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Great food (snack) selection, but limited for the food. A little bit dark (more lighting needed) but the price are right (not too expensive). We went there early at the boat-shaped restaurant, but some of the foods are empty, at 8 PM all the foods...More
This market is in the parking area of Museum Angkut and yes, it's a good option to find foods here. You can find any kind of foods and souvenirs here. You can try to eat at Cheng Ho restaurant if you want to eat at...More
After visiting Museum Angkut, we will exit at this place. It's not very big but we can find all kinds of indonesian food. We can also buy some souvenirs such as clothes and handycrafts. At the center, you can find Museum Topeng. Which is a...More
I went there in July 15 after visited Museum Angkut. It is a good places for eating cause many kind foods I can choose. After that you should visit museum topeng to see many kind of Batik and historical things from many places in Indonesia.
I visited this place with my family after visit Museum Angkut. We took dinner here and really enjoy the atmosphere. There are various food from all of Indonesia. The price is cheap enough. Nice place for relax and dinner. It gave us unique experience.
This place is like in thailand floating market. Here you could taste any kind of Indonesian traditional food from Java Island, and Borneo Island. Even you can take home traditional snack like fruit chips, ladu, etc. In additional you could shop some souvenir like tshirt,...More
Floating Market is called Pasar Apung in Bahasa Indonesia. Floating market is part of Museum Angkut. located in Batu city, 2 Km from Downtown. Floating market can be accesed by using public transportation in bahasa (mikrolet). Floating market is free to access, but if you...More
This floating market located on transportation museum (museum angkut) in Batu Malang. The entrance fee for this market is free. The market was not too big, but clean and there's many choices of food especially Indonesian food, such as batagor, nasi jagung, soto, pecel, siomay,...More