"Melati"  means jasmine. This delightful complex consists of several 2-storey structures, each with a number of rooms all ensuite with balconies, looking out over the gardens or ricefields.
 
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  • Murni's Warung Shop, Campuan-Ubud (Murni's Restaurant by the bridge), 972146. 8 am - 10 pm. Murni collects things and exhibits abroad. When she looks around her home and finds too many things, she puts them in her shop. Whether you're looking for antiques, collectibles or a special Balinese gift, you'll always find something you love in Murni's collection.
Inside Ubud Market

Inside Ubud Market

Ubud has a vast assortment of art and jewellery shops. Head for boutiques for higher quality (and higher prices), or down to the market for bulk-produced cheapies.

  • Ubud Market, corner of Monkey Forest Rd and Jl. Raya Ubud. A two-story warung of stalls bursting at the seams with wood carvings, batik shirts, sarongs and anything else a tourist could possibly want for souvenirs. The merchants here haggle with tourists for a living and think nothing of asking for ten times the going price, so try to establish a baseline before you go in and buy. Try to avoid busy lunchtimes when the tour bus hordes arrive.

  • Ganesha Bookstore, corner of Post Office street and Jl. Raya Ubud. If you're looking for the best second hand bookstore in Bali you've got to visit this place. Also has a great range of new books on Bali and Indonesi