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Go for sure but there is 90% recently made "antiques" and 10% of real value to search for. The Spring maker on the second floor is a must-see... in business for 75 years and one small spring winder has been used to make the most...More
The first time to Solo three years ago, I went to Candi Cetho and Candi Sukuh only. Due to limited time, I skipped Triwindu Market. Being an antiques lover, this time I put it on the top of my list. From Yogyakarta to Solo, the...More
If you want to see some "antiques" in the making, search for bargains, and get a taste of what Indonesia was like in the past, then this antique market is the spot. Within a traditional style building you can find almost anything you might desire...More
I love this place. About 40 small antique stores all crammed together in one spot. Amazing inexpensive shopping with great finds for a good eye. I could easily spend 3 hours browsing. Great for wayang golek (wooden puppets), topeng (masks), statues, and great old strange...More
Its easy to reach this market when you already in Solo. Triwindu market is near with mangkunegaran palace, just need to walk for around 10 min. The market is pretty good. It will be a paradise for a vintage lover. It was just tht some...More
Currently i am obsessed with antique plates, so when it comes to the chance visiting triwindu market just this week (eidul fitr public holidays), I tried to explore the market. I got these two pieces of antique plates (not the old types but thse are...More
I went back to this market to hunt down some items I bought on my previous trip. The shop owners still remembered me and gave a suitable price after all the bargaining.
Note.. If you are really interested in what you see, with your heart...More
a fun place for those who like to root around...of course there are bogus items here but any sensible flea-marketeer understands that's a given, and there are genuine items here, which are beautiful, interesting, and/or just fun. Of course you should bargain, and English is...More
We loved this place! In a two-storey building you can find booth after booth of all kinds of antiquities and also non-antiquities, but even that stuff is fun to look at. Visitors can browse the aisles and hardly any of the shop keepers mind you...More