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Newsletter: Viral Desserts Edition: The Best Crookies, Milk Buns, and Matcha Desserts

Newsletter: Viral Desserts Edition: The Best Crookies, Milk Buns, and Matcha Desserts

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If you're craving the latest dessert sensation in Jakarta, look no further than the irresistible milk bun and crookie. Both desserts quickly become the talk of the town. Milk bun, this fluffy, milky delight has taken the city by storm, offering a creamy indulgence that's worth every bite. Meanwhile, crookie is unique creation combines the flakiness of a croissant with the indulgence of chocolate chip cookies. To feed your curiosity, here are some of the best spots to get the best milk buns and crookies in Jakarta.

Matcha too. It started the trend earlier but it keeps maintaining popularity among the new wave of new dessert trends. And here you have it, the list of the best places to enjoy the best matcha desserts in Jakarta. And don't forget to read the best places to get cromboloni in Jakarta.

You may want to check our recommendation for the best dessert shops and best spots to get gelato in Bali. Bandung's dessert scene has something for every sweet enthusiast. Here are the best dessert shops in Bandung you need to check out.

South Jakarta is a vibrant hub of culinary diversity, continually unveiling enticing eateries worth exploring. Among its recent sensations is Warung Pak Chandra. This establishment has quickly captured the attention of food enthusiasts. Read our monthly hidden away featuring Warung Pak Chandra here.

This Sunday, Rundarlings and Pullman Jakarta Central Park present Sundaze Stride. Enjoy the fun run and refreshing pool side breakfast plus many exciting games, entertainments and doorprizes. Click here to register.

For Bali, we have a luxury and leisure guide in Nusa Dua, Bali. And then we have the best surfing spots and the best nasi tempong you can find in Bali. For the cultural article we highlight Birth Hereditary: Understanding the Significance of the Balinese Otonan Ceremony. Read the full article here.

For Surabaya, we have the best rooftop spots and the best cafes on Tunjungan Street Surabaya.

In the flash news, the Indonesia government will introduce a new design for Indonesian passports on August 17 2024. This is to replace the design to strengthen the security system for immigration documents so that they are not easily forged. Read the full story here.

Indonesian citizens planning air travel routes through Middle Eastern airspace or transit airports are urged to anticipate flight schedule disruptions. This is due to the recent conflict between Iran and Israel. Read the full story here.

Let's harness the energy from our rejuvenating holiday and march forward with determination towards the realization of our goals.

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