Venue & Access
Jakarta International Expo is the largest expo venue in Indonesia; able to accommodate up to 100,000 visitors per day. The arena provides both indoor and outdoor exhibition spaces for wide range of products displays.
Jakarta Fairground, Kemayoran, is an international standard exhibition center, offering facilities to make your visit more comfortable and convenient. Excellent on dining, banking, business center, improved security and ease of access are sure to make your visit the most rewarding yet.
Access for Overseas Buyers
The Jakarta International Expo (JI Expo) is located near from Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in approximate 35 minutes by Taxi. We also provide transportation services for all buyer Tradexpo 2012 1 bus, 2 Minibuses and 2 family cars
Access for Local Buyers
The Jakarta International Expo (JI Expo) provide Busway from IRT Parking at Merdeka Barat to Gate two (2) to JI Expo.
Visitor can used train with destination Jakarta Bekasi and stop at Rajawali Station. Visitor also can use other train, stop at Jakarta-kota (Beos) Station, then continued with train with destination Bekasi, stop at Rajawali Station.
• From Kampung Rambutan Buses Terminal Station choose Patas 17 (P17) route Kp. Rambutan to Kota via PRJ Kemayoran. • From Plawad Buses terminal Station choose Patas AC 139, route Plawad to Tanggerang via PRJ Kemayoran. • From Pasar Minggu Buses Terminal Station choose Patas 155, route Ps. Minggu to PRJ Kemayoran. • From Bekasi Buses Terminal Station choose Patas 140, route Bekasi to PRJ Kemayoran. • From Pulo Gadung Buses Terminal Station choose P07 with route Pulo Gadung to PRJ Kemayoran. • From Senen Buses Terminal Station choose P10, P11, route Senen to Bend. Jago via PRJ Kemayoran. Or P02 route Senen- Muara Angke Buses terminal Station via PRJ Kemayoran
Choose taxi that have good track record such as Blue Bird Group or other branded taxi.
TEI 2012 Fact & Figures
|Exhibition Date||:||October 17 - 21, 2012|
Top Five (5) Highest Transaction Products
Highest Transaction Countries
Saudi Arabia (26%), South Africa (21%), Indonesia (16%), Bangladesh (10%) and Nigeria (5%)