Eid Mubarak holiday is only two weeks away and you won’t want to miss the Festival Jakarta Great Sale this weekend on 25 May.

Eid Mubarak holiday is only two weeks away and you won’t want to miss the Festival Jakarta Great Sale this weekend on 25 May. Pexels​​​/NOW!JAKARTA

Running for a whole month, Jakarta Great Sale—organized to celebrate the 492th Anniversary of Jakarta—will also offer Eid Mubarak discounts up to 70 per cent off during midnight sale in various shopping centres and retail stores across Jakarta.

This price-slashing event is organized by Indonesia Shopping Centre Association (APPBI) in collaboration with 14 partners, 82 shopping centres in five areas around Jakarta, 34 Pasar Jaya outlet and 4 hotels, namely Hotel Borobudur, Holiday Inn Suite Jakarta, Millennium Hotel Sirih Jakarta and Aryaduta Semanggi.

Jakarta Great Sale will also run an SME Bazaar to showcase local products empowered by Jakarta Handicraft Council (Dekranasda DKI Jakarta) at selected malls such as AEON Mall Jakarta Garden City, Gandaria City, Grand Indonesia, Kota Kasablanka, Lippo Mall Kemang, Lippo Mall Puri, Mall Kelapa Gading and Senayan City.

The Midnight Sale will be special this year as it is close to Eid Mubarak celebration. Fashion enthusiasts and sale hunters in Jakarta will have a great time hunting Lebaran attire and other essential holiday goods. The Midnight Sale will be held in two periods. The first one is on from 24 – 26 May, and the second phase will be scheduled before Eid Mubarak from 30 May to 2 June.

Hoping to ignite the shopping spirit of the masses for Jakarta Great Sale this year, APPBI is targeting IDR 9,5 trillion in total transaction value. Needless to say, there will be malls with multiple offers and discounts during Jakarta Great Sale.

Grand Indonesia

Grand Indonesia Shopping Town is organizing ‘Ramadhan Wonders’ with three main programmes: Ramadan Show, Shop & Win, and Pose, Post & Win.

Participate in The Shop & Win with a minimum purchase of IDR 3 million and redeem your shopping receipts at the Jakarta Great Sale booth by the 1st floor Skybridge for a chance to win prizes like the Apple Watch Series 4, holidays to Kuala Lumpur or Bali, shopping vouchers and many more during 18-23 May and 26 May – 2 June.

The Midnight Sale at Grand Indonesia is happening on 24 – 25 May with discount up to 70 per cent in more than 200 participating tenants.

Kota Kasablanka

Through partnership with Indonesia Fashion Designer Association (APPMI), the famous mall of Kota Kasablanka is running the 7th Ramadan Runway from 16 May to 9 June. Ramadan Runway presents a number of fashionable collections from Indonesian designers including Poppy Dharsono, Dian Pelangi, Hengky Kawilarang and Jeny Tjahyawati. The fashion event also displays the latest and greatest collections fit for you to celebrate Eid Mubarak in style. Big names include Malaysian designers Siti Khadijah and Calvin Thoo, and renowned the Philippines-based designer, Mac Taug.

Don’t miss The Midnite Shoptacular event on 25 May to get a chance of snatching up to 80 per cent discount at every retailer within the mall starting from 8pm.

Lotte Shopping Avenue

‘The Blessing Ramadan’ at Lotte Shopping Avenue is valid from 17 May to 9 June, and one could enjoy a number of seasonal promotions ranging from discounts, cashbacks, double value voucher, lucky dip, and Ramadan rewards.

Midnight Sale at Lotte Shopping Avenue, “Shop Night Out”, will be running two periods: on 18 May and 25 May. Retailers will slash up to 70 per cent of their prices. A Number of outlets will offer affordable prices for clothing, accessories, makeup and perfume. Those spending more than IDR 2 million will be rewarded with a double voucher valued at IDR 200,000. The double voucher promotion is valid from 17 to 26 May.

Jakarta Great Sale runs 25 Mei to 23 June. For more information, visit www.festivaljakartagreatsale.com

Rintang Azhar

Rintang Azhar

Rintang is a previous staff writer for NOW! with experience in hard news and lifestyle journalism. He specialises in art, design, culture, fashion, environmental, and urban issues.