Ubud Shopping

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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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    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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    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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    • Food and Dining
    • Arts and Culture

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