For dinner, try the unique dining experience of sampling Padang Cuisine, famous for its rich dishes cooked in coconut milk and heavy spices. The charm of Padang cuisine lies not only in its range of dishes but also in its serving style.
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Padang food is served as a large number of small platters bearing different types of dishes and it’s common to eat with one’s hand. Diners are just charged for the plates that have been eaten from, while untouched plates are taken away and served to other guests.
While there’s so much more you can do in Jakarta, for those who don’t have a lot of time to spare, hopefully these activities will give you a taste of what the Indonesian capital has to offer.
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