Proceed for a day of shopping at Ubud and Sanur Area. Ubud is regarded as the cultural centre of Bali. It is famous as an arts and crafts hub, and much of the town and nearby villages seems to consist of artists' workshops and galleries. Ubud has a vast assortment of art and jewelry shops. Head for the boutique type stores or for higher quality goods (with appropriately higher prices), or down to the market for bulk-produced cheapies. You will still need to use your best bargaining skills of course.
Sanur's main shopping street is Jalan Danau Tamblingan. It is somewhat more relaxed and less crowded than shopping in Kuta. The shaded street and the many cafes that line it make it an ideal place to spend a day shopping. Hawkers can be found about but they're not as aggressive, except at the beach market. Sanur has an interesting variety of shops, and there is also an art market (Pasar Seni) with wood carvings and other handicrafts. On the way back, short stop will be made at Sanur Beach.
Overnight at hotel.
Bali’s markets are some of the liveliest and happening places around the country. Sanur Market is stuffed with stores, boutiques, antiquities, art shops, and amazing cafes to try the delicious local cuisine. After the sun goes down, the market is flooded with aromatic food stalls, smoking grills and frying woks to offer an exotic Balinese experience.
Bali’s market charms the travellers with its heart-warming locals, amazing food stalls and unique cultural experience. If you are an art lover, head to the well-known Ubud Art Market, also known as Pasar Seni Ubud, is located opposite Puri Saren Royal Ubud Palace. Take home the exceptional handmade crafts. Stroll around the market, look for silk scarves, handmade woven baskets, hats, statues and more.
Proceed for a day of shopping at Kuta, Legian and Seminyak. The main road in Kuta has a multitude of shops and restaurants on each side selling a wide variety of goods including swimwear, sarongs, handicrafts, cassettes, CDs, jewelry, clothing, furniture and leather goods. There are many street hawkers selling watches and bracelets. If you're not interested, just politely say so. The upper end of Legian Street from Seminyak to Kerobokan has turned into an enclave of boutiques specializing in men's and ladies clothing, interior and home ware stores, antiques, furniture and some interesting delis and warungs. Hawkers are few up this end of this street. Kuta has some department stores and shopping centers where the prices are fixed. Try Kuta Square and Kuta Centre located very close to each other in Jalan Kartika Plaza. Overnight at hotel.
Morning at leisure.
Proceed for Uluwatu temple, a unique sight hanging on a cliff 100 meters above the ocean. Later, proceed to see the Kecak dance, performed by about 50 singers. Matter of fact, this dance is the only one based on vocals rather than instrument, dating far back into Balinese history, prior to the use of instruments. After the performance, a short drive will bring you to Jimbaran Bay to enjoy a delicious seafood dinner in cozy seaside restaurant.
Overnight at hotel.
Bali’s best shoreline, Jimbaran Bay has everything a beach lover could ask for. Amazing beaches, delicious seafood and welcoming locals. Spend some time at Jimbaran Bay away from the hustle bustle of the city life. Jimbaran beach is a strip of glittering land connecting the mainland of Bali with the Bukit Peninsula. It’s a perfect place to sunbathe with the sound of the ocean underneath the verdant green coconut tree groves. This picture-perfect place is a must-visit in Bali.
Bali’s most iconic dance performance, the Kecak fire dance is well-known for its remarkable use of human vocals in the place of gamelan instruments with a dramatic dance performance. With an amazing backdrop of the sunset over the vast ocean, the dance show regularly happens at Uluwatu Temple. The captivating classical Balinese art performance is a must watch in Bali.
One of Bali’s spiritual pillars, Uluwatu Temple is known for its majestic location. Nestled on a steep cliff with a backdrop of sunset vistas, Uluwatu Temple is undoubtedly one of the top places to see in Bali to take in the beauty of sunset. It’s the best place to admire the traditional Balinese architecture, ancient sculptures, Kecak dance performances and the delightful views of the Indian Ocean. The impressive sea temple is dedicated to Sang Hyang Widhi Wasa in the manifestation as Rudhra. This spectacular marvel overlooking the beautiful ocean is a must-visit place in Bali.
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