The Info List - Senayan, Kebayoran Baru

Senayan is an administrative village (kelurahan in Indonesian) at Kebayoran Baru
Kebayoran Baru
subdistrict, South Jakarta, Indonesia. The post code is 12190.


1 Boundaries 2 Highlights 3 Toponym 4 References

Boundaries[edit] The borders of Senayan are:[1]

Semanggi Flyover in the north General Sudirman Street in Gelora administrative village, Tanah Abang subdistrict, Central Jakarta
Central Jakarta
in the west General Gatot Subroto Street in Karet Semanggi administrative village, Setiabudi subdistrict in the east Selong administrative village in the south.

It is worth to note that in spite of the name use, the Gelora Bung Karno sport complex - which is also known as Gelora Senayan Sports Complex, is not within the boundaries of this administrative village, not even in South Jakarta. The sports complex lies within the up-north adjacent Gelora administrative village, which is under the administrative municipality of Central Jakarta. Highlights[edit]

Plaza Mandiri

Among the important national as well as regional landmarks located in this area are:

Headquarters of Polda Metro Jaya (Regional Police for Jakarta area) The office of Indonesian Investment Coordinating Board Plaza Mandiri, the headquarters office of Bank Mandiri
Bank Mandiri
- largest bank in Indonesia
in terms of assets, loans and deposits Headquarters office of the Directorate General of Taxation - the tax office of Indonesia The SCBD - one of Jakarta's prominent business and commercial centers The Indonesia
Stock Exchange (BEI) building is located in this area within the SCBD. The Widya Chandra residential complex, in which many Indonesian government ministers are having their official residences, is also located in this area.

Toponym[edit] The name Senayan is derived from the word Wangsanayan, "land of Wangsanayan". According to De Haan, Wangsanayan was a lieutenant from Bali who lived at the end of the 17th century, but little is known about him.[2] As time progressed, Wangsanayan was shortened to Senayan.[3] References[edit]

^ http://www.idjakarta.com/selatan/kebayoranbaru/senayan/kodepos12190.html ^ (De Haan 1911:174) ^ https://www.scribd.com/doc/6516621/Asal-Usul-Nama-Tempa