Tugu Selamat Datang (Bundaran HI), Patung Pancoran (Tugu Pancoran), and Monumen Pembebasan Irian Jaya (Lapangan Banteng) are popular landmarks in Jakarta. Who do they have in common?
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.
the brand new Whiz Capsule Hotel Thamrin is a strategic property which provide easy reach of a number of tourist destinations.
It’s not just another brick in the wall, its our lives among the bricks and walls that matter.
Jakarta offers budget travellers an easy solution during their transit time in the city - the capsule.
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.
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.
History never really says goodbye. History says, “See you later”.
The cafe celebrated its anniversary by serving dishes that paid homage to the cuisine of Nusantara, with foreign undertones.
2019 is around the corner and city squares, hotels, clubs and other places are gearing up to welcome the New Year in style!
Recognising the past is imperative. Now, a museum dedicated to the Tionghoa people of Batavia serves that purpose.
The City Government has revamped the capital in the last few years through a number of revitalisation programmes that have transformed city corners into lively
Ecuadorian painter Sigifredo Camacho presents 20 of his paintings at his solo exhibit “Formas y Colores de la Luz” at Museum of Fine Arts and Ceramics, Kota Tua
There are many hidden treasures within and around Jakarta and Indonesia Heritage Society Explorers can show them to you.
Dian Hasan and Gregory Tobing—the duo behind cycling community Other Side Bicycle Experience—have taken sightseeing to another level. On two wheels.
If you don’t have plans to leave the city, there are plenty of options to choose from should you find yourself Jakarta-bound this season.
NOW! Jakarta spoke to Ambassador of Ireland, H.E. Kyle O’Sullivan ahead of the end of his appointment in Indonesia.
Looking the city restorations sites in Jakarta, Alistair Speirs narrates how Kota Tua could be the best historical/cultural destination in Asia.
Jakarta based organisation Ngopi Jakarta invites tourists –and residents—to explore the city’s hidden gems on foot and share their experiences.
NOW!Jakarta has curated a few options for the extended holiday period with plenty of things to do for those who will be staying on in the capital.
Wina Bissett narrates urbanization phenomenon in Jakarta which widens our choice of food and restaurants.
The Mexican Embassy is currently holding the ‘Batik a la Mexicana’ exhibition in Kota Tua to commemorate 65 years of diplomatic relations with Indonesia.
Four regions in the country are now among the best in the country for travellers looking for destinations that comply with their beliefs.
Erasmus Huis’ programmes including exhibits, seminars and films provide insight into Dutch culture.