Kampung Batik Laweyan is considered the oldest batik tulis (handmade batik) village in Indonesia since it started crafting in the 14th century AD during the reign of the Pajang Palace. It has been a well-loved destination for both locals and international tourists.

Spreading across an area of approximately 24 hectares, Laweyan Batik Village is a one-stop location for Batik lovers to learn about batik craftsmanship and to shop various batik products. In addition, since this village still hosts residences across generations now, it gives a unique glimpse into the authentic life and culture of Laweyan Batik Village.


  • Batik Cempaka
    Solo is full of grand cultural heritage, one of which is batik. Solo batik has many fans since it includes elevated art and creativity.
  • Pasar Triwindu
    Located south of the Mangkunegaran Palace, Pasar Triwindu sells a variety of antiques. Goesti Nurul Kamaril established this market in 1939 to commemorate the 24th Anniversary of The Reign of Mangkunegaran VII.
  • Kemuning Tea Plantation
    Fresh cool air and captivating hills view full of tea plantations are must items you'll get when you come to Kemuning Tea Plantation.
  • Bird Feeding
    One of the best ways to interact with nature for every age of citizens is by feeding birds. It can be a fascinating educational activity for children as well.
  • Kampung Wisata Baluwarti
    Nestled alongside the Surakarta Kasunanan Palace area, Tourist Village Baluwarti has abundant cultures and traditions. 
  • Yoga Session
    A busy day may tense your muscle, and sometimes it will affect your mind too. With a pleasing ambience and fresh air, soothe your day by having a yoga sesh beside our pool.
  • Tea Making
    The whole experience class for every tea enthusiast is ready at Mahalaya Hotel! We all know that tasting and smelling tea can initiate various health benefits.
  • Dawet Bu Dermi
    Mrs. Dermi's Es Dawet is Solo's legendary traditional refreshment beverage. It had been selling es dawet since the beginning of Pasar Gedhe in 1930, and the third generation now holds it.
  • Kue Putu Ragil
    This traditional white cake with a sweet and savory taste is a prima donna in Indonesia and Southeast Asia. Putu is made from rice flour with brown sugar filling, then steamed with a machine that makes a unique whistling sound.
  • Jamu Gendhong Bu Sri Lestari
    As the name implies, this herbal drink is sold by the seller carrying it around (gendhong). Mrs. Sri Lestari has been selling jamu gendhong for about 44 years in front of Nongko Market.
  • Gulali Solo
    Most 30s Indonesian are familiar with this sweet. Gulali Jawa, a candy whose first appearance is unknown, is made from caramelized brown sugar and shaped as desired.
  • Terang Bulan Jadoel Mas Rendi
    This round sheet-like snack topped with simple condiments can make anyone who eats it time traveling to the 90s era.
  • Keraton Kasunanan
    Keraton Surakarta Hadiningrat, more famously known as Keraton Kasunanan, was built by Sri Susuhan Pakubuwono II (Sunan PB II) in 1744 as a replacement Kartasura Palace which was destroyed in the Geger Pecinan incident in 1743.
  • Pasar Gedhe
    Pasar Gedhe Harjonagoro, or Pasar Gedhe, is a traditional market located in the heart of Solo City. It is nestled within the Chinatown village, the Balong area, right across the infamous Tien Kok Sie Temple.
  • Keraton Mangkunegaran
    Mangkunegaran Palace, was built in 1757 by Raden Mas Said or KGPAA Mangkunegara I. One of the most iconic features of the palace is its Pendopo, a gazebo-like structure often used for gatherings, ceremonies, and private events.