For generations, Indonesians have bought their food and other household goods at traditional markets known as pasar. The term pasar can refer to a gathering of tukang sayur (vendors who sell off carts which go through residential kampungs, to a rough, temporary structure where sellers gather in the early morning, to the large, multi-storey buildings in large bustling cities.
And then there is Pasar Indofest! A bustling market-place set up in the heart of Adelaide in Victoria Square for one day only on Sunday, 1st October!! Here shoppers will find retail stalls selling a selection of Indonesian goodies including kain (cloth), baju (shirts/clothes) and oleh-oleh (souvenirs). There will also be a number of information stalls. See the list below for more information.
Beauty and Nails
Diaspora South Australia
Guy Morgan Architects
Human Appeal Living and Giving Store
Kizora+Kalyana Indonesia Fashion Products
Phil Hoffmann Travel
Ministry of Tourism, Republic of Indonesia
School of Languages
Success Tax Professionals
The Orangutan Project