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Chaos in Markets

The Sukawatu Markets are excellent. It is a maze of stores, pushy sun glass salespeople and vendors... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Adelaide, South Australia
Great Place to Buy Balinese Handicrafts

The market actually along the road of sukawati. You can buy handicrafts here. There is so many kind... read more

Reviewed 27 June 2018
Bekasi, Indonesia
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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
Jl. Raya Sukawati, Indonesia
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Reviewed 1 week ago

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

Thank Wally070
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

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.

Thank Maarten C
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

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

1  Thank Bill M
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We can enjoy for shopping balinese t shirt called barong etc. We can bargain. Cheap price. Very crowded

Thank evania23
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

its a typical market but there are better. even tanah lot market better than this. Not very big and the same articles as all the other markets but a long way to go to find that out. I wouldn't bother. I went for local art...More

Thank Ani C
Reviewed 10 July 2018

The Sukawati Art Market makes for an interesting (but hot!) stop if you're passing by, but I'm not sure that it's worth making a special trip to see; there's very little that can't be found at the various tourist market hubs in Kuta, Legian, Seminyak,...More

2  Thank Belinda M
Reviewed 27 June 2018 via mobile

The market actually along the road of sukawati. You can buy handicrafts here. There is so many kind of handicrafts. The price also not expensive like on the other places.

Thank aderuhya
Reviewed 20 June 2018

the price and condition here so friendly, many shop sells their goods with cheap price and we can bargaining untuk 50% to get those goods .. cool!

Thank yuangga s
Reviewed 8 June 2018

I would not recommend this market for people who don't know how to bargain especially bargain hard. The quality was poor/average but you pay big buck. Very crowded. I have been to Kumbasari, a bit better but you still need to bargain. My favourite is...More

Thank virgonelson
Reviewed 5 June 2018 via mobile

Today is the first time i visit Sukowati art market. It’s took 1 hour drive from Kuta to the sukawati art market. But i took a grab cost 110k rupiah from kuta to sukowati art market. The place was ok not very busy and the...More

Thank Sarah Ayunie V
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Roger D
17 May 2018|
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Response from 722seanp | Reviewed this property |
Unsure but Bali locals normally run at a 10 am start to 6pm ...we went from 11am to 2pm
12 June 2016|
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Response from KirstyDzulkarnain | Reviewed this property |
It's on everyday except Nyepi of course. Opens really early at 5am in the morning but closes before sunset at 6 ish. It has been this way for ages
3 February 2016|
Response from KirstyDzulkarnain | Reviewed this property |
Pasar Kumbasari and Badung in Denpasar, but beware of unsolicited guides aka comission takers and pickpockets. Bargain hard. Pasar Ubud is nice too, but pricier.