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Jalan MH Thamrin (Jakarta)

Jalan Muhammad Husni Thamrin during Car Free Day.

Jalan MH Thamrin is a major road in Jakarta which runs through the Central Business District.

Jalan MH Thamrin is part of Jakarta Car Free Days, which means it is closed from 6:00 until 11:00 to traffic every Sunday.

Major Buildings along Jalan MH Thamrin

West East
Bank Indonesia Sekretariat ESDM
Department of Religion Republik Indonesia Bank Rama
Badan Perencanaan dan Penerapan Teknologi (BPPT) Bank Bangkok
Menara Thamrin Bank Mandiri Syariah
Gedung Jaya Hotel Sari Pan Pacific
Badan Pengawas Pemilihan Umum (Bawaslu) Menara Cakrawala
Menara Eksekutif Sarinah
Thamrin Office Park Kedutaan besar Perancis
EX Plaza Plaza BII
Kedutaan besar Jepang Wisma Kosgoro
The Kraton Tower Oil Center Jakarta
The Plaza Tower Plaza Permata
Plaza Indonesia and Grand Hyatt Jakarta Hotel Nikko
Hotel Indonesia, Grand Indonesia Shopping Town and Kempinski Residence Wisma Nusantara
Menara BCA Kedutaan besar Inggris
OUB Plaza Deutsche Bank
The Thamrin Nine Hotel Mandarin Oriental
Kedutaan besar Jerman
The City Tower

Busway Stops

Bus Stop TransJakarta Bunderan HI
There are numerous stops of the TransJakarta bus systems along Jalan MH Thamrin for the route Blok M - Kota Tua Jakarta. Stops along the way include.

Intersections

This road has 4 intersections:

  • Bunderan Air Mancur Bank Indonesia (towards Tanah Abang, Jalan Merdeka Barat and Jalan Merdeka Selatan)
  • Intersection Bank Mandiri Syariah (towards Tanah Abang and Kebon Sirih area)
  • Intersection Sarinah (towards Tanah Abang and Kebon Sirih area)
  • Bunderan HI (towards Jalan Sudirman, Kebon Kacang, Menteng, and Suropati)

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