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. As the name implies: Tri means three, and windu means eight years; if multiplied, it means 24. At first, this market was just an area with tables used to sell traditional snacks, food, apparel, and household necessities. But starting in 1970, this market began selling antiques. In 2011, Pasar Triwindu was renovated and redesigned to be what it is today, a Javanese-style building.
Pasar Triwindu hosts an array of authentic handcrafted knickknacks, including decorative lamps, telephones, typewriters, statues, radios, jewelry, and many more. However, even if you are not a collector, you can take photos there because Pasar Triwindu is a tourist destination, the dignity site of Solo. Of course, you need to ask for permission from the shop owner first.
Walk down the lively walkways of Triwindu Market and be ready to get transported to the 20s era with us!