Jakarta, Indonesia

July 4 -6 , 2013

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71st Annual Convention of the ICPJakarta4
Jakarta, Indonesia July 4-6, 2013

ICP conference in Jakarta is being sponsored and hosted by the following organizations:

  • Local Organizer: Persada Indonesia University, Jakarta
  •  Potentially supported by 14 state and private faculties of psychology in Jakarta
  • In collaboration with Himpsi and APsyA
  • Will be supported by the University of Malaysia, who has an MOU with Persada Indonesia University


Hotels Organized by the University

Hotel Aryaduta Jakarta
Address: Jl. Prapatan 44-48,
Jakarta 10110, Indonesia
Phone:+62 21 23521234
Original Price: $84.00 per night
University Rate: $78.74 per night
Ibis Budget (Formule 1) Jakarta Cikini
Address: Jalan Cikini Raya,
Dki Jakarta 10330, Indonesia
Phone:+62 21 31908188
Price: $42.00 per night
University Rate: $39.89 per night
To get the university rates of the hotels, participants should register through the local organizer (email: sarlito_sarwono@yahoo.com), and he will book the hotel for you. Please mention which hotel you prefer. You will  pay on site at the hotel registration. If you book and pay online, advertised rate will apply.
A shuttle university bus will serve both hotels: Hotels-Campus (convention venue) v.v.
Other 5 star Hotels Around campus
Mandarin Oriental, Jakarta
Address:Jalan M.H. Thamrin, PO Box 3392,
Jakarta 10310, Indonesia
Phone:+62 21 29938888
Price: $277.oo per night
Hotel Indonesia Kempinski Jakarta
Address:JL. MH Thamrin No1
Jakarta 10310, Indonesia
Phone:+62 21 23583800
Price: $315 per night

Cultural Events

  • Sight-seeing and optional out-of-town tours available


About Jakarta, Indonesia


Jakarta ( /dʒəˈkɑrtə/), officially known as the Special Capital Region of Jakarta (Indonesian: Daerah Khusus Ibu Kota Jakarta), is the capital and largest city of Indonesia.

Climate—hot and humid, close to the equator. July marks the beginning of the dry season.

Dress—Casual light dress will be sufficient. Batik or business attire for formal sessions are acceptable. Moslem ladies might wear head scarf, but this is not obligatory and foreign visitors are not expected to do this.

Religion—Majority are Sunni Moslem. Sunday services at nearby protestant and Catholic churches are available and visits for those interested can be arranged.Jakarta 2

Culture—Economic and political capital of Indonesia attracts many immigrants who bring their own languages, dialects, foods, and customs.

Art Centers—Home to several performing art centers, many prestigious art and culture festivals and foreign art and culture centers. the Jakarta Fair that is held annually from mid-June to mid-July to celebrate the anniversary of the city and is largely centered around a trade fair. How-ever this month-long fair also features entertainment, including arts and music performances by local bands and musicians.

Museums—Many museums located in Old Town and the Merdeka Square area.

Cuisine—Vast range of foods at hundreds of eating complexes located all over the city, include traditional Indonesian dishes as well as a variety of international foods. From streetside food stalls to high-end, expensive restaurants there is something for everyone, from everywhere: Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Thai, Indian, American, French, Middle Eastern and modern fusion.Jakarta3

Drinking water—Bottled water only. Readily available everywhere.

Shopping—One of the best places in South East Asia to shop. Numerous shopping malls, traditional markets and international department stores can be easily found. Brands such as Louis Vuitton, Bulgari, Chanel, Gucci, and Giorgio Armani can be found in the luxury shopping malls.

Transportation—Mostly private and hired vehicles. Little public transportation. Airport-shuttle buses or taxis will get you from the airport to the hotel. Approximately 1 hour of travel for $10-15. Student guides will be ar-ranged to meet visitors at the airport and get them to the hotel.