Pasar is an Indonesian name for marketplace.
Traditionally each vendor will showcase their goods from fresh vegetables to fabrics.
They will be divided into sections: Fresh goods, dry goods and street food.
Those who love to haggle will try their luck on fresh goods and dry goods and later celebrate their purchases by visiting the street food section which is always a fixed price.
Bristol Indonesian Society chooses the Pasar Indonesia theme for their 5th annual event to highlight part of the Pasar life of the street food and dry goods. However, the prices of each produce at the festival are fixed price, offered by the Indonesian independent traders living in the UK.
What you will find:
- Visitors will find selections of Indonesian Street Food from Sate to Indonesian specialty groceries.
- To learn more about each vendor, please visit our meet and greet link.
- During the visit, customers will also be entertained by cultural performances and short films.
- For those looking to learn a new language, there will be a booth for Bahasa Indonesian Workshop and see how well one can haggle in Bahasa Indonesia.
More info about the vendors on Pasar Indonesia: