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Sukawati art market, Gianyar, is a perfect place for those who just love to shop around or even for those who just want to see what typical Balinese souvenirs, gifts or crafts look like. If you can haggle and learn the average price, it will save...more
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This is a great spot for your shopping - you can find all of the classic tourist finds like wickers bags and T-shirt’s, but there are also paintings and wood carvings around. It is a lot less touristy and there are no crowds. The shop...More
One side of the market have stalls selling meat, chicken, vegetable, etc. the other side has stalls and a building packed with clothings and artifacts. Basically all the stall sell about the same thing. Bargaining is required. Stalls start closing by 5pm.
This place was recommended to us by a local taxi driver, and indeed they sell very similar items to that of Ubud’s Art Market but of a much cheaper price. In Ubud Market the vendors tend to wanna rip tourists off, for the same bag,...More
A place filled with small vendors selling cheap souvenirs (t-shirts, key chains and etc). Be sure to bargain as much as you can because you'll be surprised with the final amount you can get for that item. However, before you bargain a specific item, do...More
The Sukawatu Markets are excellent. It is a maze of stores, pushy sun glass salespeople and vendors trying to make a living. Do not be afraid to say no. If you see colors you like in sarongs, tea shirts shorts etc etc., go in to...More
If you’re familiar with the huge markets in Thailand then this one will disappoint you. Not much selection / diversity. If you really want to shop for local crafts then hire a driver to take you to the workshops in nearby Ubud.
There are essentially two markets close together but not apparent from one to the other. Sukawati Pasar Seni (North) and Guwang a little further south on the same road. Swamped by coach loads of tourists day in day out, this is the place to score...More