November 2, 2020, 09.05 PM
It might seem unusual, but one of the fun things to do in Jakarta is to find some ?Instagrammable? places for enhancing your social media feed. SWEETESCAPE/REZA ADIGRAHAIt might seem unusual, but one of the fun things to do in Jakarta is to find some ?Instagrammable? places for enhancing your social media feed.

JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com – It might seem unusual, but one of the fun things to do in Jakarta is to find some ‘Instagrammable’ places for enhancing your social media feed.

When it comes to photography, the common perception is to take photos of objects and in the past, photos of people were often taken during weddings or celebrations.

The introduction of social media has changed the approach to photography and improving one’s social media feed has become a lifestyle of the urban class of Jakarta.

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CEO and Founder of SweetEscape David Soong said that social media has turned mundane activities into special moments worth capturing through good photography.

He added that in his 20-year experience as a photographer, photo-worthy moments are no longer limited to large events.

Traveling is one recreation to escape the stresses of daily life and the activity itself is incomplete without a photo or two.

While the packed Indonesian capital city might appear like a far distance call as an Instagrammable place, there is a range of places that make it possible.

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If you are out of things to do in Jakarta, try visiting these places listed below.

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