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Staycation & Waterpark, Jakarta

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It was an awesome weekend I had, last time. Releasing routine activities, doing some food tasting, last Sunday I had the opportunity to enjoy the staycation at The Sultan Hotel & Residence Jakarta. A 5-star hotel that already been popular to the Jakarta community for a long time. Located around the business and downtown area, Senayan and Gatot Subroto, it provides a strategic location to reach.

It has 694 rooms, surrounded by a beautiful garden and provides many photo spot for taking an instagramble pictures. For deluxe rooms on the weekend, it is offered, starting at Rp 1,000,000 net per night. Indeed, it is affordable for the 5 -star hotel.

Book here on weekend, you can also get a 20% discount for lunch or dinner at the Lagoon Cafe which provides many choices of international dishes. Even you might be check-in early or check-out later for a longer time. They also provide a shuttle bus for exploring the downtown area which makes it easier for us to explore the Jakarta. 

Then by staying here, guests of the Sultan Hotel can get a special price for the biggest waterpark in Jakarta, Waterbom Pantai Indah Kapuk for Rp 100,000 per person. What a great deal! It is the biggest water playground in Jakarta with a variety of interesting and challenging slides, professional safety guards, it is also equipped with several gazebos that suitable for relaxing.

A few hours swimming around here, just makes me really happy. For a moment, I forget all work burdens or stress, this is really fun! You can try few slidings with different experiences. The place for shower also great, tidy and clean. They also provide a locker to store your stuff while there.

Yovent, a food writer and social media influencer who loves to travel overseas with high enthusiasm and passion to explore the world of culinary. He living in Jakarta with variety of cultures, food, trend and lifestyle that gives him much of inspiration to create the stories. Start blogging since 2014, with over 5 years experience, he has a good capacity to work in food photography & writing.

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