Category: Sports/Health

The Expat Golfer

The Expat Golfer

Welcome to the first instalment of “The Expat Golfer”. Each month we will explore the wonderful golf scene here in Jakarta and throughout Indonesia. This series will...

3 Runners at KDM

Run for Fun, Run for the Kids

Running to some frees the mind and to others is a painful chore best avoided. Running on a treadmill indoors however, can take the pleasure away from even the most...

An Oasis Sans Men

Ladies, how often do you get to pamper yourselves with a massage or manicure and come away feeling truly unwound? I sometimes find that when I do go to a spa and have a...

Bali Highs – Down to Up in Ubud!

Tired of Working?  Wanting to Escape to Bali? This article explores the underlying traps of these two thoughts – and offers a new approach to avoid some common...

Indonesian Expat 8 Ball Doubles Championship

They take their pool very seriously in Jakarta. Most evenings in many bars across the city you will find small groups huddled round tables of varying quality, either...

Vasco Canto Moniz

Olá Vasco Canto Moniz! The professional show jumper from Portugal who spends his free time surfing, travelling and hitting a few rounds of golf. Where do you come from?...

Embraced by Bali

In mask-like face make-up and brightly coloured costume with the swingy cape and gold crown of a king – a young guy swings his leg over the seat of his motorbike and...

Mark Lediard

The Busy Jakartan’s Guide to Better Health and Fitness

Can you use some scientifically sound shortcuts to fitness, weight loss and stress management that apply to our unique Jakartan existence? Probably, since many of us are...

Tee Off More

The Long Par 5 Hole #11 At Sentul Highlands, photo by Dennis G. Kloeth Jakarta is probably one of Asia’s best golf destinations and certainly when judged from the...

Chris Cromarty

Hi Chris Cromarty. The Canadian Aerial Surveyor whose release is getting mean on the ice rink. Chris from Canada, I had no idea people were playing ice hockey in...

The Jakarta Belly Syndrome

A few days ago, as I was in the clinic practicing like usual when a patient of mine – Priti – walked in and said, “I think I have Jakarta Belly Syndrome.” It...

Run, Scott, Run !

1,250 kilometres in 25 days, from Bali to Jakarta, running through the sweltering 32 degree Equatorial heat and 75% humidity, dodging trans-Java buses, trucks and...

Yoga : Where Do I Begin?

So it just dawned upon you that it is now 2012, and you have procrastinated a resolution of “doing sports regularly” for (yet) another year ; something you told...

Jakarta on a clean air pollution day

Jakarta Air Pollution: Not all Doom, Gloom & Catastrophe!

In 1994 there were an estimated 1.38 million vehicles (cars, motorcycles, lorries and buses) in Jakarta; 27 years later in 2011 the total number of vehicles is estimated...

Education Guide 2017

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