A Taste of the Sweet Snacks of Pasar Subuh

Snapshot
The most I like in Indonesia is the colorful people gathering tolerantly. We can see that moment in a traditional market. People there don't care about what is your religion, tribe, ethnic, skins and languages. Indonesia's traditional market is locals' place to mingle and do good transactions.

Pasar Subuh (Pasar=Market, Subuh= Dawn) can be found on 6 - 11AM in South Jakarta area. We can get along with locals and taste sweet snacks, cakes and pastries fresh from the oven. The Indonesian buyers need those sweet snacks for another gathering in their communities like wedding, arisan (regular social gathering whose members contribute to and take turns at winning an aggregate sum of money), pray gathering or to be reseller. This experience can enrich your view about tolerance in Indonesia while taste Indonesia's colorful snacks!

Let's be like the Wind in Pasar Subuh!
What You Will Do
1. Take you to the Pasar Subuh by Transjakarta
2. Walk a bit from terminal to Pasar Subuh cross 'Rat Street'
3. Buy any Sweetie Snacks, cakes, pastries and mingle with locals there
Why We Do This
One of my passion is culinary, and i love to see the expression of locals faces when they are in traditional market, between buyers and sellers.
i want to share how beautiful the feeling when you can get along with them.
Inclusion
Tickets for Bus Transjakarta
Exclusion
- Personal Expense
- Booking Hotel
- Rent Car / taxi expense to pick you from hotel if you don't want use Trans Jakarta transportation
Notes
the snacks are gorgeous and cheap, bring some cash to grab them :D

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How many people?
Cost per person
$15.30
Total cost
$15.30
Jakarta, Java
3 hrs
1 - 6 pax


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