Bartele Gallery has been delighting connoisseurs of antiques since 2009. A wonderful gallery taking pride in their extensive collection of rare books, archaic maps, photos, and antiquities, this gallery-shop is a treasure chest waiting to unravel itself. A perfect place to pick up a souvenir for someone who would appreciate rare prints, the Bartele Gallery is a collector's dream.
Jalan Jend. Sudirman, Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Jakarta, Indonesia, 10310
Jakarta's haunt for local art objects, this shopping street runs about 200 meters. With the constant stream of shoppers and the diversity of merchandise on offer, one can easily see why some of these outlets have existed since the Dutch period. Indonesia's cultural legacy are manifested in items like batik, ikat, puppets and masks, all of which do well in luring the tourists. Other attractions include ceramics, porcelain, antiques and teak furniture. Check out Djody Antiques, one of the biggest and most reputable in the area. Bargain hard, and you might come away with products at half their initial prices.
Jalan Kebon Sirih Timur, Gambir, Jakarta, Indonesia, 10240