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    A mere 45 minutes drive away from Soekarana-Hatta International airport, Fraser Place Setiabudi Jakarta is strategically located along Jalan Karbela Selantan. A stone throw away is Setiabudi One, an entertainment centre with a wide array of dining and leisure options. Its easy access to significant and popular destinations makes it well-appointed for business and leisure activities.

    Fraser Place Setiabudi

    Jl. Setiabudi Selatan Raya no.2 Kel.Karet Kec. Setiabudi
    Jakarta Selatan 12920

    • Mandiri Bank


    • BCA


    • HSBC


    • Permata Bank

      Bank and ATM

    • Kota Kasablanka

      Shopping mall with some restaurants, coffee shop, fitness center, supermarket and cinemas

    • Kuningan City

      Shopping mall with some restaurants, coffee shop, fitness center, supermarket and cinemas

    • Setiabudi One Building

      Located in front of the property and they have many restaurant from local cuisine, asian, chinesse, international restaurant, fast food, coffee shop and cinemas.They have food hall / supermarket.

    • Facilities, Amenities and Services within the vicinity

      • Hero & Giant Supermarkets (5 minutes by foot)
      • Grand Indonesia & Plaza Indonesia (10 minutes by car)
      • Hospitals & Clinic (5 to 10 minutes by foot)
      • Suropati Park (5 minutes by car)
      • National Monument (MONAS) (5 minutes by car)
      • Museum ’45 Joang (5 minutes by foot)
      • The National Museum of Indonesia (5 minutes by car)
      • The National Gallery of Jakarta (10 minutes by car)
    • Getting to Fraser Place Setiabudi, Jakarta

      The best mode of public transport to reach the property is either by licensed taxi or by chauffeured limousine.

      By Taxis

      Most visitors opt to travel by taxi, which are easily available.  There are a multitude of taxi companies of varying degrees of dependability.  All licensed taxis are on meter so be careful to check this out before you get into one.

      By Busway

      The Transjakarta Busway (known as busway or Tije in Indonesian) is modern, air-conditioned, and comfortable, with flat fare between IDR 3,000 to IDR 3,500. Operates from 05:00 to 22:00 hours daily.

      By Car

      A valid international driving license or Indonesian driving license is required. Be aware of the 3-in-1 system implemented in some of the main streets in the city: morning from 07:30 to 10:00 hours and in the afternoon from 16:30 to 19:00 hours, where there is a requirement of having a minimum of three people in a car.

      BY ‘OJjek’

      ‘Ojek’ (local name for Jakarta’s motorcycle taxis) shuttles short distances down alleys and roads but will also do longer trips for a price. Agree on the fare before you set off.  Insist on a helmet, and wear it properly.  

      By Train

      Nearest station: Gambir Station in Central Jakarta.  Except in weekends, you can generally buy a ticket just before departure.  It is highly recommended to buy from the stations itself or from your nearest travel agencies.

    • About Jakarta

      Jakarta is the capital of Indonesia, with a population of over 10 million. It is located on the northwest of the Java island and its history dates back to the 4th century. Today the city is made up of 5 districts: South Jakarta, East Jakarta, Central Jakarta, West Jakarta and North Jakarta, as well as several suburbs.

      It also is the country's economic, cultural and political centre and the most populous city in Southeast Asia. As with all urban living, major roads are packed up during rush hours and pollution remains a challenge.  Nonetheless, Jakarta remains one of Asia's most exciting and lively global cities.

      There is plenty to do and lots to see in Jakarta, from green parks and museums, to cosmopolitan shopping, diverse gourmet choices, and one of the hippest nightlife in Southeast Asia.

    • Essential Facts About Jakarta


      The climate is tropical, with a long wet season from November to June, and a dry season for the rest of the year.


      Bahasa Indonesia is the national language. Jakarta's street language, Bahasa Jakarta, is loosely based on the native Betawi language. English is commonly spoken by the educated and the younger generation, and by those working in restaurants, shops, businesses and other places frequented by foreigners.


      Rupiah (abbrev. Rp)

      Time Difference

      GMT +7 hours


      Tipping is not expected when taking a taxi, but rounding up the fare to the next Rp1000 is common.


      Bottled water is recommended. Ensure the tamper-proof seal is intact when buying bottled water especially when it is from street vendors.