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Indonesia Expat June Mixer: Mingling in a Captivating Vibe

Indonesia Expat June Mixer

The fourth Indonesia Expat mixer, held on June 26 was a superb event, filled with fun, drinks, and food.

It was held at Mamma Rosy in Kemang, South Jakarta, a cosy restaurant that welcomed the 150 guests. In attendance was a mix of Indonesians and expats from all over the world, there was plenty of chat, networking, and general mingling

The music was playing, the food and wine was flowing, and the night was ripe to be enjoyed. Plaga was gracious in supplying the wine for the event, providing useful social lubrication.

Great conversation, tasty food, great music; all were part of the mix so guests could feel at ease as they got to know people from their local communities. The Expat Mixer is offered to give people a chance to meet like minded folk and hopefully make new friends and business contacts, as well as get away from the bustle of city life.

Traditions don’t have to be old to be worthy of repeat, so the convention of having Lucky Dip competition was observed. Great prizes were on off and to take part attendees just needed to add their business card to the fishbowl at the entrance, and either complete an event survey or upload an Instagram picture with hastags #indonesiaexpat and #indonesiaexpatmixer, so that they were in the draw. The roster of prizes was two vouchers worth of Rp1 million each at beauty salon Dandelion, and vouchers for a one-night stay at The Sultan Hotel and Residences, Century Park Hotel, and Aston Priority Simatupang.

More events are in the pipeline, ready to bring you welcome distractions. The next event will be announced soon, make sure to follow us on Instagram and Facebook to be in the know. The events are free, but they get busy fast so it’s best to make a reservation to guarantee you won’t be left out in the heat!

See: Harmony Under the Full Moon: Indonesia Expat March Mixer

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