SoekarnoHatta Jakarta International Airport
Jakarta Soekarno-Hatta Airport is the main entry airport to Indonesia and serves Jakarta and onward domestic flights to the rest of the country. It's a calm, easy airport built in traditional Indonesian style, 20km (13 miles) west of the capital city, Jakarta. A bus into the city takes between 45 minutes and an hour.
Jakarta International Terminal 2 boasts the longest shop window in the world, at 180 metres long. The duty-free Plaza Bali is between gates D and E. Inside the mall is shopping galore, from local souvenirs to upper-crust brands like Fendi and Hermes. For magazines and newspapers there is Periplus. Batik shop Batik Kerlis sells local fabrics.
Jakarta is a small airport, but has a relaxed and airy feel. The duty-free is not especially cheap and all items are priced in US dollars. Most of the Asian airports have similar prices.
There is an internet café at the Skynet coffee shop in the Bali Plaza duty-free shopping mall, and all the lounges have high-speed internet facilities.
East & Drink
There are plenty of restaurants, cafés and coffee shops in the departure area. In the Plaza Bali there are a number of fast-food outlets and coffee comes in many varieties. Starbucks can be found either in the general public areas or near specific gates.