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Newsletter: Best Venues to Party | Join What's New Jakarta’s Fun Meet-Up at Chao Chao

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The neighborhood of Gunawarman, SCBD, Senopati is more exuberant every time the sun sets. The nightlife scene is in full swing with the city's hottest spots packed with great music and full of energy crowds. Here are our favorite party places in the SCBD area, along with the hub of the Gunawarman - Senopati area.

There’s no doubt that Bali’s a haven for partying all week long; the island is packed with clubs for different kinds of crowds, parties, and music. Here are the best places to party in Bali to get you pumping all night long. Spoil your senses and elevate your beachside experience as we unveil a carefully curated list of Bali's most coveted adult-oriented beach clubs.

Located on the vibrant and evolving Seminyak beachfront in Bali, SugarSand is an eclectic dining venue serving flavorful dishes and drinks in a cozy ambiance. Read our full review here

Unveiling the gateway to a world of holistic wellness, COMO Shambhala Estate emerges as a true oasis of serenity, where body, mind, and soul converge in perfect harmony. Read our full review here.

BOEMI Botanicals provides a space of choice for lovers of body care products based on natural ingredients, grown and raised in Bali. Find out more here.

Bandung is no exception, From a street-side bar to a speakeasy bar, we've got you covered with our top list of the best bars in Braga. And we also add the best Japanese restaurants in Bandung for those who crave some Japanese delicacies.

Next week, you are cordially invited to our 1st Friends of What's New Jakarta Fun Meet-Up at Chāo Cháo. This is an opportunity for business networking, making new friends, and having a great time. The event is open to locals and expats alike so please join the event and feel the fun! Register here.

For flash news, Indonesia’s aviation industry continues to recover as passenger figures have reached 80 percent of the pre-pandemic level. According to the Indonesian National Air Carriers Association (INACA), the airlines are confident about the demand trajectory after air travel picked up rapidly. Read the full story here.

With great things in mind, may you keep inspiring each other and have a great week ahead!

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