Daily Car Hire Rates in Jakarta

  • 5 seat minivan

    Toyota Avanza
    5 |
    2 |
    5 |
    From € 41.26
  • Standard

    Toyota Avanza
    5 |
    4 |
    4 |
    From € 45.56
  • 7 seat minivan

    Toyota Innova
    7 |
    4 |
    5 |
    From € 50.91

*daily rates in Jakarta based on a 1 day rental (24hr period) and for guidance purposes only.

*average daily rates based on 7 day rental, search for todays best prices.

Customer questions about Jakarta car hire

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Jakarta Car Hire - Did You Know?

  • Jakarta is the largest city and capital of Indonesia followed by Surabaya.
  • It became the capital of independent Indonesia in 1950.
  • It’s the 10th largest city in the world.
  • Jakarta was first established by the Sundans in the 4th century.
  • It was formerly called Batavia by the Dutch.

Jakarta Mini Guide

A Large, Dirty Smelly City?!
Jakarta, the capital and largest city of the island country of Indonesia is all of the above, but all the more exciting for it. It is the tenth largest city in the world and was established in the 4th century. There is a central business district, lots of modern skyscrapers and shopping malls, but also the older areas such as Chinatown which tend be rather rundown, but such fun places to visit with ethnic restaurants and street stalls together with entertaining bars if you're looking for nightlife.

Jakarta Skyscrapers view

Must Sees
As Jakarta is such a city of contrasts, just travelling around and drinking it all in is a must, however there are several places of interest in the city which it would be a shame to miss if you have the time:

The National Monument:
This monument to Indonesia's independence was opened to the public in 1975, it is a 117.7m tall obelisk carrying a bronze flame weighing 14.5 ton.  It's design incorporates the numbers 17, 8 and 45 representing the date 17th August 1945 when Indonesia was declared an independent state at the end of World War II.

Jakarta The National Monument

The Fish Market:
This is one for the night owls – or very early risers as the daily catch is auctioned off before 5.00am! At the entrance to the market is the Museum Bahari, housed in a building which dates back to the first trading post of the Dutch East Indies, it has relics of the old ships which used to sail around the islands.

The Merdeka Palace:
This Presidential Palace was built in 1874 as a residence for the Governor General of the then Dutch East Indies. It was re-named the Merdeka Palace in 1949 following the independence of Indonesia, (Merdeka meaning freedom). An impressive building, it is now the official residence of the President and used to host state visits and banquets.

Jakarta The Merdeka Palace

Getting Out and About
The Thousand Islands - No, not the well known salad dressing!! Just off the coast of Java lie a chain of islands known as the Kepulauan Seribu or Thousand Islands.  The closest of the islands are only about 14km from Jakarta, making it an ideal weekend getaway place for the locals. They are currently being developed as a marine tourism venture with various types of accommodation on different islands being available from sleeping under the stars to luxury hotels. The idyllic beaches and clear seas are a paradise for divers, swimmers and sunbathers alike.

Driving in Jakarta - Need to know



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Jakarta is a massive, dirty, smelly city but all the more exciting for it. If you can master negotiating a hire car through the gridlock then sights such as the National Monument, called Monas, awaits.

There, the history of the state is told in plaques around the base whilst a climb to the top of the 137m tower will give you a great view out over the city from the observation deck. To follow up your education, head for the Museum Nasional which contains many exhibits telling the story of the country’s escape from colonial power.

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