WILD DIGITAL will be hosted at The Westin Jakarta. Situated in Gama Tower, The Westin Jakarta is conveniently located on Jalan Rasuna Said, one of the three main streets in the Golden Triangle—the city’s leading business, commercial, and shopping district. The Westin Jakarta is located just 23 kilometers from Halim Perdana Kusuma Airport (HLP) and 32 kilometers from Soekarno-Hatta International Airport (CGK).

Address:  Jl. H.R. Rasuna Said Kav.C-22 A, Jakarta, Jakarta, 12940, Indonesia

 

Airport Arrivals

Jakarta has two international airports, one is the larger Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, located in Tangerang, now in the neighbouring province of Banten. The other is the smaller Halim Perdanakusuma Airport, which is reserved to limited domestic flights. 

The Soekarno Hatta airport has three terminals, with lettered sub-terminals indicating separate, but interconnected, halls within the same building:

- Terminal 1 (A-B-C) Used by the domestic airlines

- Terminal 2 (D-E-F) Terminal D and E serving international destination, terminal F serving domestic destination

- Terminal 3 Used by Garuda Indonesia on domestic routes.

 

Airport Transfers

Soekarno-Hatta International Airport (CGK) The main airport; a toll road links CGK to the city and the journey takes one to two hours depending on traffic and final destination. Several Taxi companies operate at Jakarta airport, including Blue Bird, Silver Bird, Golden Bird and Gamya. Taxi counters are located on the Arrivals level after customs and outside at the taxi stand.

Uber, GoJek, and Grab are online ride-hailing services which will ensure you a fair price while requiring minimal communication with the driver. Using your mobile phone and the respective free apps from Google Play or the iOS App Store, you can use the free airport WiFi to call a driver from Uber, GoJek, or Grab. Fares can be paid in cash if your credit card has not already been set up in the app.

 

Travel Within The City

For travel within Jakarta, we recommend using online ride-hailing services such as Uber, GoJek and Grab. Using your smartphone, you can now easily hail a moto-taxi or car with pre-calculated prices (if taking a motorbike, the driver will provide a helmet). You may find it worth the small investment in a SIM card with data so that you can use these apps to get around the city without having to locate a taxi and explain your destination to the driver.