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We were disappointed. We made the mistake of thinking if we go to the source prices will be more reasonable if not cheaper than at the tourist-geared markets. What surprise! Prices here are at a premium. So, if prices matter to you, you are better...More
Watch local women sitting outside doing batik and weaving on a loom. Then browse the large shop for souvenirs or buy a t.shirt and choose a design for one of the women to hand draw onto it. There is no charge for this but a...More
They greet you with artists sitting outside making some very intricate paintings on the cloth. Inside there are so many different things that can are all handmade and look very nice. But, of course everything is very pricey here. You need to really love art...More
Batik painting is a traditional art of Balinese people... Here you can see them doing live painting on clothes using some hot liquid ( I don't know what the liquid is). .... Here we can select T shirts and they will paint on it.... Also...More
Bali is famous for its Batik work and this place gives a glimpse of how its done. Talented craftsmen and women can be seen drawing paintings on clothes using wax and honey. Inside there is a very big emporium selling Batik painted products like T-shirts,...More
Good place for batik lookout and a great experience to watch live batik drawing. You may purchase a blank white T and the proceed to your custom design order (you need to tip- at your comfortable amount for the drawing artist). Adult shirt is about...More
The range of Batik goods on sale here is enormous and they're all absolutely amazing quality. I came looking to buy one shirt but couldn't choose, there are so many incredibly beautiful designs. My girlfriend also found a Batik hand fan that she loves. You...More
If you have enough time, visit this place, it's enlighting your knowledge about Indonesian batik, especially Balinese batik which do exist ...
The quality is very good with affordable price according which quality you choose ...
Worth to visit ...
A very interesting location - they still produce fabric by traditional means (ALL fabrics sold here are made here - by hand). The manual loom process harks back to pre- Industrial Revolution technology, and as you'd expect production timescales are LONG. They have bats roosting...More