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We visited this art market located within a recreation area which requires an entrance fee. The artists have their own small shops, but we found nothing of interest to us. Never saw another visitor/customer the entire time we explored this place.
You can visit it to learn more about Indonesian art. I personally find it boring and what is most important it is overpriced. if you want to buy a wooden bracelet it will cost you more than IDR 150,000. You can get 3 of the...More
We visited to try to find some crafts or artwork and while the booths have these things, many stores were closed and did not find any artwork (quite a variety of styles of painting) or sculptures or even batik that appealed. I know artwork is...More
This place used to be major destination on 80/90's, as the name which in english mean "Art Market", you can easily find lots of painting from local artist. You can have sketch of yourself/face with the painter there with reasonable price.
Some area has new...More
This is an interesting place to spend some time in Jakarta. Its part of an old amusement park. You can pick up typical Indonesia souvenirs here, such as wood carvings, paintings, clothing, etc. For better quality, try some of the large department stores in downtown...More
A street like blossom of art. You can art products everywhere. This is so much interesting than many big city as I think it reveals and reflects the life of local people, which embrace our travelling experience. Love this place very much.
This place is interesting. You meet the artists themselves if you are lucky. Your best bet is after 8pm or so. Thats the time i meet most of them
Each artist has one kiosk where they exhibit their work. Many works are left just like...More
We love going here and never get the feeling we have seen all the studios. Set out like a little village you can meander around from studio to studio meeting artists at work. Painters, sculptors, potters, and even the occasional musician. It's busier on weekends,...More