First introduced by Sana Studio in 2016, Pound Fit is gaining popularity among urbanites as an alternative physical activity.
NOW! Jakarta sat down with nutritionist and fitness trainer Ayu Nova to find out where things stand and what can be done to solve the issue of health inequality.
Since 2007, Car Free Day in Jakarta has become a favourite event among kids, youth and families to exercise and start building a healthier lifestyle.
Located within Neo Soho Mall, West Jakarta, Jakarta Aquariom Indonesia (JAI) is no stranger to superlatives when it comes to its marine collection.
The Jakarta government has built 290 Ruang Publik Terpadu Ramah Anak (RPTRA) or child-friendly parks around Jakarta. How do they do now?
The homey garden of ARMA Museum in Ubud will host Ubud Village Jazz Festival (UVJF) 2019 on 16-17 August 2019, bringing with it some of the world’s most celebrated jazz musicians.
Offering equally enchanting beaches, surf, and culture to those in Bali, Lombok still needs more recognition. Our partner at NOW! Bali helps spreading the breathtaking view and the intriguing Sasak people in Lombok.
NOW! Jakarta contributors Stephanie Brookes and David Metcalf travelled to Banda Neira Island, taking a deeper look of both its beauty and dark history.
This popular tourist destination in Jakarta was honoured with a recognition as part of their mission in promoting ocean conservation that has attracted many visitors last year.
With technology giving birth to new medical advancements and digitalised health tools every day, we may need to ask ourselves, “are we really getting healthier?” We spoke to professional health experts to find out their opinion and explored some of the latest alternative ways to stay fit.
Indonesia’s leading company in lifestyle and hospitality industry, ISMAYA Group, expanded its business to open authentic Italian restaurant Osteria GIA.
Simran Nanwani, member of Indonesian Heritage Society (IHS), shares her journey to become a guide in the National Museum (Museum Nasional) and her experiences so far.
Spectrum restaurant at Fairmont Jakarta will be hosting a Sunday brunch featuring delectable French cuisines during the celebration of French National Day on 14 July.
It's a special dining experience where the guest could experience British signature offerings starting from iconic light bites selections to all-time favourite drinks throughout this month.
NSNTR Restaurant at Mercure Jakarta Pantai Indah Kapuk presents the best of Indonesian flavours as part of its Nusantara Weekend Dinner programme throughout July and August 2019.