Today we went to walk around the historic Beringharjo Pasar, where you can buy anything from clothing to food to herbal medicine all under a single roof.
The market has been in the same location since 1758, but the current building was built in 1925.
There are different types of sugar available in large crystals.
Of course there is a huge array of fruits and vegetables available.
And you might even find a jackfruit as big as tour toddler.
There is row after row of these little multicolored disks that look like chips that are a favorite local snack called krupuk:
When you fry them in oil, they puff up to many times their original size.
The best part of the market is the part where you can buy all kinds of snacks, including these delicious coconut balls: