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Mangga Dua Square, Jakarta

Categories: Shopping Malls, Shopping
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2.8/5 based on 95+ reviews on the web
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  • Cukup nyaman Karena jari 1 dengan mall mangga Dua Square Dan wisata belanja dimana2 dekat karena di pusat kota Jakarta Pusat 
  • Centrally located mall but many shops close early before 8pm. Ate at a little restaurant on the ground floor. 
  • If you are looking for a mall where the locals go, this is it. No fancy stuff here, just all the normal day to day type stores and restaurants. Large Carrefour in the basement. Occupancy is well under...  read more »
  • not so crowded mall, there's some used cars showrooms in the basement alot of children's activities spots the parking space is quite good, I could've always got a nice parking spot there's not so much restaurants one thing that I hate about the mall, is that the no smoking regulation from the goverment didn't really apply, and in the lower ground and on some level of the mall there's sometimes alot of incense smokes which I think really annoying considering it is a mall with a limited air circulation from the air conditioning system
  • Didn't really liked this mall because it seemed to be run down a little. In the bottom floors you had all these shops and restaurants that seems to be a very lively place, but the higher up you go, the more depressing it got due to the many many closed garages dominating the scene, transmitting a very sad yet empty feeling about this mall besides all those little shops opened between the closed garages. The food hall on the top floor was also one of the highlights there as you had many many local restaurants there serving their foods. The food hall was also a relatively busy place. The money changers here exchanged my euros in the highest rates I've ever had in Indonesia, which is also a reason why it's really worth mentioning to get your currencies exchanged here too. In my conclusion, just do not go there too often for a stroll or anything because it gets depressing after a while when seeing all these closed garages. It's a good place for shopping clothes, electronics and for food at the food hall.
  • AW restaurant, Bakmi GM, KFC, Wendy's, Breadtalk, Jco, Sense, Novotel, Ibis. Amaris, Neo, Carrefour
  • This shopping centre gets quite nowadays. I like the specialty convenience store sold many imported product especially from Malay and China. Carrefour, Jco, and Breadtalk are also located inside this mall.
  • This place has seen better days. Some shops were vacant and shops seem to close in the evening. It was difficult to get a taxi. Many drivers refused to use their meter or quoted exorbitant amounts. The doorman/traffic staff offered to get a cab for me for 100k to a location that coat only 18k.
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