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Nestled on the beach, this Sukawati hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Saba Beach, Keramas Beach and Sukawati Market. Cucukan Beach and Bali Bird Park are also within ...
£119 per night for 2 guestsThe Royal Purnama art suites & villas£119
Situated in the suburbs, this spa hotel is 2.8 mi (4.5 km) from Tegalalang Rice Terrace and within 6 miles (10 km) of Peliatan Palace and Pondok Pekak Library ...
£119 per night for 2 guestsTejaprana Resort & Spa£119
Located in Ubud City-Centre, this luxury hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Ubud Monkey Forest and Wayang Kulit. Komaneka Fine Art Gallery and Pondok Pekak Library ...
£119 per night for 2 guestsRoyal Kamuela Villas - Monkey Forest Ubud£119
Nestled on the beach, this Gianyar resort is within 1 mi (2 km) of Keramas Beach and Bali Marine and Safari Park. Cucukan Beach and Bali Theatre are also within ...
£70 per night for 2 guestsKomune Resort & Beach Club Bali£70
Kuta is an excellent shopping city where pretty squares packed with traditional stores are matched by bright seafront shops and endless street stalls. But even here, nowhere is as colourful and tempting as Sukawati Market. By far the best place to find everything from authentic arts and crafts to essential oils and gorgeous Balinese textiles, Sukawati is also conveniently close to a wide range of accommodation. So you can suit your budget and book a room in a spa resort, beachfront inn or luxury suite or choose a bed and breakfast, holiday villa or guesthouse, all within easy distance of the Sukawati Market.
Sukawati may not be ancient, but it is one of Kuta’s most visited sites. Built over two floors, the market’s sheer choice appears bewildering at first glance, so take a breath and stroll around. Once you find your bearings, you can begin to enjoy the treasures stacked from floor to ceiling and often well beyond. Almost any Balinese craft you can imagine is sold at Sukawati, and the prices are known to be very reasonable. If you are looking for jewel-bright Balinese sarongs, dazzling bed covers and brilliant wall-hangings, they are all here. It is the finest source of traditional wood carvings, paintings and interesting local craftwork and stocks a mesmerising array of incense, scented candles and pretty scent-infused fans.
Known locally as Pasar Seni Sukawati, Sukawati is also one of the most popular markets for day-to-day shopping. This adds to the lively atmosphere and gives you an opportunity to watch experienced locals demonstrate the art of bargaining. Once you feel confident enough to try yourself, simply be polite and it’s almost impossible not to come to a friendly agreement with the unfailingly courteous vendors.
Sukawati Market is relaxed fun for children and heaven for dedicated shoppers staying in a hotel nearby. So, whether you’re browsing or buying, it is easy to understand why this is one of Bali’s best-loved markets.