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Some markets in the Far East are amazing, this isn’t one of them.
Mega packed with tourists and every stall selling identical stuff, all cheap naff rubbish. There are so many cool shops in Ubud go there instead.
Just like every other marketplace in any major tourist destination, this place is filled to the brim with everything you could possibly want to buy when you’re in Ubud.
Every dress, bag, sandals, souvenir, carving, mask, you name it, that can be found in any...More
Walking into the Ubud Market is a test of patience. Maybe some people enjoy walking through a severely crowded market with aggressive sellers where all the items seem to be the same. It's definitely not for me.
My wife and I walked through for just...More
Each time we visit Ubud, we love to spend some time at the market. It can be chaotic, noisy and hot, but do know they have different sections for purchasing what you need.
We tend to go into the bowels and lowest floors for coffee...More
Items that can be bought in this market are all available in the air conditioned mall in Bali. Similar items are 2-3 times more expensive in this market!
The sellers are rude and hostile if you spent too long in their stall without buying anything,...More
The ambiance in Ubud Market was nice, but most stalls are selling more or less the same item. The price is a bit high, so need to have a good negotiations skill. The sellers are friendly and there are lots of dogs in the area...More
This local wet market starts at dawn and sells fresh fruits and vegetables, spices and local products. It is a huge area to explore and bargaining is expected. An interesting place to mingle with the locals.
We have visit this morning around 5:30am to Ubud market by motorcycle. This market open at 04am till 07am in the morning; they selling fresh local (salak gula pasir, oranges) and import fruits, traditional foods (small cakes, crackers, rice, tipat). After 07 am this market...More
Get up and go early in the morning at latest 6am to buy exotic fruits for local prices. Much more sellers as during the day. Excellent experience! Bargain, bargain and bargain!
If you want to buy some sarongs or some souvenirs and other stuff like...More
This is one of my favourite markets to visit. I like how the market extends beyond the central building and that there is much more to browse in the surrounding streets. Although the sellers can be a little pushy as is the case in most...More