The Phoenix Hotel Yogyakarta has published a culinary book featuring a variety of cuisines that were part of the hotel’s culinary evolution.
Intan spoke to NOW! Jakarta about feminism, gender bias in the literary scene as well as her overall experience at the London Book Fair.
26 Marriott International properties in Indonesia collaborated to raise awareness on education.
As a cookbook writer, I must admit, I think we’re all amazed at how Scandinavia has become one of the places to eat well.
Together with British in South-east Asia (BiSEA) colleagues, BritCham Indonesia joined the first UK roadshow of 2018.
Dila Karinta and Bettina Herz launched the book “Insiders’ Guide to Jakarta Startups” as the guide entrepreneurs who want to develop startup in Jakarta.
Stephanie Brookes and David Metcalf traveled to Belitung to discover the beauty of the island by exploring beaches and its renowned boulders.
Located at the beachfront of Tanjung Benoa Beach, Hotel Nikko Bali offers great deals which allows you to enjoy the luxury of tropical living in the island.
By booking before 31 July, The InterContinental Bali Resort will make your paradise holiday come true with an offer of Stay 4 Nights with only pay for 3 days.
William Woodruff spoke to John McGlynn, a founder of Lontar Foundation, after he returned from the 2018 London Book Fair.
The photographer Anton Gautama spoke to NOW! Jakarta about his book projects and his desire to preserve Indonesian culture through photography.
Bartele Gallery is the only gallery in Indonesia that collects rare antique maps, prints, photographs, books, and other antiquities, some over 500 years old.
I had the privilege to dine at Ultraviolet in Shanghai three months after booking a table, and out of pure luck, only two days after it received its third Michelin star.