SHOP AT JAKARTA

GRAND INDONESIA MALL

Address: Kav 28-30 Jln. M.H. Thamrin 1, Jakarta 10110,Indonesia

Phone : (021) 23850001

Grand Indonesia Shopping Town is spread over two main buildings, the West and East Mall, and is linked by a multi-level bridge. The shopping centre is spread over eight levels and is divided into three main districts, Specialty Zone, Main Zone and Crossroads of the World district

CENTRAL PARK

Address : Kav 28 Grogol Jln. Letjen S. Parman, Jakarta11470, Indonesia

Phone :  (021) 56985769

Central Park in Jakarta, Indonesia is a mixed-use complex including a shopping mall, an office tower, 3 apartments, and a hotel covering an area of about 655,000 m2 (7,050,000 sq ft) located in the district of Grogol Petamburan, West Jakarta created by the Agung Podomoro Group.

It is named after the original Central Park in New York City. Central Park Jakarta is situated in between Mall Taman Anggrek and Mall Ciputra. It also features a musical fountain at the park area with daily shows.

MALL TAMAN ANGGREK

Address : Jln. Tanjung Duren Timur II 2, Jakarta 11470,Indonesia

Phone : (021) 5643777

Mall Taman Anggrek, translated to "Orchid Garden Mall" in English (also known as MTA or TA), is a shopping mall in Grogol Petamburan, West Jakarta, Indonesia. The mall itself is named after a real orchid garden which occupied the building site prior to construction.

The shopping mall was one of the largest in Southeast Asia when opened in 1996. The mall is nestled within eight residential towers and houses more than 500 specialized stores, spread within seven floors. The mall has a gross leasable area (lettable retail space) of 110,000 m2 (1,200,000 sq ft) and a total building area of 360,000 m2 (3,900,000 sq ft).

Throughout the complex, there are more than 10 exhibition areas, including a 1000-square-meter center atrium which host major events and exhibitions. The mall also boasts Southeast Asia's first indoor ice rink. Taman Anggrek also host the world's largest LED display recorded by Guinness World Record.

Mall Taman Anggrek is owned and managed by Indonesia's Mulia Group, and designed by Altoon & Porter Architects (Los Angeles).

Since 2015 Mal Taman Anggrek started a yearly event for Design Student in Jakarta called Jakarta in Motion.

TANAH ABANG

Address : Jln. Fachrudin 5, Jakarta 10250 - Indonesia

Phone : (021) 5491468

Tanah Abang is a subdistrict of Central Jakarta, Indonesia. The subdistrict hosts the biggest textile market in Southeast Asia, Tanah Abang Market. Tanah Abang subdistrict is also the location of Bung Karno Stadium (in Kelurahan Gelora) and the western half of the Sudirman Central Business District.

Oil painting depicting the tomb of Heinrich Kuhl and Johan Coenraad van Hassel. The monument was designed by the painter / architect Antoine Payen (1792-1853). Kuhl (1796-1821) and Coenraad van Hasselt (1797-1823) were members of the Committee on Physics in the Netherlands Indies. The monument stands on the famous Tanah Abang cemetery of the former Batavia.
Tanah Abang is also the name of two historic roads located in Kelurahan South Petojo, Gambir Subdistrict. One of these roads, Tanah Abang 1, is known as the location of a former Dutch Cemetery, now a museum called Museum Taman Prasasti. The cemetery is the burial place of Olivia Mariamne Devenish, Eurasian wife of Stamford Raffles.[1]

The Textile Museum, generally known to be located in Tanah Abang Subdistrict, is actually located in West Jakarta (Kelurahan Kota Bambu Selatan, Palmerah Subdistrict). The museum is identified with Tanah Abang Subdistrict because it is located close to the boundary of the two subdistricts.

 

PACIFIC PLACE

Address : Jalan Jend Sudirman Kav 52-53, Jakarta,Indonesia

Phone : (021) 51402828

The Pacific Place Jakarta is a shopping mall located in the Sudirman Central Business District, Senayan, South Jakarta,Indonesia. The building is divided into three different sections: the six-floor Pacific Place mall, the One Pacific Place office center, and the three tower The Ritz-Carlton Pacific Place hotel. The mall opened in November 2007.

SHOP AT LOMBOK / NTB

SUKARARA

For those who like variety Sukarara stop into the fabric of the archipelago. The village is located in the district Jonggot, Central Lombok district is songket production centers Lombok. Although still using traditional looms but the beauty of songket Sukarara has become a byword. Here you will see the women weave demonstrate expertise. Price songket they produce range from Rp. 100 thousand to Rp. 5 million depending on the complexity of motives. Besides songket, Sukarara also produce weaving.

MATARAM CRAFT CENTER

Mataram Craft Centre (MCC) located in Sekarbela, Mataram. Here you can buy souvenirs of Lombok pearl jewelry. Sekarbela Along the way you will find a lot of pearl jewelry store.
Lombok pearl consists of two types of sea water pearls and freshwater pearls. Freshwater pearl much cheaper price that is tens of thousands to hundreds of thousands. Whereas sea water pearls prices reached tens of millions of rupiah. Pearl jewelry that can be bought in this place in the form of necklaces, bracelets, brooches, watches, etc.

DESA BANYUMULEK

Banyumulek is a village located in the district of Kediri, West Lombok regency, West Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia. Banyumulek an industrial centers throughout the island of Lombok pottery since the 1990s, in which 80% of the population engaged in such work. In this place, you can buy a wide variety of unique furnishings are decorated with pearls or shells cukli.

DESA ADAT SADE

Sade indigenous village located in central Lombok. The distance is about 15 km from its International Airport Lombok. In this traditional village, you can shop craft Fabric Lombok. You can also try to weave together the mothers there. In addition to woven cloth, here also you can buy unique bracelets and necklaces.

Taman Hutan Suranadi

Suranadi forest park is famous for Culinary Typical Lombok travel, especially Sate bulayak. The place is very crowded when holidays and weekends. In the Garden Suranadi, Lombok Barat you can buy typical souvenirs such as dodol Lombok. Miscellaneous dodol made of sticky rice with a sense of jackfruit, soursop and other fruit flavors can be found here.