Ubud Traditional Art Market

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Ubud Traditional Art Market

Ubud Traditional Art Market
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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. The market is unfolding from west to easterly divided become two group with different purpose. There are two markets available at the same area those are one block at the Westside is for a traditional artistic market and another block located in the east as an everyday traditional fundamental market requirement. This market is opened every day about at 08:00 until 18:00, even some from them still open until nighttime. While the traditional market for the fundamental requirement is opened everyday at 06:00 - even before that there is morning market started at 04:00 morning.
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Irina P
Surabaya, Indonesia11 contributions
Interesting Place to Visit
May 2021 • Family
It offers you a food and art market. If you’d like to find authenctic Ubud food, come earlier in the morning, it has a range of snacks, Balinese nasi campur, and ayam betutu, so tasty!

The minus point was the place itself isn’t too clean.
Written May 17, 2021
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Coffee Chill
Sunshine Coast, Australia1,121 contributions
Walkabout the Markets in Ubud = Wonderful ...
Dec 2019
As the sun goes down, the shopping comes to life in the bustling market in Ubud, Bali. I visited at twilight and found lots of variety, with arts and craft, textiles and trinkets, at the forefront. Some of the space is a bit cosy. Enthusiastic sellers but at no time did I feel it was high pressure. An enjoyable street style market (see my Coffee Chill TV YouTube Vlog) and well worth checking out.
Written July 18, 2020
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Chelsea B
Milton Keynes, UK1,859 contributions
A successful shopping experience
Aug 2019
Ubud Market was a great way to buy some of the typical souvenirs that you see people picking up in Bali, although in hindsight we found that Ubud was one of the more expensive places on the Island to find those kind of things. We went early morning, after hearing you're more likely to get cheaper prices, due to the superstition of the first buy of the day being lucky.

I bought a couple of dresses for around 100,000IDR each. I'd advise checking the quality of the clothes before buying, I noticed holes in a few of the dresses I picked up, luckily before I'd bought them.

The famous basket bags that you see everywhere, in various patterns and colours, were selling for around 200,000IDR. I was a bit worried about the haggling situation, I wouldn't say its my comfort zone, but I went in there with an idea of what I wanted to pay and walked away if I couldn't get it. Sometimes they'd keep pushing but I found it overall pretty stress free.
Written June 23, 2020
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Dan L
Bunbury, Australia5,109 contributions
Quieter than previous visits
Mar 2020
We enjoyed a short break here on the return drive to Kuta. Although there were many tourists, there simply wasn't the masses as on previous visits. The atmosphere was fairly subdued, even stallholders refrained from yelling. It's still a very vibrant market, so much merchandise and such variety. If you need a little more excitement, ask your driver to park within the market. I don't know how ours's managed the feat but with a few adjustments to other vehicles by the ticket attendant, we had secure parking for R5,000. The markets are definitely worth visiting if in Ubud or surrounding area, but, as others reviewers have mentioned, hone your bartering skills, beware of scammers, check and re-check anything that you intend purchasing and ensure it remains in full view.
Written March 26, 2020
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ChicLifeByte
New Delhi, India6,473 contributions
A vibrant market which retails everything from clothes to jewellery to bags
Jun 2019
While in Bali, we also went to the famous Ubud Art Market and bought pretty handbags and windchime from there. The vibrant market retails everything from clothes to jewellery to bags, souvenirs, footwear, gifting options and much more. Be sure to bargain a lot! We also got a glimpse of the Royal Palace from outside but didn’t go inside.
Written March 22, 2020
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TerraExplorator
Budapest, Hungary478 contributions
Get prepared for some hard bargaining
Dec 2019
The market is much bigger, than I initially thought so we actually ended up taking it in two turns... It was way too hot anyway.
You kind of have the same stuff at every stall, but I suggest to go around first, find out about the prices in general, than go back to a stall that has most of the things you are actually looking at buying and make a good deal for all items. This definitely worked good for us and we ended up paying nothing like the prices we got separately from different sellers.
Written March 16, 2020
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Craig H
13 contributions
Ubud markets
Feb 2020 • Couples
Great place with the madness that is Ubud, be careful of scams though, my silver and stamped ring has already gone back to brass. Remember to barter start at half, it's great fun
Written March 11, 2020
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Naomeri
1 contribution
Ubud Art Market
Mar 2020 • Couples
Never again rude vendors .they will get upset if you ask and don't buy .better to buy in Krishna for souvenirs it is much cheaper for the same products
Written March 11, 2020
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Wimmerachic
Horsham, Australia20 contributions
Wow so many stalls
Feb 2020
Be prepared to barter your way to a bargain, most stall holders are lovely and helpful, just enjoy the experience
Written March 9, 2020
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Samantha F
Ballarat, Australia1,080 contributions
A little disappointing
Mar 2020
Situated right in the heart of Ubud is this vibrant market, you can't miss it, although I wouldn't call it a large market. They sell fruit, bags, sarongs, clothes, water and always the many traditional souvenirs. It is pretty much open from 9am to 6pm - although I found people still trying to sell things well after 6.30pm.

I thought there would be heaps more fresh fruit stands, instead of the endless clothing stalls.

Just be careful, they will always try and over charge you - they do this in a very friendly way.
Written March 8, 2020
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