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On our trip to Bali last summer, my wife and I were looking for souveniers and gifts from our trip. However, we found that the vast majority of the places around Ubud sold the same tchotchkes and didn't offer anything uniquely Balinese. Those places that...More
I spent $800 to buy + another $800 to ship a "stone" wheel, as shone in photo, to San francisco. The "metal" stand rotten in a few weeks outside and the carved design wore out in rain to reveal that it was really made of...More
Umud is an amazing place to buy wooden sculptures. If something has been made by the master the price is sky high, a dining table set with 6 chairs can go up to 45000 USD. It's an experience to see sick lovely hand made work.
Me and my wife spent one week in Bali (4 days in the Ubud area), we visited so many handcraft and Antiques shops, but without a doubt this one was the most interesting one!
No comissions for any tourist guide, truly amazing pieces, no mass...More