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So if you are staying in Ubud or Gianyar area, do not miss this gem! Cheap and good food! Must try the gado gado (Tipa Chatok), Ayam Betutu (first stall on the left entrance), Babi Guling, sate (along the main road) and the sweet desserts!...More
Last year we paid $40 each to come here with a guide from a cooking school. It was disappointing and certainly not worth it - however I put on my list to return for a better experience. This time it cost less than $40 for...More
We came across the Gianyar Market after watching one of Mark Wiens videos on YouTube (the guy is awesome!). The market looks much better during the day (as it looked in Mark Wien's video), but because our schedule was so packed we were only able...More
Was very excited about visiting this night market but was incredibly disappointed upon arrival. Locals are incredibly rude and are not tourist-friendly at all (unfriendly stares plus pointing and laughing as we walked by each stall). Unfortunately, we ended up leaving after trying only one...More
We took a scooter from our villa in Ubud to the night market. Big market with lots of stalls of clothes and things. Just like most markets, the stalls are pretty similar but had a good look around! Lots of food stalls, a few inside...More
We got here on our bike which was about 20 minutes from the town. Ample parking space, a few stalls for various items such as clothing and food stalls but not too many. Some interesting ones were the preparation of the sweet bread with condensed...More
I have to say that Gianyar Street night market would have to be a place l visit every time l stay in Bali. If you want to experience the true aspect of local life and enjoy a cheap and very tasty meal prepared in front...More
There is a night market around 30 minutes by car from Ubud.
There are many stalls, various things are sold.
Babi guling(Grilled pork),Ayam bakar(Roast chicken),Deep fried food shop(such as banana, potatoes, and tofu),Bakso (Meat dumpling soup),Confectionery made from rice cake rice and coconut in Bali,Es...More