A green sanctuary in the chaotic Jakarta, located in the great neighbourhood Bintaro, you can experience both living in the city and locally where people will greet eachother. Local fresh market is around the corner. Easy access to transportation to popular destinations
The place is best for up to 4 people travelling together, as it has 2 single mattresses and one queen size bed. The bathroom is shared with 2 other rooms. It is a bright, spacious, air conditioned and comfortable room in a house.
Disponible para huéspedes
- room and bathroom
- shared kitchen
- communal area
- green backyard
- cool and homey neighbourhood
- close amenities
- shuttle bus to 2 spots in Jakarta (incl.)
- shuttle bus to / from airport (extra)
- extra bed ($10/night)
Mum, Dad and our trusty Nanny live in the same house. Sharing, communication, exchange of greetings are encouraged! We'd love to share our space and hear your story. Keep clean, and reasonable respect will do just fine :)
My parents live in the premises, so it's going to be a lot of them during your trip. They'd be happy to share their favorites with you, they can even help you with your itinerary or planning your trip in Jakarta
We are the Haryatmo's. My name is Donny, the youngest, and I am managing my family account on Airbnb.
At home, my mom and dad, Anida and Hary, will be managing the daily bnb stuff.
This is our home. Place where I grew up, listened to midnight radio, learned to play piano and to love music, where the whole family gathered around for ramadhan, Christmas and new years. Yes! We celebrate all. We believe in good people do good things. Being tolerant, respecting traditional values while striving for advancement of humanity regardless any presumed backgrounds.
Mom spent 8 years in Switzerland and speaks German, French, English and Dutch. Also, Javanese! Which very handy since we are in the island of Java. Mom is retired but had held great jobs in both corporate and Non Government. She was involved with the funding and community development of remote areas of indonesia. Both Ryan and I finished our undergraduate in Canada. While Ryan is home, married and managing his business, I'm still in Canada working as a mechanical engineer. Dad is still working as a mechanical engineer/construction management for high rises.
We love music! There's an upright piano, guitars, keyboards and shakers, if you feel inclined to jam. We love our culinary heritage! Best Indonesian food I know is at home. Our nanny/home chef, Tar, is the best. She will show you some tips for cooking Indonesian food, if you are curious. Please ask what we are cooking for supper and we can all eat together!