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Manding leather craft center

Manding is a leather craft centers in Sabdodadi Village, Bantul District, Bantul Regency, Yogyakarta, as a famous village for producing crafts made of leather since 1947. The citizens were hereditary profession as a leather craftsman is wallet, purse, shoes, sandals, jackets and others into a shopping paradise area for handmade leather products.

Manding became the center of leather has 42 production houses and 48 showrooms lined up around the village. Showroom displaying various crafts in every shop window. Shoes, bags, sandals, jackets, belts, hats, purses and variety of leather accessories such as key chains, bracelets, necklaces, picture frames and other.

Tinuku Travel Manding leather craft center presents variety beautiful handmade fashion as shopping paradise Travel Manding leather craft center presents variety beautiful handmade fashion as shopping paradise

The travelers buy a variety of products ready stock in showroom or order to desired style. The travelers can also visit production houses in middle of residential areas to watch the artisans create a variety of products directly in scene. Manding village also routinely get orders from well-known fashion brands in the world.

A leather jacket has a price of IDR500 thousand to IDR1.5 million, shoes start from IDR70 thousand to IDR1 million and bag IDR50 thousand to IDR1 million. Various kinds of leather wallets from IDR50 to IDR250 thousand, key chains ranging from IDR5 thousand, slippers start IDR35 thousand and belts ranging from IDR10 thousand.

Manding village history originated from the tradition of leather processing, making horse saddles, horse carriage seat and others. All production steps manually from pattern making, cutting to sewing. Traditions preserved until today as a Manding village community culture.

Location: Jl. Dr. Wahidin Sudiro Husodo, Manding, Sabdodadi, Bantul, Yogyakarta.

Activity: Leather craft shopping center. Explore ethnography, archeology, architecture, culture and culinary. Hunting photography and videography, and others.

Complementary facilities: Car parking, restrooms, restaurants, hotels and resort. Manding leather craft center presents variety beautiful handmade fashion as shopping paradise

Tinuku Travel Manding leather craft center presents variety beautiful handmade fashion as shopping paradise

Reach access: 3 km from Bantul city, 11 km from Yogyakarta city.

Routes and public transport: All flights to Adisucipto International Airport in Yogyakarta City.

Advice: If you want to buy then the bidding process must be done immediately. For example, merchants offer IDR100,000 then you can start from IDR50,000. That is the uniqueness of tradition shopping.

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