It's San Francisco and if your going to refer to it as ''Fresco'' your be aware that its actually ''Frisco''.
You must also be fully aware that those that live in San Francisco do not refer to the city as Frisco in fact they totally despise the term and it's tended to be used by those who don't actually live in the city especially tourists.
The prices of property are obviously going up year by year in Jakarta as Indonesia being an emerging economy and the country and more importantly the capital is reaping the benefits of that as property prices are naturally going to rise as the populations confidence and personal incomes increase, that's how economies grow.
13 arrondissement has already been quoted by myself and several other posters so your rather late, no one had posed a question regarding that I don't see why you need to think that it was needed as an answer!
The use of the term indigenous is an appropriate term and it can apply to citizens of a city such as London or Paris as much as it can describe Aboriginal Australians or Native Americans or even Pribumi as in Native Indonesians
I wasn't suggesting that GA can't compete efficiently on the Jakarta to London market I was suggesting that you visit London and I was just reminding you that you can take the direct route from GA, it was meant as a slightly sarcastic comment.
Oops, I'm thinking about food, sorry about that.
Anyway, Price of property are obviously going up by year in London or Paris as the economy of said country or economy of said city is in increase too. Foreign investment might help increase the bubble, but honestly, the price of property here in Jakarta is soo high, it feels like there's actually lots of foreigners buying up the property, even though they're not.
Also, the indigenous thing, that's the joke, the native americans and stuff....
Anyway, back to the main topic. The thing is, many cities in mainland Europe. Especially major one like Paris would defo welcome this move. And the corrupt politicians or rich business people probably lobbying it so they could find another place to transfer their money (can't really blame them with the situation in China).
We would probably see the same thing happen when other countries like India started to get richer and richer. Many flights from secondary cities in India would suddenly have better connectivity to major cities in Europe or NA.
And the thing with the 13 arrondissement. Let's look at it in a different way. Naturally, the non-rich Chinese mainlanders who migrated to work in Paris would probably lived and build their community around these areas. It's only logical, cause it's easier.