The Indonesian Heritage Society Jakarta is a non-profit organisation offering the opportunity to learn more about the rich cultural heritage of Indonesia. The varied activities of the society, including tours, lectures and study groups, provide a stepping stone to discovering the culture, life, history & art of this vast archipelago.
Ice Tede Dara spoke about her evolution in a beautiful and compelling presentation, Three Generations of Weavers: Heritage Weavings, Tense Present and Uncertain Future.
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.
IHS members have updated the training material on ceramics and are preparing a comprehensive database of the more than 1,000 ceramic objects on display.
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.
There are many hidden treasures within and around Jakarta and Indonesia Heritage Society Explorers can show them to you.