7-Eleven in Indonesia

In case you’re wondering how 7-Eleven in Indonesia, I have some photos to show to y’all guyz. Near from my home there is a 7-Eleven store, only maybe just 200 meters away. In my country, 7-Eleven is bigger than they have in Japan and Thailand. This is not about the variety of products but about the area. Indonesians love to sit and chit-chatting with friends so the 7-Eleven Indonesia owners changed the concept adapting Indonesian culture, yes we have several chairs and tables in each 7-Eleven store so we can relax and dine in.

I have been to 7-Eleven in Japan and Thailand. The numbers of 7-Eleven stores in Indonesia is much less than those countries. We already have Indomaret and Alfamart, brands of minimarket here, so we don’t have 7-Eleven in each corner of our city like in Japan or Thailand. Kinds of product sold more or less similar, I mean not the brands, but snacks, candies, instant noodles, beverages, cigarettes, Slurpee, bakeries, and hot dog. But in our country, 7-Eleven products of ready to eat (?!) is not as various as in Japan or Thailand. We have some rice, pudding, sandwich, and so on.

Every 7-Eleven has ATM machines, most of them have Bank CIMB Niaga and Sinarmas, but near my home has also Bank Mandiri and Bank Panin. Each 7-Eleven also has Sevelin which is a machine where we can buy concert tickets or credits for phone. I’m not sure whether we can buy plane tickets there.

Well no more words… here some photos for youuu to see and scroll!

Chicken Katsu, Fried Chicken, Karaage, and so on...


New product. But me don't like it :(

There are some imported snacks too.

We don't have many varieties like those in Thailand :(

Sevelin machine.

Is it similar with 7-Eleven in your country? ^^


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