Back on the brunch bandwagon after a brief respite from Jakarta, I was keen to try a new tasty treat this Saturday as I caught up with friends.
Jakarta isn’t really that tourist friendly, so to help others who might be at a loss with what to do with fly-in, fly-out tourists, I’ve decided to blog together a brief itinerary of Jakarta in 3 days.
Jakarta is home to so many rooftop bars but unless you own a helicopter, many of them are virtually impossible to spot. We were lucky enough to stumble across FJ on 7 on one of our first nights in Jakarta
After a failed attempt at a quiet night at the movies on Friday, we somehow found ourselves on the eighth floor of the seriously trendy Awan lounge, sipping cocktails and overlooking the city-scape
Where Jakarta meets the sea, Dunia Fantasi is one of the city’s biggest theme parks, featuring over 30 rides and attractions. Being the thrill-seekers that we are, when some friends from Jogja came to visit we couldn’t pass up the opportunity to check it out
I like sushi and sashimi, and there’s nothing quite as satisfying as a DYI shabo shabo, but when my fiancé and I stumbled into a Japanese food-lovers paradise in Block M on Friday night, we didn’t even know where to begin.