Ubud Shopping
Ubud Shopping
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Ahmedabad, India111 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2023 • Family
Nothing too fancy at the market opposite royal house but perhaps the shops an cafés around this area are so glittering one just doesn’t get shopping vibes at the market. We quickly glanced and moved to nearby boutique shops, where we found hidden gems of young designers and affordable shopping without bargaining.
Written 20 November 2023
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Grace B
Melbourne, Australia35 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2023 • Couples
Definitely go to Ubud for wonderful relaxing massage experiences in their resorts or properties but don’t go there for shopping! It’s dirty and dangerous to navigate. Some of the footpaths or what there is of them have gapping holes that could lose a human, cracks and rubbish everywhere plus motorbikes drive on the footpaths to avoid the traffic which is HECTIC! The market stalls are filled with repetitive rubbish. If you don’t mind this sort of thing go for it but take care.
Written 3 September 2023
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ADB000
Melbourne, Australia334 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2023
Don't confuse the "Art Market" on Jalan Karna (near Monkey Forest Road and Jalan Raya Ubud) with the "Art Market" that has overtaken Jalan Kajeng. The signs on Jalan Raya Ubud (next to Starbucks) say it's a 600-metre walk to see the rice paddies. Both sides of Jalan Kajeng have market stalls with much the same merchandise as the old (still in existence but slightly repositioned) Art Market. Cobbled paving and lots of carved stepping stones. We didn't find the rice paddies - blistered feet won the fight. A good spot to browse and haggle.
Written 4 March 2023
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RumpointRani
Sydney, Australia84 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2022 • Friends
Mina Ling Shop 38a Jalan Hanoman Ubud
Hand painted dog cushion covers or bags
Also a great range of bags at great prices
Written 1 November 2022
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Mike V
5 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020
There is a store in Ubud called Blood+Bone, no idea how or why the name was chosen. Suffice it to say, the name has nothing to do with the fashion in so far as I can discern. So what do you look for in a souvenir shirt? Something that says, "Bali, I was in Bali". Well, I've travelled enough to have internalized that my black BeerLao, (think Bintang), Tee is not going to elicit any positive comments, as proudly as I may display it to let strangers know, hmm, that dude has been to Laos or Bali, how cool is he? I, you maybe too, want a shirt that strangers will cozy up to you and say, "that is a really great shirt, may I ask where you got it?" To be clear my 5 shirts that I bought at Blood+Bone were not Tees. They are big loose rayon button up short sleeve shirts. The first one I bought, (as a tourist you never want to go overboard, we've all bought the amazing memento that sparkled and shined in its home world but somehow lost its lustre on arrival in the grey pallet of our 4 season home world), was a black and white pattern, think Pac-Man grid without Pac-Man or maybe just go to the website. So to finish my story, I got so many strangers asking about the shirt at Naugthy Nori's and on the street that I went back and bought 4 more. Night eyes, again a black and white, a pink one with black palm trees, and its reverse, and a purple no pattern. No stores anywhere other than Bali, though they have a website. Hope never to see you in my shirt, but if you tell me you bought it because of this review, I will quickly retreat to allow you to retain your coolness amongst your friends and loved ones.
Written 18 February 2020
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Ned K
15 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2020
Prices are starting to get high , Ubud will shoot the Goose that layed the Golden egg if prices are not kept to a reasonable price , Many items cheaper to buy back home than in ubud , markets still ok if you can negotiate price
Written 10 February 2020
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Patrinac2017
Singapore, Singapore11 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2019 • Family
Shopping at the markets are fun and bargaining is a must and expected. Lots of silver, batik, other gift items . Most items are repeated in various shops so do check prices !! Go to nearby cafes and restaurants on the Main Street bear ubud palace you will be spoilt for choice!
Written 8 December 2019
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Margot Jansen
8 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2019
I was disappointed due to high expectations.It was extremely busy so dodging people and not able to look at products.The sellers were not willing to bargain even though they gave very high prices. I didn’t buy anything and found the street markets around the bedrock hotel much better and really bought lovely items for a reasonable price
Written 28 November 2019
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Tiana RP
Toronto, Canada39 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2019 • Friends
This market is conveniently located, however it is more expensive and the vendors aren't as friendly compared to those at Sukawati art market. That being said, there are great hidden gems if you take the time to look and lots of great restaurants in the area.
Written 2 March 2019
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TheMoni17
New Delhi, India1,058 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2019 • Couples
If you like street shopping and excel in bargaining then head to Ubud market for local souvenirs and those famous wicker bags. You can pick many nick nacks frok here. First take a tour of the market, enquire the price of things you like and plan to buy, then stroll ahead to other shops selling the same stuff. Conaore the prices and bargain, ask for their last price. Something they quote for 150k, they will happily give you in 50k . So shop till you drop but remember to bargain heavily. There are many cafes too where you can chill after your shopping.
Written 9 February 2019
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