Former Indonesian Formula One driver Rio Haryanto’s racing car had the same colour scheme as a MetroMini but that’s where the similarity stops. You sometimes see one of these distinctive orange and blue minibuses lying in a twisted wreck at a level crossing, the pressured driver having crept around the barrier and into the path of a train. But don’t worry, your route is unlikely to cross any railway lines. Expect to share your ride not only with stoic fellow passengers, but also with street-urchin cigarette sellers, stony-faced beggars and guitar-playing buskers (“I could be getting on to rob you, but instead I’m performing, so pay up!”). Typical fare: Rp4,000, payable to the conductor upon entry.