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Alun Alun Indonesia, Jakarta

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TripAdvisor
  • Nothing particularly exciting about this place, located on the 3rd floor of the Indonesia Grand mall. Maybe good if you're looking for something with a definite Indonesian theme.  more »
  • Large selection of high quality Indonesian handicrafts and artwork. Prices are commensurate with the quality so not an inexpensive place to shop. Service levels can be spotty as asking for assistance ...  more »
  • Walked away with 4 Indonesian 'kimono'/shrugs in great materials and motifs. Mid to prices, impressive range. A must-visit retail destination!  more »
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  • My favourite place for buying local Indonesian things. It's a one stop shop that covers various ethnic art styles covering the entire fashion, home and lifestyle requirements. They have some of the classics that I always find but they also keep adding new products. There is also a gifting and books section and a small coffee shop that just completes this one place.
  • This is the place to buy anything really Indonesian. Clothes, jewelry, souvenir, traditional crafts and even a coffee shop and a restaurant.
  • A very expensive store to buy anything Indonesian from gifts to batik, crafts to food and cosmetics. Collections are pretty varied and excellent quality and design.
  • Come to alun alun Indonesia if you need souvenirs from Indonesia
  • The restaurant is in a shopping mall, the theme is traditional Javanese, batik and wood. Simple but pleasant enough. There's a smoking area (which is probably illegal inside a building) and a non smoking area divided by; air not glass. The food is traditional Javanese warung , and prices are a little expensive. ~50k for a fried rice?! The food itself is not exciting nor too tasty. A lukewarm reheated affair. What you would expect from a road side stall. For the steep prices here service should be a LOT better, not unfriendly but slow and no smiles... The staff are a little aloof. Conclusion? Spend your money at the food court, better good, but better prices and better service there.