The Ubud Art Market is made up of dozens of outdoor stalls carrying local crafts, clothing, accessories, jewelry, and home decor. If you're looking for a souvenir, this is a great place to browse, compare prices, and bargain.
About 1 hour
Be prepared to bargain to get a fair price. Generally, you can let the vendor suggest a price first, then counter with roughly half of their opening gambit.
The sprawling and bustling open-air Ubud Art Market is the perfect place to buy souvenirs. Vendors are set up on along the street and on the second and third floors of multiple buildings, and walking through it is like weaving through a maze.
The handmade Balinese-style bags.
The prices are a fraction of what you’ll pay in Canggu or Seminyak, but you’re still expected to haggle, respectfully, of course.
Sam & Yass of @mapping.along