Jakarta has many attractions to offer to its tourists as well as locals. They range from great beaches, mouth cuisine, cultural attractions, great shopping and more. However, similar to any other big city in the world, there are areas with skyscrapers and buildings which mainly function as business regions in these cities.
Amongst these diverse attractions in this part of the word, there are many things that one must absolutely do and during your visit to the capital city, Jakarta, there is a must visit place which should be included in your list of places to see here. That is Wisma 46, also known as the Fountain Pen building, due to its shape.
Wisma 46 is the name of a landmark in the city. It is considered to be the tallest building in the country and boasts great views from the top. It is 251 meters in height and on top is the BNI Maybank Complex. The skyscraper has 48 stories and it was designed by DP Architects Private Ltd and Zeidler Roberts Partnership.
The work of the building was completed in 1995 and ever since then it has been a prime office location in the bustling metropolitan. It has a fully glass exterior and one of the greatest places to work at in the city and it is located within 15 hectares of prime land in downtown Jakarata.
One of the most important and interesting facts about the building is that it has been featured in the “Need for Speed: Underground 2” movie. So for the fans of the movie, this is definitely a place to see. Check into a centrally located Jakarta hotel in the area, making it convenient for the travellers whether they are here on holiday or business to get around with ease. Some of the most popular business hotels are also scattered around this region. For any traveler, whether you are going to Jakarta on business or pleasure, one great Hotel in Jakarta to stay at is Millennium Hotel Sirih Jakarta, where you can be sure to be glad to be back to after a long day exploring the city or attending business meetings.
Uditha Dharmawardhane is a travel writer who writes under the pen name Roland Lefevre. He specializes in creating features on leisure as well as business travel destinations across the globe.