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Jakarta International Expo or JIExpo is a convention and exhibition center located at Pademangan in Jakarta, Indonesia. Opened in 2010, it was developed by the Central Cipta Murdaya group. Built in the area of the former Kemayoran Airport, it covers approximately 44 hectares, with 100,000 square meters of exhibition and convention area. Jakarta International Expo has five halls with a capacity of 5,000 to 12,000 seats.

Jakarta International Expo
JIExpo
Gambir Expo Jakarta Fair.JPG
Entrance gate of JIExpo in 2007
Former namesGambir EXPO
LocationJakarta, Indonesia
Coordinates6°08′48″S 106°50′44″E / 6.146701°S 106.845681°E / -6.146701; 106.845681Coordinates: 6°08′48″S 106°50′44″E / 6.146701°S 106.845681°E / -6.146701; 106.845681
OwnerCentral Cipta Murdaya group
TypeConvention center
Construction
Built2010
OpenedMarch 2010
Website
http://www.jiexpo.com/

A Holiday Inn Express hotel is located within the complex. Construction of a new convention center and theater building commenced in 2016. The new center, with a total area of 30,000 square meters, will have ballrooms, meeting rooms, and a three-tier auditorium proscenium arch theater, due for completion by 2018.

JIExpo has hosted exhibitions, concerts and other national and international events, such as Jakarta Fair,[1] Java Jazz Festival, Djakarta Warehouse Project,[2] seventh season of Indonesian Idol auditions, Miss Indonesia since 2012, and music concerts.[3][4]

Entertainment eventsEdit

  Events from local artists
  Events from Asian and regional artists
  Events from international artists
  Events from both local and international artists

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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