$70 (give or take, based on the exchange rate) yielded me 4 incredible batik tops the likes of which would be hard to find in the US and will be memorable souvenirs, 12 scarves for gifts for friends (and me), a darling toddler dress, and a couple of cheesy, but cute, doorstops. I could have spent another hour searching for sarongs, tableware, etc., but didn't want to abuse dear hubby who is not a shopper. Not really sure how you try things on here: I slipped them on over my t-shirt and hubby served as my 'mirror' to ensure fit + attractiveness. Definitely helps to go with a friend. And don't be afraid to ask the staff (pantomime works) if you want to find something: I wanted to find scarves and never would have found them without asking. If you want a more upscale experience (slightly pricer and definitely less junk to wade through), stop at Batik Keris up the street beforehand to browse and stop back afterwards to pick up anything you didn't find at Mirota. PS: if you can handle shopping for clothes at Marshalls/TJMaxx, you can handle sifting through the racks of batik here. Plus -- it's a Yogja institution!