HOLIDAY Weekends at Mega Mall Batam, Residents Could Hunt Various Culinary Bazaars
Enjoying the weekend, one of the shopping centers in Batam city, Mega Mall Batam Center is holding a culinary tourism bazaar called 'Bakul Jadul'.
Editor: Putri Larasati Anggiawan
TRIBUNBATAM.id, BATAM - Enjoying the weekend, one of the shopping centers in Batam city, Mega Mall Batam Center, is holding a culinary tourism bazaar with the theme 'Bakul Jadul' Bazaar, which will take place from 14 August to 17 August.
This first bazaar comes with an outdoor concept located in Mega Mall parking lot.
This bazaar was apparently opened by Batam City Culture and Tourism Department (Disbudpar), where there are several traditional Indonesian food stands that can be a reference for enjoying weekend moments with family.
For people who want to do activities in this place, they are required to make a statement letter that contains an agreement to implement health protocols, such as the obligation to use a mask, maintain distance from other people, use hand sanitizers, and so on.
Uniquely, in this bazaar there are also tenants who sell typical Malay snacks such as putu plate cakes, lendot, and other snacks that are currently rarely found in other places.
As for the culinary offerings, various Indonesian snacks, such as pancakes, meatballs, and other market snacks.
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