Grand Indonesia Shopping Town

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Grand Indonesia Shopping Town
LocationDKI Jakarta, Indonesia
Coordinates6°11′44.26″S 106°49′18.75″E / 6.1956278°S 106.8218750°E / -6.1956278; 106.8218750Coordinates: 6°11′44.26″S 106°49′18.75″E / 6.1956278°S 106.8218750°E / -6.1956278; 106.8218750
AddressJalan M.H. Thamrin, No. 1, Central Jakarta
Opening date20 June 2009
ManagementPT. Grand Indonesia
OwnerPT. Djarum
Total retail floor area640,000 m2 (6,900,000 sq ft) (The Complex)
130,000 m2 (1,400,000 sq ft) (Shopping Town)
No. of floors57 (Residences), 56 (Office Tower), 8 (Mall), 14 (Hotel)
Parking5500 cars

Grand Indonesia Shopping Town is an integrated multipurpose complex at Thamrin Road, Central Jakarta, Indonesia. The 640,000 m2 (6,900,000 sq ft) complex consists of a huge Shopping Mall, office tower Menara BCA (BCA Tower), high end serviced residential tower Kempinski Residences and the five-star all-suite Hotel Indonesia Kempinski. It is located near the Selamat Datang Monument. In January 2017, Forbes recognized Grand Indonesia Shopping Town as one of the top five shopping malls in Jakarta.[1]


Grand Indonesia Shopping Town is spread over two main buildings, the West and East Mall, and is linked by a multi-level bridge. The shopping center is spread over eight levels and is divided into three main districts, Specialty Zone, Main Zone and Crossroads of the World district. After an aggressive renovation the cinema complex of the mall, which sprawls over the eighth floor, CGV introduced the new Sphere X studio at the cinema complex. Arguably, it is the largest Sphere X theater in the whole world, which has a huge curved screen as large as a basketball court at 26 x 14 meters and is compatible with 2D and 3D movies.[2] Grand Indonesia also has a Magic Fountain Show, a fountain of dancing and singing that is performed daily with performances, music, colorful lights and fountain dance.

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  1. ^ "The Top Five Shopping Malls In Jakarta". Retrieved 2017-01-13.
  2. ^ "Putting On the Blitz With Indonesian Cinema". The Jakarta Globe. Retrieved 2017-06-09.