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PASAR SINDHU

"Our driver had selected a 'traditional' market for this day. The Pasar Sindhu Market. It is on a square, divided into two parts - on the one hand there are things that you generally see in most markets and in the streets. On the other hand there are open stalls.
The smell in this place is divine. We went to Warung had a nasi goreng for 15 krp. This was the cheapest meal I have had in Bali, and it was by far the best."

          Pasar Sindhu Night Market   is a night market, However ... before dawn it is already very lively on the Sindhu Market. Numerous stalls are open very early. These stalls are in the covered area. There is a wide range of items for locals, including spices, fish, meat, fresh vegetables, clothing, and household items.

The market is considered by many to be a hidden gem. The market is popular with both locals and tourists. Although it bears 'traditional' in its name, the market is modern and clean. There are around 150 stands along the paths tiled with ceramic tiles. Many also offer various herbs, while others sell flowers and young coconut leaves for daily Hindu-Balinese sacrifices. The market is not large, but very varied.

The middle row of stalls is surrounded by separate shops with household tools and traditional textiles. The various warungs (small stalls) sell nasi campur (mixed rice), refreshing and cold drinks. You will certainly enjoy the cheap, local prices here. Despite the modern layout of the Sindhu market, it remains difficult for every western tourist to bargain. You must ensure that you add the Sindhu Market to your "muckey list", because it is the place where you also shop for countless souvenirs.

The groceries are done around 8 o'clock in the morning, so the booth closes again with fresh goods, while some of the surrounding booths with other articles remain open all day. The parking space starts to change in the afternoon. Immediately stalls with delicious food will come. The market then becomes what visitors call "the Sanur Night Market, Sindhu Night Market or Pasar Malam Sindhu".

Around 6 pm the time has come. Local stalls and carts arrive. They cook and grill local delicacies, from lamb satas, bakso (meatball soup) to nasi goreng (fried rice) - all at ridiculously low prices.  The groceries are done around 8 o'clock in the morning, so the booth closes again with fresh goods, while some of the surrounding booths with other articles remain open all day. The parking space starts to change in the afternoon. Immediately stalls with delicious food will come. The market then becomes what visitors call "the Sanur Night Market, Sindhu Night Market or Pasar Malam Sindhu". Around 6 pm the time has come. Local stalls and carts arrive. They cook and grill local delicacies, from lamb satas, bakso (meatball soup) to nasi goreng (fried rice) - all at ridiculously low prices.

Take the time to sample a variety of traditional snacks and dishes.

 

Open: daily from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m.


Warungs

From a travelogue:

"This is always a must to visit in Sanur when you are on vacation. You can't sit better with a mix of tourists and locals in a nice, relaxed way. Dinner is a good start for a nice "night out".
I always go for the 10 chicken satés for only 15 rp as an appetizer, which are so tasty. Then I go one door further for an even tastier mie goreng as main course for the same amount. There are many other dining options available. There are approximately 15 small mobile carts. It is really a must to visit the market on your trip to Sanur!"

 


Sanur Paradise Plaza

Set in a strategic location, Sanur Paradise Plaza Hotel is a great base to get around charming Bali. This 4-star hotel is within minutes of the beach, great shopping areas, and the cultural and natural attractions of Bali. Surrounded by a tropical garden courtyard and spacious pool environment, all comfortable guestrooms are well appointed with modern amenities, cool marble flooring, and Balinese décor. Some rooms feature a private balcony, and others have direct access to the pool shaded by tropical palms. There are two award-winning restaurants and two bars for all guests. If you’re looking for a special and unique experience, look no further than Sanur Paradise Plaza Hotel.

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