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Old 03-12-2019, 02:05 AM
 
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I wish they would update the Asian Green Cities Index because it's almost a decade old and hasn't been published since then. But I agree that for 2011, Jakarta scores higher on environment than Manila.
nothing to change lah,..
even u always playing compare in small aspect green / tree space,
while green cities index measuring all aspect
energy / co2, transport, water, air quality, land use, waste, sanitation, environmental

Despite ur city always slip in every measurement, so dont expect too much lah
just accept it your city are behind in overall
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Old 03-12-2019, 02:08 AM
 
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Don't be childish lah. You show exactly how immature most Indonesians are.
as i said before, this pinoy can't mind their business
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Old 03-12-2019, 02:10 AM
 
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nothing to change lah,..
even u always playing compare in small aspect green / tree space,
while green cities index measuring all aspect
energy / co2, transport, water, air quality, land use, waste, sanitation, environmental

Despite ur city always slip in every measurement, so dont expect to much lah
just accept it your city are behind in overall

Yeah, it measures aspects about environment in 2011. If you want to see an updated index from that same company, about all aspects in quality of living, look at the global liveability index


In 2018, Manila ranked at 103, and Jakarta at 119.
EIU Global Liveability Index
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Old 03-12-2019, 03:09 AM
 
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Don't be childish lah. You show exactly how immature most Indonesians are.
He is probably a grade school student who happened just started to know how to navigate the net.
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Old 03-12-2019, 07:10 PM
 
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as i said before, this pinoy can't mind their business
I hope we can make a healthy discussion here about what's going on in both cities. And that childish statement like "eat pagpag" doesn't help. It shows how mentally immature we are instead. Foreigners will judge such straight-up-rude attitude much faster than what you are trying to say. And jump to the conclusion "meh Jakarta is so 3rd world-ish full of uncivilized creatures". You bring so much harm than good to the city's image.
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Old 03-13-2019, 03:00 AM
 
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There is a similarly but somehow different designed buildings like those in Manila from a known architect but the only thing is that they are beside a river(same river where river ferry passes through) rather than the sea. It's called Proscenium located in Rockwell. Rockwell, in fact is cool as just that.
Yeah nice your vidio, then this Jakarta the building project that will be built the following year " Future Jakarta: 2019 -2022 Building Proposals and Projects - Jakarta Skyline.Jakarta is the capital of Indonesia and the largest city by population in Southeast Asia. The city is a blend as well as contrast of business districts with modern skyscrapers and kampungs with traditional Indonesian style architecture. Jakarta has architecturally significant buildings in a wide range of styles spanning distinct historical and cultural periods. Architectural styles reflect Malay, Javanese, Arabic, Chinese and Dutch influences. Over the next 5 years Jakarta will see many new supertalls and skyscrapers go up. The Jakarta skyline will explode and expand rapidly during the next decade. Expect many more projects after 2020 as the Indonesian economy continues to grow at a fast pace "


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wlraukfhIsw

Jakarta on the night many people are aware of walking, hopefully hopefully with existence Jakarta MRT & LRT they are ready to leave the car and use mass transportation


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cQqchYcqcyg
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Old 03-13-2019, 03:08 AM
 
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New part of Makati that's developing. I havent mentioned this area yet. It's a little bit away from Makati CBD in it's own area




I like how there's lots of green open space. And even though there's a mall there, it's mostly open air and integrated into the outdoors. A lot of the malls in Manila are like this now
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Old 03-13-2019, 03:16 AM
 
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Metro Manila is actually the largest metro area in Southeast Asia by population. But when you go megapolitan Jabodetabek becomes larger than Greater Manila Area. When we are referring to this specific threads comparison, we are talking about Metro Manila and Metro Jakarta. And yes, Manila is a bigger city population-wise.
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Old 03-13-2019, 03:21 AM
 
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Metro Manila = National Capital Region, made up of different cities like Quezon City, Manila, Makati, Pasay, etc.

Jakarta = Special Capital Region, made up of different cities (North Jakarta, West Jakarta, etc) But for some reasons, these cities don't show up as separate cities like the cities in Metro Manila often do.

So politically Jakarta and Metro Manila very comparable

Metro Manila has a population of 12 million and a land area of 620 sq km
Jakarta has a population of 10 million and a land area of 662 sq km

So by population and land area, they're very similar.

If you only compared the city of Manila to the city of Jakarta, then you're comparing a city of 10 million (Jakarta) to a city of 1.7 million in a tiny land area. Wouldn't make much sense.

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Old 03-14-2019, 12:16 AM
 
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Metro Manila = National Capital Region, made up of different cities like Quezon City, Manila, Makati, Pasay, etc.

Jakarta = Special Capital Region, made up of different cities (North Jakarta, West Jakarta, etc) But for some reasons, these cities don't show up as separate cities like the cities in Metro Manila often do.

So politically Jakarta and Metro Manila very comparable

Metro Manila has a population of 12 million and a land area of 620 sq km
Jakarta has a population of 10 million and a land area of 662 sq km

So by population and land area, they're very similar.

If you only compared the city of Manila to the city of Jakarta, then you're comparing a city of 10 million (Jakarta) to a city of 1.7 million in a tiny land area. Wouldn't make much sense.
true your description but here we are talking about the capital city of Jakarta ( Indo ) & Manila ( Ph ) not Metro Manila or Jabotabek, that's why Jakarta is the capital of Indonesia and the largest city by population in Southeast Asia
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