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A group of guys plays basketball three times a week in the evenings after work and on Saturday afternoons and Sunday mornings. The schedule is as follows:

Monday 7:00 pm - Hall C, Senayan Sports Complex (indoors)
Thursdays 7:00 pm - Hall C, Senayan Sports Complex (indoors)

The court isn't the best, but the competition is pretty good. Some of the players are Indonesians that have studied abroad, so many can speak English.

You do not need to pay anything to play.

Another group plays Sundays @ 7pm @ STC in Senayan. The court is nice and the competition is more casual.

Practical Information for foreigners, expats and expatriates moving to Indonesia - find out about housing, schooling, transport, shopping and more to prepare you for your stay in Indonesia

Pick-up Basketball Games are also held by a different group at the JIS Cilandak Campus. The group usually plays on Sundays from 10:00 am to 12:30 pm  in the High School Gym at the Cilandak Campus.

Contact Mark Murnane at [email protected] for more information.

Updated July 6, 2016

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