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Ubud Traditional Art Market, Ubud
(3/5 based on 900+ reviews on the web)
Find something that tickles your fancy at Ubud Traditional Art Market. With souvenirs, traditional clothes, and food stalls, the market offers an enriching cultural experience and the chance to find a memento of your time in the country, or a gift for someone back home. While the market has seen an increase in mass-produced products in recent years, handcrafted pieces are still available from certain vendors, but you may have to look a little harder to find them. A busy and thriving commercial spot, experience it at your own pace; leave a little time for picking up a refreshment in one of the many coffee shops that line the street. Using our international travel planner, Ubud attractions like Ubud Traditional Art Market can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • First thing to say is that haggling over prices does not come naturally to most westerners but you quickly learn the process and after a couple of days we got the hang of it. There are a lot of stalls...  more »
  • If you stay around Ubud and don't have much time for an excursion the traditional market is a nice place to walk around. You can bay many different souvenirs in reasonable prices. We liked very much w...  more »
  • We (couple with infant went to Bali to celebrate our daughters 2nd birthday and stayed in Kuta for 6 night literally doing nothing than just hitting the beach. The last day we decided to move out a li...  more »
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  • From 5:00 am until 8:00 am, the local fresh market operates here. It is here that you will find the freshest, most local and inexpensive fruits, vegetables, and eggs in town. Not many tourist go to the market but most sellers speak enough English to be able to transact with the tourist. You must negotiate prices. Also, the earlier you arrive, the better the selection. After 9:00 am, the market shifts to souvenir and clothing items for tourist.
  • It's ok... But for tourists, they really trying to get your money very much... You should be accompanied at least by locals
  • Cool temple, however it is hard to count it as a stand out because there are literally temples everywhere of the same type. The kecak fire dance was pretty cool and reasonably priced, however I wish they would enforce no flash photography. Rude tourists kind of ruined the performance. he will let you bring beer, drinks or snacks in for the show since it is not technically in the temple but rather in the front court yard. This is not as genuine but nice because it also means you can wear whatever you want.
  • Good place to buy local craft and souvenir. But you gotta be a good negotiator. It is common for you to buy something at least with 50% discount. I got a musical craft at IDR 25,000 (initially offered at IDR 80,000)
  • You can see variety thing in here . Depend on time you can get different expirence. That's ur mission in ubud🙊