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No one needs to be told about the impacts of Covid-19 on international tourism. But what I think needed more attention is How the tourism industry could be improved WHEN it rebuilds—because I’m convinced that tourism will rise aga
A list of companies in Indonesia are looking forward to extend the period of work from home as the Covid-19 pandemic enters new wave, urging companies to revolutionise their workplace.
With a recession looming and infection rates still increasing in Indonesia, this pandemic has give the world a wake-up call to our current vulnerabilities, strengthening the imperative of early action to mitigate major risks.
Dare to build non-mainstream social business, two-young professionals apply innovative ways to create sustainable tourism in the new age.
Learning with distance learning methods that applied in the country during the Covid-19 pandemic requires internal motivation and it needs a process. Not a few parents are overwhelmed to accompany and guide their children.
Virtual Online Tours are a good way to encourage people to see new places, to de-stress and gain new insights.
Restaurants and bars everywhere are rapidly adapting to new conditions—implementing meticulous health protocols to ensure the safety of those dining in without compromising the dining experience they offer.
The impact of Covid-19 has significantly changed our approach to travel – and at the same time gave us the opportunity to rediscover our own countries.
Indonesia’s President Joko Widodo’s first-ever The United Nations General Assembly address calls to end global rivalry and division since the non-block nation remains neutral to promote world peace.
We have seen our life has changed a lot due to the Covid-19 pandemic that requires our skill in adapting to the current situation in the last six months. There is a list of areas in life have been recalled with awakening moments to change how we do business to the way we run our life.
Titled ‘Our Emerging Lifestyle’, we start off with some intriguing pondering by Alistair Speirs regarding applying 11 fundamental rules of self-improvement into cities, specifically Jakarta. The September issue also covers Germany's connection in Indonesia as well as a list of inspirations toward looking forward to the rising trend in culinary and travel.
A new way to enjoy NOW! Jakarta contents, available on your favourite podcast listening platforms.Hear the voices of NOW! Jakarta Publisher Alistair Speirs and NOW! Jakarta Managing Editor Refa Koetin and listen to what they have to say about life in Jakarta.
18 - 20 December 2020
Through the brand Sejauh Mata Memandang, Chitra Subyakto introduces slow fashion in the increasingly tempestuous fashion industry, which many people are starting to forget because they are lulled by something fast paced.
Exist in the game since 2012, Plan B is the ultimate culinary destination to find authentic Spanish dishes from across the region in the Matador’s nation.
Jakarta’s Old Town tourist complex gradually takes steps to resume normal life. Visitors have to obey the rules to experience the heritage site safely.
More than just another destination in paradise, this resort’s tropical allure and family friendly charm are ready to realise the vacation of your dreams when you are ready to travel again.
Meticulously crafted by the hotel's best chefs, Le Meridien brings the finest ingredients to the highest quality of mooncakes to be enjoyed by family and colleagues.
Good company, good food, good wine. A true celebration needs nothing more than these!