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In many big cities in Indonesia, nightlife activities run the gamut of extraordinary parties and entertainment. This week, we highlight the vibrant and varied nightlife scenes in Jakarta, Bali, Surabaya, and Bandung. 

In Jakarta, we have made Jakarta’s best clubbing and party places guide just for you. And, then we’ve updated the list of best bars and rooftop bars in Jakarta. If you want to go sing-along to a live performance, we’ve got you. We also have updated the best places to enjoy live music in Jakarta.

In Jakarta, if you are looking for organic, vegan-friendly, or even gluten-free groceries, this is your safe haven. Growell Whole Foods Pondok Indah just opened with a larger space and more various products and features. Click here to read the article.

There’s no doubt that Bali’s a haven for partying all week long. The island is packed with clubs for different kinds of crowds, parties, and music. So, we picked out some of the best places to party in Bali. Or, if you prefer hanging out at Bali’s fabulous beach clubs, we have provided a complete beach clubs guide, sorted by area for you.

Bandung and Surabaya also don’t want to be left behind. Read our guides for the best bars and the best hidden bars in Bandung. In Surabaya, if you need to blow off some serious steam with an all-night party, here’s our list of the best nightclubs there.

Speaking of parties, you can also make your night out memorable by attending music concerts. In a few months, We The Fest 2022 in Jakarta and Playlist Live Festival 2.0 in Bandung will happen. Don’t forget to save the date and reserve your spot for it.

Meanwhile, Indonesia urged tech companies to register under new licensing rules or run the risk of having their platforms blocked. This list includes Google, Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp which are yet to comply days out from July 20 deadline. Click here for the story.

WitWith this newsletter, we hope you have a great week ahead. Stay safe and stay well!