CorelDraw Map Jakarta Indonesia

Jakarta, the capital city of Indonesia, is a sprawling metropolis with a population of over 10 million people. It is divided into several districts, each with its own unique characteristics and neighborhoods. Here are some of the main districts and a brief description of their neighborhoods:

  1. Central Jakarta (Jakarta Pusat):
    • Thamrin and Sudirman: These are the central business districts of Jakarta, filled with modern skyscrapers, luxury hotels, and shopping malls.
    • Menteng: A historic and upscale residential area known for its tree-lined streets and colonial architecture.
  2. North Jakarta (Jakarta Utara):
    • Ancol: A beachfront area with a popular amusement park and recreational facilities.
    • Tanjung Priok: Jakarta’s main port and industrial district.
  3. West Jakarta (Jakarta Barat):
    • Glodok: Also known as Jakarta’s Chinatown, it’s a bustling area with a rich cultural heritage and a wide variety of street food.
    • Taman Anggrek: Home to one of Jakarta’s largest shopping malls.
  4. East Jakarta (Jakarta Timur):
    • Kelapa Gading: A modern residential and commercial area with numerous malls and a thriving food scene.
    • Cibubur: A growing suburban area with residential developments.
  5. South Jakarta (Jakarta Selatan):
    • Kemang: A trendy neighborhood with a vibrant nightlife scene, popular among expats and locals.
    • Senayan: Known for sports facilities, including the Gelora Bung Karno Stadium, and upscale shopping malls.
  6. West Jakarta (Jakarta Barat):
    • Pondok Indah: A wealthy residential area with high-end shopping centers and golf courses.
    • Kebon Jeruk: A mix of residential and commercial areas with various middle-class and upscale housing.
  7. South Jakarta (Jakarta Selatan):
    • Fatmawati: Known for its affordable housing options and proximity to schools and universities.
    • Pondok Labu: A peaceful residential area with a suburban atmosphere.
  8. Depok (technically a separate city, but closely connected to Jakarta):
    • Depok Timur: A growing urban area with various housing options, including apartments and landed houses.
    • Depok Baru: A more suburban part of Depok, with a more relaxed atmosphere.

Jakarta is a dynamic and rapidly changing city, and the descriptions of neighborhoods can evolve over time. Traffic congestion can be a significant issue in Jakarta, so many people choose their neighborhoods based on their daily commute to work and other factors. The city offers a diverse range of living environments, from bustling urban centers to more tranquil suburban areas, catering to a variety of lifestyles and preferences.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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