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Newsletter: Join Friends of What's New Jakarta Fun Meet-up at Warung Turki | The Best Coworking Spaces

Newsletter: Join Friends of What's New Jakarta Fun Meet-up at Warung Turki | The Best Coworking Spaces

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Many big cities in Indonesia have become vibrant hubs for digital nomads and remote workers seeking a dynamic work environment. The city's coworking spaces offer the perfect blend of convenience, community, and creativity. Here, we have the list of top coworking spaces to accommodate your daily hustle in Jakarta, Bali, Bandung, and Surabaya.

For digital nomads, working in coffee shops is not only practical but also inspiring. To help you find the perfect spot, we've curated a list of the best coffee shops in Jakarta and Bali.

If you're in Bandung, here are the recommended coffee shops in Dago, Ciumbuleuit, and around Bahureksa Street. For Surabaya, here are the recommended coffee shops in East Surabaya, West Surabaya, South Surabaya, and Central Surabaya.

For Bali's cultural article, this week, we highlight Myth of The Evergreen: Bunut Bolong Sacred Tree. This remarkable tree, with a large hole at its base serving as a roadway, stands as a testament to the island's spiritual and historical significance. Read more here.

On Friday, 31st of May, join us for an exclusive evening of networking and fun at the Friends of What's New Jakarta Fun Meet-Up at Warung Turki! Indulge in a night filled with business connections, new friendships, and delightful moments. This event welcomes both locals and expats for an unforgettable experience. Click here for the full information.

JW Marriott Hotel Surabaya is delighted to unveil an exceptional "Wellness Retreat" in partnership with COMO Shambhala Estate on June 8th and 9th 2024. This exclusive event promises a transformative journey towards rejuvenation and well-being, coinciding with the celebration of Global Wellness Day. Read more here for more information and how to join the event.

President Joko Widodo Sunday (05/19) hosted a Welcoming Gala Dinner of the 10th World Water Forum (WWF) at Garuda Wisnu Kencana cultural park in Bali. Under the theme of “Water for Shared Prosperity”, all guests consisting of 2,300 invitees were accompanied by music and dance performances showcasing traditional Indonesian culture. Read more here. And you can watch the Welcoming Dinner The 10th World Water Forum full video here.

Meanwhile, tech billionaire Elon Musk landed on Sunday in Bali where he aims to launch his Starlink service. The government expected that the program could help people across the country gain better, equal access to health and education. Read more here.

And with that, we hope you have a productive and restful week ahead. Stay well and keep your spirits high.

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