A German public-benefit federal enterprise, has been supporting cooperation for decades with the aim to empowering Indonesia to be an important global player.
There is only one really serious philosophical problem, the French philosopher Albert Camus said, and that is suicide.
Welcoming October, number of hotels and restaurants are celebrating Oktoberfest, which is a really big thing for Germans—and for everybody else who loves beer.
Starbucks celebrates international coffee day by opening three brand new reserve stores in Jakarta, including first reserve store in office building.
Evening Lectures by the Indonesian Heritage Society will be discussing some issues, from terrorism, middle income class, to wild men of Borneo.
We spoke to Jan Rönnfeld Managing Director of the German-Indonesian Chamber of Industry and Commerce about the organisation and its role in the country.
A visual arts exhibition, “Art Moments Jakarta”, is set to hold its inaugural fair in Jakarta from 3 – 5 May 2019 at Sheraton Gandaria City Hotel and the mall.
Kopi Luwak or Civet cats coffee has increasingly soared in popularity and become the most expensive coffee in the world due to its unique delicious taste. But..
One of the largest udon restaurant networks in Japan, Hanamaru Udon, recently opened its first outlet at Lippo Mall Puri, Jakarta.
In conjunction of Spanish National Day, Fairmont Jakarta welcomes Spanish chef, Jose David Fernandez to do a special dining experience at two hotel's restaurant