How to Get Around the Office Building in Jakarta?
I can’t believe I’m saying this but it’s true.
The Jakarta office building is a pretty awesome building.
The building is actually a combination of several buildings that are in different parts of the city, including the Jakarta Public Library and the Jakarta Police Station.
This article originally appeared on FourFourtwo The building has been in existence for around 70 years.
It was originally built to house the Jakarta National University (JNU) in the late 1960s and early 70s, when it was designed as a modern, modern campus, with an open campus to encourage students to study in Indonesia.
The office building opened its doors in 1977 and was a major attraction in the area.
It had a total of 3,000 employees, including 1,000 faculty and staff, and around 7,000 students.
In 2011, the building was completely demolished by the Indonesian government after the government claimed that the building could be used for military purposes.
Despite the destruction, the buildings main tenant is still the Jakarta State Archives.
Jakarta State Archives is one of the most popular museums in Indonesia, and is home to an impressive collection of artefacts.
Its collection is one reason that many Indonesians consider the building to be their first choice for a new home.
While you might expect that this is a relatively big deal, many Indonesies have taken to taking selfies in front of the building, which is why we thought it would be interesting to share some of the best shots from the building.
As the Jakarta offices are in Jakarta, you’ll be able to take these photos with the view of the buildings side windows.
There are a lot of stairs to get up to the top floor of the office, and the most interesting part is that they have a staircase right next to the main lobby.
Just make sure you take a picture before you go.
If you get to the roof, the stairs lead to a balcony overlooking the office buildings main courtyard.
One of the first things you’ll notice is that there are plenty of people walking by, which will be very difficult to overlook if you’re walking down the stairs.
Also, if you have a tripod, you can take some photos while you’re up there.
From here, the view will get a bit of a sunburst.
Once you’re back down to the ground level, you have to take a detour and take a look at the building from above.
Even though you’re on the ground floor, it’s not the most amazing view.
You’ll notice that the view looks like a city skyline, with the buildings windows high up in the sky.
For this reason, I’d recommend taking your phone out and taking some photos on your phone while you look out at the buildings window.
A lot of people love to snap selfies while walking through the city.
After you take some pictures, you should head down to a nearby café to grab a bite to eat.
I highly recommend that you make a list of the people you want to see first, as the Jakarta office is a popular spot for locals to hang out.
Before you head out, it would probably be best to stop by the city’s library, which offers some great books and a range of other books.
Lastly, if your lucky, you might even get a chance to take some photo with some of these people.
So that’s the best part of Jakarta: It’s a great place to be if you want a new place to call home.