Kaum Jakarta uses Amed sea salt as one of ingredients to season the restaurant cuisine. It's unique and Yes, it is only marketed in specific market in Indonesia
August was a busy month for BritCham with two CEO Series. The President of Unilever Indonesia and the CEO of Panorama Group shared their insights.
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.
As part of its partnership with Habitat for Humanity, guests can participate in this charity programme until mid-December.
Nestled in Nusa Dua, Manarai Beach House offers a full-fledged beach experience any time of day, welcomes guests to embrace endless summer vibes.
Jakarta-based clothing label, MOZZO recently launched its latest service ‘Made by Order’ where one’s business attire can be tailored to one’s style.
With more than 800 products covering a variety of categories, one can purchase products using its membership programme.
Icekim has tapped into the market for dairy-free and gluten-free frozen treats with its homemade products made with real flavours.
The second annual Spotify On Stage event at Jakarta International Expo saw 7,000 fans gather in one spot to watch their favourite Spotify artists perform live.