See Jakarta Differently

Thetraveljunkie.org – Sa bai dee! If we had to think of a list of our favourite world cities, Jakarta would undoubtedly make the top ten. It’s a real pleasure to visit time and time again, as there’s always new things to see and discover despite the fact that we also like to go back to places where we’ve been before. Every trip gives us a different perspective and we see things differently. We don’t know what other cities we would include in our top ten, but we’ll keep thinking about it.

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What to Eat in Shanghai Storm

Thetraveljunkie.org – When we stayed at the Alila Jakarta, we rediscovered Shanghai Storm too. Shanghai Storm is one of the lovely places we’d previously seen on Instagram. It’s a hidden gem in Jakarta. It has a gorgeous floor, a lovely atmosphere, wonderful staff and delicious food. Aside from the sweet soup asparagus with crab meat soup, which is incredible, we recommend the seafood lamian spicy and obviously, the mocktail of raspberry and lychee shake. And, We’re sure we’ll go back, hopefully soon.

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Morning Vibes In Alila Jakarta

Thetraveljunkie.org – Quick trips abroad have become a part of our routine throughout the past five years due to our work. But, who doesn’t like traveling? We are always up for going away because we already have everything we need: smartphones and a city guide. Here is our morning vibes in Alila Jakarta, one of the world’s most stylish hotels.

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Rediscover Alila Jakarta

Thetraveljunkie.org – When we last visited Jakarta, we stayed at the Alila Jakarta, a few metres away from Monumen Nasional, and the hotel is well located and adorned with overtones of museum-worthy abstract art. What we loved the most about the Alila Jakarta is the interior design. As soon as you set foot in the door, you are transported into a perfect world of colour, simple lines, and wood. Can life get better than suite room service, wood and Alila?

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Meatballs For the People in Stockholm

Thetraveljunkie.org – We love Stockholm so much and Meatballs for the People has quickly become a must in every meatballs lover’s radar. It’s one of our favourite places in Stockholm and after visiting its restaurant a few streets away. The interior is lovely, the atmosphere great and meatballs is to die for. It’s totally worth a visit. If you do go, don’t forget to go to the bathroom to wash your hands before eating!

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Art in the Stockholm Subway

Thetraveljunkie.org – “Where are you going on holiday this season?” You’ve probably heard this question about a hundred times already. We don’t really plan our holiday out in advance as we prefer to be spontaneous, but if you’re after a special and magical trip, Stockholm will not disappoint. And, the Stockholm subway system is said to be the world’s longest art exhibit – 110 kilometers long. Travelling by subway is like traveling through an exciting story that extends from the artistic pioneers of the 1950s to the art experiments of today.

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Between Norsborg and Ropsten

Thetraveljunkie.org – The best thing to start off the morning is to have a cup of coffee (especially when it’s 3 degrees outside) in Bredang. A few weeks ago we went to Norsborg for the very first time. We had been wanting to visit Stockholm for ages and the truth is that it didn’t disappoint. In today’s post we wanted to take you around the Norsborg station.

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The Bojoku Matching Outfits in Stockholm

Thetraveljunkie.org – While some people struggle to find a pair of socks that match in Stockholm, this coordinated couple blogger from AustraliaIndonesia effortlessly match their clothes, and as you can see from these pictures, the resulting outfits are eye-catchingly awesome. They go by the name thebojoku on Instagram. Which outfit do you like the best? Let us know in the comments below, and don’t forget to vote for the best!

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Exploring the National Library of Sweden

Thetraveljunkie.org – Stockholm is a lovly city to explore. We have never been to a place like the National Library of Sweden (Kongliga Biblioteket), in Humlegården Park, has been collecting virtually everything printed in Sweden or in Swedish since 1661. They also collect TV and radio programs, movies and videos distributed in Sweden, Swedish music and computer games. Their collection consists of 18 million objects and close to 10 million hours of audio and video!

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