Setiabudi is a subdistrict in South Jakarta, one of the five administrative cities which forms the Jakarta Capital Region, Indonesia. Setiabudi is located within Golden Triangle of Jakarta (Indonesian: Segitiga Emas Jakarta), a triangular area of business and commercial establishments in Jakarta.

Setiabudi Subdistrict is bounded by Cideng River - Menteng Pulo Road - a water channel to the east, a flood channel to the north, Jalan Jenderal Sudirman main road to the west, and Jalan Jenderal Gatot Subroto main road to the south.

It is named after Indonesian National heroes of Indo and Sundanese descent, Ernest Douwes Dekker, also known as Danudirdja Setiabudi.

Setiabudi residential neighborhood

Setiabudi administrative village (12910) were among the first housing neighborhood in Jakarta. The area was the first to be developed in Setiabudi Subdistrict and contains the oldest buildings in the Subdistrict. The neighborhood was among the first two neighborhoods that have direct access to Sudirman Road, the other being Bendungan Hilir.[1]

Planning was initiated in the 1950s and construction of the area was done during the 1960s. Construction of the area preceded the construction of Kuningan Road.[1]

Kelurahan (Administrative Village)

Setiabudi Subdistrict is divided into eight kelurahan or administrative villages:

  • Setiabudi - area code 12910
  • Karet - area code 12920
  • Karet Semanggi - area code 12930
  • Karet Kuningan - area code 12940
  • Kuningan Timur - area code 12950
  • Menteng Atas - area code 12960
  • Pasar Manggis - area code 12970
  • Guntur - area code 12980

List of important places

Manggarai Bus Terminal

Manggarai Bus Terminal is integrated with TransJakarta corridor and KRL Jabodetabek Commuter Line with skywalk.[4] On April 16, 2014, the terminal is officially opened.[5]


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  4. Dwi Rizki (February 10, 2014). "Terminal Terpadu Manggarai Diharapkan Bisa Atasi Kemacetan".
  5. "Revitalisasi Terminal Manggarai Diresmikan Hari Ini". April 16, 2014.
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