Kaki-Lima literally means "five feet" in Indonesia refers to a roving street vendors selling assorted kinds of snacks and foods all over Indonesia. They very often sell one type of snack and among the most famous street foods are Nasi Goreng, Indonesian fried rice dish and Pisa Goreng which is a snack made of sweet and sticky deep-fried bananas.

Kaki-Lima or "five feet" refers to the feet of the vendor and the 3 wheels of the cart.

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