Selected Websites for this area
The Jakarta Post
An online service of the largest Indonesian newspaper, The Jakarta Post. The website provides users with the most recent business news headlines, as well as reports, commentaries and opinions.
Launched in 1996, ANTARA news portal provides readers with fast and up-to-date information on business, including stats, reports, export/import headlines and financial market data.
Office Space in Jakarta, Indonesia
Webscout can help you find the perfect serviced office, managed office accommodation or traditional office suite in Jakarta and throughout Indonesia.
This Indonesian manufacturer produces some of the finest antique reproduction furniture and outdoor furniture in the region. Custom order furniture is made from teak wood, mahogany and other wood, in many cases the materials are taken from reforestation source and carefully selected to produce the best quality items.
The site provides research, news and background information about the options for reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation (REDD) in Indonesia.
WWF Indonesia focuses on climate change, forestry, marine and species conservation programmes across various regions of Indonesia.
The East Timor and Indonesia Action Network
The East Timor and Indonesia Action Network (ETAN) is a U.S.-based grassroots organization working in solidarity with the peoples of East Timor and Indonesia. ETAN provides information about, and ways to help, East Timor (Timor-Leste), which was invaded and subjugated by U.S. ally Indonesia in 1975. East Timor finally became independent on May 20, 2002. ETAN educates, organizes, and advocates for justice for historic and ongoing crimes against humanity, war crimes, and human rights violations in East Timor and Indonesia. ETAN supports democratic reconstruction of East Timor. ETAN supports restrictions on military assistance to Indonesia in order to support democracy and justice in both countries.
Green School is a pioneering project promoting sustainability in education. The school is set in the jungle village of Sibang near Ubud in Bali, Indonesia, with the goal of having minimal impact on the land.
Universitas Indonesia (UI)
Universitas Indonesia (UI) is a modern, comprehensive, open-minded, multi-culture, and humanism educational centre in the capital of Indonesia.
Indonesian Institute of Sciences
The Indonesian Institute of Sciences is the governmental authority for science and research in Indonesia.
Bali Institute for Global Renewal
Bali Institute for Global Renewal (BIGR) is the first world learning center that engages multicultural leadership and facilitation training, deep dialogue, indigenous wisdom, global consciousness, intergenerational activism and other action-oriented skills and training. BIGR includes a consortium of international organisations, corporations, NGOs, universities, thought leaders and consultants, and offers a range of programs, workshops, events and conferences.
The National Museum of Indonesia
The National Museum of Indonesia is an archaeological, historical, ethnological, and geographical museum located in Jakarta.
The Indonesia Institute of the Arts provides a wide variety of educational courses and programmes, including painting, sculpture, batik tenun textile, ceramics and photography.
Indonesia Tourism Official Website
Official website for the Indonesia Tourism industry featuring articles and information on Indonesian history, art, cuisine, must-see objects and location, as well as general travel guides.
One of Indonesia's leading tourism sites, Indonesia OK! covers a wide range of topics, such as climate, dress code, health precautions, shopping, sightseeing, transportation, culture and much more.
Joe's Gone Diving
Joe's Gone Diving is a Dutch-owned dive center in Sanur, Bali. Joe's Gone Diving can arrange all your daily scuba diving trips, dive safaris and PADI courses on Bali for you. Joe's Gone Diving likes you to get more out your dives on Bali and make your time off relaxing and fun.
News and features presented by the Jakarta City Administration and dedicated to promoting tourism in the capital city of Indonesia.
Puri Lumbung Cottages
Eco-tourism cottages set in heritage Indonesian rice paddy houses near the village of Munduk.
Luxury villa for rent with stunning views over the Balinese sea. Located only a 15 minute drive from Lovina, the villa can accommodate up to 10 people, while a team of professional staff provides a range of services such as cooking, cleaning, laundry, and shopping.
Pak Oles Resort Bali
A resort in natural settings near Munduk village which allows visitors to experience traditional Balinese village life.