Borobudur, a 9th-century Mahayana Buddhist Temple in Magelang, Central Java, is Indonesia's single most visited tourist attraction.
Flowing from west Java through to the Jakarta region, the Ciliwung River is 97 KM long and passes through several significant landmarks of Indonesia.
Lengkuas Island is a place of natural beauty featuring crystal clear water, pristine white sand, coconut trees and a lighthouse.
Jakarta Bay is located on the northwest coast of Java at the entrance of the Ciliwung River, which is an inlet of the Java Sea.
Jakarta Tea Plantation
Jakarta showcases traditional plantation of tea across its magnificent mountain ranges.
Lying neat the equator, the climate is hot and humid all year round. The rainy season falls between late October/November and early April/May. Ir only rains on a handful of days during the dry season.
Deakin College, Jakarta Campus
The Deakin College Jakarta campus is located in Central Jakarta. It is not conducted on a Deakin University campus like the Australian campuses, however students still have access to excellent facilities. The brand new facilities include bright modern classrooms with access to cafes, restaurants and mini market in the building, along with banks and ATMs in the lobby.
The following Deakin College courses are taught at this campus: Diplomas of Commerce, Computing, Management, Media and Communication.
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Deakin College, Grand Slipi Tower, 5th floor, Jl. S. Parman Kav. 22-24
Telephone: (6221) - 290 22285
Facsimile: (6221) - 290 22289