Batik -- a form of wax-resistant fabric dying -- is Indonesia’s most advanced art form and one that predates written records. Traditionally, batik fabrics were sold in lengths long enough to be worn as a sarong, used as an infant sling or draped ... 

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5 star rating: Highly Recommended
March 2014

After seeing Ubud - we wished we had stayed closer. Fascinating city, great tour!

Doing what: Bali Arts and Crafts Tour Including Ubud

4 star rating: Recommended
October 2013

Despite an early start needed to get the internal flight from Bali, this was a a thoroughly enjoyable trip. The guide and driver were both very well informed and spoke excellent English and the drive as well as the sights and temples we visited were very interesting throughout both days. The quality of the hotel provided was also very high

Doing what: 2-Day Java Tour from Bali Including Yogyakarta and Borobudur Temple


3 star rating: Worth doing
August 2014

The tour was lovely and a good start to discovering Bali. Guides were great.
Be warned - you are taken to top end stores and you'll get better deals for the exact same/similar things (except maybe silver) in Legian/Kuta. Lunch was just beautiful.

Doing what: Bali Arts and Crafts Tour Including Ubud

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