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Nordic Club Jakarta

Email [email protected]

President: Birgitta Berg

Denmark: Bente Dybdahl Vaupel
Finland: Mari Blythe
Norway: Mari Eia Bringdal
Sweden: Andrea Holmqvist

Membership in the Nordic Club

Memberships are open to Norwegian, Swedish, Icelandic, Danish and Finnish women or men and their spouses. Annual family membership contribution is IDR 400,000.

Members are invited to attend monthly coffee mornings, participate in organized groups such as the book club, golf club, yoga morning, pub night, play groups, and attend events and trips organized by Nordic Club for its members. All activities are held in English. Activities vary year to year depending on members' interests.

About the Nordic Club

The Nordic Club (NC) is a volunteer and social organisation based in Jakarta. It is an organisation for people from the Nordic countries and their families who live in Indonesia.

NC has two aims:

  1. to unite the Nordic community in Jakarta through social gatherings and other functions
  2. to help newcomers settle in Jakarta

NC has coffee mornings on the second Tuesday of the month - except in January, July, and August due to holiday breaks. In December we have a Christmas party. Other activities and country specific events are organized throughout the year.

News of club activities and special events are announced on the Nordic Club website, Nordic Club Facebook page and through emails to members.

Last updated September 21, 2018

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