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Ubud Art Market

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"If you want to do a bit of shopping you can't miss the Ubud market, a real mix of colors and scents. Inside this market you can find the most varied products: fruit and vegetables of every shape and colour, Indonesian products and sweets, sarongs of a thousand colours, Balinese fabrics and souvenirs. In short, if you want to enter the daily life of Indonesians, this market is a stop not to be missed! 👣How to get there: reachable on foot from Ubud Palace (200m, 2min). Reachable on scooter from Monkey Forest (1,5km, 7 min). 🎟️Ticket cost: free entry."
"This is one of the trendiest markets in Ubud and it's right next to Pura Taman Saraswati Temple. Make sure to bargain to at least one-third of the price quoted by the vendors. Some of the most popular things to buy from here are: - Macrame dream catchers - Macrame tote bags - Sandalwood souvenirs - Incense sticks and stands - Flowy dresses Make sure to check everything is Made in Bali, as many times local markets can sell cheap stuff made in China."
"Wander through the bustling market through a kaleidoscope of colours and textures, showcasing traditional crafts, intricate wood carvings, handwoven textiles, and mesmerizing paintings. Bargain with a smile, and you'll find unique souvenirs and keepsakes to cherish. My top buys here were incense, woven bags, bowls made of coconuts, and wooden utensils like salad servers. 🎨🏺🎭"

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