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Mie Aceh, a favorite Indonesian dish, By: Hush Petersen

Jakarta Delicacies for the Daring Diner

By: Hush Petersen, first published in Jakarta Expat It’s hard to put your finger on what makes Ben Hil (short for Bendungan Hilir), right at the heart of the city,...

Young and Old, Ground beneath me feet, By: Tino Djumini

Study Group Photography: The Story behind the Image

Study group Photography and New Media by Tino Djumini Spotlight Media and Cemara 6 Art Gallery in Jakarta, in cooperation with Latitudes, organize a study group ...

Snorkeling at Pari island

Pulau Seribu: A Jakarta Island Hideaway

By: Putri Fitria In metropolitan Jakarta, it seems nothing is more valuable than time. When there is spare time, most Jakartans spend it having a rest, or engaging in...

XSProject: Recycling Plastic, Supporting People

By: Ario Triwibowo XSProject is a non-profit organization that uses its surplus revenues to achieve its goals rather than to distribute them as profit or dividends....

Indonesian Batik "a Living Heritage"

Indonesian Batik: A living Heritage, Jakarta & Solo

On January 25th, 2012 the exhibition "Indonesian Batik: A living Heritage" opens its doors for Batik enthusiasts at Galeri Nasional, Jakarta. Galeri Nasional Jl....

Nurturing the Youth’s Creativity through Contemporary Dance: A Collaboration among Cultures

Seminar ‘Nurturing the Youth’s Creativity through Contemporary Dance

Seminar ‘Nurturing the Youth’s Creativity through Contemporary Dance: A Collaboration among Cultures” will be taking place on Thursday, the 2nd of February...

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Jakarta Insider Tips

By: Ario Triwibowo As the most populous place in Southeast Asia, Jakarta is a bustling and a chaotic city that can easily overwhelm visitors. Being Indonesia’s ...

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Experiences of being an Unlicensed Tour Guide in Jakarta

By: Jason Hue The countdown to Christmas begins and marks yet another year of me calling Indonesia my home. For the past few years, I often promote its beauty to my...

Febian Nurrahman Saktinegara, DSLR filmmaker from Jakarta

Indonesian Filmmaker Febian Saktinegara & DSLR Filmmaking in Indonesia

By: Ari Purnama With the rise of the DSLR filmmaking practices, Indonesia boasts a number of young talented individuals who take this platform seriously as a...

Le Souq, C’est Chic

By: Angela Richardson, first published in Jakarta Expat Literally translated as “Arabic Market”, Le Souq captures the young and vibrant spirit which is somewhat...