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Top Choice Gifts & Souvenirs in Agats

Asmat Queen Art Shop

A longstanding tribal art emporium offering up some of Asmat's finest pieces, including shields, spears, totem poles, costumes, wood carvings, drums and even crocodile skulls. Expect to spend upwards of 700,000Rp (a…
Market in Bosnik

Pasar Bosnik

For a slice of local life, you can't do better than a trip to this outdoor marketplace, where three times a week vendors descend from all corners of Biak and its neighbouring islands to sell fresh seafood, vegetable…
Gifts & Souvenirs in Sorong

Misool Filling Station

Before heading off to the islands, hit up this two-storey cafe and boutique for last-minute purchases such as dive equipment, guidebooks, healthy snacks or flip flops. There's also a good wi-fi connection and delici…
Market in Wamena

Pasar Jibama

Wamena’s main market, Pasar Jibama, 2km north of town, is full of neat piles of fruit and veg, pigs off to slaughter and slippery fish from the coast. It’s a sight in its own right. Keep a close eye on your belongin…
Arts & Crafts in Nabire

Wisata Hati

Local handicrafts from the Mee tribe are available at this tidy little shop in central Nabire. Prized items include bags woven from orchid bark, and various souvenirs made with imitation cassowary and birds-of-parad…
Arts & Crafts in Wamena


The NGO-run Oi-Tourism has a large selection of tribal art and crafts.
Market in Wamena

Pasar Misi

In the south of town, this is one of Wamena’s three markets.
Mall in Jayapura

Mal Jayapura

A four-storey shopping mall complete with a kid zone, food court and movie theatre.