Ubud Shopping

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    Teba Sari Agro Tourism Store: Store of Teba Sari Agrotourism

    by machomikemd Updated Jan 27, 2014
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    all the agrowisata farms in central bali have a cooperative store in their premises as to entice the tourists on a tour of their farms to but their products after the free tasting of some of their products like coffee, ginger tea, chocolates, lemongrass tea and a lot more. Satria Agrowisata is no exception and the store is located in the middle of the surrounding huts used for the tasting and they have many organic products and souvenirs for sale.

    opens: 8:00 am to 8:00 pm everyday

    What to buy: as this is an organic farm, prices of the products are generally higher than in Kuta for the same product (and also inflated for tourist price too!) an example will be 50 grams of kopi luwak here will cost 250,000 rupiah while in Kuta, will sell only 150,000 Rupiah

    What to pay: an arm and a leg

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    Painting Shops of Ubud: Ubud Painting Shops

    by machomikemd Updated Jan 25, 2014

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    being a famous village of painters, Ubu competes with Batuan Village in Sukawati Town in the number of Painting shops and paintings bought at Batuanb village are generally cheaper than in Ubud Town Center as it is farther from the tourist trail (you need a tour van to go to the village, unless the visit is part of the whole day tour package). while walking around Ubud Town, there are literally lots of painting shops which you can enter and most have open paitning areas where the skilled painter paint assorted sceneries. most shops are along JL Raya Ubud, JL Suweta and JL Raya Lungsiakan.

    opens: 8:00 am to 8:00 pm everyday

    What to buy: paintings of all kinds and sizes and different kinds like local balinese rice field scenes, wayang kulit scenes, tanah lot templ scenes, abstract paintings, oil paintings and a lot more.

    they also offer shipping to your home country and they accept international credit cards.

    What to pay: depends on your budget but haggling is encouraged!

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    Wood Carving Shops: Wood Carving Shops

    by machomikemd Written Jan 24, 2014
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    Ubud is a large area and even though the center of this cultual town has tons of shopping stalls among them are woodcarving stores, the best way to shop for wood carvings is to go to Mas Village as this is the ground zero of woodcarving in Bali and is located just 5 kilometersd south of Ubud Town Center and you can just walk along the main street and look at the assorted wood carvings of assorted shapes and sizes and themes among the shops. many also accept credit cards and shipping to your native country.

    opens: 8:00 am to 8:00 pm everyday

    What to buy: all the wood carving you will find, not only balinese kinds but you can also see carvings of buddha, jesus christ, last supper and a lot more.

    What to pay: depends on your haggling skills

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    Ubud Market: Shop when it's not hot

    by yayiw Written Mar 9, 2012
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    This is a market that sells everything Ubud. The golden head accessories you saw on the dancer the night before, the sarong pants you saw a bloke wearing across your table during lunch, the cute sandals with sequins.. yup, buy it in this market.

    What to buy: For your home, a scented candle, incense, and candle holders and cute bowls. For your gals waiting at home : sequin sandals, the dancer head accessories, cute silver rings and bangles. For your male friends : a chess set.

    What to pay: Come to Ubud market around 4 PM. The sellers are about to call it a day, you'll get cheaper price. Nevertheless, bargain for 30-40%. But be generous still, after all, it's still cheap even when you're paying full price.

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    Blue Glue: Beautiful Bathing Suits

    by SFHulaGIrl Written May 28, 2011

    This shop specializes in womens' bathing suits. They come in Extra Small to Large. Some suits are sold in XS, S, M or L only, while others are mix and match (as far as sizes). The designs are really cute and innovative. Staff is very helpful. Blue Glue is a chain, so never fear -- there's a branch in Seminyak, too. Most bathing suits seem to average about USD$50 or thereabouts in price. You can even order on-line!

    What to pay: USD$50 average.

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    kaiser: shop in blue & white

    by aalayaa Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    this is my favorite shop always in tegalalang!!
    i always stop by everytime i pass the road of tegalalang.
    they sell wood curving stuffs in cute design mostly with color blue and white because most of the shape they make, associate with the sea such as ship, anchor, fish, lighthouse, etc.
    and the prices don't make you run away at all :)
    be careful sometimes they're closed during the weekend.

    What to buy: wood carving stuffs, from cd shelf, photo frame, door hook, until key chain, mostly in color blue and white

    What to pay: cheap cheap cheap

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    murni's: local craft by the restaurant

    by aalayaa Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    actually this is part of the famous murni's restaurant in ubud.
    the souvernir shop located by the entrance of the restaurant. you can find all kind of local craft, with friendly staff. of course the price is more expensive if you're good in bargaining in the market. but maybe you should check the price here before you start the bargain fighting in the market.

    What to buy: all kind of local craft in beautiful display and fixed price

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    Dari Desa: Great indonesian textiles

    by tommix Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    It's a rather small shop but I spent there quite a lot of time... It's a perfect place to buy not very expensive hand woven textiles (ikat, batik) from Bali and others parts of Indonesia. And the quality is really perfect! You will find there splendid cushions, colorfull bedding and tableware textiles, and handy bags.
    What is also important - the salesperson is not harassing the customers. You can make your choice at your time.

    What to buy: Everything in this shop! :)
    More serious - take your time to discover all what they have in. And don't hesitate to ask for other colours - not everything is exposed.

    What to pay: We spent a lot. But we bought a lot!

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    Aura Spa: Aura Spa

    by SFHulaGIrl Written Jun 8, 2010

    I originally tried this spa because it was a few doors down from my hotel, Honeymoon Guesthouse. Facilities were fine. The grounds were very nice.

    What to buy: My boyfriend and I got a couples massage, then showered afterwards. We had no complaints.

    What to pay: Prices in April, 2009 were: Hot Stone Massage (215,000 rp), Traditional Massage (125,000 rp), Mandi Lulur or Boreh (170,000 rp), Traditional Facial (120,000 rp), Cream Bath (100,000 rp), Foot Massage (80,000 rp), Manicure or Pedicure (100,000 rp) and Tropical Fruit Facial (140,000 rp). Interestingly enough, prices are higher on their website.

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    Bumi Bali Spa: Bumi Bali Spa

    by SFHulaGIrl Written Jun 2, 2010

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    This spa is located in the back area behind the restaurant. They offer all of the usual services -- facials, massages, cream baths, manicures & pedicures.

    What to buy: I've had their Traditional Massage, as well as one with the Honey Bath. Both were very good.

    What to pay: April, 2010 prices were: Traditional Massage (90,000 rp), Therapy Massage (105,000 rp), Reflexology ( 95,000 rp), Mandi Lulur (135,000 rp), Mandi Rempah (150,000 rp), Mandi Susu (135,000 rp), Cream Bath (80,000 rp), Facial (80,000 rp), Pedicure or Manicure (40,000 rp no polish, 50,000 rp with polish, 60,000 rp with flower design), Foot Massage (60,000 rp), Shoulder Massage (60,000 rp), Sea Salt Bath (135,000 rp), Honey Bath (135,000 rp) & Balinese Boreh (150,000 rp). Packages are also available.

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    Pasar Ubud: Good place to shop and save up

    by Arfah Updated Jul 13, 2009

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    Pasar Ubud...good place to shop

    It's a market. Two storey buildings...quite big. Located at Jalan Raya Ubud. It's a famous place. Apart from the shops built in the market...there are also wooden stalls in the middle of the market. All these shops and stalls sell many things...mostly are suitable to be taken home as souvenirs for loved ones or just for yourself.

    What so special about it? You can find so many things under one place and you can bargain to get the most reasonable price.

    What to buy: Here you'll find things that are also sold outside such as wood carvings, sculptures, paintings, handicrafts such as handwoven baskets, sarong, silk batik, tshirts, blouses for women, home decorative items such as lamps, table runner, cushion cover, beaded bangles, silver jewellery n etc.

    What to pay: Paintings depend on sizes n quality, handwoven items depend on sizes...but if you're very good at bargaining...a big size basket can be bought at as low as Rp50,000 (that's about MYR17.50) which I found very cheap coz there's no way I could get a big handwoven basket with that price in Malaysia, wood carvings n sculptures depend on sizes n how detailed it is, sarong...the one made in Bali (Bali batik they call it) is quite cheap...price start at Rp15,000, silk batik, silk scarf, silk sarong, silk dress and other things made from silk...they're a bit expensive...price start around Rp140,000, blouses for women also depending on the quality and style...prices begin at around Rp40,000, home decorative items...4 cushion covers and 3 table runners...around Rp150,000 - Rp200,000, beaded bangles each sold between Rp10,000 - Rp15,000 (more you buy more discounts)...keychains with Bali written on it...5 for Rp10,000 n etc. Bargain reasonably...if you don't feel the price is right...walk to another stall/shop.

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    Lily Spa: Lily Spa

    by SFHulaGIrl Written Jun 23, 2009
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    Lily Spa is directly across from Honeymoon Guesthouse. Their hours are from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., though they don't always open exactly as specified. Decor is rather modern; every thing looks clean & orderly.

    What to buy: I had an aromatherapy massage with a flower bath, followed by a facial. I considered my massage to be average & my facial good.

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    Mutiara: Gorgeous Batik Shirts

    by SFHulaGIrl Written Jun 18, 2009

    Medium-sized shop with relatively friendly service, not far from Tino Supermarket.

    What to buy: There is a wide selection of batik shirts for men, either cotton or rayon, from sizes Small to Extra Large.

    What to pay: Most shirts cost the equivalent of US$10.00, though the Extra Large shirts cost a tiny bit more.

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    Eve Body Treatment Centre: The Best of the Rest

    by SFHulaGIrl Updated May 18, 2008

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    Of the four spas that I went to in Bali, I would rate this one the best overall. This was by far the best massage & facial. They took me immediately, without an appointment. They are open daily from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. CASH ONLY!

    I had the White Jasmine Lulur Body Scrub (125,000 rp), which included a traditional Balinese massage, shower & soak in a flower petal bath. The massage was relaxing. A bowl of flowers was even placed beneath the massage table for me to look at while my back was being massaged. My only complaint was that there was a bug in my flower petal bath. The facial was also very relaxing; I actually fell asleep.

    On my return in 2008, I went to Eve spa twice. The first time I had a 90 minute combination massage, which was FANTASTIC! I was there again a few days later for a "body mask." This consisted of a massage, a "mask" (either Balinese boreh or mud) & the flower petal bath. I opted for the Balinese boreh, which was truly amazing to me. Once she massaged me & covered me in the spices, she wrapped me cocoon-style in a sarong & left me to relax for 10-15 minutes. During this time, my back became extremely hot, enough that I actually felt as if a heating pad were underneath me. A huge mosquito bite on my right thigh began to tingle. Once the sarong was removed & I was rinsed off, my mosquito bites quit itching & my temperature returned to normal. I believe that the Balinese boreh is reputed to remove toxins from one's body. It certainly seemed to work on me.

    What to pay: In May, 2007, prices were: Traditional Balinese Massage, 1 hr. (Rp. 75,000); Body Scrubs, 2 hrs. (Rp. 125,000); Facials, 1 hr. (Rp. 65,000); Hair Cut, 1 hr. (Rp. 65,000); Manicure or Pedicure, 1 hr. (Rp. 60,000 with polish, Rp. 50,000 no polish). Spa packages are also available for Rp. 225,000 to Rp. 325,000.

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    ubud market: all kind of handicraft

    by aalayaa Written Dec 2, 2007
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    it's a huge building on the main street of ubud so it's almost impossible to miss it. inside, you can find all kind of handycrafts. don't forget to bargain for the price before you made a deal.

    What to buy: paintings, crafts, jewelries, home decoration, etc

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