Win a trip to Indonesia!

11 May, 2012

Indonesian day and charity bazaar in the garden of the embassy with cultural program, food and valuable prizes! Spend an exciting day in Indonesia on the 23rd of May!

This month the delegation of the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy from Indonesia will visit Hungary. On this occasion the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia will hold an open house day with a charity bazaar in the garden of the Embassy. The income of the bazaar will be spent in Hungary for charity purposes.

The visitors can experience the unique culture of Indonesia: the refined music, enchanting dances and exciting cuisine. This event, however will be centered around the arts and crafts. You can see how some of the specialities of Indonesia, the batik, the tenun or the songket are made and you will have a rare chance to buy from these hand-made products.

Every customer will receive raffle tickets in the value of their purchases. The Embassy will draw winners for valuable prizes four times through the day. The grand prize will be drawn at the end of the event. The grand prize is a round trip ticket from Budapest to Jakarta! Don’t miss the chance to visit this truly fabulous country, Indonesia!

 

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