Bali's traditional markets are fascinating for their variety of local produce and goods for daily use. In Ubud, the local market is especially rich in things of interest to visitors. Here in one place you can find all sorts of affordable things to bring back home as gifts or for yourself to use while you're in Bali.
You may be one of those who love travelling yet adore that thing called privacy. Our Komaneka at Monkey Forest can provide what you need at an affordable price.
When you shop at a traditional market, you’re expected to bargain. Everyone does. But there’s a way of doing it. Here are some things you should keep in mind.
When you’re staying in the middle of town, it gives you a lift to look out over the town and get a different set of bearings. At Komaneka Rasa Sayang, you can go to the roof-top garden on the fourth floor and gaze out at the red roofs of low-rise central Ubud.
On the edge of the lush valley in Sanggingan, Ubud is the Neka Art Museum complex, with one of the most important collections of Balinese art on the island and the first keris museum in the nation. Founded in 1982 by the Ubud-born art collector Pande Wayan Suteja Neka (better known as Suteja Neka), it was guided in inspiration by Neka's friendship with two Dutch painters who had long lived in Bali, Rudolf Bonnet (1895–1978) and the late Arie Smit (1916–2016).