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Traditional Market

  • A. Overview Bawah Market is one famous shopping center that has become iconic shopping attraction of Pekanbaru City. The market located at northern Pekanbaru is a shopping center that offers an abundance of antiques, household accessories, both made in within and outside the country. In addition, this market is also famously known as ... detail... »

  • A. Overview The concept of the place is one-stop shopping handicraft store that sells quality goods at relatively low prices. It offers handicrafts made of plant fiber such as fibers of water hyacinth, pandanus, and others. This kind of handicraft turns out to attract consumers as they are considered environment-friendly and more ... detail... »

  • A. Overview As a seafood culinary resort, Baron Fish Auction Market is new. It is yet to reach its 10th years now, but it has attracted countless visitors to come and get some fishes. Baron Fish Auction Market is open everyday, from 06.00 to 18.00 West Indonesian Standard Time, and offering fresh fishes. There are different kinds ... detail... »

  • A. Overview Wates Traditional Market is a market built and managed by the Government of Kulon Progo Regency in cooperation with private agencies. The cooperation is represented by business sites in form of shops, kiosks, sheds, and tents owned/managed by small and medium traders, private business or small scale and small capital ... detail... »

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    A. Overview Bantul Regency, Special Province of Yogyakarta deserves the title of handicraft center regency. One of the handicraft centers in Bantul Regency is Manding Village Leather Handicraft Center. Handicrafts from Manding are made from leather of preserved cow hide which are surely the favorite of many people. As can be ... detail... »

  • A. Overview Argosari Wonosari Market is the biggest traditional market in Gunungkidul Regency. The market is situated at the heart of Wonosari City and occupies a land as wide as 16,578 m2. It comprises 265 kiosks, 72 sheds, 2 management offices (usually called kemantren) and 1 security office. In this market there are not less than ... detail... »

  • A. Overview Traditional market is a shopping tourism spot which not only provides the basic necessities but also represents the beauty of Indonesia that needs to be preserved. In this place you can find many articles at low prices and of course you can bargain them. The bargaining is one that you do not find in modern market such a ... detail... »

  • A. Overview Kampong Ngasem is one of the batik sale centers in Yogyakarta. This kampong is an important place in the history of batik that it becomes the icon of Yogyakarta batik. A large number of Ngasem people earn their living by making and trading batik. And since the 19 century, it has been known as batik kampong. For that ... detail... »

  • A. Overview Everytime visiting a new place, it is a must for the visitors to go to the souvenir shops. If you have only little time, of course the souvenir shop in the hotel you are staying will do. The prices are comparably higher for sure than those outside the hotel and it will not give you a special memory like when you spend some ... detail... »

  • Malioboro


    A. Introduction In Yogyakarta, the city of memories as people name it, there is a legendary shopping area called Malioboro. The name is adopted from a British colonial who occupied Yogyakarta in 1811-1816 named Marlborough. Malioboro was deliberately built at the heart of Yogyakarta by the Indies government at early 19th century as ... detail... »

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  • A. Overview Visiting Beringharjo Market at Malioboro is an awesome experience. As the biggest traditional market, Beringharjo grew alongside the history of the City of Culture, Yogyakarta. The market is a concrete building and the oldest market with historical and philosophical values which cannot be separated from Yogyakarta Palace. ... detail... »

  • A. Brief Information You must be well acquaintance with second-hand goods market. Almost every town in Indonesia has this kind of market, including metropolitan towns such as Jakarta, Bandung, and Surabaya. The existence of second-hand goods market is supported by those people who like to hunt second-hand antiques for their collection ... detail... »

  • A. Brief Information In the past, amongst the Javanese community especially the noble community (priyayi), the possession of material symbols identified social status and prestige. One of the symbols was birds. For Javanese people, having birds as pets was a symbol of klangenan and social status. This also identified one`s high taste ... detail... »

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