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Ubud Art Market

Jalan Raya Ubud

Balinese people are famous for their passion for art and craftsmanship with thousands of talented artisans. The vast majority of goods found at the Ubud Market are made by such artisans in the neighbouring villages of Pengosekan, Tegallalang, Payangan and Peliatan. This is a great place to shop some souvenirs, but keep in mind that bargaining is essential.


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581 reviews

    I'm a Balinese, but it's my first time coming to Ubud Art Market. At that time, I was walking around with my friends. The atmosphere is entertaining and lively. I looked around the Ubud Art Market and captured the moment with my friends. Besides, many foreign tourists also came and saw the Ubud Art Market, famous for its souvenirs. Many clothes, accessories, and even items that look antique are sold and attract customers. I went there with my friends. Because it was still a pandemic at that time, we were still paying attention to health protocols. For me, Ubud Art Market was an unforgettable experience. Nb: I forgot that I only took photos one by one with my friends, so here is one of my photos.

  • Kadek Yaza カデック ヤサ

    Just amazing traditional art market! I'd love to visit it again in the near future!

  • Erniyati Fun
    Erniyati Fun
    6 months ago

    I'am sad. This art market has changed so much recently. It used to be a friendly and professional seller here. But now, I don't know if it due to Christmas holiday or no, but seller seems to sky rocket their prices, and they way they promote is like forcing you to buy not even give you chance to look. Plus, the independent vendors are now everywhere begging you to buy their cheap souvenir but not so cheap. Now it is a bit uncomfortable anymore to walk around the city of Ubud, or just sightseeing. Because you will find people begging you to buy their stuffs in every corner, even in restaurant. I know that this has been difficult year for everybody. I pray for the best for Bali and its People. 1 wish that Bali will be back like it used to be. Friendliness, not just businesses

  • Eugenia
    a month ago

    The market has everything you would probably have seen along street sides in Ubud, including rattan wares, silver jewelry, macramés, sundresses and sarongs. This place can easily be found, and stalls can be seen when you are in the area of the Ubud Palace. Store owners can get pushy, but if you are looking for handicrafts and souvenirs, prices are slightly better than in supermarkets or the street side stalls I’ve seen. Products are also pretty repetitive across stalls, so browse more and don’t feel pressured to get something if the price isn’t right for you :)

  • Depak Sicank
    Depak Sicank
    6 months ago

    Very interesting market in ubud, but for local people must be careful. Top

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