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Very crowded, narrow and often the same stuff (literally more than 50 stores selling similar sarons). We liked Ubud Market a lot more.
Might be worth it if you _really_ like shopping and are short on cash.
It's a great place to buy souvenirs and know a bit better how works the local community. Part of the Balinese culture is to bargain the price, so make sure you have a bit of patience to deal the price if you don't want overpay...More
We love this place and go most times we go to Bali. There's a huge range of products and if you search you can find them making the products in very dark aisles at the rear of some shops. This was fascinating to see and...More
After walking the market, I don't think it's a necessary place to stop by unless you really do have an intention of getting paintings/souvenier/handicraft/figurine etc.
Some shop do have interesting items but the shop owners/staff can be very pushy in trying to get you to...More
We were lucky to find a great artist here. And loved his work. There are many stores but his collection really stands out. It’s right in the beginning near where the old market used to be. Can get some great work for great prices. Need...More
Visited Nadia's gold and silver jewellery in Gianyar, where we were able to watch the local artisans hand making jewellery and arts. A great and authentic experience and got totally absorbed in both the process, and the shop!!