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by Walter and Cherie Glaser


Ting Tong Antiques
1 Nyoman Astawa
Monkey Forest Road
Ubud, Bali
Specialties: Old masks and temple dance masks.

Wahyu Bags & Clothes
Monkey Forest Road
Ubud, Bali
Phone: 95055
Specialties: Souvenirs, hand made silver jewelry and custom-made clothing.

Taman Two Art Gallery
Ubud, Bali
Phone: 95633
Specialty: Paintings are very interesting.

Kuta Ruda Batik Shop
Jalan Legian Kaja
Denpan Banjar Kuta, Bali
Specialties: Excellent batik at very reasonable prices, and custom-made clothing. Shirts at around $6.00 - 8.00 (US).

Getting There

Airlines that fly to Bali are:

Air New Zealand
Korean Air
China Airways
Singapore Airlines
Cathay Pacific
Thai International
Air France
British Airways (via Jakarta)

Other Interesting Things To Do in Ubud

Go to the Neka Gallery or the nearby Antonio Blanco Gallery.
Dance from 8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. at the Palace.
Lunch at Murnes Restaurant and try their Balinese chicken.
Supper at Wyans Restaurant.
Lunch at Kupu Kupu Barong. Inspect the fabulous resort and shop in their brilliant boutique.
Visit the Agung Rai Gallery located just before the turnoff to Mas.
See the woodcarving studios at Mas, especially the galleries Agung Rai, Pelitan, Ginyar and the Gong Art Gallery at Giyar.

Bali's Finest Hotels

Grand Hyatt, Nusa Dua
Phone: 62.361.771234
Fax: 62.361.772030

Four Seasons Resort, Jimbaran
Phone: 62.361.701010
Fax: 62.361.701020

Intercontinental, Jimbaran
Phone: 62.361.53783
Fax: 62.361.53784

Oberoi-Legian Hotel, Legian Beach
Phone: 62.361.751061
Fax: 62.361.752791

Kupu Kupu Baron, Ubud
Phone: 62.361.975478
Fax: 62.361.975079

Amandari, Ubud
Phone: 62.361.95333
Fax: 62.361.95335

Amankila, Manggis
Phone: 62.366.21993
Fax: 62.366.21995

Amannusa Nusa Dua
Phone: 62.361.72333
Fax: 62.361.72335

Phone: 62.361.771102
Fax: 62.361.771616

Sheraton Lagoon
Phone: 62.361.71327
Fax: 62.361.71326

Bali Hyatt, Sanur
Phone: 62.361.88271
Fax: 62.361.87693

For a real party, those with bottomless checkbooks may be interested in renting a special luxury home that sleeps eight and is available for around $2,000 US per day, complete with butler. The secluded villa is available for rent through Hyatt Hotels and has been a holiday destination for Mick Jagger, Prince Abdul Assis of Saudi Arabia, Robert Miller (Chairman of Duty Free Shoppers), Prince Alexander of Yugoslavia and Mr. Carl Piotas (Chairman of Sheraton Hotels).

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Walter & Cherie Glaser are an international travel-writing team based down under in Melbourne, Australia.

Note: This information was accurate when it was published. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the businesses in question before making your plans.

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