JIPFest returns to Blok M for its fourth edition. The festival occupies various venues, from mall to gallery and theater. In between these venues, you will easily find restaurants, cafes, boutiques, as well as historical sites. To help visitors enjoy the festival and explore the area, we are hosting six Festival Tours.

Guided by JIPFest curatorial team, participants will visit all exhibition venues on a walking tour. Along the way, an experienced guide will share interesting stories on renowned and hidden spots around Blok M.  

Festival Tours are held every weekend during JIPFest, with a capacity of 12 participants per tour. It is advisable to bring an umbrella, water bottle, and wear comfortable footwear.


Schedule: 9 & 10 September, 07.30 – 11.00

Ticket: IDR375,000, including meals & drinks  

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Route: Blok M Square – Melawai – Taman Sepeda – Barito – Bulungan – Blok M Mall – Kala Di Kalijaga – M Bloc  

Ade Putri Paramadita 

Ade Putri is a culinary storyteller who has hosted a radio show as well as several YouTube web series: 6×6 (FoodieS), Akarasa (VICE Indonesia) and Cerita Sebuah Rasa (Grab Indonesia). She briefly appeared as a local guide for National Geographic’s series Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted. Ade has also been involved in several cooking demos to tell stories about Indonesian culinary culture in several countries.


Schedule: 16, 17, 23, 24 September, 09:00-12:00

Ticket: IDR275,000, including meals & drinks  

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Route: Al-azhar – Museum Polri – Gereja Efata – Melawai – Blok M Mall – Kala Di Kalijaga – M Bloc 

Jakarta Good Guide

Jakarta Good Guide, founded in 2014, is a group of licensed tour guides who loves love exploring and strolling the streets of Jakarta. JGG provides regular tours to various historic neighborhoods in the city, including Pasar Baru, Cikini, Menteng, Gambir, Kota Tua, and Blok M. 

For more information, please reach us at program@jipfest.com or +62 822-1161-0619 (Ruli). JIPFest is scheduled for 8-24 September 2023 in Blok M, Jakarta. The festival is supported by the Indonesian Tourism and Creative Economy Ministry; Jakarta Tourism and Creative Economy Department; Erasmus Huis; and Kurawal Foundation.