Tags : Commercial Street
Timings : 8:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Time Required : 1-2 hrs
Entry Fee : No entry fee
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Located in the Sawah Besar subdistrict of Central Jakarta, Pasar Baru is an administrative district and one of the oldest shopping districts in the city. The Pasar Baru street is lined with shops selling a wide range of products, from clothing to footwear, cosmetics to watches, electronic items to musical instruments along with roadside eateries serving dumplings, noodles and meatballs. The traditional market known for display of Indonesian, Chinese and Indian Cultures is a great place for shopaholics and foodies.
Another reason for you to pay a visit to Pasar Baru is food, which can be found at every nook and corner of the market. Javanese, Indian and Chinese dishes being sold by restaurants, as well as local street food vendors. The food is so delicious that it's a must-try. The Pasar Baru market of Jakarta is one of those oldest markets in the city which has continued to grow and attract people towards its sense of simplicity and tradition.
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