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Even after the Eid holiday, the dining scene remains as exciting as it’s always been. This month, a fresh batch of dining spots has opened up, and they're serving up a smorgasbord of culinary delights. Let's dive into the new tables in Jakarta, Bali, Bandung, and Surabaya. Be ready to explore what they have to offer.
Cinco de Mayo is often celebrated in parts of Mexico and in the United States. In Jakarta, we can taste a bit of it by raising a glass of margarita or tequila accompanied by Mexican delicacies. So, we have gathered a few options to celebrate Cinco de Mayo in Jakarta just for you.
The heat is on, and it's no secret that the recent humid weather around Indonesia calls for a refreshing treat. What better way to beat the heat than indulging in some mouth-watering gelato? From ice cream to gelato, here are our favorite icy treat parlors in Jakarta, Bali, and Surabaya to beat the heat.
This time for Hidden Away, we explored the most beloved brunch spot everyone gushing about in South Jakarta. Levant Boulangerie Pâtisserie has been a Jakarta favorite for more than years due to its delectable artisan products all made from natural ingredients. Read our full review here.
For more Bali content, we have listed some of Bali's coolest co-working spaces for digital nomads and Bali's best fitness centers.
In flash news, President Jokowi officially releases the Indonesian contingent for The 2023 SEA Games In Cambodia, targeting more than 69 gold medals. Read the full story here. Five thousand Jakarta E-Prix (Formula E) tickets were sold a month before the race. The event will be on 3 and 4 June 2023. Check how to buy tickets and the schedule here for more information.
The long holiday is over, let's band together our skills and minds for a better set of goals. Have a great week ahead!