Angsana Hall, responding to ceremonial needs during pandemic

Angsana Hall. Photo: Priv Doc

IO – A prolonged pandemic gives rise to new necessities. Among these is the need to adapt celebrations of milestone ceremonies. Weddings, for example, are now held with far fewer guests, and likewise meetings. Everything is much simpler and cozier now.

Angsana Hall is here to respond to these new needs. Located on the first floor of Mahakam Square, Jalan Mahakam 1 No. 11, South Jakarta, it is easily accessible from anywhere in the city. It was officially opened on Thursday, 9 December 2021, by Mulia Jayaputri and Denny J. A., respectively, the CEO and owner of PT Persada Dua Rajawali. The opening was a warm celebration that included special invitees and the media.

Angsana Hall is perfect if you want to hold important functions for limited guests and participants: meetings, conferences, birthday parties, arisan lotteries, bazaars, cocktail parties, weddings. It is highly functional and adaptive to the varied needs and agendas of organizers who seek to create a cozy atmosphere. Its 340 square meters of floor space is ideal for intimate family functions for 70 seated or 100 standing participants with sufficient space for physical distancing and compliance with health protocols.

Furthermore, organizers need not be overly concerned with menus for any meal or snack served during their events. Angsana Hall, with its sister company, caterer Persada Kulinari, is ready to plan and serve any culinary scheme that the organizers want to ensure the guests and participants’ happiness. In order to provide even wider dining selections, Persada Kulinari coordinates with high-end Indonesian restaurant Bunga Rampai. The wares of Toko Kueh bakery, Pisa Café, and Pisa Gelato on the second floor of the same building are also available for selection.

In short, Angsana Hall’s team of professional planners are ready to help you prepare, with décor, organization, and menu to make sure that your event will be a roaring success. “Angsana Hall is the new ideal venue for a maximum of 100 participants, a necessity during the pandemic and its consequent restriction of crowding. This is your best choice when you want to organize a cozy, yet safe event,” Mulia said, as she closed the opening ceremony alongside hosts Okky Asokawati and Ria Juwita.