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We were looking for vanilla beans and stopped here for a quick look. The vendors at the front stalls got really excited and showed us two packets of tiny dried pods and quoted a really exorbitant price. They were looking for a quick kill and...More
I went to this place to look for vanilla beans but now the price shoot up real high. Some stalls there are selling 1 vanilla bean normal size for 30k! Which is cut throat. Not recommended and they keep asking me how much I want...More
If you only have one opportunity to and are really determined to buy certain mass-produced 'traditional' clothing and souvenir items, then this place has the advantage of a lot of stuff thrown together. However:
The prices will be the highest you'll get quoted anywhere in...More
Before getting to the tourist attractions Beratan lake. We stopped to buy some fresh fruit in this market. Many sellers of fruits and vegetables still traditional. There are also some sellers of souvenirs with cheap prices. Very worth to visit, when traveling to Beratan lake.
You can buy fresh fruits from this market. Spices, coffee and lots of other things.
But be careful at the price. Don't stop at the first stand to buy. We bought coffee from the first stand with 50,000 rupee and few stands away we got...More
We passed by on way to Ulun Danu temples and bought strawberries, soursop, passion fruits and sapodillas. They were delicious and reasonable in price after we made a little bargaining. The vendors were friendly too and let us try them before we bought!
Vendors are pushy, prices are approx. 7 times higher than the real local markets. This is just a tourist attraction.
Pay attention to the quality of fruits. I bought a box of strawberries and half of them was damaged.
In short - overrated, overpriced and...More