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Kalideres is a subdistrict of West Jakarta, Jakarta, Indonesia and is the westernmost subdistrict of Jakarta. Kalideres covers 3,023.36 hectares (7,470.9 acres) and is bounded by Penjaringan subdistrict (North Jakarta) to the north, Cengkareng subdistrict to the east and Tangerang Regency to the south and west.
Kelurahan (Administrative Villages)
Kalideres is divided into five kelurahan or administrative villages:
- Kamal - area code 11810
- Tegal Alur - area code 11820
- Pegadungan - area code 11830
- Kalideres - area code 11840
- Semanan - area code 11850
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Blossom International School
|Blossom International School|
|Citra Garden 3 Ext, Block F/No.1
Jakarta, DKI, Indonesia, 11830
|Age range||1.5 to 12 years|
|Language||English, Mandarin, Bahasa Indonesia|
Blossom International School is an international school in Jakarta, Indonesia founded in 2007 that provides an English-based curriculum for toddlers and primary schoolers for the communities of the Kalideres area (Citra Garden, Taman Palem, Duta Garden, Puri Gardena and Taman Surya).
In 2011, the school moved into a new facility at Citra Garden 3 Extension to accommodate the increasing number of students. The five-story building sits on 2.5 hectares and has the capacity to house approximately 500 students.
The facility has over 45 instructional classrooms, including rooms for music, computer, language, art and science. It features a drop off-area, delivery access, security and fencing around the entire property.
Kalideres has a shopping mall called Mall Matahari. In Jl. Kintamani Raya nearby hospital named Rumah Sakit Ibu dan Anak Hermina, there are a lot of restaurant in the area such as KFC, Chef Yang, Bebek Kaleyo The Bale Daan Mogot, Kaleyo Dua Belas, Cut n Grill, and Warung Teko.
Kalideres's residential areas include Citra Garden City Premiere Pavilion, Taman Surya, Daan Mogot Baru, Citra 6 and the Gillimanuk.
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