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At the Pasar Malam Kereneng dozens of vendors dish up food till dawn.
Bali’s numerous climate zones (hot and humid near the ocean, cool and dry up the volcano slopes) mean that pretty much any fruit or vegetable can be grown within the island’s small confines...
The Pasar Sindhu night market sells fresh vegetables, dried fish, pungent spices and various household goods.
On Sundays, there's an organic market in the parking lot next to Cafe Batu Jimbar.
Not big but its popularity ensures constant turnover. Look for some of Bali's unusual fruits here, such as the mangosteen.
The food stalls in this food market, which line both sides of the main section of Jl Ngurah Rai, are worth sampling for babi guling (spit-roast pig stuffed with chilli, turmeric, garlic and ginger), piseng goreng (...
The sound of hundreds of cooking pots and the glare of bright lights add a frenetic and festive clamour to Gianyar’s delicious night market , which any local will tell you has some of the best food on Bali
A night market, this is by far the best spot to eat if you're in town late. It's the usual flurry of woks, customers and noise.
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