Javanese lifestyle, Indonesia

Jogjakarta local

Becak (javanese rickshaw) îs omnipresent in the javanese metropolis streets. Inhabitants use it daily.

Becak on the right, Yogyakarta street

Becak on the right, Yogyakarta street (photo by B. Hervé)

Yogyakarta street

Yogyakarta street(photo by B. Hervé)

Yogyakarta street

Yogyakarta street (photo by B. Hervé)

Asians are used to eat at anytime of the day. Regular hour meals are not part of their habits. The street cuisine is a simple and cheap way to get a dish.

Yogyakarta street

Yogyakarta street (photo by B. Hervé)

Street cuisine, Yogyakarta

Street cuisine, Yogyakarta (photo by B. Hervé)

Street cuisine, Borobudur

Street cuisine, Borobudur (photo by B. Hervé)

Agriculture, growing rice in particular, is a sector of which labor force strongly depends on. It’s a main industry in the local economy unlike the Kawa Ijen workers and the sulphur industry not profitable anymore.

Rice field workers

Rice field workers (photo by B. Hervé)

Kawa Ijen workers

Kawa Ijen workers (photo by B. Hervé)

Kawa Ijen workers

Kawa Ijen workers (photo by B. Hervé)

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