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Ubud Shopping, Ubud

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A maze of colorful stalls and local vendor kiosks make up the buzzing market at Ubud Shopping. Head here to pick out gifts and souvenirs from the vendors selling plenty of traditional, homemade goods. You can often find sarongs, homewares, jewelry, clothing, and statues--of special note are the wood carvings. Be prepared to bargain here; many advise starting at 30 percent of the market price. Note that vendors give colored bags to tourists who don't bargain well, and black or white bags to those who do as a signal to other sellers. Using our international travel planner, Ubud attractions like Ubud Shopping can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • September 14, 2017
    On the street to the Royal Palace on the left side you'll find the Pandora shop. Me and my daughter buy the charms from the picture, and we pay with card. The exchange rate was very good. Is very easy...  more »
  • August 15, 2017
    My partner saw a dress she liked in the window. I bought it using my visa. Their sign says 'we prefer visa'. By 2 am the next morning I knew why. At least three, possibly more fraudulent transactions ...  more »
  • August 10, 2017
    A good choice of shops in ubud.. we enjoyed a wander around with lots to see and buy.. streets are crazy busy but lots of cafes along the way  more »

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