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Kumbasari & Badung Markt

"We visited Pasar Kumbasari in February and I met a lovely lady who sold 'antique' 'bronze' statues, to our surprise she remembered us when we returned in December. The second time we tried to find the lady, we walked around the market a bit and I thought it was worth returning when the sun was not so hot. So at the beginning of January we arrived at 8:00 am to see that there were few maternity keepers open and little food that attracted us, so we went to Pasar Badung to eat on the top floor (more on this later).
After dinner we were quite impressed by the stalls with all the trinkets that you bring back for family and friends, such as soap on a wooden holder, mysterious boxes with Buddha's head and vests with Bintang written on it."


Badung Centrale Markt

          At the Kumbasari & Badung Markt in Denpasar you can buy a reasonably priced souvenir. You don't have to worry about that, because in Sukawati you can go to the Kumbasari market and the Badung market in Denpasar. Here you will find many Balinese souvenirs at lower prices.
These two markets together form the Badung market complex and are separated by the Badung River. The markets are connected by a bridge.

Kumbasari Market is located at Jalan Gajah Mada in Denpasar. It is an art market adjacent to the Badung market complex. Moreover, this market also offers equipment for religious ceremonies such as incense, etc. The negotiable prices here can usually be a lot lower than in other markets in Bali. At night, the area of the Kumbasari market is transformed into a found market with a variety of inexpensive dishes and snacks.
The Badung Market is the largest traditional market in Denpasar. The market functions as the main source of fresh produce among residents of Denpasar. Regular stalls open well in advance of the day, with a daily flow of fresh fruit, vegetables and flowers from suppliers in agricultural areas in the central highlands and elsewhere.

 

The stalls on the upper floors sell batiks and other fabrics, household items, kitchen utensils and agricultural tools. On the lower floors you will find the most visited, with lively rows of stalls selling fresh tropical fruit, flowers, meat and poultry, and other groceries. The stalls on the upper floors sell batiks and other fabrics, household items, kitchen utensils and agricultural tools. On the lower floors you will find the most visited, with lively rows of stalls selling fresh tropical fruit, flowers, meat and poultry, and other groceries.
During the day the market changes into a market that sells souvenirs and various crafts such as silver, Balinese Batik, paintings, Balinese ikats, accessories and Balinese trinkets.


The Stalls

In 2000, a fire destroyed the market, but it was rebuilt and modernized. The multi-storey building now houses many suppliers who sell both fresh and non-perishable goods. The floors are connected by escalators and lifts. The market is open daily from 5 a.m. to 5 p.m. The night market is open from 5:00 pm until 5:00 am the next day.

 

Not only does the local Balinese population do their shopping here, but many foreign tourists also come here to buy cheap Balinese trinkets.
There is a car park, although on certain days before the religious holiday it is always busy.

Ngurah Rai International Airport is located close the city. It is located 13 km south of Denpasar. It is the third busiest international airport in Indonesia.Ngurah Rai International Airport is located near the city. It is located 13 km south of Denpasar. It is the third busiest international airport in Indonesia.
The city has a population of 600,000. Denpasar is the starting point of the Asian road 2, an AH road of more than 13,000 kilometers that ends in Iran. There is also a bus station in Denpasar, from where many minibuses leave for other places on the island.


A look at the market

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The Banyumas Villa

Offering quality accommodations in the restaurants, shopping, and business district of Bali, The Banyumas Villa is a popular pick for both business and leisure travelers. The hotel lies two kilometers from the city center and provides accessibility to important town facilities. A well-kempt environment and its proximity to Consulate of Mexico, Consulate General of Timor-Leste, and Consulate of Australia give to this hotel a special charm.
The Banyumas Villa also offers many facilities to enrich your stay in Bali. For the comfort and convenience of guests, the hotel offers a family room, safety deposit boxes, concierge, smoking area, and restaurant.
Guests can choose from 22 rooms, all of which exude an atmosphere of total peace and harmony. The hotel's host of recreational offerings ensures you have plenty to do during your stay. The Banyumas Villa is your one-stop destination for quality hotel accommodations in Bali.

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