The perfume of luxurious locally handmade organic soaps wafts as you enter. Put some in your undies drawer and it'll smell fine for weeks. The range is unlike that found in chain stores selling luxe soap. It also op…
This small, professional textile gallery and shop sponsors the production of naturally dyed, handmade ritual textiles from around Indonesia. It exists to help recover skills in danger of being lost to modern dyeing …
Wakjaka, a master of Balinese dream mask carving, works his magic in this tiny shop almost daily. Stop by, watch him work, and learn about Bali's complex and rich traditions around masks.
The trademark parrot of this t-shirt shop is a characterful bird and he (she?) appears in many guises on this shop's line of custom t-shirts. Designs range from cool to groovy to offbeat. Everything is made from hig…
Noted photographer and Ubud resident Rio Helmi has a small commercial gallery where you can admire or purchase examples of his journalistic and artistic work.
A quality bookshop with an excellent selection of titles on Indonesian studies, travel, arts, music, fiction (including used books) and maps. Good staff recommendations.
New and restored Balinese musical instruments are sold here. Splurge on a cute little bamboo flute for 30,000Rp.
The large Ubud Market is your one-stop shop for kitschy souvenirs, clothing and presents for back home. It's inside a large complex; stallholders set up across several buildings, and also along Jl Karna.
It's everything the souvenir stores are not, with beautiful handmade items from around the island plus ancient art.
A typically glossy outlet of the popular Bali chain.