The British Embassy in Jakarta has compiled flights options leaving from Jakarta. To see the flight options, click here. Note that the font of the list is very small, you need to zoom in to be legible. This list will be updated Continue Reading
It is with great sadness that we announce that A-IS member, Oliver Bennett, passed away on Monday 26 March. He had been undergoing treatment for colon cancer for more than a year. Farida and Oliver regularly attended the Society’s events. Oliver Continue Reading
The Indonesian Embassy in London has set up the following numbers as hotline numbers for Covid-19 for Indonesian nationals living in the UK and Ireland: + 44 747 149 5095 + 44 788 122 1235 + 44 20 7499 Continue Reading
First session 7:20pm – 8pm Second session 8:20pm – 9pm Princess of Wales Conservatory, entry via Jodrell Gate Royal Botanic Garden Kew Richmond TW9 3AE In conjunction with the Orchid Festival at the Royal Botanic Garden, Kew, renowned author and Continue Reading
The Indonesian Embassy 30 Great Peter Street Westminster London SW1P 2BU Last month, John Carlile gave an excellent presentation about The Moni tribe who live in the remote highlands of Papua. His captivating stories, accompanied with interesting pictures, sparked lots of questions during Continue Reading
Venue: TBC Higher Education (HE) is an increasingly important sector in the relationship between the UK and Indonesia. President Jokowi has made improving skills levels a top priority for his administration. Meanwhile, UK HE institutions, which have an enviable reputation Continue Reading
St. Matthew’s Westminster 20 Great Peter Street Westminster SW1P 2BU Plastic waste in oceans is a major environmental concern affecting the world. Rivers have been found to be the main pathways for plastics – micro and macro – to enter Continue Reading
Geoffrey Saba showed his Kris & Kris Hilt collection of over 100 in number. He provided Southeast Asian tea afterwards.