Yogyakarta Marriott Hotel offers guests an extravagant Iftar feast featuring Middle East, local and international favourites.
Hendra Gunawan, Fatur Ridho, and Claudia Panca are three artists with special need whose works are featured on Starbucks tumbler and tote bag.
Tucked into the foyer area of Raffles famed Arts Cafe is Pattisserie, a veritable repository of baked goods that are a delectable treat.
Ismaya Group presents a special iftar promos this Ramadhan at a number of the group's dining outlets around Jakarta: Mr. Fox, SKYE, Pizza e Birra Sports Bar, Publik Markette, Kitchenette, and The People’s Cafe.
Novotel and Ibis Styles Jakarta Mangga Dua Square, Hotel Borobudur Jakarta, InterContinental Jakarta Pondok Indah, DoubleTree by Hilton Jakarta-Diponegoro, Pullman Jakarta Central Park Offer Special Ramadhan Promos. Check it Out!
Steak Aficionados will be more than acquainted with dishes specially created for Ramadan.
This Ramadhan, hotels around Jakarta have put together special dishes with which to open the ritual fast, from the traditional takjil to more decadent dishes.
Waste4Change provides services that will help your business to invest in waste management and be responsible for your waste through sorting and recycling.
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.
Situated at ground floor Mall Kelapa Gading 3, Union Kelapa Gading serves an array of homemade cakes, bistro fare, and award-winning cocktails which are definitely a real treat for special occasions.
Explore endless cultural and tourism destinations in the heart of Java. These two cities offer haven of arts, culinary, shopping, nature, and not to forget - Javanese royalty.
Glodok is rustic and classic, an old Chinese neighborhood that always invites people to comeback to see history and culture that has been a part of the Batavia since 15th century.
Lianti Raharjo has found a way to recycle used grounds into skin care products as part of her contribution to the fight against climate change.
Available on both IOS and Android, we choose a few apps that might help in budgeting one’s finances.
The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali invites you to a colourful Easter weekend at the luxurious beachfront resort.
From limited edition chocolate collections to special brunches and even spa treatments, this year’s Easter celebrations at hotels around Jakarta are a treat!
Fraser Residence Menteng, Jakarta adds 128 Gold-standard serviced apartments in the capital’s business and diplomatic centre.
Located in Gunawarman, Djournal House fuses cafe culture, with an addition of an exposed bar, as well as a music corner where one can buy vinyl records by local and international artists.
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!
Using Sumatran coffee beans, the cold pressed coffee beverages are all natural, healthy and a great substitute for energy drinks.
If you want to find a rather unusual travelling experience that focuses on architectue and design, then just go to Bandung.
Sarong’s secret to longevity and success is the frequency with which the menu is complemented by results of travel and adventure.
Susan Poku organises coffee mornings and talks to raise awareness on how we can actively take responsibility to live more sustainable.
With the recent opening of its Starbucks Dewata Coffee Sanctuary in Bali, the company has expanded its development programme to partners on the island.
Asiatica Furniture offers timeless solid wooden products, which are not only pleasing to the eye, but can also be handed down from generation to generation.
Something as simple as your office’s waste bin placement could contribute to your company’s sustainability aspect
Sholi Pohan promotes the use of environmentally friendly coffee farming techniques that produce higher quality coffee on smaller plots of land
Bangka and Belitung, often referred to collectively with the hyphenated moniker, are part of a group of islands which lie northeast of South Sumatra province.
Jakarta offers budget travellers an easy solution during their transit time in the city - the capsule.
Boca Rica's tapas menu—and excellent drinks—provide the perfect respite from gridlocked South Jakarta
NOW! Jakarta spoke to Leung Kwan Ho, Director of Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) to find out about the growing link between the two countries.
Along with Komunitas Aleut, NOW!Jakarta explores Braga, a Bandung European-style neighborhood which historically known as a home of Concordia Community.
Lume Restaurant and Lounge, a brand new spot on Jl. Suryo, a busy stretch of road, bustling with trendy restaurants and bars.
Fairmont, Mulia, Kempinski and other hotels in Jakarta have prepared Valentine's dining experience at its restaurants outlet.
As the world’s third largest cocoa bean producer, Indonesia has some good chocolate brands. NOW! Jakarta has picked a few options.
Unlike other Starbucks stores in the city, this cafe is a nod to local culture where the the architecture and the atmosphere are inspired by Chinese design.
Lake Toba, the land of the Batak tribes, is a vast area.
Well if you love your job, love your city, and love your friends then finding real love will be a lot easier, because you may just be a nicer person.
We’ve curated a line up of a few cafes you might want visit over the weekend.
It's a one-of-a-kind store that highlights local craftsmanship and culture. Embark on coffee’s seed-to-cup journey while here.
Nestled in an alley near the Kerta Niaga Building at Kota Tua, Acaraki introduces customers to a new way of enjoying jamu by way of a modern take.
Its latest collaboration with Tanamera Coffee is testament to its focus on developing its image as a trendy, fashion forward brand.
It’s International Tea Day on 15 December and NOW! Jakarta spoke to tea expert Ratna Somantri about the virtues of the beverage.
Adiwana Hotels Resort opens its latest property, Adiwana Monkey Forest, Ubud on 17 December.
Recognising the past is imperative. Now, a museum dedicated to the Tionghoa people of Batavia serves that purpose.
Grilled to perfection each steak is served on a sizzling plate to ensure your steaks remain hot for your whole meal.
In partnership with the Embassy of India in Indonesia, Dr. Dhoka spoke in-depth about the ancient medical science that has been passed down through generations.
Ika spoke to NOW! Jakarta about her life in the creative industry, her view on feminism and the projects she is currently working on.
It’s a gleeful and fantastic end to 2018 that you should not miss on 31 December.
Kotagede is an old city that has many treasures, including the tombs of the founding kings of the Mataram kingdom.
The conference will take place on 13th of December 2018 in Raffles Jakarta.
This special unit was formed to promote mediation as an effective approach to conflict resolution in conflicts over land and natural resource management.
Showing the commitment to find Indonesia’s future talents, Hari Fauzan was named as the winner of the first Chef Hunt at Jakarta Culinary Feastival.
In recognition of Bandung’s emerging creative personalities, the boutique hotel has dedicated an art space to hold exhibitions and cafe for weekend hangout.
It has attracted not only tourists who are curious to see a different side of Berlin and learn more about the city’s hygiene history and toilet culture.
Exfoliation with face scrubs is the ticket to fresher and more radiant-looking skin and St. Ives, America’s top skincare brand has a range of natural products.
The latest expansion features a new menu—including cocktails—in its signature vibrant atmosphere.
In the rush to develop the urban, are we forgetting our connection to the rural landscape? Can village revitalisation programmes hold the key to growth?
Inspired by traditional celebration "Kenduri", Kandura’s designs is different from the ceramic studios which focus on contemporary design.
From cemeteries to ceremonies, a delightful experience awaits the traveller who takes the time to go to Tana Toraja learn a little of its vibrant culture.
For the first time, JCF will hold “The Chef Hunt” for those who have less than two years of professional cooking experience.
Bali stores will now see durable paper straws and wooden stirrers, and cups made from post-consumer recycled PET based components.
Nigel Mason, Managing Director of Mason Adventures enjoys seeking out unique cultural experiences on his travels. He told us about some of his memorable trips.
Dine among beautiful flowers and plants, stimulate your senses and whet your appetite at LOF. This hidden garden of food and drink is a place of serenity.
Jakarta Culinary Feastival is expected to be a gastronomic haven where foodies can meet with more than 50 local and international culinary stars.
Kaum Jakarta uses Amed sea salt as one of ingredients to season its dishes. The unique farming method heightens the flavour.
Patricia grew up in a community that was very much part of the Balinese coffee culture, which featured some of Indonesia’s best coffee beans.
BeeMa Honey produce an array of Artisan honey by bees from the genus Apis which collect from organic plantation and the surrounded forests.
Icekim has tapped into the market for dairy-free and gluten-free frozen treats with its homemade products made with real flavours.
Starbucks celebrates international coffee day by opening three brand new reserve stores in Jakarta, including first reserve store in office building.
Kopi Luwak or Civet cats coffee has increasingly soared in popularity and become the most expensive coffee in the world due to its unique delicious taste. But..
Have you ever stopped to wonder why Java became the home of some of the best coffees in the world? To find out we have to go back to of the Dutch Colonial.
The winners were selected by over 40,000 votes from more than 30,000 voters who had voiced their opinion on which of the 144 entrants were deserving of these ac
PHM Hospitality is set to launch OCTOBART, a programme with a range of diverse concepts that bring together the arts, culture, creativity and lifestyle.
NOW! Jakarta spoke to Dini Aryani Criddle, the founder of Tanamera Coffee about the brand’s philosophy and success.
Panda House by WWF Indonesia showcases various outcomes of the foundation’s conservation work from Sabang in Aceh to Merauke in Papua.
The Dharmawangsa House is the first wedding programme in Indonesia where couples can celebrate their big day at The Dharmawangsa elegant location.
Men’s Fashion Week in Indonesia returns next week, from 24 to 29 September at The Warehouse, Plaza Indonesia.
Tugu Malang located at the very centre of the town, is an astonishing maze of art, culture and hospitality. It is magnificent in its proportions.
NOW! Jakarta spoke to appointed Hotel Manager at Mandarin Oriental Audrey Lim about her new role and the challenges in the industry today.
Do you own a car in Jakarta? Yes? Really sorry but you don’t - you only own half a car!
Coffee enthusiasts have opportunity to understand more about Cold Brew beverages by sitting down with Starbucks Coffee Masters last month.
Archipelago International’s new establishment, Nomad, is dedicated to travellers looking for unique vacations with authentic experiences.
ARTOTEL Group announced the addition of a new hotel to its portfolio, The de Braga. Located in Bandung, the hotel is the first brand under Curated Collections.
BIRD Hotels&Residences has opened GP Mega Kuningan Hotel, which aims to serve business and leisure guests in the heart of Jakarta.
Hotels have joined in the festivities by offering a range of dining and staycation offers across town to celebrate Independence Day and to welcome Asian Games.
éL Royale Hotel & Resort Banyuwangi and Malang offer staycation experience which allows the guest to get closer with heritage and culture in splendid amenities.
The Tenganan Duah Tukad villagers preserve their authentic, age-old aga culture through Pandan War rituals which put an attention to young Balinese boys.
Ottoman was first an industrial-looking coffee house in Pluit, North Jakarta. Now, Ottaman, which is nestled in the Sopo Del Tower is a vibrant-striking cafe.
Starbucks Indonesia launches campaign inspired by the warm welcoming culture from all over Asia, includes the introduction of a special range of products.
Food writer Wina Bissett shares her experience about what art could inspire the beauty of fine dining cuisine.
Lemonilo has partnered with SMEs around Indonesia to launch the ‘Healthy Café and Ropang Movement’, which offers instant noodles made with natural ingredients.
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.
Jakarta may not have a decent beach but one can still enjoy tropical vibes at many bars and cafes in the city.
Werner Jayson, a German-American long time resident of the capital has certainly helped introduce our taste buds to decidedly Southern classic smoked meat
As you slow down this summer, enjoy delicious goodies from Pistachio Bon Bon to Gula Aren Cake at Starbucks Indonesia.
Food writer Winna Bisset shares her experience on how food could affect the body condition including fitness.
Toby’s Estate has just opened its latest outlet at Grand Indonesia, invites guests to enjoy premium specialty coffees while indulging in a few Australian treats
Jakarta based organisation Ngopi Jakarta invites tourists –and residents—to explore the city’s hidden gems on foot and share their experiences.
Regarding to magazine headline, Alistair Speirs shares his thought on how overweight become the health issue in urban life which leads to fitness crisis.
Hotel Tugu Malang is a cultural destination in and of itself; surrounded by history and nature, it welcomes all visitors into the heart of East Java.
Run by a mother-daughter, Fira Sofyan and Claudia Sofyan, Cafe Gratify, freshly opened in May, serves both gourmet Asian and Western comfort food.
Samabe Bali Suites & Villas resonates beauty and sophistication in a Balinese style, offering romantic cave dinner to the luxurious stay.
ala Ritus aims to highlight Indonesia’s culinary riches and bring back a sense of nostalgia of the colonial era.
Wina Bissett narrates urbanization phenomenon in Jakarta which widens our choice of food and restaurants.
Following the success of its first establishment in Sydney, Devon Cafe introduces Jakarta to its all-day brunch concept at its Senayan City location.
Since our contributor Erza love to walk and always walk a lot during his travels, ‘why not give it a try in Jakarta? Is it possible to walk in Jakarta
In16th anniversary, Starbucks Indonesia has collaborated with IKAT Indonesia to create an exclusive anniversary collection representing unity and culture.
Plaza Indonesia holds the “Ramadan in Style” Fashion Show to showcase the latest collection of modest wear created by five renowned Indonesian designers.
Four regions in the country are now among the best in the country for travellers looking for destinations that comply with their beliefs.
Pancious has recently introduced a new menu with both sweet and savoury dishes to celebrate its 11th anniversary.
When in Bali, you may visit Doncaster Eatery which has become a destination of sorts for breakfast, brunch and dinner.
As part of observances for Ramadan this month, Royal Ambarrukmo Yogyakarta serves up a special menu for both sahur and iftar in three different venues.
We curate a range of bars or lounges that have the perfect combination of good drinks and delicious meals where one can relax after a long day at the office.
Designed in a modern style, Ciputra World Surabaya welcomes discerning travelers, whether on a quest to discover Surabaya’s unique traits or short business trip
Located in the heart of Orchard, Singapore, Royal Plaza is just steps away from anything you might desire.
Tucked away outside Lippo Mall, FJ Grill is home style restaurants where generous portions of delicious dishes are served up in artsy environs.
Great food, prepared efficiently, is vital to the success of any chef. Wina Bisset discuss her culinary experience to sense the quality control of the food.
Eamonn Sadler on his opinion about elusive Mr X, standing with his arm round a senior executive from the Thai company that was top of my list of suspects
Join Erza to explore the city of Siem Reap, Phnom Penh, Cambodia by riding Vespa.
The hotel, which is part of the HARRIS group opens in Bali, Bandung and Pekanbaru.
Surabaya once lured mainly business travellers, but it also offers tourist attractions from well-preserved heritage sites to delectable cuisine.
Inspired by the Javanese art of weaving, both the exterior and interior designs of the hotel feature woven elements that speak of sturdiness and beauty.