Coffee In Jakarta by @reinaldo_k
Jakarta, the 11th largest city in the world, is the heart of Indonesia. An unbelievably hectic and busy city with a heart-warming atmosphere. As it turns out, New York isn’t the only city that never sleeps. After a buzzing weekend of good eats and great coffee, we say thank you to @reinaldo_k for the caffeine high.
“For me, #finditliveit are not just words or a hashtag, but more about a lifestyle, characters, and habits. How can we apply such things in our life? Find something remarkable and discover the undiscovered. You’ll find that sometimes common objects around us or even our monotonous daily life are actually something fascinating to be shared with the community. This is my kind of #finditliveit. I’m always tied up with my camera, capturing a moment to stay. – @reinaldo_k
A Festival about Coffee is a coffee exhibition and seminar that was held on August 23rd – 24th at Lotte Shopping Avenue in Kuningan, South Jakarta. From unique mugs, coffee machines, to latte art class, you name it, all at one place.
Many leisure and enjoyable activities can be found in Ancol Dreamland, and you should also go to some beautiful isles at Thousand islands, approximately 3-4 hours by boat.
This place is definetly my favorite coffeeshop. One fifteenth is a realy nice coffeeshop located in Gandaria area, South Jakarta. Its minimalis architecture and wooden interior suits perfectly with the coffee tone. And you should also try its churros with chocolate and ice cream, the best!
Let me introduce you to another coffee shop in town, Common Grounds. Located at Citywalk Sudirman, it brews good coffee and serves appetizing meals. You should try its egg benedict accompanied with hot cup of espresso based, perfect brunch!
Welcome to We The Fest 2014! The hippest summer music Festival featuring Ellie Goulding, BANKS, Goldroom, RAC, Miami Horror, Mayer Hawthrone, Azealia Banks, Havana Brown and many more.
Photos by MAP trailbazer, @renialdo_k