Bedugul Market

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Karynnea
7 contributions
Dec 2019
Terrible experience, they really try to rob tourists. I get that we are expected to negotiate but this goes beyond negotiation.
I was so shocked by the lady prices. I was asking her how much is this and how much is that, she kept saying we discuss later, business bla bla bla.
Then when I told her I'm done choosing, she quoted 780k IDR for 15 mangoosteen, 2 mangos, 1 set of bananas and 1 pack of Rosella tea!!!! I was so shocked by the starting price that I yelled and left her standing there, she dropped it to 200k IDR instantaneously but the harm was done and I no longer wanted to deal with her. We left and bought the same later from a fruit store for 100k IDR (without the rosella tea)!
To be avoided at all cost in my opinion.
Written 8 January 2020
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Vivianne Y
22 contributions
May 2019 • Friends
Been this market twice,last week
it really shock me .We bought 5passion fruit it cost 150k rupiah .
I ask the vendor how much per kg ,she refused to answer me instead just hand me the bag pack with passion fruit to my hand .after bargain it also cost 100k.(after that we found passion fruit in ubud only cost 30k 7pcs)
we felt trap ,but don't want to waste energy argue
in year2014 visit,the fruit seller was selling the fruit in price/ kg.I feel that is way more honest .
Written 22 May 2019
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Aaqarsh Aiyyar
Chennai (Madras), India2,454 contributions
Apr 2019 • Friends
I bought some strawberries and snacks from this market. The taste of the strawberries were good. Most of the shops sell the same goods and hence there is a scope for bargaining.
Written 17 April 2019
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eVe
Singapore, Singapore293 contributions
Jul 2018 • Friends
Small market opposite our resort. Boring nothing much to shop. Stalls sell about the same things. Not recommended to go unless you stay near the market.
Written 18 August 2018
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nellielim
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia4,110 contributions
Jul 2018 • Family
This is a big market selling the normal market produce. Stopped here for a quick look while on the way to Lake Beratan.
Written 25 July 2018
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Sanssoucis13
Amsterdam, The Netherlands171 contributions
Apr 2018
Save yourself the time and trouble of stopping here , one market stall was trying to charge us 50rp for a single onion ! Like hello ! Wake up and smell the coffee if you can , amdst the stench of rotten vegetables and open sewers ! I mean who wants ten mega large sticks of cinnamon or age old dusty packs of spices
Written 17 April 2018
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Albywon
Sydney, Australia11,584 contributions
Feb 2018 • Couples
Fortunately I didn't bring much money with me. The most unplesant stall vendors in all of Bali but I did manage 30 minutes and a few small purchases:
Black overpants IDR50k
Watch IDR70k
Singlet IDR27k
Wooden box IDR30k
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Written 3 February 2018
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Cess
140 contributions
Jan 2018 • Friends
We liked this market. Nice fruit and. good bargains. You can bargain a lot. Also we had a nice coffee its realy good to stop here for a while also the have a t m
We bought a lot of souvenirs. Cheaper than in ubud or sanur
Written 1 January 2018
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John C
Bali, Indonesia69 contributions
Jul 2017 • Family
We always stop here on the way back from trips to the northern part of the island. We grab some fresh vegetables and look around. The prices for all other than the veges are priced for the tourists. Since living in Bali, we enjoy eating only fresh foods. .. you can find it here at the right price if you know what to look for.

They also have the regular tourist clothing, trinkets, etc. but the prices are better in Ubud if you are looking to buy that stuff. Try to support the places you spend the majority of your time not towns you pass through.
Written 28 July 2017
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PerryWh
Victor Harbor, Australia37 contributions
Jun 2017 • Couples
Depends what you are after... There are some stalls selling fruit and veg but, for the most part, it's all about tourist tat. Wooden toys and souvenirs, cheap clothes and bags of spice. Everything has to be bargained for (because, apparently, that's what tourists want) so expect to spend 5 minutes arguing about the price of a 2 dollar toy. While we were there, the only locals we saw were the stallholders and drivers - everyone else was a tourist. On the plus side - there's an ATM, a cafe and plant shop at the back that's well worth a look (even though you can't bring anything back).
If you want to see a more authentic local market head 10 minutes along the road to Baturiti
Written 12 June 2017
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