Candi Kuning market is a traditional Indonesian market in the area of Bedugul. Bedugul is a small town, high up in the mountainous area of Central Bali, where the mornings are crispier and the evenings can be a little cold.
In Candi Kuning, there are hundreds of stalls run by locals that sell the common things you’d find in a Balinese market. Things such as straw handbags, spices, wooden figurines, and handicrafts. Tropical fruits though are the most popular stands. There are many tropical fruits which you won’t typically find everywhere in the world such as mangosteens, salaks, rambutans, and tamarillos. Strawberries though are the prized produce of Bedugul. Many farms in the area allow you to pick your own at a cost.
Ulun Danu Bratan temple is resting on the water.
Also in the Bratan Region:
Other temples in Bali:
Location of Candikuning Market:
Lonely Planet Indonesia Guide helped me plan around, and it’s got some real good tips on Bali. It’s not too big, so you can fit into your backpack with no problem