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Ubud Traditional Art Market, Ubud

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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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  • Well, this is just a place to see, stroll and find out what the fuss is about - traditional art market. The stalls sell similar items. Avoid the stalls inside the building because they are very hot. S...  more »
  • The Art Market was great. We heard some feedback that it's fully of pushy shop owners and worth keeping away. I wanted a beaded pot and this was the only place you could get one from. We hired a drive...  more »
  • Was here on a weekday evening and it was tremendously packed with a large human traffic. What was offered was handcrafts, to traditional souvenirs, singlets etc. Things were overpriced in Bali and don...  more »
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  • This used to be a beautiful little market where you could find small and unique things. Since Bali got even more popular it unfortunately transformed into a fairly huge place of identical market stalls, offering mainly the same goods and touting those loudly. A normal development as more people come to see this beautiful place and if it brings some prosperity to Ubud and it's people that's great. I'd rather walk down Jalan Monkey Forest though visiting the little and less cramped boutiques along the road. That all being said though, everybody here was friendly, just trying to win over the buyers' attention, so naturally it just didn't have that old charm anymore.
  • It's a great market that was open everyday whilst i was there. You can pick up a lot of souvenir s, home and crafts and curios. The stuff is pretty nice too. Just make sure you bargain!!
  • Interesting place, lots of people but unfortunately with the same merchandise. You can definitely negociate the price and it's usually fair both for u and for the seller. I think it's a must see when visiting Ubud. Friendly people :)
  • Very hot and over crowded - the stalls are very close together and the space made me feel claustrophobic. The quality of goods was only average but the prices were 2 to 3 times higher than the same goods being sold in other shops just a few blocks away outside the market. Also, there was very little variety, it seems all the vendors got their goods from the same distributor (every vendor had pants with the same 8 or 10 patterns). Overall, I would suggest shopping almost anywhere else in Ubud.
  • A great place to shop for local artefacts and handicrafts! The hawkers tend to give the items unimaginable prices even for European standards but haggle for 1/4 of the quoted price and you are sure it is worth it! I have been quoted 900000 for a mask which eventually I bought it for 270k, the same goes for a queen bed sheet from 600 to 150k!