Cempaka Baru, Jakarta Raya, Indonesia

🇮🇩 Cempaka Baru is an administrative village in the Kemayoran district of Indonesia. Kemayoran is a district of Central Jakarta, Jakarta in Indonesia. It was best known for the former Kemayoran Airport. It has been transforming as a new CBD. As of 2021, it consists of numerous four and five star hotels, restaurants, premium office towers, hospitals as well as shopping and entertainment centers. The BMW Stadium is the largest capacity retractable-roof stadium in Asia and the second-largest retractable roof stadium by capacity in the world, behind AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. Kemayoran is also home to the Jakarta Fair, the largest and longest fair in Southeast Asia that attracts more than 4 million visitors annually.

Kemayoran is between Thamrin CBD, Ancol Dreamland and the Port of Tanjung Priok. Its proximity between Jakarta's primary central business district, a South East Asian tourist hotspot and the one of the busiest port in the world has made Kemayoran a prime real estate for many local and foreign investors. Moreover, Kemayoran is 20 minutes journey from Soekarno-Hatta International Airport.

Kemayoran is serviced by Trans-Java Toll Road, which traverses Java Island. As at 2019 the government is ensuring the finishing of the Light Rail Transit (LRT) station to Kemayoran with the rest of Jakarta by that means.

Kemayoran, Jakarta 
Kemayoran, Jakarta
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Cempaka Baru has a population of over 31,558 people. Cempaka Baru also forms part of the wider Kemayoran district which has a population of over 215,331 people. Cempaka Baru is situated 5 km east of Kemayoran.

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