The Indonesian Heritage Society (IHS) is a non-profit organisation offering the opportunity to learn more about the rich cultural heritage of Indonesia.
Learn about the vast archipelago with The Indonesian Heritage Society's new online program.
In February, an expectant crowd of Indonesian Heritage Society members gathered for a talk and sampling by Santhi Serad from ACMI (Aku Cinta Makanan Indonesia - I Love Indonesian Food) entitled The Flavors of the Spice Islands.
On 29 February 2020, the Indonesian Heritage Society (IHS) will celebrate 50 years of volunteerism in support of Jakarta’s museums.
Since 2012 the Balinese Subak system is on the list of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites and an area of 19,500 hectares has been designated as “Cultural Landscape”.
Indonesian Heritage Society's Gerda Kassing shares her visit to Museum Kata Andrea Hirata and how it became another gem of the beautiful Bangka Belitung.
Keiko Hayashi, member of Indonesian Heritage Society (IHS), talks about her life journey into becoming an expat's wife living in Jakarta.
As an effort to promote Indonesian cultural heritage to guests and younger generation, Hotel Indonesia Kempinski is hosting a very special programme this month.
Founded in 1970, IHS is a vibrant community of expats and Indonesians with a keen interest in art, culture, history and passion for all things Indonesian.
Simran I. Nanwani, member of Indonesian Heritage Society (IHS), shares her journey to become a guide in the National Museum (Museum Nasional) and her experiences so far.
Lake Toba, the land of the Batak tribes, is a vast area.
Evening Lectures by the Indonesian Heritage Society will be discussing some issues, from terrorism, middle income class, to wild men of Borneo.
The Italian section of the Indonesian Heritage Society explores the gardens’ history and beauty at Bogor Botanical Gardens.
The Indonesian Heritage Society presents a great way to get to know more about Jakarta and surrounding areas with the Society’s Explorers’ Group and/or Heritage Tours.