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Newsletter: The Best Valentine's Day Deals and Promotions

Newsletter: The Best Valentine's Day Deals and Promotions

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The most romantic night of the year is right around the corner, so it’s time to pull out the candles and rose petals. Luckily, we have no shortage of splurge-worthy restaurants perfect for a special evening. Get ready to make your reservations at the best hotels and restaurants for Valentine’s Day in Jakarta.

From beachfront dinners to spa retreats and unique couple's packages, here are the best Valentine's deals in Bali for lovebirds. And, cherish every moment and create unforgettable memories this Valentine's Day in Surabaya.

On Valentine's Day, what better way to express your love than with chocolates? Check out the best places to get chocolates in Jakarta, Bali, Bandung, and Surabaya.

Whether you're celebrating romance, friendship, or simply want to brighten someone's day, here's a curated list of the best florists in Jakarta, Bali, and Surabaya. Each is ready to add that perfect touch to your Valentine's Day celebration.

There are fantastic dining spots that offer spectacular views and romantic vibes. Just a perfect setting to celebrate Valentine's Day. To help you find the right one, here are the best spots with stunning views in Jakarta, Bali, and Bandung.

Amidst the diverse array of restaurants spanning various cuisines, finding a Greek restaurant can be a delightful challenge in Jakarta. Nestled within the vibrant Senopati area of Jakarta, Yialos Grill & Souvlaki stands proudly as the premier Greek Mediterranean restaurant in Jakarta. Read our full review here and see our reels video here.

For Bali's cultural article this week, we highlight Tumpek Krulut; Bali's Day of Love and Musical Celebration. Read more here.

Good News! Pink Beach on Komodo Island has made it to the list of the 20 best beaches in the world by US-based travel guide Lonely Planet. Click here to read the full story. And, click here to see the full list of 20 of the world's best beaches.

Beginning Feb. 14, 2024, foreign tourists visiting Bali will be required to pay a tourist tax of Rp 150,000 ($10). It is intended to preserve the culture and environment in Bali. Read the full story here.

All that to say, we hope you have a lovely Valentine's Day. Let the warmth of love fill your heart and illuminate your path ahead.

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