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Great way to spend and hour or two

We were take here early morning by our cooking class hosts. Great chance to buy local fresh... read more

Reviewed 9 August 2018
ozdonna66
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Greater Adelaide, Australia
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Great Place for Fresh Local Fruit

There is always some great local fresh produce, go early for the best bargains. A true taste of... read more

Reviewed 6 August 2018
fruitbatanne
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Glass House Mountains, Australia
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Handy morning market if you are staying at a villa with kitchen facilities. 1kg of tomatoes 10,000, 6-7 eggs 10,000 use to be 7 but many sellers want give u 6 but some still offer 7. In a back can there is a lady selling...More

Thank Kim H
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

After finishing breakfast elsewhere, I decided to take a walk through the markets this morning to stock up on bananas, pineapple and melon. My 20 month old daughter was chucking a wobbly because it was pretty much nap time and I'd carried her from nearer...More

Thank Holoyolo
Reviewed 9 August 2018 via mobile

We were take here early morning by our cooking class hosts. Great chance to buy local fresh produce. Stall holders friendly and happy for u to try different foods for less than $1 AU. Not crowded and good to escape other tourists for a while.

Thank ozdonna66
Reviewed 6 August 2018

There is always some great local fresh produce, go early for the best bargains. A true taste of Indonesia.

Thank fruitbatanne
Reviewed 15 July 2018 via mobile

We came here early in the morning as part of the cooking class we did. We really enjoyed our time here. As a side note if you have a weak stomach and/or you don’t want an insight into where your food comes from in Bali...More

Thank Stuart P
Reviewed 20 June 2018

Really this is a farmers market. Most everything here is fresh food and food related. Stalls in the center selling all kinds of ingredients, and stalls outside more kitchen related hard goods. Market opens at 0500 and by 10:30 more than half of the vendors...More

Thank Airresq
Reviewed 28 May 2018 via mobile

Loved every minute there, it was very qiet when i arrived. Walked and looked around and learn"t again so much more about the Balinese culture. Was looking my eyes out. Got some chili's and more stuff to take back home. Be back in 6 months...More

Thank JojoBreda
Reviewed 11 May 2018

Mainly a food market with plenty of local fruits and vegetables at very cheap prices. Locals enjoy making sales to tourists and are more than happy to share local knowledge.

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Reviewed 2 January 2018

Neat, tidy, organised, colourful selection of mainly food stuffs and a few other items. Most sellers were friendly and willingly answered my questions about things I had never seen before. For those of you wanting a civilised market experience, this one is much less confronting...More

2  Thank Jack-Jack-Jackie
Reviewed 24 October 2017

Have been to this market twice now and so glad I found it. Best come the first time by taxi as frontage is not on Tamblingan - definitely worth the effort to find. Fish, meat, lots of fruit - everything a Balinese household needs. All...More

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Dani_Russo
Hi Anthony, I am coming to Bali with my mum and brother who have never been to Asia before. We'll be spending 6 nights in Sanur (as a change from our last trip where we stayed in Seminyak...I thought something a little quieter would be better for my family). I am wanting to take them out to the night market and show them a little piece of Indonesian life and cuisine but i'm worried about what we should eat. Your review mentions the Martabak. Are there any other fail safe items that are not too 'out there'. My family aren't really into spicy or fishy flavours in their food but i'd love them to try. What would you recommend? One of us is vegetarian. We will also have our 5 yr old with us. Any tips of what we could get him to eat? And of course we all love our desserts. Thanks for your help. Dani
1 December 2016|
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Response from Jo B | Reviewed this property |
You will find lots of options as most of the food isn't too spicy...the sauces, chilli etc is generally on the table to add yourself. You can also request it to not be spicy. There are also plenty of vegetarian options... More
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BeanieOz
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Response from Inthout | Reviewed this property |
Not on this market that I know! However if you are after real art products the best place to go is Ubud or Mass. I classify art here as in good paintings, woven and hand made batiks, silk products, nice carvings. Obviously... More
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nellyjk
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Response from Aussiechickperth | Reviewed this property |
The Sanur morning markets open at 8.00am - closing at 5.00pm. Some stalls were still opening around 10.30am. There are stalls with children's, ladies garments, a painting gallery worth a visit - if the artist (elderly chap... More
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