Again, I found the situation is just the same as Idul Fitri in Indonesia. Toward Christmas, every stores offer tons of discounts. And of course, stores are full with people. Really full. Long queuing in front of the cashier becomes regular thing to see. People with big shopping bags are also common to see in the streets. Surely, it’s just the same everywhere, no matter what kind of celebration that you have.
And just like in Idul Fitri, people also going home to celebrate Christmas with their family. Trains and flights are fully booked. What makes it different, people here don’t have to enter the train from the window to get a place.