Whether it’s with the help of fun filters or a non-mainstream atmosphere, nowadays photography seems to be all about unique backgrounds for your Instagram posts. From places like museums, art exhibitions, or even restaurants, people are always on the lookout for new and hip places in Jakarta. If you’re in a rut and wondering where to find those fancy spots you keep on seeing on your timeline, then you can’t miss these fabulous places in the city. Let’s start!
If you’re a fan of films, then this spot is must-visit place for you. Located in the Kebayoran Lama area, MOJA Museum uses movie themes and art as its backdrop. There are 14 photo spots with unique designs related to films, like cinema chairs, popcorn, and many more. The museum is open all week from 11am until 7pm with prices at Rp100,000 on weekdays and Rp125,000 at weekends. Bring your best camera, strike a pose, and have some fun.
Seems like everyone has been to Haluu World these days. The latest Instagrammable exhibition comes with 13 colourful photo spots and is located on the 5th floor of Plaza Indonesia. Collaborating with major brands like Bridestory, Parentstory, and Indomie, Haluu World presents non-mainstream backdrops like a giant Indonesian chicken bowl among others.
Desserts bar FRED is climbing the ladder as a must-visit Instagrammable place in 2019. With a unique interior design, you can take minimalist shots or selfies inside this cozy café. Located in Pantai Indah Kapuk, guests can also indulge in its signature sea-salt ice cream while showing off their sweet goodies. FRED is open from 12pm to 10pm.
Enjoy Jakarta nightlife in a fun and intimate way at the hit bar ZODIAC. Located in the Senopati area, ZODIAC boasts disco vibes and has groovy house music to provide you with a fun party atmosphere. When you’re in ZODIAC, it’s almost impossible not to take some wefies with your squad, or amazing selfies in its fabulous spots, decked out with fashionable and artsy ornaments.
Kopi Kalyan presents its latest exhibition entitled “Kaum Mata Kancing” and is a solo exhibition by Indonesian artist I Putu Adi Suanjaya, aka Ketut. Featuring paintings and puppets from several periods, the exhibition makes for the perfect choice to enjoy wonderful artwork and take some decent pictures while you’re at it. The exhibition runs from until February 9. Tatler tip: remember to always respect the artwork when taking pictures.