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Located right opposite the Puri Saren Royal Palace, Ubud Art Market is the ideal place to buy something authentic to Bali From ikat woven skirts and woodcarvings to oil lamps and brass statuettes, this market has all kinds of handicrafts. With relatively higher quality and greater varierty of products, this market is popular with both locals and foreigners. As always, bargaining is a must.
Located right in the heart of the city, Ubud Art Market is also called the Pasar Seni Ubud. Home to a variety of products and assortments, Ubud Art Market is a traditional market alive with its narrow lanes, sellers, colourful merchandise and buyers who come from across the world. The highlight of visiting the Ubud Market, however, is its local essence that is hard to find in any mall or shopping complexes.
Many of the products and goods sold in the Ubud Market are made in the neighbouring villages of Tegallalang, Pengosekan, Peliatan and Payangan. The proximity of the production coupled with the market’s central location and reasonable prices make the Ubud Art Market a must-visit when shopping for traditional items, souvenirs and interacting with the local population.
Shopping is, of course, the main activity when one is in the Ubud Market. The varied range of products from bangles, bags, souvenirs, clothes and much more can take up to more than a day to explore for shopaholics.
Besides, the obvious task of shopping the Ubud Market is also a great excuse to get in touch with the local buzz of the island-province. The colorful shops are ideal for window shopping and the experience of walking past stall after stall can get overwhelming.
There are two main parts of the market. The western block is the main market area, whereas, the eastern block is where the daily groceries and other necessary items can be bought.
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