(Explore Tangerang) : Daily Things in Pasar Lama (Tangerang’s Chinatown)


Happy Youth’s Oath for all Indonesian youth!
Yay!!! It’s the moment we all become one nation, one motherland, one national language and until now Indonesia has no problem related to national language while there are more than 500 languages spoken (though some have already been extinct). Well, Indonesia is more than just naturally multiracial nations, but also coloured by various nations like Chinese, Arabs, European and many more but all become one.

These photos just tell about daily things in Pasar Lama (Tangerang’s Chinatown) of Tangerang, Banten. It covers Jalan Kisamaun and its surroundings as well as its strategic position in the downtown. Well, pictures tell more than words.

Enjoy it!

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Inside the market alley, Pasar Lama Tangerang
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The local home made soy sauces and tauco sold here
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Bacang….I cannot eat it
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What about some Otak-Otak?
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Local Sellers
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Salted veggies
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New year is about to come again
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Sugar floss sandwiches….wanna some?
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The Opak
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Sate Bab 1 or Pork Satay…. Take it, I don’t hehehe
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Vegetarian mooncakes
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Otak Otak is ready
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The epic es podeng (traditional agar-agar ice)
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10 Comments Add yours

  1. dani says:

    Arep komen takut dimarahin lagi.

  2. Kally says:

    Great photography! You can’t take bakchang because of pork, right? I believe there are substitute bakchang where it’s vegetarian.

  3. Mabel Kwong says:

    Why can’t you eat bacang? Is it because as Kally said, it has pork? I’m sure some of them are halal…maybe those are sold elsewhere ๐Ÿ™‚

    1. The traditional bacang is not
      ..but I’m not into it hehe…just for halal version I’ll have it

      1. Mabel Kwong says:

        Glad there is halal bacang these days. Usually two thirds of a regular bacang makes me full. All that glutinous rice… ๐Ÿ˜€

      2. Yes, the famous one is from Bandung..

  4. Alris says:

    Pasar lama Tangerang ini unik. Percampuran budaya.

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