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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
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Sanur, Denpasar, Indonesia
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Reviewed yesterday

At night time this market is a buzzling mix of tourists & locals. Grab a table and get your food & drinks at one of the many food stalls and just soak up the atmosphere and smells. Had one of the best satay's on Bali...More

Thank Anouk B
Reviewed yesterday

Too meet local people and try local food Sindhu Market is a must to visit. Here you can find delicious local food like sate (different kind of meet), Nasi Ayam and Nasi Campur, fish, Gado-Gado, Traditional market cakes and desserts, fresh fruits, …. Food is...More

Thank Druzina H
Reviewed 5 days ago

This is a small food market with local prices. Variety of food was acceptable and you could experience a wide range of local tastes. Foods were good. The only point was that it was not clean. Foe example most of them they washed the dishes...More

Thank Rita222222
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I went every night of my stay. The variety and quality is amazing and it’s all super cheap too. Highly recommend trying anything and everything you won’t be disappointed. Gado Gado and klepon were hidden surprises.

Thank NZmoki
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We were so happy we strolled in this area. We already saw the road that leads to this and did not go there at first. After dinner, we passed by the road and decided to go straight past the welcome / Selamat Datang arch. How...More

1  Thank manth0nys
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I love the early morning bustle of Sindhu Market. You can get savory snacks (favorite is black sticky rice with coconut), buy fruit, meat, vegetables, and flowers, and have a chance to take lots of photos in a clean, well-regulated fresh market. A few souvenir...More

1  Thank GlobalGypsy_13
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

There is a saying If you want to learn about the local culture, you must try the local food and this is the place to provide both the great taste and experiences of Bali.

Thank Seri L
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

Visited the Sindhu Market during its night meeting. There is a huge range of street food, beverages and various stalls selling a range of items. Great atmosphere and highly recommended as a great and inexpensive dinner experience for all ages. Don’t miss out on the...More

Thank Michael P
Reviewed July 15, 2018 via mobile

We were underwhelmed by the number of stalls to pick from however all of the half a dozen stalls offering food looked and smelled amazing. We had a delicious and very cheap dinner and met some nice people but it certainly was not as big...More

1  Thank Stuart P
Reviewed July 11, 2018 via mobile

If you already have local food near your accommodation, Pasar Malam Sindhu (Sindhu Night Market) is nothing more than a collection of local food carts serving up standard local food in a small plaza. Not worth a visit, the local food carts are ringed by...More

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Elc2112
May 28, 2018|
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Response from BundyRed | Reviewed this property |
Which Celebration day is it?...if it’s Galungan or Kuningan day I doubt it , these are the 2nd biggest days behind Nyepi Day , ask a local at your accommodation, they will have a good idea....
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DrMelD
May 14, 2018|
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Response from MarkDallimore | Reviewed this property |
There are plenty of vegetarian and halal choices. Generally you can see what they are offering and if unsure, just ask for no meat, they are happy to help out.
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TBO1980
September 18, 2017|
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Response from JaneHalliday | Reviewed this property |
Yes vego and vegan. 😁
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