Indonesian boy in traditional Yogyakarta dress

Too Cute ! Indonesian boy in traditional Yogyakarta dress in 2013 Photo from Patricia Ispas , Preschool Teacher in Oregon

Kaki Lima ("five feet") - roadside food ( a mobile food stall)

Kaki Lima ("five feet") - roadside food ( a mobile food stall) Indonesia.

Kaki lima

Bedugul is located by the crater lake Tamblingan in Bali, Indonesia. It is a pilgrimage destination for the island's Hindus and a popular spot for picnics. Hence the many colorful food stalls.

Balim Valley warriors.  ~West Papua~

While indigenous peoples make up only 6 percent of the world's population, indigenous territories hold around 80 percent of the world's remaining biodiversity.

Plentong Batik Factory, Jogjakarta / Yogyakarta, Java, Indonesia

Plentong Batik Factory, Jogjakarta / Yogyakarta, Java, Indonesia

Ogoh-Ogoh procession for Nyepi (Hindu New Year festival)  ~Bali~

Ogoh-Ogoh procession for Nyepi (Hindu New Year festival), Bali, Indonesia

Satay Lilit - minced seafood on a lemon grass stick, grilled over charcoal

Satay Lilit - minced seafood on a lemon grass stick, grilled over charcoal

Tehbotol - a type of "coca-cola"

Tehbotol Sosro : Indonesia's answer to Coca-Cola. Nope, not coke, it's tea instead.

Plentong Batik Factory, Jogjakarta / Yogyakarta, Java, Indonesia

Plentong Batik Factory, Jogjakarta / Yogyakarta, Java, Indonesia

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