Location: Jl. Margonda Raya Kav. 88, Kemiri Muka, Beji, Depok City, West Java 16423
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Telephone: (021) 7753487
Open What Hours
Tuesday 10am to 9.30pm
Wednesday 10am to 9:30 pm
Thursday 10am to 9:30 pm
Saturday 10am – 10pm
Sunday 10am to 10pm
Many regions in Indonesia have become targets for the development of new shopping centers. Mall developments that are considered in the mega series are clearly visible in the areas around the capital city of Jakarta, Bogor, Depok, Tangerang and Bekasi.
However, these developments have not only penetrated the Jabodetabek area and Java Island, but also other large cities from Sabang to the tip of Merauke, although they have also witnessed this development. It is undeniable that shopping centers have always been a trend and prima donna so that they are always crowded with people.
If traced one by one, you can see several Mall units that have good, magnificent icons that are always crowded such as Taman Anggrek, Plaza Senayan, Kelapa Gading, AEON Serpong, FX Sudirman, especially in the southern part of Jakarta.
However, the development of malls in Indonesia has not always produced good results. There are also many various shopping centers that have experienced bitter events, which are always quiet until they almost go out of business, as is the case with Mall Grand Serpong, ITC Kuningan, ITC Fatmawati, Kelapa Gading Trade Center W, Bekasi Square, Mega Karawang, Grand Palladium Medan, Kaza City Surabaya.
It doesn’t end there, Saphir Square Jogja Yogyakarta, Lippo Kuta Bali, Big Samarinda, Lombok City Center, Palur Plaza Solo, Rita Pasaraya Wonosobo, Lamongan Plaza, Tulungagung Plaza, Lippo Jember, Suncity Madiun, Pacific Tegal, Kartini Bandar Lampung, Duta Banjarbaru, Wonosobo, Iskandar. Grogol.
And also Grand Tarakan, North Kalimantan, New Makassar, City Gorontalo, Big Samarinda, to Metro Merauke are some examples of shopping centers in Indonesia that are quiet and less attractive to visitors.
Even more tragic, Pasaraya Sri Ratu, South Ring (Molis) Bandung, Ramayana Gresik, Ramayana Kediri and MX Malang are examples of shopping centers that are no longer operational and have turned into haunted empty buildings.
The problem of marketing strategy is one of the main causes of the failure of the existence of shopping centers in Indonesia.
In Indonesia, the concept of shopping center development is still only looking at the opportunity for demand for city needs, which only assumes that as the population increases, the number of visits will also increase.
Often the layout strategies of buildings and outlets seem too compartmentalized so that they feel less humanistic and visitors feel bored quickly resulting in not returning to the shopping center.
In fact, if you look at the trend of malls abroad, there are so many successful ones and can become role models for Indonesia.
As an example of a magnificent and unique mall that has succeeded and is still a favorite destination for visitors, namely various shopping centers initiated by Giga Group Pakistan DXMall such as Islamabad, Khrisna Apra Indirapuram, Neytaji Subhnash Place (NSP), Rohini West, Ring Road Pitampura, Rawalpindi, and Boracay Philippines.
As for other shopping centers, such as Orchard Singapore, Langkawi Fair Shopping Mall Kuala Lumpur, Bandar Seri Inskandar Perak Malaysia, and Ho Chi Minh Vietnam. The concept that has been recognized as a successful shopping center is to adapt to the shift in people’s behavior.
The mall now has no main function as a shopping place, but as an arena for fun and socializing. Plus, the application of the concept Transit Oriented Development (TOD) is also a key factor in stabilizing the number of visitors.
Residential development and shopping centers that are integrated with public transportation modes are also term-oriented one stop living. Located in the area one stop living, shopping centers are believed to never run out of visitors.
This is because there are always apartment / hotel residents or workers who spend time in the mall even if only for eating, hanging out, watching movies at the cinema or taking a break.
One of the shopping centers in Depok that has the same problem is Depok Mall. This mall is built on a land area of 45000m2 in 1996, it consisted of 5 floors including 1 basement floor.
However, with the development of other shopping centers around Depok City, this mall seems to be getting smaller. Seeing these problems, PT. Propindo Sedayu as the owner wants to open up opportunities by improving the image and changing the concept of a new shopping center for the people of Depok City.
The initial strategy taken was to change the name Depok Mall to Dmall. Next, try to improve on each of the concepts adopted from various successful shopping centers abroad.
The new DMall concept is designed to be flexible to embrace all levels of society, by providing a fun and comfortable place to shop for daily needs, meet colleagues and friends, or just simply hangout with friends and family.
Access is fairly easy and very strategic. If you use public transportation, you don’t need to be confused because it is located in the heart of Depok City, east of Hotel Fave Margonda.
To make it easier to find addresses, you can also search with the map application which will take us to the search for Jalan Margonda Raya Kavling 88, Depok, West Java.
List of Restaurants
With its new concept, DMall Depok also offers a complete range of outlets ranging from clothing shopping centers, household goods, restaurants, book stores, arena entertainment to various bank administration offices. All of these outlets have been accommodated on all floors, here is a list of the outlets that are available on Dmall.
In general, the basement is used as a large parking area for visitors. However, on the basement floor of Dmall. Multi-functional manager basement area to pamper visitors such as providing spa beauty outlets, Daily Foodhall Shops, service laundry.
Uniquely, on the basement floor there is also a special salon for vehicles, namely Auto Polish. Of course, it will be easier to maintain and clean your vehicle when you visit this shopping center.
Floor Ground (G):
On the ground floor, you can enjoy various variants of leading restaurants such as KFC, Baskin Robins, Starbucks, Domino’s Pizza, Gokana Ramen & Tepan, Es Teler 77, Ichiban Sushi, and Dunkin Donuts. Other outlets available include Yopie Salon, Optik Melawai, Yongki Komaladi, as well Golden Truly.
This floor is dominated by outlets selling special toys for children. In addition, there are also Indonesian culinary menus that can be eaten at Warung Tekko and Bakso Malang Karapitan (BMK).
Even though some of the shop houses on this floor still look empty, on this floor you can easily find outlets selling various electronic products & furniture at the outlet Electronic Solution, My Home, and MPG Furniture. Your favorite CGV Cinemas is also available on the 2nd floor.
The 3rd floor is the center of the Indonesian culinary center. On this floor, you can find Bebek Semego, Pancoran Tennis Meatballs, Margonda Bakmi, Pempek Tussy, Soto Betawi, Bakmi Bangka, Warung Sate, and various types of food. food court others are available here.
DMall is not only intended for Depok residents and its surroundings, but domestic and foreign visitors are also designed to be able to easily access it.
Supported by Hotel Santika, this hotel is directly connected to the back of the DMall building so that it will be easier to access hotel and mall services. Hotel Santika Depok has a total of 122 rooms and is also equipped with complete services such as meeting rooms and services laundry, fitness center/the gym, and a swimming pool.
What do you think, with the improvement of the system from Dmall Depok? Isn’t it interesting? If you are interested in becoming a part of DMall, you can contact email [email protected].
Various information on activities and various promos, even updated information, management always informs them on the website https://www.dmalldepok.com. Come on, let’s try the newest atmosphere from DMall Depok!