Bajajs (ba-j-eye) can be found everywhere in Indonesia. They are covered Vespa (motor cycles) that are used as means of public transportation just like taxis. Bajajs have a seat for two people, but it seems that more than two get on sometimes. No, I have not gotten on it yet. I am always with my two-year-old and I am not going to get on it with her. If I have a chance to go out with an Indonesian friend and my child wasn’t with me, sure, why not? The thing I would probably not like is that you’re going to be inhaling the nasty exhaust while you’re on it. I imagine it would be safe since I usually see them drive slowly on the side of the road. I’m sure it’ll depend on the driver, but I haven’t seen them driving crazy like other motorcycles here. My Bahasa Indonesian teacher said that you have to negotiate the price before you get on it. That was how it was to take a taxi in Senegal, West Africa. I would negotiate the price before getting on and if the driver didn’t want to agree (probably because I was clearly a foreigner), I used to walk away. Then the driver would either drive off, which hardly happened to me, or stop me and say “hop on!” It’s a fun part of the cultural experience.