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What to buy: Dress, Blouse, Blazer, Maxi Dress, and there's a lot of items.
What to pay: $10 - $100 , depending on the quality of the material
This factory outlet located in Jl. Riau, where many many of other outlets established. People could browse around to several outlets in the neighbourhood. Provide men, women and children clothing.
What to buy: Clothes
What to pay: USD 3 and up.
It provide men, women and children clothing, including some shoes, bags, accessories and toys. Provide a large parking lot, and some foods stall. Also in the complex is a restaurant offer Indonesian food, and a bakery.
Price of clothing from USD 3 up. Most offer a large size.
What to buy: Clothes, shoes, bags, accessories, towel, blanket.
In the 1990s, local designers opened denim clothing stores along Cihampelas Street which gave Bandung another nickname, the "Tourist Shopping City" (Kota Wisata Belanja). It was a success as the-then residential street had been fully transformed into a "jeans street". The city attracts people from other big cities to buy local fashion wears, as they are cheaper than branded items.
Once it was a beautiful place surrounded by Chinese-Dutch style shops . Now, only a few are left. Nevertheless, it's still the hub of commerce in Bandung. Plenty of textiles, batiks and clothes in cheap and moderate prices are available. You can test your bargaining skill here. Go to Jl. Pasar Utara. A row of stalls sell all sort of snacks, most of them Bandung specialties. You're welcome to have a taste before you buy the snacks. Jalan Pasar Selatan is lined with jeans shops trying to copy the ones in Jl. Cihampelas. Some of these shops are old ones. With the permission of the owner, old building enthusiasts could enter the old shop and take photographs.
Distros are a new phenomenon in Bandung where a shop sells stylish products that were made by local designers. They are served as a distribution store, because these local designers do not have their own marketing label yet. After their products receive large attention, then they make their own clothing company. One thing that makes distros stand out from factory outlet is that distros come from individual designers and young entrepeneurs, while factory outlet products come from a garment factory.
Note that now distros are getting famous in Indonesia. The local branded name with free and independent motivation has been shifted.
347, Jl. Trunojoyo 4,
Invictus,Jl.Pager gunung 13 and Jl.Trunojoyo 6 also you can check their website www.invcts.com
Ouval Research, Jl. Buah Batu 64,
No Label, Jl. Sumatra 24
What to buy: The products that are sold are books, indie label records, magazines and also other fashion products and accessories.
It was originally meant for export garment (textile) factories that open a store directly in their area so that they can sell with bargain prices. Since it was a big success, many factory outlets without the factory itself were opening in many places in the city, also with bargain price tags. Around 20 or 30 factory outlet shops around town, mostly in the Jalan Dago, Jalan Setiabudhi and Jalan Riau areas. Big signs on the road side give directions to many of the shops.
Rumah Mode Jl. Setiabudhi 41F Bandung (022) 203-5498
Export Station Jl. Sumatera No. 24-30 Bandung (022) 426-4107 E-mail email@example.com http://www.exportstation.com/
Heritage Jl. Laks. L.R.E Martadinata (Riau) no 63 Bandung (022) 422-0545
Cascade Jl. Laks. L.R.E Martadinata (Riau) no Bandung
Stamp Jl. Laks. L.R.E Martadinata (Riau) no Bandung
What to buy: Enjoy bargain hunting! Take a careful inspection yourself. Check for below-standard/damaged items. Beware also for the fake products with branded name.
Jalan Dago (now it's Jl. Ir. H. Juanda, but more known as Jalan Dago = Dago street) is the location where you can have a one stop fashion shopping. The nicest factory outlet are marching and you can just park your car in any shop and walk to the other shops. It's a famous street in Bandung so I will say everyone will know it.
If you're travelling by public transport, from the backgate of Bandung central station just take the St. Hall-Dago "angkot", the fare is around 1500-2000 IDR (0.20 usd). Better if you tell the driver (also if you're taking taxi, that you want to stop in front of Borromeus hospital.
What to buy: Fashion
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A must buy food in Bandung would be the famous "brownie kukus" or steamed brownies, that come in many flavours. There are several brands of it and a more prominent brand would be Amanda. It can be found almost everywhere.
What to pay: US$ 3 per box
Better selection of clothes than most factory outlets in Bandung. Good variety and quality of overseas branded clothings.
What to buy: Clothes, clothes and more clothes.... Handbags, shoes, etc.
What to pay: Expect to spend more than you budgeted earlier (before you enter the store!)....
There are heaps of so-called "factory Outlets" in Bandung, so much that it the city roads get congested with cars coming from Jakarta.
Factory outlets are what every woman dreams of.
What to buy: For men: Tommy Hilfiger, Polo Ralph Lauren, Emporio Armani
For women: Zara and whole others
What to pay: Everything here is cheap compared to the glizty departmental stores in the capital. Prices range from Rp 40.000 to Rp 500.000
With "Forever Sale" as its tagline, it's a big shop with a selection of items that are cheaper than most of the factory outlets.
What to buy: Esprit shirts, JLO pants, Tommy Hilfiger jeans (assorted types; ie plain or printed)
What to pay: rp19,000.00 to Rp89,000.00.
Jeans are more expensive.
This is very famous street in Bandung to shop for jeans, t-shirt and fashion accessories. All with cheap prices.
The difference with other places is that every shops are decorated with unique design. How about a giant Spiderman at the front of the store flying over your head? Or Giant Arnold Schwarzenegger in Terminator 2 carrying a machine gun? Or giant Batman? Or simply an Aztec architecture?
If you get hungry while shopping, there are many places to eat here such as McDonalds.
What to buy: You can find jeans (local brand, fake brand), t-shirt, casual clothing, bags, and fashion accessories. All with cheap prices!
What to pay: About 50000-150000 Rupiah (US$5-15) for a pair of jeans and 20000-50000 (US$2-5) Rupiah for a t-shirt.
Bandung also well known for its snacks. Banana chips, banana cheese chips, potato chips, potato cheese chips, rice snacks, and many more.
What to pay: USD 1 and up.