Chinese New Year is an important celebration that symbolizes the beginning of spring and the start of a brand-new year. This year, the Year of the Water Rabbit will fall on Sunday, 22 January. Save yourself the trouble of whipping up a home-cooked feast by booking a table or two at these hotel restaurants.
Chinese New Year is also the right time for giving gifts to express utmost respect and affection. In a hope of a year full of prosperity and auspiciousness, we’ve rounded up the top Chinese New Year Hampers you can get from the best hotels in Jakarta.
If you happen in Bali and Bandung, celebrating the year of the Water Rabbit can also be done in Chinese Restaurants. Here, we save your time by listing some of the must-try Chinese/Asian restaurants in Bali and Bandung.
If you're into feasting for some dim sum like dumplings, spring rolls, chicken feet, hakao, and many more. Here's the list of the best dim sum restaurants in Bali. With those recommendations, we hope they can fulfill your craving for some noodles, roasted ducks, or tasty delicate dumplings.
From being "Sick of Love Songs" to having the "Time of Our Lives", are you ready to see NE-YO Live in Jakarta? Yes. NE-YO is having a live concert in Jakarta this Tuesday, 17 January 2023. Click here for more information.
In flash news, the Provincial Government of DKI Jakarta is planning to implement an Electronic Road Pricing (ERP) policy. DKI Jakarta Transportation Agency has proposed a one-trip tariff, ranging from IDR5,000 to IDR19,900 on selected 25 roads in Jakarta. Click here to read the full story.
To close this newsletter, we want to wish you a cheerful week ahead, stay well, and keep the new year spirit on!