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Famous Shopping Streets | Local Arts & Souvenir Shops |
Shopping Centers | Factory Outlets | Distribution Stores

Shopping in Bandung is one of the goals of tourists visiting Bandung. Bandung itself has numerous streets that have plenty of factory outlets or distros. The commonly visited streets are Jalan (street or commonly written as "Jl." for short) Braga, Jalan Cibaduyut, Jalan Cihampelas and Jalan R.E. Martadinata (formerly Jalan Riau). Silver factories as well as wayang golek factories are also available to visit. For those who love shopping for clothing, a visit to Jalan Cihampelas (for considerably cheap prices) is a must and for those who like higher qualities you need to visit Jalan R.E. Martadinata.

ATMs are normally available in malls. Rencently due to increasing numbers of foreign visitors from Malaysia and Singapore, a few shops in Bandung (eg. in Pasar Baru shopping center) accept payment in foreign currencies. This gives benefits for the sellers (exchange rate profits for the shops) but actually less advantages for the shoppers/foreigners (higher exchange rates compared to money changers’ rate).

Famous Shopping Streets


Once named Jalan Pedati, the street was a major commercial area in Bandung in the early 1900’s. Nowadays, there are many cafes, discos, pubs, restaurants, souvenirs shops and a mall along Jalan Braga. The local government of Bandung has been trying to revitalize Jalan Braga to bring its past glory back, but more concrete efforts are still needed. Other areas for night live entertainments are located along Jalan Jenderal Sudirman and Jalan Cibadak.

Click images above for more and bigger pictures of Jalan Braga.

If you like paintings, there are various paintings at many sizes in the corner of Jalan Braga and Jalan Asia Afrika at bargainable prices. Paintings of Indonesian landscapes, traditional dancers, local people, and so on are for sale from around Rp. 150,000. A two sq.meter (2x1m) painting might be offered at a starting price of Rp. 1,000,000 (a wood frame included). Basically you might get your painting at around 35% - 40% off the opening price.

Click the image above for more and bigger pictures of paintings for sale along Jalan Braga.

There are also a few souvenirs shops along this street, which sell gifts such as wayang puppets, statues, and so on.

Nearby attractions : Museum Konperensi Asia Afrika and other old buildings, such as church of Bethel and Cathedral
Nearby facilities : ATM/banks, church, shops, hotels, a shopping mall
How to get there : From Jl. Asia Afrika, take a walk approx. 0.12 miles to the south
From Jl. Ir. H. Juanda, take an angkot that goes to St. Hall and get off at Jl. Braga junction (fare: approx. Rp. 2,500-Rp. 3,000, depends on the place when you get in)
From Masjid Raya, take angkot "St. Hall-Gedebage" that goes to St. Hall and get off at Jl. Braga junction (fare: Rp. 2,000 for a 10-minute of journey)
Remarks : this one way street are often crowded in daily and it's difficult to find parking area. You can park you car at Braga Citywalk and take a walk along Jl. Braga.


Jalan Cibaduyut is a street in Bandung which is famous for locally made shoes and leather products, such as bags and jackets. A shoe statue is seen at one end of the street to strengthen its identity.

You will find rows of shops, selling shoes on both sides of the road. Some of them only display a few shoes or some may be kept in shoe boxes. If you want to see all of their collections and the prices, you can find them in the catalogues, which are usually placed on walls or you can ask the shopkeepers. Don’t forget, prices are usually bargainable prices, especially in small shops.

Jalan Cibaduyut

Click the image above for more and bigger pictures of Jalan Cibaduyut, Bandung.

Jalan Cibaduyut is usually crowded in everyday. It is exacerbated by the haphazardly cars parked on the road sides (because many shops do not have dedicated parking areas). Along Jl. Cibaduyut to Leuwipanjang bus terminal you can also find stalls selling local/traditional food (such as what you can find in Pasar Baru). Today, Jalan Cibaduyut is in a good condition, after a recent upgrade.

Click here to view a few shoe shops along Jl. Cibaduyut. These shoe shops are independently listed by (sponsor free).

Facilities : ATMs
How to get there : From Leuwi Panjang terminal, take an angkot that goes to Cibaduyut and get off at Jl. Raya Cibaduyut (fare: Rp. 2,000, about 7 minutes journey). from Kebon Kalapa terminal, take a different angkot that goes to Cibaduyut and get off at Jl. Raya Cibaduyut (fare: Rp. 3,000, about 15 minutes away)
From the Jakarta-Bandung highway, exit at Pasir Koja exit gate and then turn to the right to Jl. Soekarno Hatta (approx. about 600 meters). From there, drive straight ahead till reaching the junction of Jl. Soekarno Hatta and Jl. Leuwipanjang (where a big shoe statue located), and then turn right to Jl. Raya Cibaduyut (approx. 2 kilometers or about 1.24 miles)

Next page: Jalan Cihampelas, Jalan Ir. H. Juanda/Jalan Dago, Jalan R.E. Martadinata/Jalan Riau

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JoTravelGuide 8 Jul 2012


Halo Anto, terima kasih untuk komentarnya. Mungkin waktu kesana Jalan Cibaduyut lagi dalam perbaikan. Sekarang ini sudah bagus jalannya dan jauh lebih lancar.

Kalau mau lebih lancar lagi, sebaiknya hindari akhir pekan. Kalau harus kesana saat akhir pekan, sebaiknya pagi hari sebelum jam 12. Selamat berkunjung kembali ke Jalan Cibaduyut :).


Anto Jkt 7 Jul 2012


Terakhir kesana Cibaduyut macet banget!!! Udah kayak Jakarta aja...


Contributor Bandung 27 Oct 2011


It depends on your needs. Jl. Riau has plenty of good factory outlets, while Jl Cihampelas normally has less good quality products to buy (but of course they are cheaper or I could say "good value for money" - at least to many people). Happy shopping Christian and Marie!


Christian + Marie 27 Oct 2011


Can you give me a suggestion where to go for a nice clothes shopping please?

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