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Do not miss this ikat workshop...
The main market is the rambling Pasar Inpres in the south of the city. It's mostly fruit and vegetables, but some ikat and handicrafts can be found near the terminal...
If you’re interested in antiques and handicrafts, don't miss this shop that could be a museum. You’ll find Timor’s best selection of masks, sculpture, hand-spun fabrics and carvings at unbelievable prices...
A terrific Rotenese musical-instrument workshop run by Pak Pah and his family. Traditional 20-stringed harps, aka sasando , are made and played in all sizes...
It's worth seeking out this neighbourhood ikat shop. Textile lovers should be pleased with the wares sourced from across Nusa Tenggara...
Fantastic stone carvings in the front yard, plus wooden antiques, some cool old stone grinders and bronze jewellery indoors. Not to mention its all-natural ikat. Your Sumbanese treasure hunt starts here.
Has a terrific selection of local ikat, antique masks and statues, plus carved beams, reliefs and doors from old Timorese homes. Prices are quite low. Look for the plain yellow-and-black ‘Textile’ sign.
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