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Kayoe Gallery

Kayoe Gallery sells antique products brought from many cities in Indonesia, such as from East and Central Java. Gallery Kayoe was established in 2004 and sells mostly wooden-antique products (chairs, cupboards, etc.) and handicrafts (tissue box, key chain, etc.). They only sell paintings on demand.

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Their customers hail from both domestic and foreign countries, such as Malaysia, UK, Australia, and so on.

Location : Puri Isola Kav. 19
Telephone : +62 81320293007
Email : [email protected]
Opening hours : daily, 9am-9pm
Facilities : toilets
How to get there : from Ledeng terminal, take an angkot that goes to Lembang. You can ask the driver to drop you off at Puri Isola (near “Eldorado” and “Madu Perhutani”). Fare: Rp. 2,000, about 10 minutes journey
Remarks : cash payment only and their prices are bargainable.

Kedai Soes Miniku

Kedai Soes Miniku sells mostly Indonesian cakes and “soes” in a many flavors: cheese, chocholate, original, and durian as the most favorite item. It is located within Dapurku Restaurant and has been in the business since 2006.

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Location : Jl. Veteran No. 5 (within Simpang Raya restaurant area)
Telephone : +62 22 70405108, +62 8122035885
Opening hours : Thursday-Sunday, 8am till sold out. Closed on Monday
Facilities : toilet
Nearby facilities : ATMs, hospital, money changer
Nearby attractions : Jl. Braga, Bank Indonesia Building
How to get there : from Jalan Banda, take an angkot that goes to Panghager (fare: Rp. 2,500 for about 10-minute ride) and get off in front of Simpang Raya restaurant
Remarks : delivery service within Bandung and to Jakarta. Cash payment only.


Located in a house that belongs to Ruhiyat, a famous local artist, visitors can watch how Ruhiyat's employees make wayang. Ruhiyat’s workshop and gallery were established in 1973. Today they sell wayang golek, masks, as well as other souvenirs and is managed by Ruhiyat’s son, Mr. Tatang Heriyana, after the death of his father in 1998.

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Ruhiyat’s shop is well known not only to the domestic tourists but also to foreign visitors, in particular among the Dutch. Even though visitors can watch Ruhiyat’s employees making wayang, there is no guide available to explain the process. Having your own guide might help, especially for foreign tourists.

Location : Jl. Pangarang Bawah III No. 78/17B
Telephone : +62 22 4201335, +62 81394605012 (Mr. Tatang Heriyana)
Admission charges : free (voluntary donation expected for group visits, max 30 people)
Opening hours : daily, 8am-5pm
Nearby facilities : ATMs, hotels, pharmacy, mini markets, mosque, Tourist Information Center
Nearby attractions : Jl. Asia Afrika, Grand Mosque, Alun-alun Bandung, Savoy Homann
How to get there : within walking distance from Jalan Asia Afrika, approx 500 meters (546 yards) to the south along Jalan Homan (next to Hotel Savoy Homann)
Remarks : cash payment only. Since its location is somewhat “hidden”, visitors might need to ask residents nearby for direction.

Saung Angklung Udjo

Saung Angklung Udjo was established in 1996 by Udjo Ngalagena and his wife Uum Sumiati. The buildings are built based on the traditional Sundanese setting, with bamboo huts and bamboo-decorated interiors, as well as plenty of bamboo trees around the main building. Apart from its angklung performances, Saung Angklung Mang Udjo has also bamboo handicraft centre and bamboo instrument workshop. It costs Rp. 45,000 per person to join the workshop.

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Visitors can see daily art and culture performances, such as Afternoon Bamboo Show held in the “Aula” from 3:30pm till 5:30pm. Saung Angklung Udjo has extended its facilities by building an accommodations (a seven room guesthouse). Room rates start from Rp. 250,000.

Location : Jl. Padasuka No. 118 (Padasuka suburb)
Telephone : +62 22 7271714, 7101736
Fax : +62 22 7201587
Website :
Email : [email protected]
Operating hours : daily, 9am-6pm
Admission charges : Bamboo show: Monday-Friday, local Rp. 60,000 and foreigners Rp. 100,000; Saturday afternoon, local Rp. 70,000 and foreigners Rp. 110,000; cultural visit: Rp. 20,000; and parking free for a car
Facilities : accommodation, souvenirs shop, toilets, English language availability, cafeteria, WiFi
Nearby facilities : mini markets, pharmacies, internet cafés
How to get there : By taxi from the city center (approximately Rp. 50,000)
From the city by angkot: take the "Cicaheum" terminal direction, tell the driver you want to go to Saung Udjo (/sâ-oonk oo-joe/), where he should stop approx. 200 meters (0.12 miles) before the terminal to drop you off. From there you can either walk or take an ojeg (fare: Rp. 3,000)
Remarks : cash, credit and debit cards payments are avalaible. The bamboo show schedule: Monday-Saturday at 10am-11:30am, 1pm-2:30pm, 3:30pm-5:30pm, and 6:30pm-8pm. Saung Angklung Udjo has English speaking MC (Master of Ceremony) only in the afternoon show. A group visit with a minimum 50 guests should be make an appointment at least 1 month till 2 weeks in advance.

Sin Sin Souvenir & Antique Shop

Sin Sin souvenirs shop was established in 1943 and today it sells a various kinds of traditional and modern crafts: wooden sculptures, silver handicrafts, key-chains, and so on. Apart from selling locally made souvenirs, Sin Sin also collects handicrafts from the other cities in Indonesia, such as from Central Java, Bali, Sumbawa, and Kalimantan (Borneo).

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Location : Jl. Braga No. 59
Telephone : +62 22 4238574
Fax : +62 22 4200520
Opening hours : Monday-Saturday 9am-5:45pm
How to get there : Within walking distance from Jalan Asia Afrika or 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" and tell the driver you want to stop close to Jalan Braga.

Toko Buku Djawa (Djawa Bookshop)

Toko Buku Djawa is one of the pioneer shops along Jalan Braga. This bookshop has been opened since 1955, the year Bandung held the first Asian Africa Conference! Today, they sell mostly Indonesian books, magazines, and stationaries.

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Location : Jl. Braga No. 78
Telephone : +62 22 4231087/+62 812-2002719
Fax : +62 22 4260710
Opening hours : Monday-Saturday, 7:30am-6pm. Closed on Sunday
Nearby facilities : ATMs, hotel, money changer, pharmacies, minimarkets, internet café, tourism information center, restaurants, souvenir shops
Nearby attractions : Asia Afrika Museum, Savoy Homann Hotel, "Pikiran Rakyat" newspapers building, Jalan Braga, the Alun-alun
How to get there : Within walking distance along Jalan Asia Afrika then to Jalan Braga; from Jalan Merdeka (Bandung Indah Plaza, Hyatt hotel, Santika hotel, etc): on foot (approx. 1.2 kilometers [0.75 miles] walk)
By angkot: from Jalan Merdeka, take an angkot that goes to Kalapa and get off in front of Preanger Hotel (fare: Rp. 2,500 for a 15-minute journey). From there continue by walking towards Jalan Braga (about 200 meters away)
Remarks : credit card payment available (Visa/Master). When you are on Jalan Braga, why not visiting this “historical” bookshop? Buying or not is a different matter!

The Elizabeth bag maker

Founded by Mrs. Elizabeth in 1963, this business was initially built as a home industry. Today it has developed into a major industry with many stores in major cities throughout Indonesia. It sells a wide range of artificial leather handbags, shoes, and so on.

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Elizabeth’s products are mostly made from local materials. Their customers hail from both Indonesia and other countries, such as from Malaysia, Korea, Hong Kong, and many more.

Location : Jl. Otto Iskandar Dinata (Otista) and Jl. Ibu Inggit Ganarsih 15 (central store)
Telephone : +62 22 5226557 (central store), 5201125 (office)
Website :
Email : [email protected] (office) or
[email protected] (central store)
Opening hours : Monday-Saturday 9am-9pm
Facilities : toilet, café, parking area
Nearby attractions : Monument Bandung Lautan Api, Museum Sri Baduga Jawa Barat (from central store)
Nearby facilities : Pasar Baru (see below)
How to get there : from Bandung Indah Plaza shopping center take an angkot that goes to "Kebon Kelapa" (fare: Rp. 2,500 in 20 minutes journey). Get off at Kebon Kelapa terminal and walk for about 100 meters to (109 yards) reach the shop
Remarks : Elizabeth bag is famous for its leather handicraft, such as shoes, bags, and so on. The price of women bags starts from about Rp. 120,000-Rp. 250,000. Debit and credit card payments available.

Old & New

Toko Old & New specializes in selling old new items, especially souvenirs. They declare they are the most comprehensive shop that sell old and new souvenirs in Bandung.

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Location : Jl. R.E. Martadinata (Riau) No. 85
Telephone : +62 22 4203727
Opening hours : daily, 10am-9pm
Facilities : parking area, toilets
Nearby attractions : Gedung Sate, Heritage, STAMP
Nearby facilities : restaurants, cafes, ATMs, hotels, post office, shops
How to get there : from Jalan Merdeka, take an angkot that goes to Margahayu and get off in front of Heritage. It costs Rp. 2,000 for a-5 minute journey. Toko Old & New is located not far from Heritage factory outlet
Remarks : cash, debit and credit card payments are accepted.

Kartika Sari

Kartika Sari was founded in 1986 and reknown for its “pisang molen”, which is a banana wrapped in thin layer of bread/cake (a very famous snack among the locals).

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It was first established in Jalan Kebon Kawung (or also known as Jalan Haji Akbar). Today Kartika Sari has 6 branches in Bandung and its surrounding, for instance in Jalan Dago (Jalan Ir. H. Juanda), Antapani, Buah Batu, Cimahi. Kartika Sari Dago is a one-stop-shopping that offers visitors a few other facilities, such as cafe and factory outlet.

Location : Jl. Ir. H. Juanda No. 85-87
Telephone : +62 22 2509500
Fax : +62 22 2512737
Email : [email protected]
Website :
Operating hours : daily, 7:30am-9pm, closed on Idul Fitri and open at 10am on religious days
Facilities : tenants (accessories, souvenirs, clothings, and so on), cafe, factory outlet, parking area, playground, ATMs, musholla
Nearby facilities : ATMs, money changer, hospital
Nearby attractions : Dago Plaza, ITB (Bandung Institute of Technology), BIP
How to get there : from Jl. Merdeka, take an angkot that goes to Dago get off right in front of Kartika Sari (fare: Rp. 2,000 for about 5 minute trip)
Remarks : Kartika Sari’s “pisang molen” is somehow known as a “traditional pastry” of Bandung. Not to be missed!

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Your Comments on Souvenir Shops in Bandung:

Nama: 30 Sep 2013


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


wiliana 28 Sep 2013


I think you miss toko sin sin, jalan braga 59. It sells very high quality souvenirs and art.


Santo Budi 16 May 2013


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

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