Vespa, the Indonesian way!

Vespa has been a beloved fixture in Indonesia since its introduction to the nation in the 1950s. The classic Italian scooter has become an iconic symbol of youth and freedom in the Indonesian culture, often used as a symbol of rebellion.

Vespa culture in Indonesia is particularly visible in the cities of Jakarta, Bandung and Yogyakarta, where the scooters can often be seen on the streets. The culture has also been embraced in various films and books, such as Ayu Utami’s Saman, which features a Vespa as a key element of the plot.

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