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Newsletter: The Best Ramadan and Eid Staycation Deals | Early Easter Deals

Newsletter: The Best Ramadan and Eid Staycation Deals | Early Easter Deals

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It’s time to experience the cherished moment of the Ramadan getaway or Eid holiday with these exciting promotions. There's no better way to spend long days of top-notch services with family during this period. Enjoy the getaway within the city with a comfortable stay designated by our selected hotels. Check our list of the best Ramadan and Eid staycation deals in Jakarta.

If you're still looking for the best places to do Iftar dinner, we've got you covered. These are the best options for breaking the fast in the stand-alone restaurants and hotels in Jakarta, Bali, Bandung, and Surabaya.

Ramadan and Eid hampers are perfect for gifting to loved ones. Be sure to secure the hampers before it lasts. Here are some of the best Ramadan and Eid hampers from premium hotels and dessert shops in Jakarta. We have also curated the best Ramadan indulgent hampers and sweet treats to celebrate in Bandung and Surabaya.

Easter is just around the corner. Have you figured out how to celebrate it? If you’re planning to bring the family out to the celebration, check out our guide to the best Easter celebrations in Jakarta and Bali. Please kindly check and refresh the page as we will keep regularly updating the list.

Amidst the array of options for Japanese restaurants in Jakarta, this one establishment offers an exceptional journey. Nestled in the SCBD area, Soichiro warmly welcomes food enthusiasts to indulge in the time-honoured tradition of Irori-style cooking. Click here to see the full review and watch the reels video here.

For the cultural article, this week we focus on Exploring the Sacred Essence of 'Tukad': The Significance of Rivers in Balinese Culture. Read the full article here.

For Bandung, we have the best restaurants to have iftar, the best bebek hitam, and the best ideas to do during ngabuburit.

For Surabaya, we give you the best spots to do suhoor, the best places to buy perfumes, and the best Korean marts.

The Ministry of Trade has begun implementing rules regarding restrictions on imported goods brought by passengers from abroad. Among the imported goods restricted are a maximum of two pairs of footwear, two bags, and five pieces of other finished textile items per passenger. Read the full story here.

Facing the backlash, Minister of Trade Zulkifli Hasan stated that he is still reviewing the evaluation or revision. He said he would discuss the revision plan with the Coordinating Minister for Economic Affairs, Airlangga Hartarto. Read the full story here.

The plans for the North Bali Airport have been in circulation since 2015. For nearly a decade, the project has been on and off the agenda, but the presumed incoming president faces significant commitments. It seems likely that Prabowo Subianto and Gibran Rakabuming Raka will assume the roles of president and vice president of Indonesia, respectively. Read the full story here.

With that, we wish you all a wonderful week ahead. Remember to prioritize your health and happiness. Keep the spirit high!

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