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Food Bazaar Pampers 2018 Asian Games Parade Visitors  
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Sunday, 13 May, 2018 | 11:52 WIB
Food Bazaar Pampers 2018 Asian Games Parade Visitors  

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Food bazaar enlivens the 2018 Asian Games Parade, Sunday, May 13. It took place in front of Jakarta City Hall, Jalan Medan Merdeka Selatan.

Approximately 20 seller tents of various foods and beverages lined up along the area of Medan Merdeka Selatan have begun to open its wares from around 06:00 pm.

Based on the observation, thousands of visitors have crowded the Car-Free Day area along Jalan MH Thamrin and Jenderal Sudirman.

Various foods and beverages are sold, namely gudeg Jogja, Banyumas pecel mendoan, uduk rice, also contemporary foods and drinks, such as handful-ice milo and Thai tea.

"Every Sunday I come to this car-free day event, there is an Asian Games carnival, so I watch and breakfast here," said Febri Yanto, a resident of Menteng, one of the visitors of the food bazaar in front of Jakarta City Hall.

The 2018 Asian Games Parade was opened by Vice President Jusuf Kalla to promote the Asian sports event in Jakarta and Palembang from 18 August to 2 September 2018.

Jusuf Kalla and his wife, Mufidah Jusuf Kalla, symbolically walked along with hundreds of parade participants from the National Monument to the Hotel Indonesia roundabout, including national athletes, students and various companies sponsoring the Asian Games.

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