Diageo’s Responsible Drinking Campaigns in Full Swing as Alcohol Ban Haunts

Diageo focuses on responsible drinking campaigns while the House of Representatives weighs in on banning alcoholic beverages.

#LIFESTYLE

Jadipandai Provides ‘Entertaining’ Learning Platform

The platform is founded on an idea that education should be available for every element of the society.

NOVEMBER 28 #EDUCATION

The Chosen Ones: Dieng's Dreadlock-Haired Children

These children are believed to be the descendants of Kyai Kolodete, a clan leader of the semi-mythological kingdom Medang Kamulan.

NOVEMBER 21 #EYEWITNESS

National Gallery Exhibits Works of Unorthodox Artist Affandi

Affandi is famous for his unorthodox style and “honest approach” in mirroring the real circumstance facing the society around him.

NOVEMBER 11 #EYEWITNESS

More Restaurants Serve Comfort Food in These Stressful Times

Restaurants try to accomodate what the people need at home through comfort food and a more practical serving.

NOVEMBER 07 #LIFESTYLE

Pura Luhur Uluwatu Reopens Under Strict Health Protocols

Visitors, guards as well as pilgrims must abide by the health protocols when entering the temple.

OCTOBER 31 #EYEWITNESS

Bali Tourism Struggles to Survive during Pandemic

The tourism sector accounts for around 80 percent of the province’s revenue sources.

OCTOBER 27 #TRAVEL

VISION

Students Join Climate Crisis Protest in Jakarta

Environmental activists, students and children joined the "Asia Climate Rally" againts climate crisis in in front of the Jakarta City Hall

#EYEWITNESS

Students Join Climate Crisis Protest in Jakarta

Environmental activists, students and children joined the "Asia Climate Rally" againts climate crisis in in front of the Jakarta City Hall

November 29 #EYEWITNESS

Global Dive Community Shares Insights into Business Survival

Global dive business almost shuts entirely as 95 percent of destinations close their borders, including Indonesia

OCTOBER 14 #TRAVEL

Indonesia-Singapore Travel Corridor to Open for Applications in Two Weeks

The corridor allows essential business and official travel between the two countries to resume amid the Covid-19 pandemic. 

OCTOBER 12 #TRAVEL

Pandemic Hits Bali's Tourism Harder than the 2002 Attacks

Severe economic impacts from the coronavirus pandemic gave no time for Balinese to remember the deadly bombings 18 years ago.

OCTOBER 12 #TRAVEL

Indonesia Adopts Guidelines to Make Dive Safer During Pandemic

The guidelines take advices from Divers Alert Network, a global organization with 2 million members.

OCTOBER 03 #TRAVEL

Parents, Teachers Urged to Improve Children's Nutrition Literacy

Parents and teachers should play an active role in instilling good eating habits in children.

SEPTEMBER 28 #HEALTH

Safe Travels: GrabCar Protect Now Available in Jayapura

People in Jayapura can now book for the plastic-partitioned online taxis.

SEPTEMBER 25 #CORPORATE NEWS

Jakarta Drops to 94th in Global Smart City Index

Two Vietnamese cities Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi are ranked higher than Jakarta.

SEPTEMBER 17 #WELFARE

Pandemic Causes People to Make Healthier Shopping Choices

Nutrient-rich drinks such as milk and yogurt are among the most searched items.

AUGUST 31 #HEALTH

Jakarta Allows Movie Theaters to Reopen Soon to Make People Happy

Movie theaters have a slight risk of spreading Covid-19 disease but can increase people's happiness and immunity, the officials argue.

AUGUST 26 #POLICY

Another U-Turn: Jakarta Postpones Reopening of Cinemas Again

The decision was announced only hours after a senior official said movie theaters can restart businesses.

AUGUST 21 #LIFESTYLE

Jakarta Fashion Hub to Unlock Fashion and Textile Potentials

The collaborative space to allow fashion enthusiasts to channel creativity, develop innovative new designs.

AUGUST 21 #FASHION

Civil Servants to Enjoy Many Long Weekends Until End of Year

The first long weekend will start on Thursday and last for four days.

AUGUST 19 #TRAVEL

Tourists from Five Countries Willing to Visit Indonesia Once Borders Reopen

The number of international tourists visiting Indonesia plunged by 87 percent in the second quarter.

AUGUST 06 #TRAVEL