Sanur Morning Market

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jubaanne
Pottsville, Australia606 contributions
Friends
One of my enjoyable things to do in Bali is to catch a bemo down the street to the early morning market (5.30/6am is a good time to go). Hail a bemo along the main street (Jalan Danau Tamblingan) and tell them you want to go to the Pasar Pagi (morning market). Ask your hotel if you are not sure where it is so you are heading in the right direction. Costs 5,000 rupiah for a bemo ride anywhere along the Sanur strip, have correct change to give the driver when you get dropped off. Walk through the motorbike car park area and you will discover a hive of activity with locals doing their daily shopping for vegetables, meat, fish, flowers, offerings. You'll find the bali coffee/kopi stall on the northern end of the rows of stalls where you can get an 'eyes wide open' genuine bali kopi to drink while you wake up and watch the goings on. At the northern end just outside the large hall you will find the ladies making and selling the bantens (little daily offerings full of flowers) and also some snack vendors selling yummy snacks. Just hand over 5,000 and you'll get a little bag of freshly cooked pisang goreng (small fried bananas) or vegetable or tofu fritters. Also some shops selling clothes, sarongs etc. Other shops there sell kitchenware, spices, traditional fabrics/sarongs/traditional temple offering items. Great for taking photos, just ask first though and you'll usually be rewarded with a big smile. Show them the photo afterwards and when/if you visit Bali again get copies printed out to give them next time.
Written June 28, 2016
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maddotsu
Melbourne, Australia41 contributions
Family
The map location is incorrect. So check before you go. It's further north by about 500m-1km once the street curves. Just cross over the road and you should see it. There's lots of fresh produce and people cooking meals off to the side. The locals don't mind you taking photos of you ask politely.
Written September 21, 2015
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nottagen
Singleton, Australia455 contributions
Family
Couldn't see a separate review of the night markets, but they are in the same place as the morning markets. A very lively place, not many tourists mostly locals.

Good selection of items on sale mostly for non tourist sales and sizes. Lots of different stuff for sale, well worth a look. It is a dark market in spots so we were careful not to go down those aisles and also not to be led there by vendors with the "perfect buy".
Written April 30, 2015
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Travellerfrannie
Sydney, Australia336 contributions
Solo
The morning market is a alive with every imaginable food. Local vendors offer fresh vegetables, meat, flowers, spices and herbs, fish and all kinds of offerings that are used at the temples. You can purchase snacks ready to eat and try lots of interesting food even in small quantities. It's a wonderful place to people watch. Be early.
Written April 13, 2015
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Inthout
Geelong, Australia81 contributions
Family
We liked going to this market in the morning to buy our mangoes and banana's. The mangoes even though green in colour are ripe and nice and sweet. I personally like the Durians and love the smell of it. To some it stinks, but I grew up with durians and this market caters for it. Just as well we rent a villa when we are in Sanur as most of the hotels ban the durians. Actually most of the fruit that grows in Bali or else where is available at this market which backs as a night café if you wish to eat a bit rough but authentic made food like the locals eat. It is fun and do have a go, but stick to the food being cooked whilst you order it.
Written March 30, 2015
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GregH04
Forestville, Australia51 contributions
Couples
Went to these markets in the morning and again at night for dinner. Morning markets great buz and great way to see locals shopping. The choice of food at night was good and the prices unbelievable. Bakso (Soup with minced chicken or beef balls) 10,000 R. Or martabax telor ayam - worth watching him making them as much as eating them. Unlike other food markets the tables are only for food from that food hawker. Dinner for 2 - 50,000 R.
Written September 16, 2015
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Irene H
Sanur, Indonesia63 contributions
Friends
The traditional market has everything you need and more! Mornings based more on fruits/vegetables and as many people self cater this is the place to buy fresh! Please do not worry about language and costs - just ask "berapa" how much?
Go equipped with pen and paper and ask them to write price down, best way. If you think it is too expensive, try another stall!
The night market kicks off about 6 pm and the food is great and very affordable - you will also find some clothes/shoes/jewellery stalls and many locals eat there, so you know the food is good! Try the local "martabak" either sweet or savoury, it is awsome but make sure you have friends to share it with you!
Written August 20, 2015
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Jen5959
Perth, Australia91 contributions
Couples
Love this market... Fantastic place to visit in the morning to see locals shopping for the day, in the evening the car park becomes a hawker style food market with fresh food cooked in front of you. Most meals around 10,000 rp! . Favorites include Pork in Balinese sauce for 30,000rp including rice. Beautiful deep fried Jackfruit and deserts for 5,000rp. Have eaten there many times and have never been sick.
Written March 16, 2015
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Explore544364
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Couples
Good to see all the fresh produce.
Shop where the locals shop for vegetables,spices and bali cakes & bread.
Get there early open from 4.30am-7.30
Written January 19, 2016
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island_livin
Indonesia19 contributions
Solo
Cheap local food. Good juices. Plenty of foreigners around. There's one amazing martabak (local omelette style savoury and sweet) stall and the sate chicken straight to your left at the second entrance are great. AVOID the blue sate stall approximately five back on your left run by muslim women with bad attitudes - very rude and try to rip off all tourists. Do not give them any business. Otherwise good local dining options.
Written January 19, 2016
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