The atmosphere of traditional Indonesia market selling a variety of snacks and snacks such as chicken porridge Bandung, meatballs, pecel, warm, combro, mpek-mpek Palembang, cingur salad, rice complete with Balado jengkol Padang, look at the Sunday Market event held in Robertseidelhof, Zurich, Switzerland. Since the morning was busy arranging merchandise sellers, while visitors who came straight line buy various snacks are also available for sale and dry food and other kitchen purposes that are sold in Indonesia Market Versand. Organizing Coordinator, Yanthi Sidler, as quoted by Antara on Tuesday (01/24), said the activities of Sunday Market is held the third week of every month in addition to fulfilling the public demand for Indonesia as a forum for the promotion of culinary Indonesia also while shopping groceries. He said these activities are also aimed at charities where most of the profits donated to an Orphanage home area of West Java. He asserted at this time, he is completing a project to make the stall so that the orphanage is able to meet the needs of the future and not depend on social contributions. More and more visitors to multiply during the rooms used are not able to accommodate visitors, who are relatives of the people of Indonesia and his friends from various nations.
Patiently awaiting visitors are served food vendors who prepare the day before, and diligently listening to explanations about the atmosphere of traditional markets in Indonesia. Unique market atmosphere seems sorely missed Indonesian people who come from all over Switzerland, of whom lived in Zuerich, Baden, Lausanne even from Bodensee in Germany and from Lugano near the Italian border.In between their busy eating food that was scarce, but that they also had the opportunity to get Indonesia Destinations Indonesia tourist destination promotion magazine, which published the Embassy there. The next week the market will be held on February 19, 2012 starting at 11:00 until 17:00 hours, and hoped the community could come early. "Do not wait for daylight to visit the Sunday Market," said Yanthi.In these activities at two o'clock most of the foods are sold out, just look here and there who still enjoy a meal accompanied by coffee eclairs, kelepon, porridge marrow, shaved salad, and banana molen. How, you are interested in visiting Indonesia Traditional markets that exist in Switzerland?