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One of my most delightful trips is browsing at Flea Markets, wherever I go. This time is the Flea Market at Jalan Surabaya. One of the ladies of our French circle = Le Cercle Francais, lives at Jl. Surabaya. Once in every month we usually...More
Its such a paradise for vintage hunter. You may find some good old stuff that only left one in the world. The key is BARGAIN 😁 all the seller will give you high price. You can even try to bargain from 70% their price. Dont...More
Have an eager to add your antiques collections? When you visit Jakarta, ensuring yourself to visit the Flea Market located in Jalan Surabaya. Most of the stuffs are in good condition, but you have to use your bargain skill since it's overprice sometimes.
I've long enjoyed looking at the antique stalls that run the length of Jalan Surabaya. Few are real antiques, I came across an antique Record player, they will haggle but it was too pricey at $300, I didn't buy. Then I saw the exact same...More
The Market is just a row of small antique shops (not long so you can walk from one end to the other in just like a minute or two) which personally didn't interest me much since they don't have the "kinds of souvenir" that I...More
if you like antics and fair product that is the place !
I bought several items (wooden tiger / muppets / conklak)
=> it's used product wit5h small defects but orriginal one !!
not the copies you can find in the tourrist trap.
In all Jakarta area, the best flea market is the one located in Jalan Surabaya in the heart of Menteng area, surrounded by big villas, Government buildings, Embassies and headquarters of political parties. The market in located on the long side of Jalan Surabaya for...More
A long leisurely walk along the 100 odd shops spread across a length of 1 Km offers Old Antiquities, Crafts & Collectables of Indonesia including Masks, Traditional Old Wooden wall hangings, Wood Carvings, Old Collectables such as Old Gramophones, Silverware, Typewrites and what not.