This typical Betawi music known as Tanjidor is said to have originated in the Dutch plantations located in the suburbs around Batavia, such as at Depok, Cibinong, Bogor, Bekasi and Tangerang, where local slaves used to play for their Dutch masters. When slavery was abolished in the 19th century, these bands went around busking to earn their living. This tradition of busking continues until today. The European influence is clearly visible from the musical instruments used that include a trumpet, bass, clarinet, cymbal and others. Nowadays, Tanjidor can be found fused with the Malay-origin Gambang Kromong music that include the tambourine, beduk, gendang, kempul and more.
- Oct 30 2013 to Nov 2 2013
The 3rd DESAIN.ID
The exhibition which feature product related to design industry.
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- Dec 29 2013
2013 BETAWI DANCE COMPETITION
Welcoming end year season, Jakarta Tourism and Culture Office (JTCO) held an activity related to Betawi art and cultural performance.
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- Nov 24 2013 to Jan 5 2014
Now Jakarta Christmas City
Let’s enjoy the Jakarta Christmas City at Central Park on Nov 24, 2013–Jan 05, 2014. You can see the giant musical LED Christmas tree, feel the experience snowfall at the biggest Christmas outdoor venue in Jakarta, Indonesian artis musicians and watch the amazing fireworks display by award-winning choreographer, Nick Spitery from Italy.
Don’t miss it, Jakartans! Because it’s a snowy good time for your family!
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As the Kemang area near Kebayoran in South Jakarta is surrounded by homes of foreign diplomats and a highly cosmopolitan community, Kemang has become an urban hangout for the international crowd. Here you will find Fine Dining restaurants serving Italian, Thai, Turkish, American, Japanese, Indonesian cuisine in special surroundings, to popular clubs that stretch out to the outdoors, offering live music in the evening.
At Kemang supermarkets you can find all sorts of foods and ingredients needed for any international cuisine.