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Newsletter: Let the Festive Season Begin with Festive Deals

Newsletter: Let the Festive Season Begin with Festive Deals

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In late November, we are slowly starting to go into festive mode. Whether it's for Thanksgiving, Christmas, or New Year celebrations, everyone surely starts having a plan to celebrate the special occasion.

Let's start with the closest one, Thanksgiving Day. To help you find the perfect place to celebrate, here are the best Thanksgiving deals you can get in Jakarta and Bali.

Celebrate Christmas with delightful offerings from various establishments. Let's start hunting the right place to raise the special occasion as the Christmas deals will start rolling out. Here are the best Christmas brunch and dinner deals in Jakarta and Surabaya. And how to embrace the spirit of Christmas in Bali. We have also curated where to get the best Christmas hampers in Jakarta. Keep on checking our guides as we gradually update the page from time to time.

For Bali, we made a list of the best tea houses on the island, and our cultural feature exploring the spiritual aspect of 'Sanggah'.

For Bandung, we made a list of the top relaxing swimming pools, the best places for brunch, and the best fabric outlets in Bandung.

For Surabaya, we have the best places for Sunday brunch, the best hot pots, and the best nail art salons in Surabaya.

This time, we want to take you overseas. Situated along the vibrant tapestry of Thailand's landscape, COMO Hotels and Resorts unveils a tale of two distinct paradises: COMO Point Yamu and COMO Metropolitan Bangkok. Each enclave exudes its own charm, offering a blend of serenity, luxury, and cultural richness. Click here to find out more.

For travel news, AirAsia airlines will open a new domestic route of Denpasar, Bali-Kupang, NTT beginning on December 16, 2023. The Bali-NTT route will serve three flights a week on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. Click here for the full story.

Meanwhile, Japan to require tuberculosis tests for travelers from 6 countries, including Indonesians. People in those countries will be asked to take TB tests at Japanese government-designated medical institutions before they travel to Japan. Click here for the full story.

With that, we hope you have a great week ahead, and happy Thanksgiving for those who celebrate. May the Thanksgiving bring you good things in abundance that stay with you all year long.

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