June 01, 2015
A healthy and happy feeling generate chemicals in our brains and body that help to keep us healthy, and when you are feeling happy and healthy, your radiance will shine through in a beautiful way. Who in the world doesn’t want to be all of these at the same time? There are so many ways that can help to increase your positive energy, to enhance that healthy, happy and beautiful state of mind which has positive benefits for us physically as well. One that is so popular right now is by doing yoga. Yoga is an ancient practice with origins stretching back thousands of years in India, which is designed to help you achieve more positive outlook on life, sense of serenity and peace. It’s a fantastic workout that can help you get better sleep quality as well. If you are interested in doing Yoga but don’t know how to start, you can join the Jakarta International Namaste Day Fest at The Sultan Hotel & Residence Jakarta this June 6, 2015. Book our special package to Stay & Healthy, starts from IDR 2.600.000,-net/room /night. So come and enjoy your relaxing days, with the chance to meet new friends from various countries.
May 28, 2015
Jakarta, 28 May 2015 – “Balinese Food & Cultural Festival” will be presented at Lagoon Cafe, The Sultan Hotel & Residence Jakarta from May 28th to June 6th, 2015. This festival will be opened on Thursday May 28th, 2015 by Mr. I Nyoman Sarya, General Manager The Sultan Hotel & Residence Jakarta began with the Press Conference at Cendana Room, Cooking Demo and continued with the Opening Cocktail Party at Lagoon Cafe.
May 13, 2015
The Sultan Hotel & Residence Jakarta proudly presents an exquisite culinary journey during this May. From the authentic Balinese cuisines, pizza with various kinds of topping from Indonesia and Shashlik with delightful taste will be served by our expert Chef at The Sultan Hotel & Residence Jakarta. With concept “Balinese Food and Cultural Festival” on 28 May – 6 June 2015 at Lagoon Cafe, “Pizza Nusantara” on 1 – 30 May 2015 at Lagoon Lounge and “Exotic Shashlik” on 1 – 30 May 2015 at Lagoon Cafe, we make sure that our guest will be pampered with an unforgetable culinary experience.
May 01, 2015
Bali is one of Indonesia’s popular destinations. The beauty of its beaches, culture, people and cuisines has attracted thousands of people from all around the world. When we are talking about Balinese cuisine, we will be brought to imagine the spicy, savory and rich in herbs taste, but did you know the names of Balinese spice and seasonings?
April 22, 2015
Kartini Day is a historic day for Indonesian women where every April 21st people in Indonesia celebrate the birth of great lady R.A. Kartini, one of the Indonesian national heroine and a pioneer in the emancipation of Indonesian women. It’s been over 110 years since Indonesian heroine R.A. Kartini penned her thoughts on the emancipation of women.
April 02, 2015
Indonesia is really rich in culture and ethnic. There are thousands of distinctive and unique traditional dishes spread from Sabang to Merauke. This time, The Sultan Hotel & Residence Jakarta is choosing duck to be its special menu of the month, Bebek Nusantara. These menus might get your mouth watering right now!
April 02, 2015
Dine for FREE at Lagoon Cafe??? YES! This April you can DINE FOR FREE with your beloved one at Lagoon Cafe, ONLY, if you win the #SinggasanaQuiz.
March 26, 2015
The Sultan Hotel & Residence Jakarta participated in Earth hour by doing call-to-act #IniAksiku collaborated with WWF Indonesia and IndoRunners - running community with special theme “Lights Off - Green On - Run for Earth Hour”.
March 19, 2015
For duck lovers who want to enjoy the savory palate of Indonesian duck cuisines enriched with authentic herbs and spices combined with traditional ‘sambal’, now you can find at Lagoon Cafe of The Sultan Hotel & Residence Jakarta this April.
March 03, 2015
Batik has always been and will always be Indonesia's leading heritage. The masterfully painted cloth is known internationally for its unique style and traditional ambiance. But even Batik is not safe from industrilization. Batik, as we and the rest of the world know today may not be the same as it used to be.