i absolutely love kemang area. that's one of the best place to be while you're in jakarta. loads of cafes, lounge, restaurants, etc. the nightlife there are often lurked by teenagers. and it's also a great place to just chill out and hang out with some friends. it's a fun place. if you're looking for some clubs you'd rather go to bedroom or bros lounge. or if you just wanna spend sometime hanging out with friends and drink some alchohol you might wanna go to nu china or second floor, the alchohols there are cheap. or if you just want to go for some casual dining with friends you can go to kemang food fest. and there's a lot more other places you can go while you're there.
Dress Code: it depends on where you're going. for example if you're going to bros lounge or bed room they dont allow shorts and sandals.
Jl.Wijaya 1 No.53
Primarily appealing to older Indonesian folk that means Indonesian friendly western music. You guessed it: top 40 hits, latin rhythms and classic rock are older of the day here.
Jl. Kemang Raya No.68
You might have wince at the pirate ship sticking out the front of Barbados in passing and it’s no less tasteless inside.
I went to this nightclub called Bedroom in Jakarta. It was in the top floor of some building in Kemang. It was very nice inside with these beds all around the dance floor. The muisc was dance music which was quiet vibey. I really enjoyed myself here as the atmosphere was nice so I just danced the night away.
I liked Kemang alot , there is alot of nice restaurants with live music and so forth. Went to a place there I can`t remember the places name but you have a whole lot of restaurants selling local food and we all sat in the middle. Whereby we bought our food from the diiferent places and brought it all to one table whereby we sat and ate as old club music played. It was very nice , I really like that place.
Kemang area used to be very populay 5-6 years a go, now not so popular since Cilandak Square start attracted more crowds. But this is always the case with Jakarta's nightlfe. People always go to the trendiest place.
Anyway Kemang is always a nice place to go. There are many cafes with live music and restaurant. Most of the food in Kemang area is not outstanding but the ambience is surely good. One of my favourite place for Jazz and romantic music is twilight Square and The Venue. There is the Beat : All in one entertainment. They live music, dancing floor and bilyard place in each storeys
Located in the Kemang Area, Second Floor offers a different vibe than other night clubs. Once you enter, you have to climb the stairs to reach the first floor (and they named it second floor ?!?). There aren't many decorations in sight, but the place is rich in red color. Along side the bar, you'll spot comfy sofas and two TV screens. The music offers a variety of selections. A DJ will play some pop, rock, techno and even classic disco. On sprecifi hours, you can hear some live music, a vocalist and a keyboardist. The coolest thing about this place is that drinks are cheap! A tequila shot costs only Rp. 10.000! Worst thing is, the only wash basin isn't inside the washroom, so sometimes you can see people vomit after many drinks.
Dress Code: No drugs. No weapons. No sandals.
This is a gallery and restaurant. You can pick lesehan in one of the bale-bale around the pool, or on the couch, or just the dining table. On Friday & Saturday night there is a live classical performance on the stage above the pool.
Step into this cafe designed to emulate Parisian outdoor cafes. Once inside, indulge in the drinks, the canapes, and most of all, in the sultry voice of the female singer/pianist who hums cool, classic Jazz tunes from the yesteryears. Great atmosphere and smart crowd!
Dress Code: casual smart
A new, happening club from Singapore's Centro 360 group, Centro is currently the place to see and be seen in Jakarta. Packed with socialites, avid club-goers, sex-and-the-city wannabes, and local celebrities, this club is designed to be a one-stop venue complete with a Japanese eatery, a European bistro, and a rooftop bar and occupies the whole five floors on the eastern end of the new Dharmawangsa Square City Walk. Located in the outskirt of the upscale neighborhood of Brawijaya in South Jakarta not far from Kemang.
Dress Code: hip and trendy
Join with motorsport magazine where I'm working, this cafe showing live the F1 series.
Dress Code: Casual, but we would like if the guests using F1 teams uniforms. Like Scuderia Ferrari team (red) or BMW Williams (dark blue). Here, I took picture with my boss Koh Hen, Dimka, Freddy, and Dennis (BMW Williams atribute).
Kemang area in south Jakarta is my favorite nightlife spot. there you'll find dozens of bars, lounge, restaurants, pubs, cafes.
my favorite place in kemang is 'the venue' dine & lounge, cozy atmoshere, good food, drinks, but sometimes the music is too loud.
if you're into jazz, then you should check out klub 45 in mahakam (still south jakarta) they have jazz jam sessions there every sunday night from 8-12 pm.
I don't really like loud/too crowded places.
so the venues i mentioned above are nothing like it.
they are places where you sit down have a drink and just enjoy the night.
Dress Code: casual,
in kemang, the dress code there is just casual.
also in klub 45.
In the Kemang area, the more “trendy” nightspots can be found. Restaurants, offering international cuisine, cage’s and other watering holes make Kemang a favouriteplace for so called “young urban professionals (yuppies)”. Kemang is also known for its abundance of Javanese furniture shops, art shops and artgalleries, where grat buys can be picked up.
Dress Code: casualtrend or formalsome.
Wowww, they're have delicious eateries and we can practice Salsa dancing here! If you have much time, just join a Salsa private class here! Exotic :)
Dress Code: Casual
Well, I was interview a Formula 3000 (F3000) International driver here --with his manager Pierre Hunnisett, and three of us like the appetizer escargot very much!
Dress Code: Casual