In Indonesia, one of the main reasons for a prostitute to enter the business is the attractiveness of earning money quickly.
The Jakarta Post reported that high-end prostitutes in Jakarta could earn Rp 15 million - Rp 30 million (USD 1,755 to 3,510) monthly, able to charge more than Rp 3 million (USD 350) per session for their services.
Prostitution is not specifically addressed in the law.
However, many officials interpreted "crimes against decency/morality" to apply to prostitution.
Traditionally, they have met with customers in entertainment venues or special prostitution complexes, or lokalisasi.
However, recently internet forums and Facebook have been used to facilitate prostitute-client relations.
We booked for two nites,due to a flight delay we arrived at 1one was able to talk properly in english,they ask for a caution on 100.000rp per room.after almost45min we go in our room and we met a girl who was receiving money from her waved at us friendly.small n dirty rooms, towel n linen dirty as checked out at8am the day after.after a long discussion with the manager who didnt want to give us the money back Expected more from the hotel to be honest. Some of the lights/lamps in the room are not in working condition. especially night life :)it's a simple hotel and good. and the price is really good.i Located at Hayam Wuruk, Jarkata, it is close to tourists spots (Monas, Istiqlal Mosque, Cathedral, Kota Tua, Merdeka Square etc). How to go there from Soekarno Hatta Airport: The best option is to take a taxi (Blue Bird or Express) as it only costs 150,000 rupiah. Those people will just charge you 250,000 rupiah or more. Car rental services are available for guests who wish to explore the area.
Pourage, bread, and drink buffee ( im Indonesian, i want rice).- Ridiculous overpriced snack in the minibar. this hotel really has a good location and really near to the cool places in Jakarta. The hotel can arrange for airport transfers at a charge.In recent years, child sex tourism has become an issue at the resort islands of Batam and Bali.Female sex tourism also emerged in the late 20th century in Bali.Little is known about precolonial Indonesia's prostitution, although the purchase of sex slaves and "quasi-contractual" sexual relations are thought to have occurred.Following the spread of Islam in Indonesia, prostitution is thought to have increased due to Islam's disapproval of contractual weddings.Widespread prostitution began in the early 1800s, when the number of concubines kept by the Royal Netherlands East Indies soldiers and government officials declined; native men leaving their wives to look for work in other areas also contributed to its rise.