Fruit, vegetables and meat can be found in the basement; on the second level is the place for spices and dried goods; while household wares, clothing, art and craft is on the third level. Here you can get a very good price if you're smart in bargaining.
In the northern part is Gajahmada Street, where you can find handicrafts and some shoe shops and restaurants.
In the eastern part is Sulawesi Street, the place for all kind of fabrics on its both sides with some shops providing household ware in between.
In the southern part is Hasanudin Street where you can see gold shops, selling jewelry to local people but, of course, the visitor is welcome to buy but please bargain.
On the west Side of the market is the place for people to buy coconut leaf and ceremony supplies.