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This area is bounded by a few main roads, i.e. Daan Mogot St, Latumetten St, and Tubagus Angke St. The landmarks surrounding Jelambar are The Citraland Mall and Hotel Ciputra, Royal Taruma Hospital, and Indosiar TV Station. Jelambar could be accessed through the Daan Mogot street, then take one of these streets : Hadiah street, Latumenten, Penerangan or Karya street. Jelambar covers up quite a lot of housing complex such as Kavling Polri, DutaMas, Taman Harapan Indah, Prima Indah. The density of Jelambar is second after the Tambora.
Jelambar is served by the famous Bemo service. A Bemo is a unique three-wheel vehicle public transport that can carry 8 people including the driver. There are also bajajs around Jelambar. A Bajaj is also a three-wheel vehicle public transport, but the difference between a bemo is : a bajaj is like a taxi, a private public transport, but at a lower cost.
Private schools in Jelambar area are Dharma Jaya, Bunda Hati Kudus, St. Kristoforus, Hati Kudus, Pelita Kudus, Imannuel, Pancaran Berkat, Galatia, Amitayus.
There are some churches, mosques, and temples spread on Jelambar.
Jelambar is also known by its variety of food stalls. Chinese food stalls are concentrated in Dutamas area. The famous Bakso (meatballs) Botak is located in Kavling Polri.
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