In the area of Cempaka Putih Timur, Central Jakarta, a community called Gang Hijau (green alley) cohesively develop hydroponics in cultivating a green environment in Jakarta, in addition to get good quality vegetables.
Grand Sahid Jaya Jakarta welcomes Mare Nostrum, a Mediterranean restaurant that offers an authentic soul of Spain and vibrant culinary collection.
After ongoing grand renovation since early 2019, Social House officially reopens the lifestyle destination to refresh the guest’s experience.
Sneaker lovers don’t need to go Tokyo to hunt the rare collaborative collection of Nike or Adidas with Atmos as the streetwear retailer officially opens its flagship store in Jakarta.
An 8,000sqm parking lot is turned into a meeting point where Jakarta communities could enjoy food and run creative activities.
Standing tall at Jalan Pecenongan, Central Jakarta, Sparks Luxe is the new epithet of what people used to know historically about the property that has been existed for more than a decade, Alila Hotel.
Situated close to the biggest textile market in Southeast Asia, the newly open ibis Styles Tanah Abang welcomes guests with a vibrant living that speaks through its playful design.
Hutan Kota is Jakarta’s urban lungs that offers a green establishment and environmentally friendly recreation centre for local communities.
At its new establishment in Mentang, Gelato Secrets provides extensive choice of menu from the classic Italian flavour such as Bacio, Stracciatella and Pistachio, to the tropical taste of Indonesia.
The biggest marketplace for pre-loved branded products, Irresistible Bazaar will be holding its second bazaar this year, slated from 31 July to 4 August at Grand Indonesia.
Famously known for its posh modern Cantonese cuisine, Hakkasan Jakarta also offers a bar department of exceptional quality, a comfort for those looking for to sip crafted cocktails.
Keraton at The Plaza is offering a brand new high tea menu inspired by our inner childhood as part of its commitment to cater to the family market and young guests.
This indoor climbing gym is suitable for people of all ages, starting from kids to adults. The aim is to be able to train the dexterity and motor agility starting from early age.
Following a major revamp in 2017, Monumen Pembebasan Irian Barat or West Irian Liberation Monument has been gaining popularity among Jakartans and tourists looking for alternatives of Monas and Kota Tua.
After successful creating one of the most instagrammable spots in town, the recent exhibition by Haluu World will make you feel nostalgic and happy.
The Japanese fast-serving food outlet offers personalized Japanese BBQ style dining at approachable prices.
Paying homage to the myriad flavours of the region, Double Chin Restaurant and Bar conjures up a veritable tribute to the rich cuisines that we all know and love.
As ARTOTEL Thamrin come up with youthful spirit, ARTOTEL Wahid Hasyim is likely established to caters more mature guests though its simplicity and elegant design.
Publik Markette has added a little something for the weekends, the bi-weekly Weekend Markette on Saturdays, offering a unique crafty and artsy weekend experience
the brand new Whiz Capsule Hotel Thamrin is a strategic property which provide easy reach of a number of tourist destinations.
The new dining experience features an array of international and pan-Asian cuisines from appetizers to dessert.
Fans of Latin American culinary riches rejoice! Sudestada Jakarta is the latest addition to the city’s restaurants focusing on cuisine from the region. And You will never miss the grill!
The luxury preloved branded & streetwear bazaar in Indonesia will be held between 27 February and 3 March at Exhibition Hall, Grand Indonesia, Central Jakarta.
Fairmont Jakarta’s recent addition, 1945 features Indonesian cuisine in a fine dining set up using traditional recipes with modern interpretations.
Fairmont Jakarta’s VIEW and 1945 restaurants will feature dishes specially curated in collaboration with guest chefs from the region.
The recently-opened Oso Ristorante, perched above the capital at The Plaza, is the latest addition to the many gems that dot central Jakarta.
Fairmont Jakarta’s premium restaurant, 1945, is now helmed by a new chef who has recreated the menu at this iconic space.
Al Nafoura Restaurant at Le Meridien Jakarta is offering something special this month: experiencing Valentine’s Day with a Middle Eastern touch, in a romantic setting and with delightful cuisine.
Sushi Tei, one of Indonesia’s most popular Japanese eateries, opened its newest outlet at Central Jakarta’s Citywalk Sudirman in June, ready to serve Japanese treats to the capital’s foodies.