Jakarta

Inspiration

Asia’s Best Awards 2022: Indonesia’s Top Hotels, Restaurants, Bars and More

From Bali to Java, beach, jungle and city, your votes have been counted!

Anko, MO Bar

Food & Drink

These Are the 50 Best Bars in Asia for 2022

If you weren’t in Bangkok this week, you missed a really great party.

Claudine Best, New Restaurants in Asia 2022

11 Exciting New Restaurants Across Asia-Pacific We’ll Be Flying in For ASAP in 2022

Bookmark these menus and say bon appetit to your friends lucky enough to live in these cities.

Hotels & Resorts

The T+L Guide to Top-Tier Hotel Openings in Southeast Asia in the Second Half of 2021

We preview 23 of the most outstanding luxury hotels coming to the region.

Food & Drink

Jakarta’s Food Scene is on the Rise

A strong metric for charting regional capitals is by the sophistication of their food scenes. We loosen our belts and makes a case for the heretofore underrated Indonesian metropolis.

Hotels & Resorts

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Experience next-level Indonesian hospitality in marvellous melting-pot Jakarta

There are few places as kinetic as the Indonesian capital, where layers of history mesh with the contemporary, and modern drinking and dining venues are elevating the city’s game—and the most elevated address in town is the new Park Hyatt Jakarta.

the best of 2019; the best of indonesia

Inspiration

The Best New Openings in Indonesia 2019

Gorgeous, locally minded hotels, creative dining, and a beach club that conjures Greece.

Hotels & Resorts

Fairmont Jakarta

The Fairmont Jakarta’s debut added considerable panache to the Indonesian capital. The slick hotel clearly caters to business travelers with its direct subterranean connection to the prominent Senayan Office Towers, which allows busy executives to bypass the city’s notorious traffic jams, and a full 3,500 square meters of function space.

Hotels & Resorts

Hotel Indonesia Kempinski Jakarta

The rooftop pool of the Kempinski Jakarta, complete with surrounding botanical garden, may be one of the best reprieves from the city’s busy streets.