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Newsletter: The Best Healthy Restaurants & The Best Places to Get Cromboloni

Newsletter: The Best Healthy Restaurants & The Best Places to Get Cromboloni

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A new year often signifies a fresh start for many people. For some, this means setting health goals, such as following a healthier diet. So, let's start the new year with mindful eating and more vegetables. Luckily, the options are plentiful. Here are our favourite healthy restaurants in Jakarta, Bali, and Bandung.

Another new food trend surfaces. Experience the best of both worlds with the innovative combination of croissant and bomboloni known as Cromboloni. That's still ok if you cheat on a little bit of your diet for this sweet treat. Finding the best cromboloni can be a delightful adventure, so here is the list of places to get the best cromboloni in Jakarta, Bandung, and Surabaya.

In Jakarta, relishing omakase might lead you to a handful of exclusive spots known for their curated chefs' menus and authentic Japanese dining experiences. MISS FISH Jakarta specializes in a seamless blend of authentic Japanese cuisine with dynamic Latin American and European influences. Read our full review of MISS FISH Jakarta here.

For Bali this week, we have the best laundry services and the best wedding photography companies in Bali. Meanwhile, we highlight Omkara: The Sacred Symphony of Balinese Hinduism for our cultural article.

For Bandung, we present you with the best breakfast spots and the best street food stalls at Cibadak Culinary Night.

For Surabaya, we've got the best catering services, the best pilates studios, and the best golf stores.

The Directorate General of Immigration has added 78 new auto gates at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in Tangerang, Banten. This is to improve immigration services for passengers. Among Indonesian citizens, the auto-gate service can be used by holders of e-passports and non-electronic passports. Click here for the full story.

Starting February 14, 2024, Bali is adopting the International Tourism Levy. Priced at IDR 150,000 per person, this regulation is to preserve its rich customs, wisdom, and nature in the frame of sustainability. Click here for the full information.

For this, happy reading! Cheers to the new year, new beginnings, and lots of hope!

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