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Celuk Village is formerly as a traditional Balinese village located in the entrance gate of Gianyar Regency ad has changed into a tourist attraction with its trademark in the form of gold and silver. The village located in Sukawati District, Gianyar...more
I cannot count the number of times I have driven through this village, but i always find somewhere to buy a few pieces of silver jewellery as this is where some of Bali's silver jewellery is made. The prices vary enormously from very high to...More
I went to visit this shop bcoz our guide sent us there after visiting wood carving and balik art and coffee plantation and I bought a silver bracelet and after visiting other little jewelry shop i saw that i paid more than 3 times the...More
We spent some time on the internet researching all of the various silversmiths in Celuk, and picked out two and went to them, ignoring all of the others. There are tens and tens of shops, and if you go to a random one you WILL...More
Our driver brought us here and while there were some nice pieces, the prices were quite hefty, even if you bargain them down. Staff are also assigned to you and will follow you around the place, extolling the virtues of each piece that you happen...More
I wanted to go here just to have a look but I hated the experience. My driver actually brought me here and he recommended it. The silver jewellery is quite nice but I would only go here is you intend to buy jewellery.
We drove thru this town and our guide took us to place in the centre of town, where i did purchase a beautiful pendant. The price was okay, but when you know they made these pieces by hand it was worth it. Challenge is too...More
Visited this place on the way to Ubud. It's not a village, but a big jewellery showroom and workshop. The exterior of the building is wonderfully carved. The good experience ends here itself. First an attendant took us to a workshop where some craftsmen were...More