port workers unload fresh cateched fidh from boats. muara angke fish market. jakarta north. indonesia. asia.

port workers unload fresh cateched fish from boats.

Welcome to Jakarta's traffic jam

Welcome to Jakarta's traffic jam.Actually Jakarta is just one big traffic jam. Forgetting the horrendous traffic. Much more politically and religiously relaxed than Malaysia.

Food market - Jakarta Indonesia 2011

Food market - Jakarta Indonesia 2011

A vendor selling vegetables wait for customers at his stall in a local market in Jakarta, Indonesia, April 1, 2010. (Xinhua/Reuters File Photo)

A vendor selling vegetables wait for customers at his stall in a local market in Jakarta, Indonesia, April (Xinhua/Reuters File Photo)

Balloon Seller

Traditional Market, Jakarta, Balloon, Indonesia, Fruit, Balloons

Jakarta is known by some as ‘The Big Durian’, likening the city to the large fruit distinctive for its size and strong odour. This comparison reflects a view of contemporary Jakarta as an enormous city with a thriving population paralleled by its equally imposing traffic congestion. Yet, within Jakarta is a culture and way of life that is unique to the city. Image by Alan Chan

Jakarta, Indonesia - Singapore to Jakarta - Jakarta - Singapore to Jakarta, Royal Geographical Society (with IBG), RGS-IBG.

Visiting traditional markets in Indonesia was one of my “must-visit” lists when I was in the country. One of the markets was Pasar Senen (Senen means Monday while pasar means market) in Jakarta. Pasar Senen is a heaven for foodies who collect food props and enjoy photography.

Food Props Hunting and Shots at Pasar Senen, Jakarta

Banten Lama Grand Mosque west of Jakarta, built in 1566 by Sultan Maulana Yusuf, shows a mix of Hindu, Chinese, and Islamic influences. Unique characteristics include five-tiered roof made from teak-wood, and eight-sided minaret built in 1590, which once also served as a lighthouse. The minaret was designed by Hendrik Lucas Cardeel, a Dutch deserter who converted to Islam.  www.londoh.com

Banten Lama Grand Mosque west of Jakarta, built in 1566 by Sultan Maulana Yusuf, shows a mix of Hindu, Chinese, and Islamic influences. Unique characteristics include five-tiered roof made from teak-wood, and eight-sided minaret built in 1590, which once also served as a lighthouse. The minaret was designed by Hendrik Lucas Cardeel, a Dutch deserter who converted to Islam. www.londoh.com

Variety of Dried Fish

Food Props Hunting and Shots at Pasar Senen, Jakarta Variety of Dried Fish – Indonesia Eats

Jakarta Pasar tebet Papaya

Lottie Nevin - The Rioja Diaries

Muara Karang fish market Jakarta - Indonesia

Muara Karang fish market Jakarta - Indonesia

Rawa Belong, The bigest flower market in Jakarta, Indonesia

Old men were carrying roses at the biggest flower market in Southeast Asia, Rawa Belong, Jakarta, Indonesia.

Traditional Indonesian food on display at a bazaar in Central Jakarta's Bendungan Hilir market.

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Pasar Tanah Abang, Jakarta, Indonesia

Pasar Tanah Abang, Jakarta, Indonesia

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