- Threads of Life Textile Arts Center, Ubud: Beautiful Textiles from all over Indonesia. They practice Fair, a trading partnership, based on dialogue, transparency and respect, that seeks greater equity in international trade. Jalan Kajeng 24 Ubud, Bali, Indonesia Tel: +62-361-972187
- Murni's Shop in Ubud: Murni, my good friend has wonderful handicrafts from all over Indonesia. Her shop is located at her restaurant in Ubud.
- Buddhas and Silks: This is one of my wife's favorite shops. This shop has carved spiritual images, dye and weave textiles, furniture and many other wonderful works of art, in a relaxed and peaceful setting. Jln Raya Pengosekan Ubud - Bali Phone : +62 361 973336
- Moari: in Ubud: New and used Balinese musical instruments. Jalan Raya Ubud 977367
- Nogo Bali: Ikat Center Sanur Beach, Specializes in hand woven textiles from all over Indonesia Jl. Danau Tamblingan No. 104 Sanur - Denpasar 80228
- Biji Living Arts (Textiles) Jl. Bedahulu 6/18 - Denpasar - Bali - Indonesia
- Gallery Macan Tidur Textiles At Puri Muwa Monkey Forest Road 10 Ubud Bali 80361 62 361 977121
- Jenggala: high quality handicrafted ceramics and glassware Jalan Uluwatu II Jimbaran Bali
- Pesamuan Bali Ceramic Tile: Pungutan St 25Sanur Bali 63 381 281440
- Kevalar Ceramic: Jalan Mertasari 21 Suwung Kangin Sidakarya Denpasar 62 36172071
Bali Wood Carving
MAS VILLAGE located just 6 km south of Ubud is famous for woodcarvings. Ida Bagus Anom, on Jl Raya Mas is a friend of mine and a famous mask carver. Anom is fluent in English, regularly hosts workshops and classes on the art of mask making. Visitors regularly frequent his home where he has a woodcarving workshop and also a showroom.
Across the street on JI. Raya Mas, in Mas. is the famous wood carving gallery of on Njana Tilem Gallery, the son of Ida Bagus Tilem, one of Bali's legendary wood carvers. Beautiful but very expensive. Ask to see the private collection.
Other galleries include Baris, Bidadari and Tantra.
Other wood carving villages include: Tegallalang, Pujung, and Sebatu, which is north of Ubud. It is a great area to meet woodcarvers. I would just drive up the road and visit the shops that look interesting to you.