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Goak Batik Bali

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Manisha D wrote a review Aug 2019
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Loved meeting the actual artist who was so humble and cheerful. Bought a very reasonably priced batik wall hanging. Great and friendly service!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Jeff C wrote a review Mar 2019
Sandy, Utah275 contributions215 helpful votes
My wife loves batik so while in Bali we stopped at Goak Batik. They were so kind and willing to share their time with us. Not only did we see the batik design and creating process but my wife got to sit down and try her hand at adding the color and wax on a design. The people at Goak were very patient and seemed genuinely pleased to share their unique creative talent. Aside from taking her handiwork with her, my wife loved going through their store and choosing from the many different fabrics a Goak creation to take home with her. Very pleasant experience.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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BurmaTraveler wrote a review Nov 2017
Hot Springs, Arkansas82 contributions51 helpful votes
I was in Bali with my daughter's family. One day we took my grandchildren, ages 10 and 12 to Goak Batik for a Batik T-shirt making workshop. The kids are homeschooled and while in Indonesia we wanted to do something that would give them a taste of the culture. The workshop was great fun and even though we did not speak the local language and the owner/teacher, Mr. Gusti Sujana does not speak a lot of English it was a very successful adventure. The Batik process involves hot wax and very hot water. Even with a 10 and 12 year old they were able to safely handle the wax and Mr. Sujana takes care of the hot water step necessary to melt the wax. The T-shirt is a great option for kids because they end up with something they can actually wear. Artistic ability is not required because you can use a pre-drawn design or you can do one of your own. My grandson wanted to use the logo from a computer program he uses so he drew that while the rest of us used designs drawn my Mr. Sujana. In the t-shirt class you don't get to experience the entire batik making process because you cannot dye the background but it suited our purposes quite well. We were given a traditional Balinese snack made of pounded, sweetened sticky rice and bottled water was also provided. After the class we did some shopping in the store that is downstairs from the workshop area. They have throw pillow covers, clothing, wall hangings and other batik items for sale. One thing I would recommend is that you have transportation back to your hotel arranged prior to your visit. This will save you some inconvenience and some money.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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larraine2016 wrote a review Sep 2016
Port Elliot, Australia52 contributions26 helpful votes
I visited with a group of 6 ladies and we had the best time creating our own piece of Batik under the watchful eye of patient experts who were keen for us to have a presentable item to take away. The process was carefully explained before we embarked on our own sample.All staff under the guidance of Gusti were so friendly.
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Date of experience: September 2016
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Jemsy J wrote a review May 2015
Belfast, United Kingdom4 contributions
We did a day's batik course here that we booked through the cooperative art gallery in Ubud. The guys were really helpful, explaining how it was done, taking us through the process and letting us create our own piece of batik, which, thanks to their help along the way, looked pretty passable! They then showed us how the masters do it, and some of the other techniques used to create batik. They also gave us some local snacks to try - yum! It was a really friendly, seemingly family run workshop and super welcoming! Cannot recommend enough!
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Date of experience: May 2015
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