This factory, in Kampung Batik Laweyan, allows you to see the batik process up close. Its shop has icy air-con and two full floors of fixed-price batik bags, skirts and shirts.
Solo’s flea market is the place to search for antiques including wayang puppets, old batik and ceramics, as well as clocks, vinyl records, coins and vintage cameras.
This wonderfully rootsy textile market burned in a fire in 2015 and was being rebuilt when we stopped by. It's worth checking to see if it's back to grace.
This is the city’s largest general market, selling all manner of produce, particularly fruit and vegetables.
Danar Hadi is an important Solonese batik manufacturer and has a beautiful showroom.
The Batik Keris shop has icy air-con and two full floors of fixed-price batik bags, skirts and shirts.
Upmarket mall with Apple and Croc footwear stores, fashion boutiques and a Carrefour supermarket.
For your everyday shopping needs, check out the Solo Grand Mall.