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Traditional snacks main attraction at Papringan Market

  • Kambali pushes his cart filled with bottles of jamu (herbal medicine) to the Papringan market in Ngadiprono village. The jamu was sold by his wife on Sunday. JP/P.J.Leo

    Kambali pushes his cart filled with bottles of jamu (herbal medicine) to the Papringan market in Ngadiprono village. The jamu was sold by his wife on Sunday. JP/P.J.Leo

  • Yuli carries her grilling tools to the market. She usually grills traditional cakes. JP/P.J.Leo

    Yuli carries her grilling tools to the market. She usually grills traditional cakes. JP/P.J.Leo

  •  Visitors browse through bamboo crafts that are on display at the market. JP/P.J.Leo

    Visitors browse through bamboo crafts that are on display at the market. JP/P.J.Leo

  • Sanah serves a customer who bought a portion of nasi kuning (rice steamed in turmeric and served with side dishes). JP/P.J.Leo

    Sanah serves a customer who bought a portion of nasi kuning (rice steamed in turmeric and served with side dishes). JP/P.J.Leo

  • Located under the shade of bamboo trees, the market is popular for its traditional snacks. JP/P.J.Leo

    Located under the shade of bamboo trees, the market is popular for its traditional snacks. JP/P.J.Leo

  • Joana Stevens, an Australian who lives in Jakarta, exchanges her rupiah for bamboo “money” at the market cashier. JP/P.J.Leo

    Joana Stevens, an Australian who lives in Jakarta, exchanges her rupiah for bamboo “money” at the market cashier. JP/P.J.Leo

  •  Four boys enjoy grilled corn at the market. JP/P.J.Leo

    Four boys enjoy grilled corn at the market. JP/P.J.Leo

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