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  • Floods & Landslides: Jakarta & Bogor Plagued by Torrential Rains

    Floods & Landslides: Jakarta & Bogor Plagued by Torrential Rains

    Parts of Indonesia's capital city of Jakarta as well as parts of several satellite cities around the capital are plagued by floods, resulting in thousands of evacuees. Anies Baswedan, Governor of Jakarta, said approximately 6,500 people have been displaced by floods in parts of South and East Jakarta, such as Rawajati and Kampung Melayu.

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  • Hotel Room Occupancy Rate Bogor to Fall on New Hotel Development

    Hotel Room Occupancy Rate Bogor to Fall on New Hotel Development

    The room occupancy rate for starred hotels in Bogor (West Java) is expected to decline further in 2016 as growth in demand for hotel rooms in Bogor is outpaced by growth in the hotel room supply. Bogor and the surrounding area (which includes mountain resorts) is a key cultural and tourist center in Indonesia. Located approximately 60 kilometers south of Indonesia's capital city of Jakarta, most demand (more than 90 percent) for Bogor hotel rooms comes from Jakarta.

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  • Indocement Tunggal Prakarsa: a Leading Indonesian Cement Producer

    Indocement Tunggal Prakarsa INTP Company Profile Indonesia Investments

    Indocement Tunggal Prakarsa (Indocement), Indonesia's second largest cement producer in terms of market share, has 12 cement plants that are spread across West Java and South Kalimantan. Its Citeureup factory in Bogor (West Java) is currently one of the largest cement factories in the world with an annual installed production capacity of 11.9 million tons of cement. As Indonesia's cement industry has been growing rapidly, along with the country's economic growth, Indocement is busy expanding its operations.

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  • Escaping Jakarta's Chaos; Spending a Refreshing Weekend in Bogor

    Escaping Jakarta's Chaos; Spending a Refreshing Weekend in Bogor

    Those who live in Indonesia’s capital city of Jakarta and find themselves frequently stuck in the middle of the city’s grave traffic congestion, while their horizons are being curtailed by the capital’s tall skyscrapers may want to escape this hectic metropolitan by spending a refreshing weekend in Bogor, a city – located some 50 kilometers south of Jakarta – that is particularly known for its Presidential Palace and the botanical gardens (in Indonesian: Kebun Raya Bogor).

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