If you are a white foreigner (locally known as bule) you tend to get stared at in places where few white foreigners go, but overall, Indonesians stand back and look, rather than gather around you. Those who do come right up to you are usually kids. The other habit which altogether ordinary to Indonesians is touching between those of the same gander.
This is the universal greeting given to white foreigners regardless of whether the person who is addressed is male or female. The less advanced English students know only “Mister” and “how are you”, which they will enthusiastically yell at white foreigners many times.
When we in the small island of Air Manis beach, we met 3 local kids... and they reallyyyy nice and friendly to everybody... and one of the kid climb to the tree and pick jambu Kaliang (black guava), the taste..... delicious....
padang food is probably one of the most popular food in indonesia. you can find it everywhere in indonesia and always moslem friendly.
the taste is very spicy and usually people eat it with their bare hand.
the way they serve the food is also unique. they put everything on your table and you don't have to eat everything of course.
they usually don't put price either, but usually it's not that expensive.
Sometimes we can see this wedding with full wedding dress and accessoriss on the street... while they walking to the groom's house....:)