In the past, traditional Indonesian cuisine is blended from recipes with spices that are kept secret by housewives. But now no longer, Indonesian cuisine has been worldwide, as evidenced by the coronation of fried rice and rendang as 2 of the 50 best food in the world version of CNN-Go in 2011.
That all is not separated from the wealth of spices available in Indonesia. Even in the 16th century, European countries raced to be the first in occupying this spice islands.
This is why Indonesian cuisine is so unique. The spice of choice grown here is blended into an incredibly diverse culinary, even you will find different cuisine variants from island to island.
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Jakarta is an amazing city. It has passed historical times not only for the cosmopolitan city itself, but also Indonesia as a whole. The location of Jakarta is so strategic, therefore the government, trade and commerce of the entire Indonesian archipelago are concentrated here and still survive until nowadays. Moreover, Jakarta is a city where Indonesian Independence was proclaimed on August 17, 1945 after passing through colonial for three centuries. Jakarta is also a place where Indonesia's modernization is expanding.
Travelers who have little time when visiting a new city, generally have a variety of problems and anxiety. With limited time, like just one or two days or maybe on the sidelines of a business trip want to tour briefly. There will be many questions that arise in the mind of whether the time is enough and can explore a new city to the maximum, but memorable and gain valuable experience.
Especially if the city visited has many amazing places. As in Indonesia; Jakarta as the Capital and in every other city save a lot of unique cultural and treasure trove of valuable experience that is a pity to miss.
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