Markets in Jakarta

Where to find the freshest local produce and other essential items: find out where the markets are in different districts of Jakarta...

The majority of markets (pasar) in Jakarta are organised under the Jakarta Regional Company for Markets (Perusahaan Daerah Pasar Jaya - PD Pasar Jaya), which belongs to the Jakarta government. As a public service function, the company plans, maintains and develops markets. It facilitates partnerships between individual vendors and larger businesses, supports vendor credit with financial institutions, as well as overseeing and controlling the quality of goods and services for the benefit of the consumer. PD Pasar Jaya manages 153 markets across Jakarta. Private companies also run a few markets, but always in collaboration with the municipal government.

Markets in Central Jakarta

Pasar Baru: Built in 1820, Pasar Baru was formerly known as Passer Baroe during colonial times, and is the oldest shopping arcade in the city. Textile shops and tailors are plentiful.

  • Pasar Baru
    At
    : Jalan Haji Samanhudi, Pasar Baru
    Tel
    : (021) 384 5177
    Open
    : Daily 10:00-20:00, although hours depend on the individual vendors

Pasar Jalan Surabaya Flea Market: The market is known for its antiques and second-hand luggage, but fine china, furniture, cameras, clocks and lamps can also be found. Municipal government is, however, planning to develop and relocate the kiosks to Menteng Antique Centre (Sentra Antik Menteng).

  • Pasar Jalan Surabaya
    At
    : Jalan Surabaya, Gondangdia, Menteng
    Open
    : Daily 09:00-17:00 for most stalls

Pasar Senen: Adjacent to the Atrium shopping centre in Senen, this market was named for the day on which it was open, a Monday (senin or senen in local dialect). Founded in 1733 by landowner Justinus Vinck, today there are food stalls, and in particular, cake stalls. Pasar Senen is also known for second-hand clothing and clothing wholesalers.

  • Pasar Senen
    At
    : Jalan Pasar Senen Raya, Senen Jakarta 10410
    Tel
    : (021) 421 0411 / (021) 4288 1877
    Open
    : Daily 10:00-19:00

Pasar Tanah Abang: Also founded in 1735 by Justinus Vinck, this market is a wholesale centre for textiles, with goods being transported throughout Indonesia.

  • Pasar Tanah Abang
    At
    : Jalan KH Fachrudin, Kampung Bali, Tanah Abang.
    Tel
    : (021) 316 0407 / (021) 3193 4178
    Open
    : Daily 10:00-19:00

Markets in North Jakarta

Mangga Dua: There are six different locations throughout Mangga Dua. These are Mangga Dua Mall (electronics), Harco Mas (electronics), Dusit Mangga Dua (electronics), WTC Mangga Dua (vehicle parts), ITC Mangga Dua I and II (clothing), and Pasar Pagi Mangga Dua (clothing). Mainly electronics, clothing, and vehicle parts’, stationery, party and wedding souvenirs, as well as carpets, spectacles, and contact lenses are on sale.

  • Mangga Dua
    At
    : Jalan Mangga Dua Raya, Jakarta 14430
    Open
    : Daily10:00-21:00, although hours depend on individual locations

Pasar Ikan Muara Angke: At this fish market there are services for cooking fresh fish on the spot. There is a fish auction, as well as a wholesalers' building, warehouses and offices, and a packing facility among other things.

  • Pasar Ikan Muara Angke
    At
    : Jalan Dermaga I, TPI Muara Angke, Pluit, Penjaringan
    Open
    : Daily

Markets in South Jakarta

Melawai Plaza: Situated in the bustling commercial district of Melawai, there are businesses, shopping centres, hotels, and offices. Melawai Plaza is known for its jewellery stores, where the artisans’ workmanship is highly recommended, as well as the quality of the gold. Customised jewellery can be ordered in many stores.

  • Melawai Plaza
    At
    : Jalan Melawai Raya 166, Melawai, Blok M, Jakarta 12160
    Tel
    : (021) 725 0369 / (021) 724 7085
    Open
    : Daily 10:00-20:00

Pasar Mayestik: Recently renovated, the market has air conditioning and escalators, which most markets do not have. Shoppers can find clothing, textiles, home furnishings and interior decor, baking equipment, as well as vehicle spare parts, and sporting equipment.

  • Pasar Mayestik
    At
    : Jalan Tebah III, Mayestik, Kebayoran Baru, Jakarta
    Tel
    : (021) 720 9918 / (021) 722 2294
    Open
    : Daily 10:00-19:00

Pasar Rumput: Located in the Manggarai area bordering Central Jakarta, this market has fresh produce and ceramics for sale. In the surrounding area near Jalan Minangkabau, new and used medical equipment is sold: wheelchairs, walking sticks, and oxygen tanks. New and second-hand bicycles can also be found.

  • Pasar Rumput
    At
    : Jalan Raya Sultan Agung 4, Pasar Manggis, Setiabudi Jakarta 12970
    Tel
    : (021) 829 6376
    Open
    : Daily

Pasar Segar: Located in Bintaro, this market, which is not run by PD Pasar Jaya, specialises in fresh produce. The company operating this market has other markets in the greater Jakarta area in Bekasi, Cengkareng, Cinere and Depok.

  • Pasar Segar
    At
    : Jalan Graha Bunga Raya, Graha Raya, Bintaro, Tangerang Selatan
    Tel
    : (021) 5314 0591
    Open
    : Daily

Markets in East Jakarta

Pasar Jatinegara (Meester): Jakarta was previously known as Meester Cornelis, after the landlord who owned the surrounding land. A market was set up in the area, which today is known as Pasar Jatinegara. Mostly clothing and electronics are for sale, as well as wedding souvenirs.

  • Pasar Jatinegara (Meester)
    At
    : Jalan Matraman Raya, Bali Meester, Jatinegara, Jakarta
    Tel
    : (021) 819 1843 / (021) 851 9661
    Open
    : Daily 10:00-19:00

Pasar Pramuka: This market specialises in both new and used medical supplies: oxygen tanks, wheelchairs, and health equipment. In the adjacent area, there are also vendors of a wide variety of birds, bird feed, cages and other accessories, which are part of the bird market (pasar burung).

  • Pasar Pramuka
    At
    : Jalan Pramuka Raya, Pal Meriam, Matraman, Jakarta 13140
    Tel
    : (021) 850 6428
    Open
    : Hours vary on a daily basis, but generally from 09:00-18:00

Pasar Rawabening - Jakarta Gem Centre: Almost any gemstone can be found at this market known for its collection of semi-precious stones and gems. Near the original market, the Jakarta government has built a new facility, the Jakarta Gem Centre.

  • Pasar Rawabening - Jakarta Gem Centre
    At
    : Jalan Raya Bekasi Barat, Rawa Bunga, Jatinegara, Jakarta 13350
    Tel
    : (021) 819 7064
    Open
    : Daily 08:00-17:00

Markets in West Jakarta

Pasar Glodok: Near Jakarta Kota railway station in the Chinatown district, this market mainly sells electronic goods. Traditional Chinese Medicine can also be found in the surrounding area.

  • Pasar Glodok
    At
    : Jalan Glodok Selatan, Glodok, Taman Sari
    Tel
    : (021) 632 6492 / (021) 634 4545
    Open
    : Daily 10:00-19:00

Pasar Lindeteves: Close to Pasar Glodok, this market specialises in wholesale tools, electrical and safety equipment, and electronic goods. Valves, pneumatic pumps, hardware, power tools, compressors and generators are also sold.

  • Pasar Lindeteves
    At
    : Jalan Hayam Wuruk 100, Mangga Besar, Taman Sari
    Tel
    : (021) 549 2405
    Open
    : Daily 10:00-19:00

Flower Markets

Pasar Rawa Belong: This is a flower market with a wide selection of cut flowers and plants, both locally grown and imported.