NOW! Jakarta entices foodies to get to know popular traditional Betawi cuisine among the people of the city, yet its existence is increasingly rare.
More than just a part of local entertainment, Ondel-ondel holds deep Betawi cultural values.
If you travel on Jalan Antasari between Prapanca and Cipete Raya, and look up occasionally from your handphone, you will see a series of colourful murals depicting Jakarta’s Betawi culture.
Studies reveal that the Betawi are the most recently-formed ethnic group in Indonesia which consists of mixed blood of various tribes and nations.
Batik Nona Jakarta showcases the cultural richness of Indonesia’s capital city on its beautiful hand-drawn Betawi batik textiles.
With the theme “Essential Jakarta”, the Indonesian team, exhibiting for the second year, will showcase contemporary products inspired by Betawi Culture.
Bimasena Spa recently launched the “Tangas Betawi” Spa treatment, a traditional spa experience which offers the natural body care.
Ajag Ijig achieves a fine balance of serving a delectable Indonesian menu in a setting worthy of being shown off online.
DoubleTree welcomes guests to enjoy Ramadan offers in two styles, Kampung Betawi at Open Restaurant and Middle Eastern Mist at Sea Grain Restaurant.