Tourism Market of Pasar Bawah Pekanbaru

Pasar Bawah known as the Tourism Market, is located on Saleh Abbas Street, Senapelan District. Approximately 30 minutes from Sultan Syarif Kasim II Airport, Pekanbaru.

Pasar Bawah known as the Tourism Market, is located on Saleh Abbas Street, Senapelan District. Approximately 30 minutes from Sultan Syarif Kasim II Airport, Pekanbaru.

Access to Pasar Bawah is also easy because this market is still in the center of the city, so it can still be reached by using public transportation, both urban transportation (Angkot), city buses and Transmetro buses.
Every day the market, which sells a variety of antiques, household accessories, both from within and outside the country, is never empty of buyers.

Entering Pasar Bawah, visitors are spoiled with a choice of attractive merchandise at affordable prices. Just entering the ground floor of this market, visitors have been presented with stalls merchant souvenirs typical of Pekanbaru.

Pasar Bawah known as the Tourism Market, is located on Saleh Abbas Street, Senapelan District. Approximately 30 minutes from Sultan Syarif Kasim II Airport, Pekanbaru.  Access to Pasar Bawah is also easy because this market is still in the center of the city, so it can still be reached by using public transportation, both urban transportation (Angkot), city buses and Transmetro buses. Every day the market, which sells a variety of antiques, household accessories, both from within and outside the country, is never empty of buyers.  Entering Pasar Bawah, visitors are spoiled with a choice of attractive merchandise at affordable prices. Just entering the ground floor of this market, visitors have been presented with stalls merchant souvenirs typical of Pekanbaru.

For tourists who are confused looking for souvenir shops, this market can be the right choice.
Shifting to the second floor will be found sellers of woven fabrics with typical Riau Malay motifs. Luxury and antique items with high exchange rates are quite easy to find in this market. However, some are relatively inexpensive, such as jars and statues from China and carpets from the Middle East.

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