the latest press release from the Immigration department: https://www.imigrasi.go.id/en/2022/0...ia-bebas-visa/.

    This new policy comes into effect on April 6, 2022 and accordingly, Circular Letter of the Director General of Immigration Number IMI-0532. GR. 01.01 of 2022 concerning Visit Visas on Special Arrivals for Tourism in Order to Support Sustainable Tourism in Bali During the 2019 Corona Virus Disease Pandemic and Circular Letter of the Director General of Immigration Number IMI-0533. GR. 01.01 of 2022 concerning Immigration Ease in Supporting Sustainable Tourism in the Batam and Bintan Areas During the Corona Virus Disease 2019 Pandemic is revoked and declared invalid.

    "For now, there are seven airports, eight ports and four Cross-Border Posts designated as entry points for BVKKW / VKSKKW subjects. They cannot enter through another TPI if they want to use the facility. Different.

    Immigration Checkpoints Designated as Entrances to BVKW and VKSKW Subject Countries.

    TPI Airport:

    Soekarno Hatta in DKI Jakarta.

    Ngurah Rai in Bali.

    Kualanamu in North Sumatra.

    Juanda in East Java.

    Hasanuddin in South Sulawesi.

    Sam Ratulangi in North Sulawesi, and.

    Yogyakarta in Yogyakarta.

  11. #15906
    Quote Originally Posted by PapaeNoel  [View Original Post]
    Anyone have the official requirements, such as insurance, pre arrival Covid test, etc?
    VOA eVISA Conditions.

    Passport must have a least a minimum of 6 months validty.

    RETURN air flight ticket (or one way outward journey from Bali).

    Must be full vaccinated with WHO authorized vaccinations, and the 2nd vaccination must have been given at least 14 days prior to departure.

    A Negative COVID-19 PCR test (2 x 24 hours) before depature to Indonesia.

    Vaccination proof can be uploaded as part of the eHAC requirement.

    In case the system fails clients can present physical copy of EU or WHO Vaccination proofs (fully vaccinated).

    Upon arrival at DPS Airport ground staff can help to integrate data into Peduli Lindungi APP.

    Travel insurance with COVID-19 coverage per person (booking on line through: https://www.jagawisata.com/COVID19/). Or check with your CHSE certified accommodation if they offer the Jaga Wisata as part of the add on service when booking your stay.

    Download Peduli Lindungi APP.

    Register e-CD (Electronic Custom Declaration).

  12. #15905

    VKSK. Translation

    My bahasa is fairly limited. Using google translator:

    VKSK. Visa Kejungan (Visit) Saat (current) Kedatangan (Arrival).

    Anyone have the official requirements, such as insurance, pre arrival Covid test, etc?

  13. #15904
    BATS is open, but not every day, I believe Wednesday till Saturday.

    Supposedly the brothels in PenJ are open, haven't verified myself but will do so the next few days or so.

    VOA is available in Jakarta now as well, limited nationalities so make sure you're on "the list".

  14. #15903
    With all due respect, I don't think you guys have seen the latest press release from the Immigration department: https://www.imigrasi.go.id/en/2022/0...ia-bebas-visa/.

    This new policy comes into effect on April 6, 2022 and accordingly, Circular Letter of the Director General of Immigration Number IMI-0532. GR. 01.01 of 2022 concerning Visit Visas on Special Arrivals for Tourism in Order to Support Sustainable Tourism in Bali During the 2019 Corona Virus Disease Pandemic and Circular Letter of the Director General of Immigration Number IMI-0533. GR. 01.01 of 2022 concerning Immigration Ease in Supporting Sustainable Tourism in the Batam and Bintan Areas During the Corona Virus Disease 2019 Pandemic is revoked and declared invalid.

    "For now, there are seven airports, eight ports and four Cross-Border Posts designated as entry points for BVKKW / VKSKKW subjects. They cannot enter through another TPI if they want to use the facility. Different.

    Immigration Checkpoints Designated as Entrances to BVKW and VKSKW Subject Countries.

    TPI Airport:

    Soekarno Hatta in DKI Jakarta.

    Ngurah Rai in Bali.

    Kualanamu in North Sumatra.

    Juanda in East Java.

    Hasanuddin in South Sulawesi.

    Sam Ratulangi in North Sulawesi, and.

    Yogyakarta in Yogyakarta.

  15. #15902
    Quote Originally Posted by Ggekko2009  [View Original Post]
    - VOA only applicable if you enter from Bali. To enter Jakarta, you need to apply for a visa.
    If you're coming now, enter at Bali, wait the couple of hours for your negative PCR done on arrival, then fly domestic to Jakarta. No Quarantine, no hotel stays, no travel restrictions. Easy But remember you will have Ramadan to deal with when you get to Jakarta.

    If you're coming later, just wait: restrictions are being wound back quickly now. By the time you want to come, the rules will have likely changed.

    FWIW, I'm in Bali now. Dead quiet here for tourists but heaps of girls. Unfortunately 99% have the typical Bali attitudes and pricing.

    Enjoy G.

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