Hunting for souvenirs in the Pati area, Central Java is one of the mandatory agendas for travelers crossing the eastern pantura route.
The reason is, the city of Bumi Mina Tani is very well known for having a lot of various kinds of unique souvenirs that are very suitable to be brought home and distributed to relatives.
Are you curious about what kind of Pati souvenirs you must hunt? Well, here is a complete list of recommendations from Travel Blog Indonesia
1. Bakaran Batik
Well, the first souvenir that you must hunt when you visit the Pati area is burnt batik. Hearing the name, maybe Friends of TrailPiknik think if this one craft, the way of making it must be by burning.
But in fact, it is so named because this batik comes from the village of Bakaran which is made with traditional writing techniques, so that all the motifs are different but still unique.
This burnt batik is very easy to find in Pati and generally, the price starts from IDR 70,000-IDR 200,000 depending on the complexity of the workmanship, color and quality.
2. Milkfish Presto
Presto milkfish has always been the most sought after souvenir by tourists when visiting the city of Pati, Central Java.
Although it is easy to find in several other cities, the typical Pati taste is no less delicious. Especially because the ingredients are made from quality fish which are then processed using a special spice blend.
This presto milkfish is also very easy to find either in the gift center or online shops around the city of Pati. Regarding the price, don’t worry too much because it’s still very affordable.
3. Brass Crafts
The next souvenir is one of the typical Pati souvenirs made of brass and made in various shapes and unique designs.
From animal-shaped ashtrays, statues, miniatures, key chains, jewelry to unique and interesting ornaments, these can be the right choices to be souvenirs.
For those who are interested in hunting for this craft, the village of Juwana in Pati is the most appropriate place to be visited by the Friends of the Trail of Picnic.
4. Getuk Lopis
The next souvenir is getuk lopis, which is a type of snack that must be taken home when visiting the city of Pati.
But unfortunately, this traditional snack is very suitable for the Friends of Travel Blog Indonesia whose residence is not far from the city of Pati, this is because it can only last one day.
Getuk lopis itself is very easy to find along Jalan Pati to the Tayu area. And about the price, it only ranges from Rp. 2,000-Rp. 2,500 a pack.
This next souvenir is actually not much different from the peanuts sold in the market, but because the processing is still very traditional, the taste is really original.
Not infrequently, tourists often buy these peanuts to be used as souvenirs or just snacks when they are passing through the city of Pati.
The typical Pati beans themselves are very easy to find both in the market center or the gift shop. Besides being crunchy and tasty, the price is also quite affordable.
6. Moho cake
Moho, hearing his name as Friends of the Trail of Picnik, must be thinking what souvenirs is this one? Are you curious? But no need to worry, because these souvenirs are safe to take home.
Moho is the name of a typical Pati cake which has a soft texture because it is made from rice flour, wheat and sugar. As for the taste, it’s sweet enough and guaranteed to be addictive.
However, this moho cake is not found in gift shops but only in traditional markets. With only Rp.500 to thousands of capital, the Friends of Travel Blog Indonesia can enjoy the delicious traditional snacks.
Not only moho, hearing the name of this next souvenir, Friends of Travel Blog Indonesia will also be curious about what ampo actually is.
Ampo is a kind of light snack whose base ingredient is made of dry clay and is often served as a snack to accompany a warm drink in the afternoon.
Although made of clay, the taste of these snacks is almost similar to chocolate sticks. How, curious to try it?
But unfortunately, ampo days are increasingly difficult to find because it is displaced by the presence of a series of contemporary foods. But take it easy, you can still get them at some souvenir shops around the city of Pati, at very affordable prices.
8. Meat crackers
This next fruit is processed almost the same as ampo but with different basic ingredients.
If ampo is made of clay, the basic ingredients of this cracker use fish, beef or goat meat that have been mashed and then shaped.
However, because the basic ingredients are quite expensive, these crackers are increasingly rare and quite difficult to find. So, you have to be patient, look for it.
9. Eggs Lurik
Not only moho and ampo, these striated eggs will definitely make Travel Blog Indonesia’s friends wonder why their name is so unique.
This souvenir is a kind of egg-based snack that is smoked until the shell turns brownish.
The taste that is produced is quite delicious, it will definitely make the Friends of the Trail of Picnic addiction. If you want to hunt, please just come to Batursari village in Batangan, Pati. Regarding the price, it is quite cheap, only Rp. 2,400-Rp. 3,000 / item.
10. Honey Nest
Being named that does not mean that this snack is actually made from honeycomb. Actually, the composition uses a mixture of ordinary rice flour and sticky rice.
Even though the ingredients are simple, this food is quite unique because the manufacturing process is quite complicated because it has to be the same as honeycomb.
This honey nest is processed by frying it then smearing it with a thick coconut sugar solution so that the taste is even more delicious. How, interested in tasting it?
Honey nests are usually sold in traditional markets. And about the price, this light snack is priced quite affordable, only around Rp. 7,500 / pack with 10 pieces.