Bekasi City (Indonesian: Kota Bekasi, Sundanese: ᮊᮥᮒ ᮘᮨᮊᮞᮤ, Chinese: 勿加泗市) is a city in West Java, Indonesia, located on the eastern border of Jakarta within the Jakarta metropolitan region. It serves as a commuter city for Jakarta, although it has notable trade, business and processing industries. The borders for this city are Bekasi Regency at the north and east, Bogor Regency and Depok City at the south, as well as East Jakarta at the west. It is Indonesia's most populated incorporated suburban city to Jakarta, and one of the most populated worldwide, but still trails the likes of Incheon and Yokohama. The large number of multinational companies, has apparently attracted a lot of expatriates (mainly Japanese and Korean) to settle in Bekasi.
Restaurants in Bekasi
4.5 based on 347 reviews
Excellent shopping mall with all the facilities a usual mall has but this has a little extra. Fashion, entertainment, food courts, play areas for kids, outside dining options, outside Gardens and fishponds.
Love this mall and the outside areas of it. The fish feeding at certain times are great for kids and adults alike. Everyone isngiven small containers of fish food to throw to the fish.
The outside dining and entertainment areas are great..lots of variety to chose from and the stage area puts on different bands on different days/nights
4 based on 131 reviews
Another shopping mall di Bekasi, this one is well managed. They provided some of branded items, good choices of eateries and restaurants, good department store. Easy to access for wheelchair.
4 based on 79 reviews
Located on 7.5 Hectares, Go!Wet Water Park offers a variety of facilities in addition to water-themed fun rides, including cafes, retail stores and a culinary area. Developed by WhiteWater - Canadian consultancy International Water Park slide producer, the water park is targeting middle to upper-income consumers.
I going there with my family...for children there is oke ...but must keep watching for them.
if you like speed...you can try sliding in the spiral tube..so fast,
the place also have a wave pool...so interesting.
the place is big...there are many closed gazebo you can rent.
some time in periode, they give promo for enter the pool...enjoy it.
the GO WET is inside the Grand Wisata Housing Complex at Tambun Bekasi.
you can reach by exit Tol Tambun and direcly from exit tol to the Go Wet
4 based on 65 reviews
This mal rather small compared to another mall, but it is complete enough for your need. It has cinema, supermarket, department store, and restaurants. The mall is clean and not so crowd, so it is fun to shopping here. Their food court is very comfy with lots of seats and there is outdoor part too where restaurants are located.
3.5 based on 49 reviews
I would easily recommend going to the Water Park at Taman Mini, or the Waterbom in Lippo Cikarang, before this one as they are about the same price but much more fun. Some of the disappointments:
-very hot, with little shade = we all got bad sunburn!
-slides are less intense than the other parks
-slides have height minimums, which are not very enforced, but weight maximums which are. I saw many people being asked how much they weigh and turned back at the stairs - with the maximum weight per person being 65 for 2 slides, 70 and 80 for the other two slides.
-the whole ground is very slippery when wet. I don't understand why they made such a poor choice for the stones when building the place, or why they don't put rubber mats across the park.
-you have to pay for some of the rides, as if admission wasn't already high enough, plus renting the tubes, overpriced bad food, renting lockers, and a total rip-off of having to rent a place to sit, and only for a few hours.
-advertising claims that there are 23 different rides, and that it's the biggest park in the Jakarta area. It really didn't feel that way, they must be including every little sub-feature of the kiddie pool and the pay-per-use rides.
3.5 based on 54 reviews
Not like the other malls in Bekasi where the only problem is find a spot for your car to park. Here in Blu Plaza. They have huge place to put many cars to park.
Don't worry about the time.
Here also you can find many shooping outlets and food stall. It also has a chain budget hotel for you to stay.
3.5 based on 36 reviews
many years ago, i would categorized this place as "very terrible". dark, urin odour everywhere, and full of prostitute (funny, because this place is located in front of grand mosque of bekasi).
but things a little bit change now. government made some progress, but i think this park can be better. some of the trees in this place just like a random tree. so it is more like a "city jungle" than a "city park".
4.5 based on 7 reviews
Pertama kali denger Stadion Patriot 'kandang' Persija ini saya ga yakin bakal bagus stadionnya. Tapi setelah datang langsung & menyaksikan pertandingan di sana ternyata di luar ekspetasi. Stadion ini cukup megah & rapi.
Saya sendiri ke stadion Patriot karena ada event pertandingan Persija Vs Espanyol, duduk di VVIP sangat keren viewnya, ditambah keseruan supporter persija yang semangat. Walau endingnya persija kalah & beredar rumor Jak mania ngamuk & rusuh, tapi diluar itu semua Stadion ini luar biasa & keren.
mudah-mudahan Supporter bisa lebih dewas merawat & menjaga stadion-stadion seperti ini di Indonesia.
3 based on 13 reviews
Nice place for jogging at Saturday and Monday morning, placed just in the center of Bekasi city, easy to reach
3.5 based on 7 reviews
Gedung ini berlokasi di Jl. Hasanudin tidak jauh dari pasar dan stasiun kereta Tambun. Gedung ini merupakan saksi bisu dan peninggalan sejarah pra kemerdekaan dan dinamakan Gedung Juang 45. Tempat ini cocok untuk anda yang cinta dan peduli terhadap sejarah.
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