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Popular Souvenir Shops in Bandung

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Listed below are shops where tourists and residents hunt for their souvenirs in Bandung. Information gathered below is independently written ("no-sponsor") and if you think your favourite gift shop(s) is not yet listed below, please do send us an email and we will review it.

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Aroma Pabrik & Toko Kopi (Aroma Factory and Coffee Shop)

This shop, run since 1930 by an Indonesian Chinese family. Initiated by Tan Houw Sian and currently managed by Widya Pratama, the owner. It is said that their coffees are chemical free. Their coffees are brought directly from coffee plantations in Aceh, Medan, Lampung, Java, Flores and Toraja.


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The Robusta coffee can be stored for about 5 years and 8 years for the Arabica coffee. Aroma coffee factory and shop has been using the same old machine for processing their coffee since 1930, using firewood and no chemical added. They make their coffee as natural as it can be.


Location:Jl. Banceuy No. 51
Telephone:+62 22 4230473
Fax:+62 22 4232648
Price range:Robusta coffee Rp. 12,500/250 grams, Arabica coffee Rp. 17,500/250 grams
Opening hours:Monday-Saturday 8am-3pm. Closed on public holidays
Nearby facilities:ATMs
Nearby attractions:Pasar Baru
How to get there:by angkot: take the "Gd. Bage"-"St. Hall" angkot and get off in front of the BRI Banceuy (bank) office. The Aroma shop is about 100 meters (109 yards) from there. Other option is by short walking from Pasar Baru to Aroma Factory and Coffee Shop (it will take about 5 minutes)
Remarks:visitor can visit the factory when the owner (Mr. Widya Pratama) is present. It is suggested to call in advance before 12pm to organize the visit with maximum of 15 people.

DenHaag Klapertaart

DenHaag, which was opened in 2005, sells the famous the Dutch klapertaart, and among the most popular flavours sold in the store are: the original and the cheese klapertaart.


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Location:Jl. Ir. H. Juanda (Jl. Dago) No. 106
Telephone:+62 22 92157765
Opening hours:Monday-Saturday, 8:00am-7:30pm, Sunday, 10:30am-7:30pm
Price range:wet klappertaart Rp. 13,000-Rp. 94,000 and Rp. 8,000-Rp. 45,000 for dry klappertaart
Facilities:parking area
Nearby facilities:restaurants, cafes, hospital, ATMs, hotels
Nearby attractions:ITB, JetSet, Grande, Uptown, Episode, Blossom, Kartika Sari
How to get there:from Jalan Merdeka, take an angkot heading to Dago and get off in front of DenHaag Klappertaart. It costs Rp. 2.000 for a 10-minute journey
Remarks:cash, debit and credit card payments are accepted. The shop is quite small, so you have to pay a close attention when trying to find it along Jl. Ir. H. Juanda. For delivery services within Bandung call +62 22 92400520 (daily, 6am-6pm), to Jakarta call +62 22 91257279 (daily, 6am-12pm).





Elina Keramik

Elina Keramik is a ceramic workshop and gallery producing souvenirs from clay since 2001. Their products are handmade fashion accessories, interior and exterior decorations, and daily used products, such as glasses, tea pots, ashtrays, and so on. They also provide product design with the typical images of Bandung, such as Gedung Sate, "batik", and so forth.


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In here, visitors can also see the manufacturing process of ceramics, which consist of some techniques (molding, slab, twist), the combustion process, and the coloring process (glazing).


Location:Jl. Taman Pramuka No. 181
Telephone:+62 22 7208402
Fax:+62 22 7234570
Opening hours:daily, 8am-5pm
Facilities:restaurant, musholla (praying room for Muslims), toilet, Wi-Fi
Nearby facilities:ATMs, mosque, hotels, pharmacy, mini market
Nearby attractions:factory outlets along Jl. R. E. Martadinata
How to get there:from Heritage factory outlet at Jl. R. E. Martadinata, take angkot that goes to Margahayu and get off in front of Kongkow Restaurant. From there, continued walking for approximately 0.07 miles to the south
Remarks:it is suggested to make a prior appointment with them for a group visit with more than 20 persons.

Galeri Cupumanik - Wayang Golek Gallery

Cupumanik Gallery was founded by H. Herry Hermawan in 1980. Graduated from the Faculty of Art and Design, Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB), Herry Hermawan is an artist who interested in scupltures. He built his workshop and gallery to accommodate the crafters from around Purwakarta, Jawa Barat. In 1987, Herry Hermawan received the Upakarti Award for his dedication on Sundanese culture from the then Indonesian President Soeharto.


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Today, the gallery is managed by his doughter, Ms. Shanty and has around 40 employees. Their wayang puppets is well known either in Bandung or other regions in Indonesia, such as Surabaya, Bali, Yogyakarta, and so on. Apart from that, they also sell many kinds Sundanese crafts, such as angklung miniatures, gamelans, and many more. Price ranges of wayang golek are start from Rp. 50,000 to Rp. 3,000,000.


Location:Jl. (Gang) Haji Akbar No. 10
Telephone/Fax:+62 22 4239456
Website:www.cupumanik_wayang.indonetwork.co.id
Email:cupumanikwayanggolek@yahoo.com
Admission charges:free, althought a group visit of students need to pay Rp. 12,000/person (merchandise included)
Opening hours:Monday-Friday, 8am-4pm, Saturday 8am-2pm, Sunday and public holiday closed (it will be opened as a request)
Facilities:toilets, food area
Nearby facilities:ATMs, mini markets
Nearby attractions:Kartika Sari, Istana Plaza
How to get there: The access road to Jalan/Gang Haji Akbar is via Jalan Kebonkawung (just north of Bandung main train station), approx. 250 meters (273 yards) from Jalan Pasirkaliki or 400 meters (437 yards) from Jalan Cicendo (or the Governor's house - Gedung Pakuan)
By angkot: take the one to "St Hall" or main train station, inform the driver that you want to go to Jalan Kebonkawung. For instance, from Setrasari mall take an angkot heading to St.Hall and get off in front of Jalan (Gang) Haji Akbar (fare: Rp. 2,500, about 20-minute journey)
Remarks:visitors can watch how the employees manufacture wayang golek. Cash payment only. The maximum number of visitors are 50 guests.

Gallery Tatarah

Gallery TatarahGaleri Tatarah was founded in 1935 and it is renowned for its naturalist paintings. It has been run from generation to generation. Today Mr. Bagja Wijatma, the third generation of the family, is in charge of the gallery. Galeri Tatarah collects many paintings, either from Bandung or from other regions in Indonesia. They have also old paintings made in the 1920’s in their shop.

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Domestic and foreign tourists from France, Germany, USA, and Japan, as well as art collectors have ever come here. Usually they look for naturalist paintings, such as the Mount Merapi (1965) and other beautiful paintings. Apart from paintings, Galeri Tatarah also sells Indonesia and Indian gems.


Location:Jl. Braga No. 77
Telephone:+62 22 4217111, +62 85223717281 (Mr. Bagja Wijatma)
Opening hours:Monday-Saturday 8am-7pm, Sunday 9am-2pm
Nearby facilities:ATM, money changer, hotel, mini markets, restaurants
Nearby attractions:Jalu Braga, Statues of Student Soldier and Women Soldier
How to get there:within walking distance from Jalan Asia Afrika and Jalan Merdeka (approx. 1.2 kilometers/0.75 miles from Bandung Indah Plaza, Hyatt hotel or Santika hotel) if you want to take an angkot from Jalan Merdeka then look for the one that goes in the "St Hall" direction from "Sukajadi" or "Dago" (fare: Rp. 1,500, 5 minutes ride) and tell the driver you want to stop close to Jalan Braga
Remarks:Gallery Tatarah also sells paintings and other kind of local arts. Debit and credit card payments available.

Jabar Craft Center

Jabar Craft CenterJabar Craft Center is owned and run by the West Java Provincial Government and established in August 2006. This shop sells souvenirs, such as wayang golek, angklung, batik, ceramics, and so on and apart from a shop, Jabar Craft Center also acts as a promotion and information center for West Java Province.

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Location:Jl. Ir.H. Juanda No. 19
Telephone:+62 22 4203914
Website:www.dekranasjabar.com
Email:info@dekranasjabar.com
Opening hours:Monday-Friday 9am-4pm. Closed on public holiday
Facilities:information center and toilets
Nearby attractions:BIP, Bank Indonesia Buiding
How to get there: On foot from Riau junction, go to the left and walk for about 200 meters (218 yards)
By angkot: take an angkot heading into "Kalapa-Dago" direction, then get off in front of this Craft Center
Remarks:owned and operated by local government. Jabar Craft Center sells mostly wayang golek, batik and angklung. Cash payment only.

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Jalu Braga

Jalu Braga offers a wide range of paintings made by local artists, from contemporary painters, abstract, expressionist to the naturalist. Jalu Braga also sells handicrafts. Some artists also offers face painting sketches, which costs around Rp. 100,000 to Rp. 8,500,000 for portrait painting.


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Location:Jl. Braga No. 29
Opening hours:daily, 9am-9pm
Facilities:toilets, musholla (praying room for Muslims)
Nearby facilities:ATM, hotel, mini markets, restaurants
Nearby attractions:Museum Asia Africa, Galeri Tatarah, Savoy Homann
How to get there: Within walking distance from Jalan Asia Afrika and Jalan Merdeka (approx. 1.2 kilometers/0.75 miles from Bandung Indah Plaza, Hyatt hotel or Santika hotel)
If you want to take an angkot from Jalan Merdeka then look for the one that goes in the "St Hall" direction from "Sukajadi" or "Dago" (fare: Rp. 1,500 for about 5 minutes ride) and tell the driver you want to stop close to Jalan Braga
Remarks: you can order paintings by meeting directly Mr. Yana Rais (a painter) or sending an email to Yana Rais Art at yeifal@yahoo.co.id or yanaraiis@gmail.com. Prices are negotiable. Jalu Braga has been closed at this address since late 2013.

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Your Comments on Souvenir Shops in Bandung: (3 comments)


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JoTravelGuide.com 30 Sep 2013

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Hi Wiliana, thanks for your visit. Toko Sin Sin is already covered here :)

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wiliana 28 Sep 2013

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I think you miss toko sin sin, jalan braga 59. It sells very high quality souvenirs and art.
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Santo Budi 16 May 2013

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mas permisi saya numpang tanya nih , oleh" cindera mata yang berbentuk kaca dimana yah ?
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