Mudik during Ramadhan and Idul Fitri: an Indonesian culture

Otherwise those people won’t wait for their train for nearly 12 hours at Senen Station, Jakarta.

This situation and condition won’t fit your senses if you’re not part of Indonesian. Train stations, bus terminals, airports, seaports all around Indonesia are crowded by millions of people waiting for departure to go back to their hometown. They have similar objective: to get together with their family.

This is Idul Fitri, only in Indonesia.

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