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The Indonesian state is still a lot of traditional markets. The traditional markets sell many daily necessities needed by the community. Such as rice, sugar, fresh vegetables, milk, chicken meat, fresh fish and others. In Yogyakarta, Indonesia, a local government seeks to preserve local culture is the main attraction for foreign tourists. Yogyakarta Province is one of the provinces visited by foreign tourists in order to holiday, study or research. Mr. Bill Gates and Mr. Mark Zuckerberg, ever visit to the Province of Yogyakarta. We as people of Indonesia are proud of the visit. Because both of them are people who are extraordinary.
Facebook fanpage | facebook.com/stephchoivlogz Instagram | happybabii1212 Today`s vlog~^^* - Walking Around Bogor - Wet markets Hey everyone!! Sorry for the late upload!~^^;; I actually have no excuse except that I fell asleep in the middle of uploading because I was too tired,, and since I had a lot of footage I was planning to upload 2 videos at once and that caused me to fall asleep..~ xD Anyway, hope you enjoy this video of a glimpse of Indonesia and I`ll see you all soon! :D Xoxo, Steph
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►Check out 50 of the Best Indonesian Dishes: https://migrationology.com/indonesian-food/ Glodok is the Chinatown of Jakarta, and my wife and I decided to spend the day walking around Glodok and exploring some Indonesian street food throughout the day. At the end of the day, we also stopped by Fatahillah Square, with is an old Dutch square in colonial Jakarta, where you'll find some interesting buildings and some street food snacks as well. Since we were staying at a hotel (here’s information on the hotel I stayed at:https://migrationology.com/travel-guides/jakarta-indonesia/) not too far from Glodok, we decided to beat the traffic and just walk over there. It didn’t take more than 15 minutes to walk, and soon we arrived in Jakarta’s Chinatown. Glodok is a very interesting area to walk a...
In Bali, Katie explores temples, tastes a polarizing bean at a local market, learns a few traditional recipes, and even fits in some paddle boarding. ___ Subscribe to Tastemade: http://taste.md/1QsXIWq FIND us on Snapchat Discover: http://taste.md/1P9UuDM LIKE us on Facebook: http://taste.md/1Zf0Bve FOLLOW us on Instagram: http://taste.md/1OaAv4P More daily programming http://www.tastemade.com Watch us behind the scenes at Snapchat: @tastemade
Day two of my trip. We visited a Lighthouse that overlooked the start of the longest road on Java. It was built by the Dutch to prevent a British invasion. We also visited the ruins of the Banten Castle and ate some candies at a nearby market. It was all beautiful and very important to Indonesia's history. Thank you for watching :) Please SUBSCRIBE to this channel for more videos and give this one a thumbs up! You can also follow me on: Instagram: instagram.com/heyheyitssami and Tumblr: lifeasbule.tumblr.com music credits: "Montauk Point" and "Carefree" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ have a lovely day
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Website: https://bit.ly/seektheworld Facebook: https://bit.ly/stwfacebook Instagram: https://bit.ly/stw_instagram Snapchat: https://bit.ly/stwsnapchat Pinterest: https://bit.ly/stwpinterest Merchandise: https://bit.ly/stwstore Photography: http://bit.ly/stwphotography Jimbaran fish market is a bustling spot for locals, business owners and tourists alike, who visit in the early morning to get their hands on the freshest seafood around. Grandfather, father, and I were being guided and educated about that fish market by Balinese Chef - Four Seasons Resorts Bali. We discovered countless trucks from all around the area delivering their fresh seafood to the Jimbaran sellers. Local fishermen usually sell smaller types of fish such as sardines and mackerel, and bigger varieties are often source...
You should definitely visit these strange markets when travelling! Join us as we take a look at some food markets, animal shops and a lot more strange stores from around the world! Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 9: The Ka Firushi Bird Market Kabul’s bird bazaar, known as the Ka Firushi Bird market or Alley of Straw Sellers, might remind you of a certain Hitchcock movie. Located along a narrow lane behind the Pul-e Khishti Mosque, the market is lined with stalls where the vendors display hundreds of species of birds. The rusty cages may give you the impression you are stepping back in time a hundred years, as the market has remained untouched by war 8: The Muara Kuin Floating Market The Muara Kuin Floating Market used to be located on the mouth of the river Kuin Barito, Ba...
Where: You can find the Jimbaran Fish Markets off Jalan Pantai Kedonganan in Jimbaran, Bali - Indonesia! Recommended Tour to See the Markets: Balinese Cooking Class and Market Tour with Viator - http://bit.ly/FishMarketTour Read our Post: 5 Beautiful and Interesting things to do & see in South Bali http://www.wanderluststorytellers.com.au/things-to-do-see-in-south-bali/