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Jakarta may seem like just a sprawling hub with infinite traffic, but as with any other megacity, you just have to know where to go. Luckily, Coworker has your your back.
Jakarta get a lot of flack for being a 'pass-through' location which travelers will skip, but the capital city status and airport hub location keeps Jakarta as a staple for expats. The expat community is huge, with many families living there long term. Locals are friendly to foreigners and Bahasa is an easy to learn language with many similarities to English and Deustch. Note that Jakarta is a religious area and it would be helpful to follow local customs such as dressing modestly.
Jakarta is not without its drawbacks; the traffic and lack of sidewalks makes moving from neighbourhood to neighbourhood extremely difficult. We'd encourage you to find a neighbourhood you can work and live in as commuting may take up most of your day! Many expats prefer apartments as security and hired help can add to your budget dramatically. Coworker recommends staying in Kemang if you're looking to dive into the expat scene. Kemang has bars, restaurants, yoga studios and cafes. Be warned that alcohol is extremely expensive and tough to come by so you might consider hitting up that duty free station on your way in!
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