Wina Bissett’s fourth cookbook sets out 120 home-cooking recipes, and has both Western and Eastern influences. The book, which is written in Bahasa Indonesia, is easy to use and will come in very handy for those who want to cook at home themselves, or alternatively, who want to train their cooks.
Jakarta has numerous famous places scattered around the city. We know some of them: Martello Fortress in Kepulauan Seribu (Thousand Islands) area and Pura Aditya Jaya (Aditya Jaya Temple) in Rawamangun, East Jakarta.
Yes. There’s a temple in Jakarta.
Do you know any other beautiful unknown spots in Jakarta? We invite you to explore the city of Jakarta to its deepest part and find Jakarta’s hidden gems. Share your photos and stories to us and get a chance to win 3 Calvin Klein watches for lucky winners!
How to participate:
Visit a rather unpopular yet beautiful, kids-friendly places in Jakarta (Bekasi, Depok, and Tangerang Selatan are not in Jakarta!).
Places should not be a cafe or dining venues
Take photographs and write a story of that place.
File size: 1MB - 5MB
Resolution: 72 - 300 DPI
File format: JPEG
Numbers of photos for one place: 1 - 5
Digital manipulation that distorts the reality of the image is not allowed.However, basic enhancement such as sharpening, contrast adjustments, or simple cropping is allowed.
Text must be written in English, casual-formal style
Minimum text: 500 words
Put a catchy title
All entries will be reviewed by NOW! Jakarta editorial team.
Participants may send as many contents of as many places as possible.
NOW! Jakarta will have the rights to use all contents submitted as website and/or social media contents.