The cultural richness of Indonesia abounds in the capital, Jakarta, home to more than 10 million people and gateway to the vast Indonesian archipelago. At the heart of the Golden Business Triangle, rubbing shoulders with major embassies and the headquarters of international corporations, stands the JW Marriott Hotel Jakarta. In a competition exclusive to readers of the South China Morning Post, the JW Marriott is offering three 'Escape!' package nights for one winner plus a guest. The package includes deluxe-room accommodation, spa treatments, a Spa Essential Welcome Kit, a 'culinary dinner journey' at one of the hotel's award-winning restaurants, a spa lunch, a rose-petal bath turndown, personalised bathrobes and late check-out. Pursuing the health theme, the JW Marriott Jakarta offers all the fitness facilities you would expect in a top-class hotel, including tennis courts, a nearby golf course and a fitness centre with sauna, steam bath and Jacuzzi. Guests staying on its executive floors may take advantage of the private lounge and butler service. Diners have the luxury of choosing from the multi-level, prize-winning Sailendra restaurant, with its open kitchens and live cooking stations for the preparation of Asian and other international dishes; Asuka, offering traditional Japanese dining; and the Pearl restaurant, offering Cantonese cuisine with the emphasis on outstanding seafood. To enter our competition, simply write to us using the words 'Jakarta', 'Marriott' and 'Pearl' in the most creative way you can. For inspiration, go to www.marriott.com/property/propertypage/JKTJW , then visit promotions.scmp.com, click on 'Travel Club' and complete the registration form. Entries must be no longer than 75 words. Closing date: October 18. The offer, subject to availability, is valid until April 30, 2007. The editor's decision is final. Air fares are not provided.