Indonesian Days @ Central Market Hall Budapest, Until 20 June

  • 9 Jun 2019 12:25 PM
Indonesian Days @ Central Market Hall Budapest, Until 20 June
Explore the culture of the beautiful Indonesia while browsing the colorful clothes, jewelry, decorations, leather goods, handmade gifts, statues, and unique pieces of furniture in Budapest.

Indonesian handmade goods are popular around the world such as wooden or leather puppets called ‘Wayang’, couple statues (Loro Blonyo), Balinese paintings, tribal masks, so why not buy one to decorate your home?

According to the surveys, in 2014 Indonesia was the happiest country. It’s time to find out the secret and dive into the world of Nusantara (Malay world). You are invited to a tropical Market experience to the Great Market Hall Budapest.

The program will include traditional Indonesian music and dance performances along with Indonesian market, where you can taste Indonesia’s national dish the Nasi Goreng (Asian fried rice), or some of the Bakso meatballs, Satay (spicy meat skewers) or Sambal (chili-based sauce) for an exotic and delicious treat.

Indonesia has more than 10.000 islands with breathtaking beaches and jungles, rich wildlife, so you can even hang out with orangutans in the forests of Borneo, or dive with a whale shark in West Papua if you are lucky.

Visit the 'Indonesian Days' in the Great Market Hall Budapest, to learn about the best places to visit like: Bali, Lombok, Flores or Sumatra.

Dates: 
18 – 20 June, 6 am - 6 pm

Venue:
Great Market Hall 
1093 Budapest, Vámház krt. 1-3. 

More:
piaconline.hu

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