Mudik Season 2016 Report

The annual  mudik (or homecoming) season in Indonesia is possibly the biggest annual exodus the country has. The event is part of the homecoming culture to celebrate the end of Ramadhan month where Indonesians will travel for miles to go back to their hometowns and would spend their time with their extensive family members. Here is a report by Snapcart on this year’s Mudik season.

 

Snapcart Mudik 2016



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