The Ubud Bali Art Market

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The Ubud Bali art market

Visit The Ubud Bali Art Market

is referred to by locals as ‘Pasar Seni Ubud‘ is a must visit when you’re in Bali, it is a quirky tourist/arty/handicraft market with extravagant colours, spices and mazes of stalls. You will find all sorts of gifts/household items/general items on the cool stalls, there is always going to be the items no one will ever buy but then there are the absolute diamonds in the dirt of a find.

The Ubud Bali Art Market

Location of Ubud Art Market

Ubud Bali Market is on the main busy road of Raya Ubud, but is not the easiest to see from the outside. It is best to start on the corner building as shown in the google map, then work your way through the fun maze of stalls. The Ubud Bali market is also in a prime location to visit other local shops, restaurants and cafes.

Ubud, Kecamatan Gianyar, Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571


The Ubud Bali Art Market

The Ubud Bali Art Market What To Buy

  • Stuff for the house – There is everything for the house such as lamp shades, quirky room lifters, bright coloured curtains and random gifts.
  • Clothing – There is everything a girl backpacking around Southeast Asia would love from loose fitted elephant patterned pants to relaxed bright coloured vests. There is also cool vests for lads for amazing value,
  • Foods – There are lots of different foods like unique spices, meats and general snacks. I like green tea and they even sold that.
  • Jewellery – There is unique, crazy, cool and funky items from rings to necklaces. You could either look someone out of the pirates of the Caribbean or a goddess of the world with some of these,

The Ubud Bali Art market

When to visit the Ubud Bali Art Market

Go in the morning, miss the crowds, grab the bargains and buy the best stuff on offer”. – TheNorthernBoy

The Ubud Bali Art Market

What you need to know about the Ubud Bali Art Market

  1. You need to barter, my favourite word. The stall owners will always start the price higher s they DO expect you to haggle on the price. I always push for at least 40% lower than the asking price, anything less I will walk away. Then, they usually shout you back.
  2. It gets very crowded so make your way there early as possible.
  3. If you don’t like being hassled then I would give this one a miss as the stall owners will keep on at you to buy something.

My Question

I love markets, I think they’re epic for searching through local goods and learning, do you love them?

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