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The Indonesian Government has encouraged ministries, businesses and individuals to consider to work from Bali as part of a campaign to support the hospitality industry.
After raving reviews on their Bali, Java roadshow, this environmental documentary film, made in Indonesia, finally hits cinemas in Jakarta.
International tourist arrivals were down 83% in the first quarter of 2021 as widespread travel restrictions remained in place. However, the UNWTO Confidence Index shows signs of a slow uptick in confidence.
In celebration of Global Wellness Day, The Apurva Kempinski Bali announced the launch of Sound Meditation: a brand-new programme that is designed to help guests achieve mindfulness.
RecleanSea, a non-profit association from France fighting marine pollution, was awarded a small grant from the French Institute in Indonesia (IFI) as part of a Science & Impact program.
The Nord Anglia School Jakarta is preparing in earnest to transition from their full-time ‘Virtual School Experience’ (VSE) to face-to-face learning on the school’s beautiful campus.
The legendary Kuta neighbourhood is getting an exciting new addition as Indonesian hospitality brand, PT Indonesian Paradise Property Tbk, unveils its latest venture in Bali with the opening of YELLO Kuta Beachwalk Bali.
Jakarta Aquarium and Safari (JAQS) released sea turtles back to the wild for the first time as part of what they see as their obligation to support wildlife conservation, as a centre for conservation and education.
If you’re looking to exchange the hustle and bustle of Jakarta’s city life with a scenic alternative surrounded by the beauty of nature, then head on over to Pullman Ciawi Vimala Hills Resort Spa & Convention for a sweet escape.
"Is there anything more important for the world than education?" The answer to that is a decisive no. Education, what - and the way - children learn, determines what tomorrow will bring. In this issue, we bring you stories on education, from 'Ensuring the Future of Thinking', to Sustainability in Schools, new approaches to education and we share the multitude of excellent schooling available in Jakarta. All this and more!
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.
There are only three million hectares of mangroves left in Indonesia, down drastically over the last 30 years. It may seem a lot but there are many threats, and collective action is urgently needed to save them.
Most of us have seen and been seriously jealous of the 6-star dining experiences offered in Dubai and Bali where dinner is served under the sea or feeling just as if you are deep underwater.
Do you want to ride your bicycle? Now, you can cycle to Golf Island in Pantai Indah Kapuk (often just called PIK) and stop by to shop and relax at Pusat Sepeda.
Indulge in a romantic getaway with your better half to the stunning cliffs of Ungasan as Karma Kandara introduces its luxurious Honeymoon Package specially curated for love-struck couples.
If you’re looking to explore Bali while it’s not bustling with tourists, then now is the time. To help you, the five-star Karma Kandara Resort is offering you the chance to discover new sides of the island with its latest promos.
Andaz Bali has opened their breakfast experience (starting early in the morning) so more can take in that easy-going Sanur atmosphere. Breakfast is served in Wok Wok, a restaurant that serves Indonesian comfort food.