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Ennichisai Festival is one of the biggest cultural events in Jakarta attended by hundred thousands of visitors annually. The festival commits to promote Japanese arts and foods to Indonesian audiences since 2010. It’s routinely conducted in Blok M, a huge shopping complex, South Jakarta. Even though it’s such a famous festival in my city and I love Japanese culture as well, unfortunately I often get … Continue reading Samurai Performance in Ennichisai Festival
Anytime I get confused about where to go to Jakarta, Kota Tua is always a helpful option for me. This Jakarta Old Town complex has a lot of attractions to see. Fatahillah Square, as the center of the complex, is surrounded by a couple of interesting museums to see, from Jakarta History Museum, Fine Art and Ceramic Museum, to Wayang Museum. This Time, I prefer … Continue reading Exploring the World of Wayang
People suddenly talked about Ria Rio reservoir since September 2013 after governor of Jakarta at that time, Joko Widodo, had the program to rejuvenate it. The massive publication about the reservoir located in Pedongkelan, Pulogadung, East Jakarta also raised its popularity especially because the rejuvenation had the purpose not only to return its function as water storage to prevent flood but also to make it … Continue reading Ria Rio : Hidden Reservoir in the City
People say Jakarta is the city that never sleeps. In the time of people are dreaming at night, there are still many people who are busy with their activities. It’s not only about people partying in the club. In fact, there are many lively productive activities done at night in this city. One of the most obvious example is the hustle and bustle of people … Continue reading Midnight Snacking at Kue Subuh Market