We are delighted to introduce you to a relative newcomer to Jakarta’s hospitality scene, but certainly not somebody new in this industry.
Whilst the island has been heavily preoccupied with the pandemic, Gary Bencheghib has remained focused on the thing that mattered to him the most: protecting Bali from plastic pollution.
Since the pandemic hit, the demand for disposable face masks has skyrocketed around the world. And this has resulted in tons of used masks winding up scattered in our environment.
Since its establishment, the luxurious Royal Tulip Gunung Geulis Resort & Golf has managed to become one of the premier resorts in Indonesia, achieving a staggering 22 awards within five years of operations.
On 19th August was International Orangutan Day, a yearly reminder that our not-so-distant cousin is endangered. Why do we write “cousin”? Well...as you will read in the list we've put together, they share quite a few similarities.
Offering cutting-edge technology to elevate your eyewear retail experience, VIUUM is a game-changer in the industry through its exceptional innovation in eyewear shopping.
Deborah Iskandar is a veteran of many years in the high-pressure art auction world and is now the principal of ISA Art Advisory, which advises clients on buying and selling art and building collections.
Despite the economic impact brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic, Indonesia will continue its efforts to develop its electric vehicle (EV) industry, and not just with the production of raw materials, said President Joko Widodo.
Indonesia is a treasure house of art and a dynamic source of culture in its many forms, in our main story we celebrate Indonesia’s art & culture through its long history and find out more about today’s art and festival scene from some top experts. In this issue we also share stories on Komodo Dragons and Sustainable Tourism; how Seaweed Can Bring Prosperity; The Unpredictable Dynamics of Indonesian Sports; and also interview the GM of the recently opened The Langham Jakarta.
A new way to enjoy NOW! Jakarta contents, available on your favourite podcast listening platforms.Hear the voices of NOW! Jakarta Publisher Alistair Speirs and NOW! Jakarta Managing Editor Refa Koetin and listen to what they have to say about life in Jakarta.
There are only three million hectares of mangroves left in Indonesia, down drastically over the last 30 years. It may seem a lot but there are many threats, and collective action is urgently needed to save them.
Having turned 100 years old two years ago from its first concoction in a bar in Florence, Italy, in 1919 by Count Camilo Negroni, the deliciously bitter Negroni is the perfect elixir for our recent curious times.
Do you want to ride your bicycle? Now, you can cycle to Golf Island in Pantai Indah Kapuk (often just called PIK) and stop by to shop and relax at Pusat Sepeda.
If you’re looking to host small gatherings, The Hermitage, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel, Jakarta is offering a special Suite Intimate Experience package, a personalised service for intimate social functions.
Karma Kandara Bali's latest villa packages invite you to take a well-earned staycation on the Ungasan clifftops.
Bringing in Bali’s freshest seafood bounty, Karma Beach Bali presents a taste of Jimbaran fish market where their beachfront venue, sounds of their resident DJ and fresh cocktails come together for the ultimate seafood experience.