Antique shops, clothing boutiques and art galleries line the streets of Ubud, offering a one of a kind and rewarding shopping experience.

Our favourites include jeweller Jean-Francois Fichot (Jalan Suweta No. 6) for unique seashell rings festooned with jade to Brazilian tourmaline chokers and buffalo horn home wares. Macan Tidur (Monkey Forest Road) is also worth a stop for its museum-quality textiles from around the Indonesian archipelago as is Studio 22K (Jalan Raya Ubud) for the charming kocokan temple game, played on a canvas mat hand-painted with mythical turtles, fish and snakes by local artist Made Subrata.

A little farther afield, near Ubud, the Tegallalang area is famous for woodcarving, Mas for masks and furniture, while stone carvings can be sourced in Batubulan, (a 20-minute drive from Ubud) showing just how rich and diverse shopping in the area can be.


For more information on shopping during your stay at The Chedi Club, please contact:

T (62) 361 975685
F (62) 361 975686
[email protected]

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