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this market is not what it used to be. but if you are new to Ubud you still have to see it for yourself. i was impressed with how much cleaner it is, no more tatty plastic bags drifting about. remember to take your own...More
If you like local art and handicraft, this is the place to be!!! Start in the morning so that the crowd is lesser and you can peacefully walk through the myriad colorful streets and browse through the stores without any jostling
A lot of knickknacks...More
First of all its huge, so if you start shopping and liked the first thing which you have seen, think twice as the market is huge with various shops . After 15-20 mins of walk, you ll understand that stuff is repeating in the shops...More
This market no mirros the markets in Kuat. Cheap, low quality goods and the vendors have become very pushy. Was sweltering in there when we visited and I would not bother going again. There are better items to be found in stores around Ubud.
The Ubud Art Market is the ideal place to shop for unique art items made by villagers around and souvenirs at the lowest prices such as silk scarves, handmade bags, hats, and many other handcrafted goods. If you are not good at bargaining, it is...More
A few prices I was able to bargain to help for perspective (some may have gotten better or worse pricing):
- round purses: 100,000 (they started around 250,000)
- melted glass bowl on wood: 150,000 (they started at 450,000). Note on this: you can get...More
Honestly best place to shop in Ubud, especially if you like to haggle for a good deal. Sellers here arent pushy like in Kuta. It's a bit of a rabbit warren but it's awesome. I came here twice and atill didnt get around it all....More
Wanna buy some artsy stuff, such as handmade bags, tops, textile, or something like that, you need to give this place a visit. Ubud Traditional Art Market offers a very good deals to you who wants to pick some artsy stuff as a gift for...More
Tuesday morning 17th September and we were sightseeing and exploring in Ubud and we spend some time wandering around the market.
This market it cannot be avoided or overlooked as it's stalls stretch along a number of narrow streets and lanes in the Town.
My husband and I spent about an hour here in the morning. Definitely go in the morning as vendors will give you “morning deals” , which are deeper discounts then you get in the afternoon. Also, it’s hot and there’s really no air conditioning so...More
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Both visa and master cards are generally fine but you should have some cash for tips, taxis and markets. Food is relatively cheap but obviously it does depend where you eat! Food at Hotels tends to be a lot more expensive... More
Both visa and master cards are generally fine but you should have some cash for tips, taxis and markets. Food is relatively cheap but obviously it does depend where you eat! Food at Hotels tends to be a lot more expensive than a local restaurant or street vendor