In Indonesia you don’t have to worry about finding places to eat! Warungs* or street sellers with trasnportable warungs are everywhere, even on small beaches or in places in which you wouldn’t have think of!

*A warung (old spelling waroeng) is a type of small family-owned business – often a casual shop or a modest small restaurant or café – and is an essential part of daily life in Indonesia.

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