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If you are expecting a night market similar to Singapore or Thailand you will be disappointed . Food was not cooked fresh and sat in the heat . The smell of open drains and rotting food was overpowering and made all food unappealing .
It was a short drive from my hotel in Ubud and touted as a "bigger" night market than the rest, so i felt compelling to visit.
Turns out to be a disappointing visit as there was almost nothing for me buy other than try the...More
If you are open minded and want to experience traditional Bali life, then the Gianyar Street Night Market is a must do.
I recommend getting there early around 5:30-6pm. Walk through and try as many dishes as possible. The babi guling (suckling pig), bakso ayam...More
We loved the Gianyar Night Market. We had heard that there are virtually no westerners in sight and that was true. We always like trying out of the way places and this was no exception. After 20 trips to Bali, and never falling ill, we...More
So if you are staying in Ubud or Gianyar area, do not miss this gem! Cheap and good food! Must try the gado gado (Tipa Chatok), Ayam Betutu (first stall on the left entrance), Babi Guling, sate (along the main road) and the sweet desserts!...More
Last year we paid $40 each to come here with a guide from a cooking school. It was disappointing and certainly not worth it - however I put on my list to return for a better experience. This time it cost less than $40 for...More