Spiced Coffee
       
     
Inflatable Unicorns
       
     
China Town
       
     
Maghrib
       
     
Batik Town
       
     
Spiced Coffee
       
     
Spiced Coffee

A woman prepares a cup of spiced coffee in her nameless hole-in-the-wall coffee shop in the Arab Quarter. As the name suggests, this part of Surabaya was once dominated by immigrants from the Middle East. The Arabs reached Southeast Asia long before the Europeans did. They traded goods such as spices with the Javanese and introduced Islam.

Inflatable Unicorns
       
     
Inflatable Unicorns

A man is seen carrying an inflatable unicorn at the Puka Beach. Apart from the puka shells, this beach in Boracay is also known for gorgeous sunsets.

China Town
       
     
China Town

Chinese men congregate at the plaza in the China Town to play mahjong and have a few bottles of beer.

Maghrib
       
     
Maghrib

A teenage girl in white veil goes to a mosque to pray.

Parangtritis, Indonesia.

Batik Town
       
     
Batik Town

A man in batik shirt moves his motorbike to the side of the street in Plered, Cirebon. Plered is a small district known for 'Batik Cirebon'. Each city or province in Indonesia has its own unique batik design.