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The Dharmawangsa Jakarta Celebrates the Spirit of Independence Month with new August Promotions

This August, from Independence Day celebrations, to weekend brunches, to week day meetings, The Dharmawangsa Jakarta is welcoming new promotions that suit any occasion. 

As one of Jakarta’s most beloved boutique hotels, The Dharmawangsa Jakarta is always thinking of innovative ways to stand out with various promotions throughout the year. This month, they have announced three events and promotions that will surely spike your interest. 

The first celebration is Festival Merah Putih, located at the Pool and Bar Garden. On Saturday, the 24th of August, celebrate Indonesian culture with a plethora of local folk games such as tug of war, balap karung and crackers-eating. Also in the spirit of Indonesia’s 74th birthday, The Dharmawangsa and Bimasena Private Club will feature a wide selection of hand-picked local cuisines to dine on. For more information about Festival Merah Putih or to make a reservation, contact (62-21) 725 8181 ext. 6237.

The Dharmwangsa’s famous Sriwijaya Restaurant also has a few new things to offer, one of which is the Sriwijaya Saturday Brunch. From 11am until 3pm on Saturdays, Executive Chef Felix Budisetiawan presents his signature dish: the tender 200-day Tomahawk steak. This delicious and tender wish is slow-cooked in a smoker, then seared to create a tender seal. This brunch is priced at IDR 695,000++ per person, inclusive of a glass of Negroni and free flow sparkling wine, and is also available throughout the year. 

Sriwijaya also provides some great weekday promotions. Now, they are welcoming a business lunch set menu consisting of two to three courses. This lunch is especially crafted to suit lunch meetings, in a formal yet cozy atmosphere Sriwijaya. To make a reservation at Sriwijaya Restaurant, call (62-21) 725 8181 ext. 6230.