7 Typical Solo Souvenirs That You Can Bring Home

 7 Typical Solo Souvenirs That You Can Bring Home

Solo is a big city that is also popular after Yogyakarta and Semarang. Some destinations such as the palace and other places are always inviting to be explored. But when visiting a city, it’s not complete if you don’t come home with souvenirs. In Solo, apart from bringing food, you can also get other items to make your relatives happy. Check out the following souvenirs from Solo that you must take home.

1. Batik

Not only Yogyakarta has batik, but Solo also has batik that you can make as gifts for your family at home. Solo batik has many motifs, one of which is Kawung. You can also get it in several places, such as well-known brands like Danar Hadi or hunting at the Klewer market. Of course, you have to choose according to your budget.

2. Serbat Jahe

Drinks that can warm your body can also be used as souvenirs. This drink made from selected spices and ginger is packaged into cute circles. Because of its popularity, you can also find this drink in several markets in several cities in Indonesia. You can also get it at several souvenir places in the Klewer market area.

3. Mandarijn Bread

If you want to bring bread, then this Mandarijn bread can be an option. Not only does it have a distinctive taste, but it is also legendary because it has been around since 1930. Not only has one type, but now this Mandarijn Cake also comes with several variants. Each flavor has a different price. This food can last up to 1 week, so it is safe to take long trips. If you are interested, you can go directly to the Orion Store in Solo.

4. Intip

Intip is also a snack that should not be missed for souvenirs. You can easily get this wide round snack because there are many peeping sellers in various places such as Singosaren market to Klewer market. The price is also quite low, starting from IDR 10,000 to IDR 20,000 per plastic. Make sure you store it well because Intip crumbles easily.

5. Abon Mesran

If this one gift is perfect for your dining friends and family. Abon Mesran is available from chicken and beef which has a sweet and spicy taste. You can choose the variant according to your taste. The price starts from IDR 35,000 depending on the type of meat. You can also get souvenirs at several places in the city of Solo.

6. Brem

You can also make this traditional food as a souvenir when you visit the city of Surakarta (Solo). Brem has a very unique taste and is different from other snacks. This Brem is round and solid with white color. You can find brem at some souvenir shops, or by visiting Pasar Gede.

7. Roti Ganep

Roti Ganep is the name of one of the souvenir shops in Solo, a favorite of many tourists. This shop has a product that made it skyrocket, namely roti kecik or dry bread that is the size of a finger and is oval. This bread is made without preservatives and can be said to be low in cholesterol. You can directly visit the shop on Jl. Sutan Syahrir No. 176 Tambaksegaran.

Whether your trips take you on a long stroll on beaches, delicious cuisines, relaxing spas and resorts, or urban attractions, additional research will give you the best experience for your visit. Get to know more about Solo by visiting Wonderful Indonesia.

Paul Watson

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