Lovers of vinyl, books, upcycled items and rare collectables will feel at home at SUBO. Only open by appointment, SUBO is a quirky hideout that would bait the old-school enthusiasts to slow down in their intimate, living room-like space.
From music and dramas to culinary and beauty, the spread of Korean culture has been shaping the lifestyle of many Indonesians and it’s a force that shows no signs of slowing down.
With the mission to empower local farmers and artisans, the lush Lewi’s Organics in Bintaro is all about sustaining a conscious shopping experience through their catalogue of locally sourced products that stretch from organic snacks, handicrafts to potted leaves.
They scour the streets of Jakarta toting a large bamboo basket carrying Indonesia's best of nature: jamu. As micro sellers of the traditional herbal elixir, Mbok Jamu are walking pearls of wisdom and cape-less heroes fighting the pandemic with the common folks, one cup at a time.
At the dawn of his debut album ‘Amateur’, Mikha Angelo unveils the thrills of becoming a soloist, his memories of music and keeping it authentic in a demand-driven industry.
For the offbeat figurines Chan and Feliciæ, having cats nestled inside their bodies is a trick and treat they happily divulge as felinists of The Balletcats we selected for this round of Manual Pick, a series where we highlight items we love and desire that range from remarkably banal to mucho fancy.