Best Places to Sip Coffee in Jakarta #10

Dear AJB Readers Today marks our final blog post and what better way to wrap things up than over coffee!  Can you believe we have written more that 220 blog posts these past 5 years, of which 10 have been dedicated purely to Jakarta-based coffee shops. Our story today delivers you a further six fantastic places to sip your favourite brew, all of Continue Reading

Green Spaces #6 – Jakarta’s Historic Taman Lapangan Banteng

When my family arrived in Jakarta in late 2013 one of my most immediate priorities was to find a park near our new neighbourhood of Kemang in South Jakarta. Coming from an area in Melbourne known as ‘the green wedge', we were accustomed to having easy access to green spaces such as parks and good ol' Aussie bushland. Hence identifying a nearby open space Continue Reading

Jakarta to Yogyakarta by Train : & The Story of Rice

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In todays post I take you on a journey of discovering how rice is grown and harvested in Central Java; with my best attempts to take photos from the window of my train to Yogyakarta, and the help of eight knowledgable Indonesians who captioned all of the photos 'About Rice' and the important features of 'Gambir Station' where my train departed from. As Continue Reading

Chris Bunjamin: Acclaimed Photographer |Active Observer

Pubumesu campaign shot at Chinatown, Jakarta (*all of the following images are by Chris Bunjamin Studio unless otherwise stated) In today’s AJB blog post we interview acclaimed Jakarta-based freelance photographer Chris Bunjamin. Having spent a considerable amount of time living overseas, Chris returned to Jakarta in 2010 to establish his studio in Continue Reading