Shopping Centers in Bandung

Most Popular Shopping Centers in Bandung

Balubur Shopping Center

Balubur Shopping Centre is a one stop shopping center consists of a variety of tenants, such as clothing, shoes, electronic products, and many more. Some merchants in this shopping center are derived from the Balubur traditional market, which was closed by the local government. Similar to “the old Balubur”, the new Balubur also offers office and school stationery items: paper, paper clips, pen, pencil, book, and so forth.


Location:Jalan Kebon Bibit, Tamansari, near Pasupati flyover
Telephone:+62 22 4208440
Operating hours:daily, 10am-10pm
Facilities:parking area, toilets, foodcourt
Nearby attraction:ITB, Arena Wisata Andong and Horse Riding
Nearby facilities:restaurants, internet cafés, mini markets, distribution stores (distro)
How to get there:from Jalan Merdeka, take an angkot that goes to Dago and get off at Jalan Sulanjana (fare: Rp. 1,500 in 5 minutes). From there, take the one that goes to Ledeng and stop right in front of the mall (fare: Rp. 1,000 in 3 minutes)
Remarks:traffic in front of Balubur Shopping Center can be quite dense, especially on weekends.

Bandung Indah Plaza (BIP)

Bandung Indah Plaza was established in 1999. It is one of the oldest modern shopping center and located in downtown Bandung. This mall is said to be the mall with the highest number of visitors in West Java for almost 20 years by the Indonesia Shopping Center Management Association of West Java province in 2010. Currently it has about 230 tenants and recorded one million customer traffics monthly.


Location:Jl. Merdeka No. 56
Telephone:+62 22 4230850
Fax:+62 22 4240336
Email:bip.news@bipcitycentral.com, customer.service@bipcitycentral.com
Opening hours:10pmdaily, 10am-10pm
Facilities:ATM center, toilet, smooking room, parking area, restaurant and café, cinema
Nearby facilities:money changer, pharmacy, shopping centers
Nearby attractions:Jabar Craft Center, Bank Indonesia Building, Kedai Soes Miniku
How to get there:by angkot: take "Dago-Kalapa" direction and get off right in front of the Plaza
Remarks:a popular place for local teenagers to hang out. Usually, there are long queues to cinemas during weekends and public holidays. Some tenants accept credit and debit cards payment. Monthly calendar of events is available at the information center (next to entrance door).

Bandung Electronic Center (BEC)

Founded in 2002, Bandung Electronic Center is located in a strategic area, between north Bandung and downtown Bandung. BEC is the first electronic mall in Bandung and sells a wide range of electronic gadgets, such as hand-phones, computers, notebooks, netbooks, as well as accessories, and so on.


Location:Jl. Purnawarman No. 13-15
Telephone:+62 22 4205100
Fax:+62 22 4203770
Website:www.istanabec.com
Email:management@istanabec.com
Opening hours:daily, 10am-9pm
Facilities:free Wi-Fi, ATMs, foodcourt, meeting room, parking area
Nearby facilities:money changer, pharmacy, shopping center
Nearby attractions:Jabar Craft Center, Bank Indonesia Building
How to get there:located behind "Gramedia" bookshop, which is located in front of Bandung Indah Plaza (see above)
Remarks:some tenants offer special discount and 0% interest rate for certain credit cards holders. Monthly calendar of events is available at the information center (next to entrance door).

Braga CityWalk


Location:Jl. Braga No. 99-101
Telephone:+62 22 4224797
Fax:+62 22 4260531
Website:www.bragacitywalk.net
Opening hours:daily, 10am-9pm
Facilities:toilets, parking area
Nearby facilities:ATMs, hotels, mini markets, restaurants
Nearby attractions:Jl. Braga, Military Museum Mandala Wangsit, Statues of Student Soldier and Women Soldier
How to get there:from Jl. Merdeka, take an angkot that goes to St. Hall and get off at the intersection of Jl. Suniaraja and Jl. Braga (fare: Rp. 2,000 for a 5-minute of journey), then take a walk for approximately 0.04 miles to the mall.

BTC Fashion Mall

As its name suggests, BTC Fashion Mall offers mostly (almost 70%) fashion products, such as clothes, accessories, bags, shoes, scrafs, and so on. Founded in 2003, BTC Fashion Mall occupies an area of 13,000 square meters and today has 600 tenants. Apart from that, it also has music course and music therapy for children with autism.


Location:Jl. Dr. Djundjunan No. 143-149 Bandung
Telephone:+62 22 6033845
Fax:+62 22 6126060
Email:btcfashionmall@yahoo.co.id
Opening hours:daily, 9am-9pm
Facilities:parking area, toilets, nursery room, hotspot area, ATMs
Nearby facilities:hotels, ATM, supermarket, minibus shuttle services
Nearby attractions:Pasteur Hyper Point, Setrasari Mall, Istana Plaza, Paris van Java Mall
How to get there:from Bandung train station, take an angkot that goes to either Sarijadi (e.g St. Hall-Sarijadi line) or Gunung Batu (e.g St. Hall-Gunung Batu line) and stop in front of the mall. It costs Rp. 2,000 for a 10-minute trip. The other option: see Pasteur Hyper Point above
Remarks:it has a hotel, named BTC Fashion Hotel which is located within BTC Fashion Mall area. The hotel has been opened since May 2012.

Cihampelas Walk (CiWalk)

Cihampelas Walk was founded in 2005. This is a shopping mall in Bandung that adapts an “open air shopping mall" concept. The open air space have trees and chairs or benches for visitors to rest. From one building to another, visitors can walk through the skywalk and enjoy the scenery from this small bridge. Cihampelas Walk has also a hotel (Sensa Hotel), which opened in late November 2009.


Location:Jl. Cihampelas 160
Telephone:+62 22 2061122
Fax:+62 22 2061133
Email:ciwalk@bandung.centrin.net.id
Website:www.ciwalk.com
Operating hours:daily, 10am-10pm
Facilities:cinema XXI, clubs (Score, Mansion, Innocence), cafés and restaurants, inter-state shuttle bus services CitiTrans, toilets, musholla (praying room for Muslims), diaper change area
Nearby facilities:hotels, ATMs, hospital, pharmacies, mini markets, money changer, restaurant
How to get there:from Jl. Sukajadi, take an angkot that goes to Margahayu and stop at the junction of Jl. Professor Eyckman and Jl. Cihampelas or in front of Premier Plaza (fare: Rp. 2,500 for about 15 minutes journey). And then continue walking to the north for about 80 meters. From “Simpang Dago” (across a Mc Donald restaurant at Jl. Dago), take an angkot that goes to Ciroyom and get off right in front of Ciwalk (fare: Rp. 2,500, about 15-minute journey)
Remarks:one month of calendar events is available at the information center (on “LG” floor). Jalan Cihampelas is usually crowded everyday.

Dago Plaza

Dago Plaza was founded in 2002 and positions itself as an “entertainment plaza” with a few 24-hour outdoor cafes.


Location:Jl. Ir. H. Juanda 61-63
Telephone:+62 22 4222780
Fax:+62 22 4265157
Website:www.dago-plaza.com
Opening hours:weekdays, 10am-12am. Weekend, 10am-2am
Fasilities:foodcourt, karaoke, spa, billiards, fitness center, game online, café and resto, 2 basements parking area
Nearby facilities:pharmacy, money changer, supermarket, restaurants, Kartika Sari
Nearby attractions:Jabar Craft Center
How to get there: By angkot: from Jl. Merdeka, take the one that goes to Dago and get off in front of Dago Plaza (fare: Rp. 2,000, only 5 minutes away)
Walking distance from Jalan Merdeka (Bandung Indah Plaza - see above) aprrox. 950 meters
Remarks:Dago Plaza can be crowded by local youth on Saturday nights.

Festival Citylink

Festival Citylink is a shopping center/mall in south Bandung that has been established since 2010. The mall occupies an area of 54,000 meter square. Festival Citylink has five floors and often visited by middle-up class families. They often hold monthly events (you can see the calender of events in information center, which is located next to the entrance gate).


Location:Jl. Peta No. 241
Telephone:+62 22 6128577
Fax:+62 22 6128699
Website:www.festivalcitylink.com
Opening hours:daily, 10am-10pm
Fasilities:toilet, musholla (a praying room for Muslims), baby stroller
Nearby facilities:ATMs, mini market, hotels, hospital
Nearby attractions:Museum Sri Baduga, Monument Bandung Lautan Api, Jl. Cibaduyut
How to get there: From Leuwipanjang Terminal, take an angkot that goes to Kelapa Terminal and get off in front of the mall (fare: Rp. 2,500 for a-10 minute of journey)
From Hotel Grand Pasundan at Jl. Peta, take angkot that goes to Kelapa Terminal and get off in front of the mall (fare: Rp. 2,000 in only 3 minutes of journey)
From the Jakarta-Bandung highway, exit at Pasir Koja exit gate and drive straight ahead to Jl. Terusan Pasir Koja until reaching the intersection of Jl. Peta (approx. 1.06 miles). From there, turn to the right heading to Festival Citylink (approx. 0.20 miles)
Remarks:the mall usually will be crowded on weekends.

Istana Plaza

Istana Plaza is located near Bandung train station. It is a mall that often visited by local residents, especially from upper middle class families. Istana Plaza has a wide range of clothings, food, entertainment, and so on.


Location:Jl. Pasir Kaliki No. 121-123
Telephone:+62 22 6000100, 6000404
Fax:+62 22 6000234, 6046757
Email:info@istanaplaza.co.id
Website:www.istanaplaza.co.id
Opening hours:Monday-Friday, 10am-9:30pm, Saturday-Sunday, 10am-10pm
Facilities:Wi-Fi, toilets, musholla (the praying room for Muslims), parking area, ATM center
Nearby facilities:hotels, ATMs, pharmacies, health center clinic, restaurants
Nearby attractions:Galeri Cupumanik, BTC Fashion Mall, Pasteur Hyper Point
How to get there:from Paris van Java Mall (Jalan Sukajadi area) take an angkot heading to St. Hall (e.g “Lembang-St. Hall” line) and get off right in front off the mall (fare: Rp. 2,000 in 10-minute trip)
Remarks:Istana Plaza is easily reached from Jalan Dr. Djundjunan (Pasteur). Jalan Pasir Kaliki will usually be crowded on weekends. Some tenants accept credit and debit cards payment.

Pasar Baru

An old market open since the mid 1800’s and was renovated in 2001 into a modern shopping center. The market can be very crowded by both visitors and traders. It can be a little bit challenging to find men's shirts since 75% of the sellers sell mostly women's clothes.


Location:Jl. Otto Iskandardinata (Otista) No. 70
Telephone:+62 22 4245555
Fax:+62 22 4245550
Website:www.pasarbarutradecenter.co.id
Opening hours:daily, 10am-5pm
Facilities:AC, toilets, musholla (the praying room for Muslims), parking area, ATMs
Nearby facilities:ATMs, hospital, money changer
Nearby attractions:Aroma Factory and Coffee Shop, Istana Plaza
How to get there:from Bandung train station, take an angkot that goes to Gedebage and get off behind Pasar Baru (fare: Rp. 2,000 for a 10-minute journey). From there continue a short distance through Jalan Pasar Barat) to the main door entrance of Pasar Baru (it takes less than 5 minutes walk)
Remarks:this is a famous shopping center for locals, as well as tourists from neighbouring countries, instead of going to Jalan Cihampelas, for one good reason - cheaper prices. You need to bargain hard to get a really good price and usually they do wholesales. Apart from clothing, there are also many stalls selling local food, such as Bandung style crackers and so on. Some tenants accept credit and debit cards payment. Jalan Pasir Kaliki, Jalan Kebon Jati, and Jalan Otto Iskandardinata are usually crowded everyday. Be aware of pickpockets. There is a traditional market in the basement.

Paris van Java Mall

Paris van Java (PVJ) is “an open air resort of lifestyle, fashion, dining, entertainments, and sports” with many European and Mediterranean architecture buildings concept. This “mall” occupies an area of 60,000 square meters and awarded “the most favorites mall outside Jakarta” by Indonesia Tourism Award in 2011. PVJ is well known among foreign tourists, such as from Malaysia, Europe, Japan, Korea, and domestic tourists.

Visitors will enjoy a beautiful scenery of flying doves or peacocks while shopping or walking along the pedestrian walk inside the mall on every weekend on the afternoon. Apart from that, it also has a 600 square meters breeding house full of birds, butterflies, and peacocks on the rooftop floor. The breeding house opens daily with admission fee Rp. 20,000. Visitors are suggested to visit on the daylight because the birds flocks at the top of the cage in afternoon.

Located on the same area is a farm full of sheeps, guinea pigs, cow, and rabbits. It open from 10am until 6pm on weekdays and 10am until 9pm on weekends, with an admission fee of Rp. 50,000. Do not forget to visit "Paris van Java Garden" on the roof floor to see a wide range of beautiful ornamental plants.


Location:Jl. Sukajadi No. 137-139
Telephone:+62 22 2060800
Email:promotion@paris-van-java.com
Website:www.paris-van-java.com
Opening hours:daily, 10am-10pm (some tenants open till 1am or 2 am)
Facilities:Wi-Fi, smoking area, parking area, lactation room
Nearby facilities:hospital, ATMs, pharmacy, restaurants, police station
Nearby attractions:Bandung Trade Center, Pasteur Hyper Point, Istana Plaza
How to get there:by angkot: from Jalan Merdeka, take the one that goes to Ledeng and stop at Tomodachi Café (Jalan Sukajadi). It costs Rp. 3,000 for a 20 minute journey. Continue by taking the “Karang Setra-Cibaduyut” or “Karang Setra-Kalapa” angkot and get off right in front of the mall (fare: Rp. 2,000 and takes only 5 minutes)
Remarks:this Wi-Fi enabled shopping mall is famous for its open air cafes and restaurants, and Paris van Java Mall is one of most well known malls especially for visitors from Jakarta. There is a very bad traffic jam next to the mall usually, just after office hours because of a narrow road, lots of cars, plus a local market nearby. To avoid traffic jam, you might park your own car or motorcycle at the Hasan Sadikin Hospital, which is located at about 800 meters south of PVJ.

Pasteur Hyper Point

Pasteur Hyper Point (PHP) is a family shopping mall that is located in a strategic location, about 300 meters after the Padalarang toll gate (via Pasteur). This mall offers many kinds of entertainments, culinary, hobbies, and so on.

Unlike other malls in Bandung, PHP and the local government provides a public service facility for West Java residents to renew their driving licenses, which is located within Pasteur Hyper Point area.


Location:Jl. Dr. Djunjunan 126-128 Bandung
Telephone:+62 22 2060112, 2021344
Fax:+62 22 2060114
Email:pasteurhyperpoint@yahoo.co.id
Opening hours:daily, 10am-11pm and 12pm-11pm on religious days
Facilities:supermarket, karaoke, games, Wi-Fi, parking area, 24 hours security, salon & spa, toilets,convention hall
Nearby attraction:Bandung Trade Center, Setrasari Mall
Nearby facilities:hotels, ATMs, supermarkets, minibus shuttle services
How to get there:from Jalan Merdeka, you can take an angkot that goes to Ledeng and stop at Jalan Abdul Rivai (fare: Rp. 2,000 for 10-minute trip). From there take an angkot that goes in the “Gunung Batu” direction and get off right in front of the mall (fare: Rp. 2,000 for 8-minute trip). Other option is: from Jalan Ir. H. Juanda take the one that goes in the “Kalapa-Dago” line and tell the driver to drop you off at Bandung Indah Plaza (BIP) (fare: Rp. 2,000). Then continue on foot to “Balai Kota Bandung” (or Bandung city hall) and take an angkot that goes in the “Gunung Batu” direction and stop right in front of the mall (fare: Rp. 3,000)
Remarks:PHP has regular events, such as animal contests and exhibitions, batik, furniture, held every 3-4 months.

Setrasari Mall

Setrasari Mall is actually a complex of shops, which consists of supermarket, shops and a few offices, such as law firm office, karaoke, and many more.


Location:Jl. Prof. Drg. Surya Sumantri Bandung
Telephone:+62 22 70199178
Opening hours:daily, 9am-10pm
Facilities:parking area
Nearby facilities:ATMs, internet café, hotel, restaurants and cafes
Nearby attraction:NuArta Sculpture Park, Museum Barli
How to get there:from Jalan Merdeka take the one that goes to Ledeng and stop at Jalan Abdul Rivai (fare: Rp. 2,000 in 10 minutes), then take an angkot that goes to Gunung Batu and get off at Jalan Djundjunan (fare: Rp. 2,000 in 8 minutes). From there, take the one that goes to Sarijadi and stop at Jalan Leumah Neundeut (fare: Rp. 2,000 in 10 minutes). Continue by a short walk to Setrasari mall
Remarks:toilets not available within Setrasari mall.

Trans Studio Mall (TSM)

Trans Studio Mall is used to be known as Bandung Supermal. This family oriented shopping mall launched their new name on 2 June 2012. Trans Studio Mall occupies an area of 80,000 square meters. It has a 32-lane Universal Bowling Alley, billiard arena, cinema with 5 screens in THX system, and so forth.

In 2009, Bandung Supermal food court awarded The Best Service Excellence Award in category Food Center by MarkPlus, a well known market research company.


Location:Jl. Gatot Subroto No. 289
Telephone:+62 22 91091010, 7317070
Website:www.transstudiomall.com
Email:bandung@transstudiomall.com
Opening hours:daily, 10am-10pm
Facilities:ATM center, cinema, cafés and restaurants, food court, hotel, parking area, toilets, nursery rooms, wheelchair/stroller access
Nearby facilities:mini markets, ATMs, clinics
How to get there: By angkot: from Jalan Merdeka take the one that goes in Margahayu direction (eg. Margahayu-Ledeng) and stop at Jalan Kiara Condong/Jalan Ibrahim Adjie (fare: Rp. 3,000 for about 20-minute trip). From there take the“Kalapa-Cicaheum” angkot (via “Binong”) and get off in front of TSM (fare: Rp. 2,000 and takes only 10 minutes)
By taxi: from Bandung train station (about 5 kilometers/3 miles) costs around Rp. 25,000 (on meter). From Husein Sastranegara Airport it costs around Rp. 60,000
Remarks:some tenants accepts credit and debit card payments, as well as prepaid card for Mega bank customers. Trans Studio Mall has a new attraction called Trans Studio Bandung.

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