Shopping in Ubud-13 Best Places to have Unique Shopping Experience

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Ubud as a place has gained a lot of recognition after being portrayed in various movie scenes. Since then, this place has experienced an increase in the bustle. It is regarded as the paradise of Bali, filled with nature and amazing views. The hustle in the city is at its peak not just because of the magnificent places but also because of great shopping places for shopaholics! Here, we have some of the great places where you can buy stupefying souvenirs, handicrafts, and other products -

1. Ubud Art Market

Ubud Art Market

Ubud Art Market greatly represents the local culture as the goods sold here are made and manufactured in neighboring villages, mainly Pengosekan, Tegallalang, Payangan, and Peliatan. Situated in the heart of Ubud, this place is much sought after for souvenirs and Balinese handicrafts. The island has most of the common things widely available, but Ubud Art Market is way ahead in terms of quality and variety. The market is divided into two blocks where the western blocks sell all the collector’s items, handicrafts, souvenirs, etc. The eastern block sells all the daily necessities items.

2. Jalan Raya

Jalan Raya
Regarded as the artistic and cultural heartland of Ubud, Jalan Raya has some of the best fashion boutiques that offer traditional textiles and handmade clothing accessories with international fashion designers as well. This is a place where you can get miscellaneous outfits with superb quality. This is the best place for tourists who wish to buy Bali’s traditional clothing apparel cheaply.

3. Celuk Village

Celuk Village Market
Female tourists are going to love this place! The abundance of gold and silver jewelry at pocket-friendly prices is. The raw material is exported from outside the island. The jewelry is then crafted in a way that has a Balinese touch to it. They don't just sell jewelry, but they even sell handicrafts and souvenirs of gold and silver.

4. Tegallalang Handicraft Center

Tegallalang Handicraft Center

Stunning views of mountains and the vibrant vibe of Tegallalang attract tourists to witness the best handicraft products. The usual products are changed in such a way that it is alluring to the eyes of the tourists. Suppose you wish to buy certain types of things without going to specific marketplaces for clothing or jewelry. This center is for you because it has everything from paintings to clothing and is regarded as the best shopping place in Ubud.

5. Biasa Bali Ubud Store

Biasa Bali Store

A luxurious shop that is stocked with the latest fashion collection. The Ubud stores have been the favorite place for both genders. Various Biasa outlets have gained recognition because of the different types of attire that follow the latest fashion trends. Aesthetic accessories and clothing curated out of fine fabric have been adored by customers for years.

6. Sukawati Art Market

sukawati art market

Sukawati Market is the oldest art market in Ubud, renowned for its rich cultural heritage and direct connection to local artisans. Here, most shopkeepers are skilled artists and craftsmen, offering visitors the unique opportunity to purchase goods directly from the creators themselves, bypassing any middlemen. The market proudly showcases various Balinese art forms, ranging from intricately crafted handicrafts and vibrant paintings to exquisitely designed wooden sculptures.

7. Bali Buda Shop

Bali Buda Shop

Bali Buda Shop sells organic food items and various other healthy living products, including vegetarian items as well. The place is best for health-conscious people who are looking for taste in healthy food items. Not just food, but you can also take back natural skin products to your home.

8. Blue Stones Naturals

Blue Stones Naturals

We are sure you wish to take the spa feel back to your native land, and Blue Stones Naturals fulfills your wish. They produce healing products that consist of oils, soaps, salts, and natural tonics. All the products are curated using natural components that help nourish the skin and release the stress between the muscles. They sell hampers for both personal uses and gifting purposes.

9. Dinata Shop

Dinata Shop

Dinata shop will give you a full vintage vibe because of its antique collections. Bali and Indonesia’s exotic stuff are available over here. They have some rare items which can be brought as souvenirs. Chinese coins and daggers are the most captivating things for tourists. You can even buy rare handicraft items from here which might not be available in other markets.

10. Horizon Glasswork

Horizon Glasswork

Do you find glasswork fascinating? Horizon Glasswork has been the best shop for buying glasswork as both the designs and quality are best for the customers. This place is run by the Californian artist Ron Seivertson, who specializes in hot glass carvings. The best-sellers are lamps, plates, bottles, and vases.

11. Guwang Art Market

guwang art market

Guwang Art Market, also known as Pasar Seni Guwang, is located in the village of Guwang and offers a shopping experience similar to that of Sukawati Art Market. It's a great alternative for those seeking to avoid crowds. In addition to souvenirs and handicrafts, the surrounding village streets are filled with household art shops and painting galleries. Prices are comparable to Sukawati Art Market's, but each market has unique items not found in the other.

12. Jean-François Fichot

Jean-François Fichot is a flagship store named after a French designer and collector. It's located just east of the Ubud Monkey Forest. The boutique offers a vast collection of unique art pieces created by the late designer. He traveled the world to find rare natural materials, which he used to make contemporary jewelry and home decor. Most items are for sale, but some are for serious art collectors only. The store has two sections: a main gallery with home decor and a smaller room with a stunning jewelry collection.

13. Threads of Life

threads of life
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Threads of Life promotes fair trade and aims to alleviate poverty in rural Indonesia while also focusing on culture and conservation. Located on Jalan Kajeng, this gallery in Bali offers exotic textiles and woven baskets that showcase the archipelago's rich heritage. Visitors can learn about traditional textiles, natural dyes, hand-spinning, and weaving techniques. Purchasing items supports conservation efforts and the communities where the products are created. It's a must-visit for anyone interested in exotic textiles and supporting sustainable practices.

This post was published by Shruti Shukla

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