Jakarta Great Sale 2009 - Tourism Indonesia




Monday, July 13, 2009

Jakarta Great Sale 2009

A real shopper's paradise, the annual Jakarta Great Sale takes place in the malls and department stores across the city with many offering special discounts and deals. If the shopping all gets too much, don't despair as there are plenty of other events to distract shoppers ranging from competitions to live entertainment. The month-long Jakarta Great Sale is part of the Jakarta Anniversary celebrations.

Themes: Food & Drink, Business, Entertainment, Home & Fashion

Cost: Free.
Where: Shopping malls and stores in Jakarta
All the major shopping malls take part

Contact Information:
Jakarta City Government Tourism and Culture Office
Jl. Kuningan Barat No 1 Jakarta, Phone: 62-21-520 5454, 520 5455, Fax: 62-21-5270917


  1. Hi!

    My name is Julia Friedman, and I work with Rooftop Films, a NYC nonprofit organization and summer film festival.(www.rooftopfilms.com) On Friday, July 17th, Rooftop Films will be screening an Indonesian documentary, Blind Pig Who Wants to Fly. Below is more information about the film and the Rooftop Films screening:

    The debut feature from Indonesian director Edwin is a delightfully bizarre and original film that marks the coming of a major new international talent. Edwin (who uses only his first name) has crafted a movie that is filled with outrageous scenarios, but the emotions and messages are subtle—a mature balance that is surprisingly comic, sweet without being sentimental, and passionately disquieting without reverting to shock or melodrama.

    The overarching metaphor for the film is, of course, the blind pig who wants not to see, but to fly—not the usual, but the unexpected. And yet the characters in the film, for all their strange talents and desires,
    with all their unusual personalities and unique perspectives, above all
    they want to fit in, to be like everyone else. In particular, the film is about the Chinese minority in Indonesia, who struggle with racism and sometimes violent oppression, who long for acceptance. But in general, the film is about anybody who suppresses the joy of their natural individuality for the banal sorrow of conformity, and the bitter fact that many people must make this sacrifice in order to survive.

    Film Website:
    Venue: On the roof of the Old American Can Factory
    Address: 232 3rd St. @ 3rd Ave. (Gowanus/ Park Slope, Brooklyn)
    Directions: F/G to Carroll St. or M/R to Union Ave.
    Rain: In the event of rain the show will be held indoors at the same location
    8:00PM: Doors open
    8:30PM: Sound Fix Records presents live music by Kelli Rudick
    9:00PM: Film
    10:30PM: Filmmaker Q & A
    11:00PM–12:30AM: Reception in courtyard including free sangria courtesy of
    Carlo Rossi sangria
    Tickets: $9-$25 at the door or online

    Presented in partnership with: The International Film Festival of
    Rotterdam, Cinereach, New York magazine, & XØ Projects

    For more information please contact:

    Danielle Kourtesis
    Music and Outreach Manager,
    Rooftop Films

    Thanks so much for your time!

    Julia Friedman

  2. in jakarta great sale 2009 so many discount and many choice ..happy b'day jakarta

  3. I wish I were in Taman Anggrek Mall

    By the way : good news for GARUDA and Indonesia Tourism !!!


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