Information about flights from Sydney to Jakarta
Touching the mighty Pacific Ocean, spoilt with year round sunshine and having well over 100 beaches Sydney is the place where you want enjoy your time off.
This colossal wonder is an iconic viewing platform where you can fully enjoy the beautiful city of Sydney and fortunately tickets will only set you back a few Australian Dollars. For the more adventurous located at Milsons point is the ever popular and family friendly Luna Amusement Park. The parks priority is fun, allowing you to throw parties for kids, stage a gala and even for the more unconventional stage a wedding. The park offers various tickets from a day pass which is as little as 25 Australian Dollars to an annual pass for 99 Dollars. Due to its cultural diversity when it comes to food you can find everything in Sydney from designer ice-creams to nice juicy burgers on the beach there’s definitely something for the whole family.
Being the largest city in Australia, Sydney utilises numerous ways for travellers to get around the city in the form of trains, busses, ferries and light rails getting where you want is never hard especially when the people are always ready to offer a helping hand, With busses being the cheapest mode of transport only a couple of dollars to ferries and train’s charging only a little more travellers shouldn’t have a hard time getting where they want to go. With year round sunshine, and too many beaches to count, Sydney is definitely the place to take a break and enjoy life down under.
With over 8 flights everyday; getting from Sydney to Jakarta is no problem for travellers using Bravofly Australia. With both local and foreign airlines Bravofly will help in comparing pricing and getting the best deal for your trip.
Jakarta, officially known as the Special Capital Region of Jakarta, is the capital and largest city of Indonesia, and one of the most populated city in the world. With a population of over 9.5 million, Jakarta is famous for being a cultural, political and economical centre of Indonesia. The metropolis was established in the fourth century and under the kingdom of Sunda, it became the de facto capital of the Dutch East Indies. Due to this importance the city has continued its growth, and has established itself as the capital city after Indonesia’s declaration of independence.
A study has shown that most of the visitors travelling to visit Jakarta, are domestic tourists from all around Indonesia. Proud of their beautiful gem capital city many travel hundreds of kilometres to visit this city at least once in their lifetime. Jakarta also serves very importantly as a stop-over for travellers making their way to other popular Indonesian destinations like Yogyakarta and Bali. This beautiful city gives visitors the options of plenty of attractions to visit, One of the most popular is the Istiqlal Mosque.
The Istiqlal Mosque is the largest mosque in southeast Asia and the national mosque of Indonesia. Opened to the public in 1978 it has attracted many people, notably US President Barack Obama, Prince Charles of United Kingdom and German Chancellor Angela Merkel. The National Museum of Indonesia, also known as the Elephant Building, is a popular attraction amongst visitors. It is an archaeological, historical, ethnological and geographical museum located in central Jakarta.
It’s broad collections cover all of Indonesia’s history and culture. The tall obelisk of National Monument, has become the symbol of the city, standing 433ft tall it has become the most famous Jakarta landmark. There is plenty for all to do in Jakarta, from cosmopolitan shopping at the many luxurious shopping centres to one of the hippest nightlife scenes in Southeast Asia.
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Flight offers Jakarta in December
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Flight offers to Jakarta for next weekend
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Cheap flights from australian cities to Jakarta
Departing on Sunday, 19 February 2017 and returning on Friday, 24 February 2017
Departing on Tuesday, 14 February 2017 and returning on Sunday, 19 February 2017