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Ubud Traditional Art Market where the existence is not far different from other markets available in the tourism area. This market as a society economics center of Ubud and it is apposite to the existence of Ubud Empire that is called Puri Saren...more
This market has everything you could wish for, for souvenirs to take home.
Barter, barter and barter some more.
I found the more into the market you got the cheaper the prices were. As the main drag tend to get the trade.
Walk away if...More
This market is changing quickly, once it covered a lot of space at the top of Monkey Forest Road in Ubud. I was very disappointed this visit to see how much it had decreased. Still worth a look, but probably now not a must do.
There is a large variety of merchandise for sale, much of it repeats from vendor to vendor. Therefore, with patience and determined negotiation it is possible to end up with with good bargains on a variety of souvenirs. Don't expect high works of art -...More
Prepare to bargain hard at Ubud Central Market; if you pay half the original asking price vendors are still making a good profit, and you’ll feel happy too. There is a little bit of everything. There is more choice and better prices in the villages...More
This much raved place is filled with angry shop keepers who are sick of haggling and annoyed with tourists. The items that they sell are very similar else where. I would suggest going other places for shopping. Those looking for straw bags, or nice dresses...More
Located in main Ubud, the place is always busy with people. There are a LOT of small stalls with people selling from bags, to dreamcatchers to windchimes to masks to all sorts of interesting souvenirs. If you need to buy something, make sure to bargain...More
The markets are wonderful to experience the atmosphere of tourist bali, the stall holders are always open for a chat and the hope of getting a sale. Bargain, Bargain and bargain some more is all I can say, the price you end up paying will...More
All the stalls sell virtually the same stuff as every other stall, yet they don't like bargaining that much.
Prices are inflated. Saw couple haggled a cushion cover down to £12.50. For 1!
One stall wanted 100k for 1 wicker place mat, I said I'd...More