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Sukawati Art Market

If you are looking for a souvenir of your journey to Bali, Sukawati Art Market is the place for you. It is one of the most distinctive markets in Bali where you can find some of the unique and authentic Balinese artworks. This two story market offers a range of handicrafts, sculptures, paintings, artworks and other items crafted by the hands of skilled workers. The market is always busy with tourists and locals alike.

You can find colourful fabric and clothing on different stalls on the ground floor. You can buy beautiful paintings and artworks, figurines of birds, animals and famous people, handmade decorative items and aromatherapy incenses and candles and several other items at a bargain price.

Location: The Sukawati Art Market is located pretty near to Batubulan’s performing art centres along the Jalan Raya Sukawati main road. It is twenty kilometres away from Denpasar.

Bali Bird Park

If you’re looking for something different from zoo’s where magnificent creatures are locked up, you have to pay a visit to the Bali Bird Park and Reptile Park. This ecospace is a unique and educational attraction for tourists of all ages where you can interact and play with a variety of stunning species of birds.

The Bali Bird Park also boasts a state of the art restaurant and café offering delectable cuisne and amazing tropical beverages.

This one of a kind bird park plays a major role in conserving and protecting Indonesia’s endangered bird species proving a home and natural habitat to over 5000 birds of 200 species.

Location: Jl. Serma Cok Ngurah Gambir, Singapadu, Batubulan, Kec. Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia

Timings: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Approximate Price: Price for an adult is IDR 432,000 and price for a child is IDR 216,000


Bali Pulina Agro Tourism

Spend a riveting day at the Bali Pulina coffee plantation, a typical and very famous tourist spot for luwak coffee plantation. Once you enter you will be greeted by a guide who will take you through an amazing tour of the luwak coffee process. Your tour will include a sensational coffee tasting w here you can embrace the aroma of fresh brewed coffee.

This major tourist destination aims to promote the introduce the Civet Coffee (Kpi Luwak). This haven doesn’t only grow coffee but also chocolate and tea. You will witness these on your walk and after you head to lodge you can relax while enjoying a cup of coffee or any other beverage and marvel at the beautiful landscape of refreshing green surroundings

Location: Banjar Pujung Kelod, Tegallalang, Kec. Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia

Timings: 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM

Approximate Price: 50,000 IDR

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Traveller Tales from Gianyar



16 November 2019

Recently went to Ubud and experienced this Chedi Club there. It was amazing experiencing something adventurous like this and of course Thrillophilia's team was perfect with there arrangements and other...


Rajendra Reddy

08 July 2019

Got the tickets of the Bali zoo at the best price. Explored the unique wildlife of Bali.

What You Should Know More About Gianyar

  • Q. Travel Advice

    • Check for the peak period: Due to the given popularity of this destination, the place can some times be quite crowded. After all, Bali isn’t exactly a untouched, unseen, unexplored paradise on Earth. Check for the peak period and avoid staying in clichéd regions of the city. Instead opt for central mountains or the western coasts that are more chilled out.

    • Choose your hotel/resort stay carefully: The streets of Giaynar are usually filled with chaotic traffic. Like mentioned previously, the place can get quite crowded too. Thus, it becomes essential for one to choose the right type of hotel or resort that you will be staying in. Find your perfect spot in the perfect destination for the right kind of experience in this beautiful city.

    • Dress codes: Be well aware of the fact that even the high-end bars, restaurants and resorts in Bali have a dress code without which entry isn’t permitted. It is better to prevent unwanted embarrassment by ensuring that your outfits are well to do and especially according to what is required in the particular location.

    • Respect the religious rules: While this may not come across as a surprise to you that Bali is known to the world as the hub for great spirituality, it is important to respect the religious rules that roost in the place as well. Enjoy Gianyar for the true essence that it represents without insulting or offending the sentiments of its lovely people.

    • Local markets with varying prices: Shopping certainly is one those to-do things in Gianyar city given how colourful, vibrant and resourceful the markets of the destination are. However, be prepared for a mixed bag of price tags as it truly just depends on your bargaining skills when it comes to appropriate pricing on any product.

    • Drinking laws: Bali as a whole doesn’t consist of an established minimum drinking age as such. However, they do expect the crazy night-life lovers to be in control. Alcohol is easily obtainable from super markets and convenience stores, so no worries there.

  • Q. Things to do in Gianyar city

    • Go on an adventurous trip through the Bali Safari and Marine Park: This activity is among the top ranked activities to do in Gianyar. It is one of those great holiday places to get up and close with animals. Be a part of the AirCon Safari bus ride and get a wonderful glimpse at lions, tigers and other exotic animals in their natural habitat.

    • Shopping at the Sukawati Art Market: This is among the most popular activities visitors can do if they are accompanied with family and loved ones. This market consists of numerous centres offering a variety of products – all the way from clothings, accessories, furniture to souvenirs.

    • Visit the Elephant cave at Goa Gajah: The Elephant cave at Goa Gajah is structured and carved with numerous different creatures, giving you a grand entrance. Be completely mesmerized with the amazing architecture of this wonderful structure that has been existing since time immemorial.

    • Spiritual oneness at Pura Gunung Kawi: Pura Gunung Kawi is an ancient Hindu temple that is gorgeously carved in solid rock. The place is surrounded with steps from all side and trust us when we say this, the few steps are totally worth the effort especially given the wonderful statues that waits for you.

    • Unique perspective at the Gianyar Night market: One of the best things about the Gianyar Night market is that it isn’t as crowded as the normal market. The night market consists of endless stalls and shops that offers its visitors with delicious, mouth-watering food, local sweets and household items that you won’t find anywhere else.

    • Get an amazing view of the Rice trace at the Tegallalang spot: Want to gain a scenic view of the great and expansive rice trace in Gianyar city. Go to the Tegallalang spot which is located not very far from the main city of Gianyar. This is perhaps one of the best ways to end a day during your stay in the city.

  • Q. What will you like in Gianyar city

    • A crazy night at the Bali zoo: Want to experience Gianyar in a different fashion? Nothing better than this. There are several agencies that offer night tours to the Bali Zoo. It is truly value in return for little money. Get embraced by a welcome drink and wander off to meet different exotic creatures in their natural surroundings.

    • Visit the Summer Presidential Palace: The Summer Presidential Palace was built back in 1957 and since 2003 has been a site of an ASEAN Summit. This huge palace consists of numerous rooms, a private pool, parkings and even conference rooms for those interested in hiring the place.

    • Enjoy the Sangyan Jaran Dance: The final part of one of your days has to end with the Sangyan Jaran Dance – which typically consists of 5 acts wherein horses are trained to dance to the tunes of typical, ethnic Bali music. There are numerous sessions especially organized for the visitors. You will surely have a great time.

  • Q. Recommended reads for destination

    Government websiteBali Tourism Board

    Insight guide: Bali step by step, The Rough guide to Bali