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Moving to Indonesia (Part 6) – Familiarization

Plan a Familiarization Trip Hidupid - Expats who intend to reside in Indonesia for extended periods need an opportunity to explore alternatives for schooling as well as to better acquaint themselves with the living conditions, lifestyle and the availability of local services and goods. You may use relocation services if you don’t have personal resources to set up a well-organized...

10 Fine Dining Spots in Jakarta

Hidupid - Whether you’re looking for a restaurant to enjoy a romantic evening, celebrate with friends and family or hold a business lunch, fine dining restaurants can add that extra touch of class as you enjoy authentic dishes from around the world. Keep reading to explore our top ten fine dining restaurants in Jakarta. Bandar Jakarta This restaurant embraces the coastal geography of Jakarta...

A simple Guide for Expats in Bali

Hidupid - Bali is home to approximately three million people. It is famous for its scenic beauty, dynamic culture and friendly people. Bali is surrounded by beautiful, sandy beaches, awesome landscape and cultural diversity. Bali is also known as the Morning of the World, Island of the Gods, Ultimate Island, and Last Paradise on Earth. Although housing and resort developments are seen ‘popping-up’...

Exotic Restaurants in Jakarta

Hidupid - Jakarta is home to a wide range of cuisines. You can almost literally find whatever food from across the world in this city. But of course, you can’t try them all at once, so we've compiled a list of some we think should be at the top of your list to try: Amuz Gourmet Restaurant This restaurant offers you a complete Parisian fine dining experience in Jakarta’s central hub. You can...

Big Meals for Little Dough in Jakarta

Hidupid - What if you want to enjoy some good food, but you feel too lazy to cook, and are also worried about your bank account status? Jakarta can be an expensive city, but that doesn’t mean it’s impossible to find an affordable place to eat. Here are some great places worth checking out; Sushi Tei This place has a reasonably priced sushi with all you can drink ocha for free. The...

The City of Surabaya

Hidupid - Surabaya is one of the three biggest cities in Indonesia after Jakarta and Bandung and all are significant contributors to the country's economy.  The lifestyle of the people between these three cities is not much different. The lifestyle of the people between these three cities will not be much different. Young children here are open to new ideas and changes in the world and usually...

The City of Yogyakarta

Hidupid - Yogyakarta is a Special Region famous for its student population, as many educational institutions and students are found here. Despite the significant number of students, Javanese custom is still present coexisting with modern life. This region is still under the great Sultanate, making Yogyakarta a special area with a unique mix between older and contemporary culture. The cost of living...

Diverse Dining in Jakarta

Hidupid - What CAN you get from Jakarta, a city of traffic jams? Well, What CAN’T you get from Jakarta? There is almost everything for you in Jakarta. Name it, and you’ll find it, and enjoy it. And if you’re hungry, look around. There are plenty of places to eat..here are some trendy options that we recommend; Honu CentralGood news for all you who like poke bowls. Honu Central is a place that...

Deciding Where to Live in Bali

Hidupid - Location will be one of the biggest factors in determining the price of your new humble abode. Luckily, Bali is an extremely diverse island while at the same time keeping many constants throughout the island. To live anywhere in the Kuta, Legian or Seminyak strip you will be paying a premium price for the location, but you will also be close to nightlife, nice restaurants, and other...

The City of Makassar

Hidupid - Makassar is a large metropolitan city in eastern Indonesia, and the dominant tribe in this city is the Bugis tribe who are firm and loyal to people they trust and love. Makassar is the capital city of South Sulawesi and is well-known for its hard-working and loyal community. The choice of clothing amongst locals usually incorporate bright colors like red, green, yellow. In the past, people were...

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