Shop or window shop at Kumbasari Market. Souvenirs are cheap and you can still bargain here too. We also found a painting store that priced their paintings moderately. I spotted the same one at JL. Legian shops here and obviously it was priced much, much lower here....pheww! glad that i didn't decide to get it then...hee...
Oh ya, we also went across to Badung Market...reminds me a lot of Geylang market 8)
I didnt went in to the market....quite exhausted by the hot sun and decide to just take pictures only
The night market in Gianyar is not a made-for-tourists market. It is a local social occasion where there are a number of stalls selling a wide range of delicious, cheap food - you can get a fantastic selection and fill your belly for under 20,000 rupiah. You can watch while savoury crepes Balinese style and sweet sticky rice are being prepared. There are also stalls selling items of clothing, toiletries, sweets and cigarettes. A fun night out. If you are staying in Ubud, it is something a little different to do. Taxi from Ubud approx 50,000 rupiah.
This is where you can see, touch, feel and buy a piece of the Balinese culture.
This is also where you go to test your haggling, but don't over do it.
You haggle to not be taken as a fool, not to squash every penny out of their profit.
After all, a USD$5 profit to them is considered a killing.
After a visit to Pura Ulun Danu Bratan, stop off at Candikuning market for some fresh food and gifts. The market is very much a 'tourist' market but with a few bargaining skills, you can pick up some gifts for friends at home. There is a great range of spices and impressive wood boxes and ornaments. There is also a great variety of fresh sweet and savoury snacks.
Please do A Bargaining to buy so many art articles in Sukowati Art Market. One can buy paintings, wood carving, T Shirts, handy crafts, small articles of Bali souvenir. and many others