Day-To-Day-Living

Day-To-Day-Living

  • Health & Fitness: Celebrity Fitness, Fitness First, LifeSpa Fitness, etc.
  • Medical Services: International SOS, Global Doctor, Medic One EMS, Rumah Sakit Pondok Indah, etc.
  • Grocery Stores: Hero, Ranch Market, KemChicks, etc.
  • Furniture Shops: Mostly centered around Jl. Kemang Timur Raya and Jl. Ciputat Raya, specializing in teak and rattan furniture.
  • Community Clubs: AWA, ANZA, BWA, SSWA, Nordic Club, Indonesian Heritage Society, Jakarta Players, Jakarta International Community Center, DiscIndo, various business chambers. Also see: http://www.expat.or.id/orgs/community.html.
  • Charities: Various around Jakarta; each community club has their preferred charities, (i.e. The Learning Farm).
  • Schools: JIS, BIS, AIS, NZIS, etc.
  • Utilities: Electricity, water, cable and internet companies, phone lines, etc.
  • Transportation: Private cars, taxis, ojeks, bajaj, busway, etc.
  • Shopping Malls: Various malls around the city.
  • And more… (bars, clubs, kids’ activities, cinemas, spas/beauty salons, etc.) There is never a dull moment in Indonesia.

* Contact the Marketing Team at Asian Tigers Lane Moving & Storage to be included in the next “Get-To-Know Indonesia” Coffee Morning or “Welcome to Indonesia” Cocktail Evening. Newcomers to Jakarta are given an introduction to Indonesia and its culture, dos and don’ts in the country, suggestions on daily activities, as well as some useful tips to enjoy expat living.