Puri Santrian Beach Resort boasts a 200-metre stretch of white sand beach line with docile wave and cooling island breeze suitable for adults, children or non-swimmers.
The Kartika Soekarno Foundation (KSF) was founded in 1998 in response to the Southeast Asian economic crisis. Today, the foundation aims to give Indonesian children the best start in life.
Helping Hands Foundation held Ekspedisi Bhinneka Bagi Bangsa to unite children from Aceh to Papua from various tribes, religions and different physical conditions to a curriculum of outdoor education.
NOW! Jakarta’s Alistair Speirs went to visit British School Jakarta and met two parents who entrusted their children to start their learning journey in the school.
In its 11th year, BritCham’s Giving Kids A Sporting Chance gave 60 children the opportunity to have their first go at rugby, all under the watchful eyes of Byron Kelleher, the recently retired charismatic New Zealand All Blacks.
With “Cakes for Charity”, we brightened up the day of underprivileged children across the city by bringing them cakes, gifts and toys, provided by Shangri-La Hotel, Jakarta and The Sultan Hotel & Residence Jakarta.
Plenty of Indonesian children aren’t able to celebrate the holiday season with joy but Drop of Hope believes that every child deserves a gift.
British School Jakarta (BSJ) decided to up the stakes at the entry level for the youngest children.
The 9th Annual Conference of HighScope Indonesia brought together education experts, students and parents in a discussion panel aimed at giving what’s best for the children.
Thai artist Mit Jai Inn links the history of the cave to create creative space for UOB Museum MACAN Children’s Art Space Commission
In this day and age, we must all be more familiar with technological advances. Sinarmas World Academy (SWA) organised a seminar titled 'Parenting in the Digital Era' for parents to better raise their children in this era.
A non-profit foundation focusing on helping children with cancer, Yayasan Kanker Anak Indonesia (YKAI) collaborates with pediatricians to ensure proper care and treatment are given.
MUSIKINI, the first contemporary music festival, will take place at the end of this year with epic concerts featuring Batavia Madrigal Singers and The Resonanz Children Choir as well as Gandari opera led by Tony Prabowo himself.
One of Sinarmas World Academy’s students, gold medallist David Shane Goh, spoke to the audience at Children's Day event on the importance of children as future leaders of the nation.
It is widely believed that children’s skins, especially babies, are more sensitive than adults’ skins. Cottonaries offers items made from organic cotton.
You’re never too young to enjoy quality timekeeping, and Flik Flak by the Swatch Group is proof that even children can benefit from the brand’s innovative design and functionality.
Moving to a new country will always be exciting. There are so many things to consider, choosing the right schools for your children is one of them.
Myka Kids’ cute teepees will make most —if not all— children go gaga. The little ones will have a very cozy place to play for hours of fun inside the cone-shaped tent.
Nearly 100 reading rooms across Jakarta, including libraries in integrated child-friendly public spaces, reading parks, and community libraries, participated in #BacaJakarta,
Niki Meehan, Principal of NIS Jakarta shares five top tips for expat parents to feed their children’s curiosity.
Saraswati Learning Center addresses the needs of these children and helps educate them in a supportive environment.
For an hour a week, Laras Kasih, a community of artists, gives children with cancer a reason to smile.
The golf event provides direct assistance to Indonesian children in need, with a focus on meeting their basic nutritional, shelter and educational requirements
Maria Sumual from Yayasan Biji Sesawi went to Papua to visit the children of 13 poor villages.
This effort succeed in securing three full scholarships to support Red Nose Children’s formal education.
Leading food producer, Kimbo Kitchen recently participated in a food donation drive to help orphaned children in Palu.
When children call out “trick or treat” but for the adults, however, there are more grown-up treats in store at these hotels to celebrate Halloween.
Held at Global Jaya International School, Starbucks Indonesia invited 150 children to celebrate National Sports through its StarCoach Programme.
To celebrate National Children’s Day on 23 July , Starbucks Indonesia held a series of events for two consecutive days in Jakarta, Medan, Surabaya and Bali.
First held in June, Jakarta Aquarium’s successful Aqua Camp aims to engage children with undersea world, returns from 13 to 27 July.
Yayasan Biji Sesawi recently organised an Iftar gathering for underprivileged women and children in Jakarta.
AWA members visited one of the projects they have helped sponsor, Sekolah Kami, a school for children of trash pickers on the outskirts of Jakarta.
Take your children to these top indoor playgrounds in Jakarta such as Kidzania, Houbii, Pinisi Edutainment Park, Wowzonia, and The Magical Garden.
“What would you do if you had one more day to live?” This is the question being posed to young adults through a Rachel House initiative called “The Living Wall”.