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Discotheque yang dah lama gw say goodbye


Alila Hotel, Jl. Pecenogan 7-17, Kota

Cool minimalist club set on the southern edge of Kota in the basement of the Alila Hotel. Frequently hosts wicked fashion shows for both the boys and girls. Rarely packed but has solid switched-on middle-class local following. Only open Thursday through Saturday, great food at the Buzz Café in the hotel upstairs.


Pan-Pacific Hotel, Jl. Thamrin No. 6, Central Jakarta

In front of the Sari Pacific at the former location of “Pit-Stop”. If you love classic 80's disco, then this is the club for you, although they also feature modern house and RnB. Swank middle-aged up-market Chinese/Pre-Bumi Indonesian crowd, virtually zero sleaze factor.


Dharmawangsa Square , Jl. Dharmawangsa, Kemang

Jakarta 's newest club. It's the only major disco in South Jakarta , and the only club committed to featuring international DJ talent nearly every weekend. Its a bunker-like underground set-up with a great sound system and an up-market local and growing expat crew. The club is just starting to make big waves on the Jakarta scene.


Taman Ria, East Bldg. 704, Senayan

Trendy progressive music nightclub, very popular with Jakarta 's top socialites and celebrities. Has three rooms: the intimate basement CO2 for pumped-up committed tribal clubbers; the 2-story Main Room with lower dance floor and upper-floor full of reserved alcoves for chattering luminaries; and the unfortunately rarely open Oxygen rooftop bar that has a surreal backdrop of Jakarta and a huge Ferris Wheel. Busiest from 11pm to 4am.


Wisma GKB1, Jl. Jend. Sudirman, Kav.28, Semanggi

Relatively new club/disco/restaurant with hard-to-find entrance behind the GKB-1 Building at the Semanggi overpass. It's a gothic-themed underground set-up with macabre murals, a great international restaurant, early evening mellow jazz-rock live music, and a dungeon-like progressive house disco that fires-up after midnight .


Hotel Borobudur, East Wing, Jl. Lapangan Banteng Selatan

The Mercedes-class “happy hard house” club located at the other end of the Borobudur Hotel. A large dark club with devoted following of up-market and more mature local clubbers, plus a few westerners and some eager to please ladies.


Menara Imperium Kav. 1, 36th Floor, Jl. Rasuna Said, Kuningan

Interesting skyscraper-top venue with a lower-floor house music disco and an upper-floor live music room featuring top 40's and local pop from various Indonesian outfits. Has a very devoted but sort of cliquey up-market Chinese Indonesian crowd.


Jl. Tanah Abang Timur, No.18, Central Jakarta

The Tanamur's sister-club next door – features 2 floors, an outdoor party garden, pool tables, pretty good food; plus plenty of smiling long-legged hussies. A popular hot spot for expats and foreign travelers.


Jl. Melawai, next door to Hotel Melawai, Block M

The infamous Pak Karno, the K-Bar and the Tambora Hotel may be long gone, but their spirit lives on at the Lintas Melawai – the final depository of all the drunken westerners and wayward girls left wandering around Block M from 2am to 5am .


Wisma Metropolitan II, 16th Floor, Jl. Sudirman Kav 31, Semanggi

A highflying skyscraper bar with a spectacular view of Jakarta and some pretty good RnB and hip-hop music spun by local DJs. Hugely popular with middle to upper class college-age Indonesians who want nothing more than to drink, dance and just have a good time.


Plaza Gajah Mada, Jl. Gajah Mada No. 19-26, Kota

Jakarta 's largest one-room disco and the premier “happy hard house” music venue. It also boasts the city's largest and loudest sound-system, a massive dance hall and anywhere from 1000-3000 head-shaking hard house fans virtually every night of the week. Worth checking out just for the sensory overload. Don't forget your earplugs!


Gran Mahakam Jl. Mahahkam 1 No. 6 Jakarta

Stylish venue just opened in January and is already making a big impression on the night scene. The first level with its large comfy sofas is more a place to chill out with friends or do some romancing, while the lower level houses the DJ's, which packs them in on weekends both dancing and socializing. Crowd is mainly up-market Indonesian's with a good mixture of westerners.


Hotel Borobudur, West Wing, Jl. Lapangan Banteng Selatan

Smaller 1-room, 2-story club with a great up-market mixture of locals and expats and quality progressive house/trance. The Musro scene sort of fits right in the middle between Stadium and Embassy – not as crazy as the former, but less trendy than the latter. At Musro, it's all about the music! Best from 12pm to 4am .


Crown Plaza Hotel, Jl. Gatot Subroto Kav. 2-3, Semanggi

One of the most popular Central Jakarta dance-spots, prime time's around 1am to 4am, after all the nearby hotel live music bars shut down. One of the most diverse and fun crowds in town with a great balance of westerners, locals and some naughty bits as well.


Jl. Hayam Wuruk No. 111, Kota

Jakarta 's premier progressive/tribal venue for hardcore clubbers. Hosts three floors of DJs on weekends, plus massage parlors, private karaoke rooms, two live music cabarets, gaming room and not-so-hot restaurant. Open non-stop from Friday until 10am Monday, it is Jakarta 's only 24-hour club.


Jl. Tanah Abang Timur, No.14, Central Jakarta

The great grand-lady of Jakarta discotheques that's been continually reinventing herself since 1970. Recent indications are that the lady has finally been tamed but she still occasionally fires on weekends with wicked catwalk-prancing dancers, a great male to female ratio - and a great male to male ratio for the more cheerfully inclined.

1001 CLUB

Hayam Wuruk Plaza , 4th Floor, Jl. Hayam Wuruk No. 108, Kota

In the building right next door to Stadium, its a high-class pleasure palace with a “happy hard house” disco, snazzy 24-hour restaurant, plus a massive multi-floored executive club stocked full of beautiful and hotly-dressed multi-national escorts (including a few Russians).

Bars N Club

bars n club


Club Rasuna, Jl. Rasuna Said, Kav. C-22, Kuningan

Bar, restaurant and pool parlor within the Taman Rasuna health club. One of the more popular after-work watering holes for many of Jakarta’s expats and quite a few clued-in Indonesians as well. A great place to take your wife or girlfriend. Has enormous varied menu with great food.


Lot 14 Sudirman Central Business Center, Jl. Sudirman Kav. 52-53

Features a small sports-oriented bar, a larger cushier lounge with quality artwork and slick garage/down-tempo music. A great place to relax, grab a bite and have a couple of quiet drinks with friends in comfortable surroundings.


Menara Bank Danamon, 29th Floor, Jl. Prof. Dr. Satrio, Kav. E IV/6, Kuningan

Pricey but excellent nouveau sushi restaurant below; slick hip cocktail lounge/wine bar above. The place where half the trendy up-market Indonesian crew go for early evenings prior to hitting Embassy after midnight . Quite a few westerners go there as well.


Taman Ria Senayan, Jl. Gerbang Pemuda No. 3

Name is short for “bule gila” (i.e. crazy white foreigner). A small cozy pub extremely popular with the long-term expats of Jakarta . Has a pool table, big screen TV, good pub menu and some of the spunkiest and most fun-loving waitresses in town.


Plaza Gani Djemat, Jl. Imam Bonjol 76-78, Central Jakarta

L-shaped wine bar/pub with sunken main area and bowling alley-wide extension. Great central location, nice after-work/early evening spot, popular amongst Jakarta 's western journalists.


Jl. Hasanuddin No. 60, Block M

The oldest bar in Block M, used to be located a few doors down. Great set of pool tables, some of the same antique bar girls that have been there for 20 years, only now they make money by giving back massages for a few bucks while you're sipping a beer on your barstool.


Jl. Falatehan I, No. 1C Block M

The most popular Block M bar at the moment. The downstairs is packed full of expat regulars during happy hour. Later on, during the nightly dance competition and lady's lucky draw, the second floor overflows with bar chicks and westerners looking for company. Open until 2am weeknights, 3am on weekends


Kinara building, Jl. Kemang Raya 78B

Moroccan influenced lounge bar with a large central bar, a cozy sofa area to relax and couple of pool tables to fill in the evening. Popular after work venue for expats and the couples crowd later on. A great place to start your night before dining upstairs at Kinara or one of the many other restaurants in the street.


Sari Pan-Pacific Hotel, Jl. Thamrin No. 6, Central Jakarta

Traditional Irish pub on the ground floor of a 4-star hotel, British style pub food and friendly waitresses. Popular with business travelers and the expats and Indonesians who work nearby.


Jl. Fatmawati, Cilandak

Open-air hideaway in South Jakarta with western food, pool table and internet facilities. Good getaway place to have a quiet drink at reasonable prices.


Gran Melia Hotel, Jl. Rasuna Said, Kav XO, Kuningan

A mini-mockup of Stonehenge in an Irish Pub. Not a bad early evening spot to ride out the rush-hour. Has top 40's local band providing light background music from Monday thru Saturday, 8pm ‘til midnight .


Taman Ria Senayan, East End Bldg, Unit 101, Jl. Gatot Subroto, Senayan

Formerly known as Manna Lounge, this is where the other half of the trendy up-market Embassy crowd hangs out early to mid-evening. Occasionally hosts special music events with top international down-tempo DJ artists. Can get really packed.


Jl. Falatehan1 No. 16, Blok M

My Bar ? Your Bar ? Never mind - this new kid on the Blok is fast becoming the area's late night hotspot. Complete with mirrored dance floor, laser lights and My Bars bar dancers you can dance and drink your night away to the wee hours. Open from 11.00am – 5.00am so there's plenty of time to unwind.


Jl. Jaksa No. 5, Central Jakarta

Just about the only fully-enclosed and air-conditioned pub on Jalan Jaksa. Friendly waitresses, decent pub food and a pool table upstairs. Frequented by journalists, English teachers, local expats and a wide assortment of tourists.


Wisma Iskandarsyah, Jl. Iskan-darsyah Block A/4-5 Kav 12-14, Near Block M

Brand new lounge at the former location of Prego. Relaxed interior with lots of wooden panels, plants and greenery; owned by top Jakarta DJ Anton and his sister. Place is still developing its identity.


Hotel Kristal, Jl. Terogong Raya No.1 Cilandak

A popular after-work and weekend watering-hole with many of the westerners who live in South Jakarta . Has good pub food and several big screen televisions. Really fires during major sporting events. Family, wife or girlfriend friendly.


Cilandak Commercial Estate Building 305, Jl. Raya Cilandak KKO

The only early opener in town, Mad Dogs runs from 7am till last man standing, which is usually 11pm weekdays and 2+am weekends. English styled pub with pool table and quality pub fare including great breakfasts. Bit of a treasure hunt to find it, but well worth the effort.


Hotel Ambhara, Jl. Iskandarsyah Raya No.1, Block M

The most authentic British pub in town, popular happy hour/early evening drink spot amongst Jakarta 's working westerners. The interior, beer selection and pub menu almost make you feel like you're somewhere back in merry-old-England.


Jl. Kemang Selatan Raya No. 5, Kemang

Bar on the southern outskirts of Kemang with a few pool tables, lots of 1950's movie star photos and a handful of waitresses in sexy mini-skirts. Decent sandwich and burger menu, a great place to spend a happy hour with lots of legs to look at.


Jl. Falatehan I, No. 8, Block M

The top sport's bar in Block M, big screen televisions and pool tables upstairs and downstairs. Probably has the most consistently good food of all the Block M pubs; their thick crust pizzas are especially popular.


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  1. Achmad Ramdani
  2. Ade Suhanda
  3. Adi Tjahyanto
  4. Agus Setiawan
  5. Aji Farzay Razad

6. Akhmad Hanafi

  1. Ali Santanu
  2. Andri, A.
  3. Anton Yumalyartono
  4. Ardaniya
  5. Arif Rakhmat
  6. Arni Artyanti
  7. Asnianty Asgaf
  8. Bariatur Rahmah
  9. Dien Novita M
  10. Dini Sumiarsih
  11. Eko Nanang Prasetyo
  12. Elisa Aji Nugrahanti
  13. Endah Rahayuni
  14. Evi Nofianti
  15. Fauziati Amin
  16. Galuh Retno Penny
  17. Haryo Sindu Noto
  18. Hasian Harianto Purba
  19. Hegar Harini
  20. Henry
  21. Hermanto
  22. Ifzal Maulani
  23. Inova Verawaty
  24. Iradat Prihandono
  25. Irmawanti
  26. Iyus Kurnaesih
  27. Komalasari
  28. Lilis Suryawati
  29. Lisa Dona
  30. Maman
  31. Marini
  32. Marta Magdalena Simarmata
  33. Martha Lisa
  34. Masykur
  35. Moch.Arief
  36. Moelyono Adjie
  37. Mohammad Abduh
  38. Muhammad Thohir
  39. Murdiana
  40. Muslih
  41. Neng Shanty
  42. Norman Jaya,SH
  43. Novi Yulianty
  44. Nur Husein
  45. Nurhaena
  46. Nuril Anwar
  47. Nurmah
  48. Ramdani
  49. Ramilis
  50. Ratna Fatimah
  51. Ridwan Sugianto
  52. Rika Novita Sari
  53. Rivatedi Rona Hernawan
  54. Rofiatun
  55. Rosyad Nurdin
  56. Selvy Aulia
  57. Setyo Baroto
  58. Slamet Widodo
  59. Sri Rejeki Hartanti
  60. Steven Tomasso
  61. Suci Mariati Valentine
  62. Sulastri
  63. Sulistyo Budhiastuti
  64. Sutarmo,SE
  65. Suwarni
  66. Vekte Yopi Hangkoso
  67. Voery Andri Hidayat
  68. Wartini
  69. Widi Ardianto
  70. Windah Friyanti
  71. Yana Fitriyana
  72. Yaser Husein
  73. Yudhy Anton,S.S
  74. Yulianti
  75. Yulianti Afni
  76. Zulkipli Nur


  1. Abdul Azis
  2. Nunlasin
  3. Syarif Wahyudi
  4. Eka Prasetya
  5. Maulana
  6. Syaepudin
  7. Krisna Wahyudi
  8. Ruslan
  9. Abdul Gopur
  10. Hamid
  11. Dian Rifai
  12. Asep Risnandar
  13. Zulkifli
  14. Sultoni Sazali
  15. Muhammad Yacoby
  16. Zulkarnain
  17. Asril Anwar
  18. Ahmad Fadilah
  19. Himawan Sulistiyo
  20. Bayu Wahyudi
  21. Hasyim


  1. Sujangga
  2. Farid


  1. Abdul Latif


  1. Hanny Vidi Karundeng


  1. Anton Subarjo
  2. Al Fattah Umar
  3. Burhanuddin
  4. Asep Jamhari
  5. Antonius Taufik Lesmana
  6. Suhartono Mano
  7. Yohanes Agus Prihandoko
  8. Ermansyah
  9. Alphonsus Wahyuning Putro Trisno.N


  1. Khaerudin
  2. Sumarni
  3. Kikih Ardani
  4. Kartino
  5. Muhamad Lutfi
  6. Dani Nasrudin
  7. Herry Susanto
  8. Edi Sofyan
  9. Muhamad Topan Diantoro
  10. Martahan Sitorus
  11. Anjarsari


  1. Nasrulloh


  1. Agus Rianton


  1. Hasyim
  2. Mursid
  3. Ahmad Yusuf
  4. Dede Setiawan
  5. M.Yusup.Z
  6. Nurhadi
  7. Budi Prasetyo
  8. Samsul Rizal
  9. R.David Surya
  10. Minarto
  11. Edi Wahyudi
  12. Novi Purwanto
  13. Heri Pujiawan
  14. Fahri Rivai Ramadhan


  1. Devi Yuliani
  2. Yunanto Wirawan
  3. Chairiyah
  4. Meri Andriani
  5. Yulianti
  6. Adi Sutarno
  7. Upit Agustin
  8. Dini Savitri
  9. Maria Dyah Suryondari
  10. Enita Windarsih
  11. Rani Gusnizar
  12. Fristy Yustianti Kartanegara
  13. Vitri Desari
  14. Henny Aristianti
  15. Hari Sugiharti
  16. Renitha Devinica,SE


  1. Dhina Novita Lestari
  2. Susilawati
  3. Oka Subarkah
  4. Chomariah
  5. Vivi Yunita
  6. Lilis Setiarini
  7. Rosilia
  8. Sudana Ningsih
  9. Usep Setiawan
  10. Trinovariyanto
  11. Siti Maisaroh
  12. Elnida Situmorang
  13. Hilda Handayani
  14. Ayuni Fitriah Kusuma Ningrum
  15. Rita Aswati
  16. Noor Hilda Azhria
  17. Elvira
  18. Uci Sanusi
  19. Dina Miladina
  20. Indri Yani
  21. Fitriani
  22. Dede Setiawan
  23. Taufan Ridwanza Utama Putra
  24. Fatiah
  25. Deny
  26. Suhaimi
  27. Riskawati
  28. Hasnawaty
  29. Tiah
  30. Cahyani Yulia
  31. Kurnia Novita H
  32. Wasilah Kurniasih
  33. Dina Marliyani
  34. Kurnia Novita H
  35. Wasilah Kurniasih
  36. Dina Marliyani