Pasar Baru termasuk pusat perbelanjaan yang paling tua di Jakarta, yang berdiri pada awal 1800-an. Terletak dekat Lapangan Banteng dan Gedung Kesenian Jakarta, pusat perbelanjaan ini dulu adalah tempat orang Belanda berbelanja. 

Saat ini Pasar baru hanya dapat dilalui oleh pejalan kaki. Toko kain yang pada umumnya dimiliki oleh orang-orang keturunan India masih tetap berjejer rapi di sini, menawarkan sutera India, brokat dan berbagai jenis kain lainnya dengan harga yang terjangkau.

Pasar baru juga terkenal dengan barang-barang kebutuhan salon kecantikan, mulai dari sampo, pelembut raga, gunting khusus sampai alat pengering rambut. Namun toko sepatu dan toko busana pun ada di sini.Selesai berbelanja, Anda dapat melangkahkan kaki ke warung bakmie yang terkenal di Jakarta, Bakmi Gang kelinci.

Important Information

Category
Community Markets
Essentials
Area
Central Jakarta
Contact
Address
Jl. KH. Samanhudi Central Jakarta
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