The drapes for cover in the changing room was very open, it will never close properly so everyone can see thru you!
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Stopped off here on the way to Ubud, as I think is the case with most visitors; go out on a day trip and your driver suggests a visit. Nothing wrong with that, as long as the other 'factories' get their fair share too. It...More
Batic factory visit can be included in your regular itinerary towards your Ubud visit. You can purchase their authentic Batic products at some higher rates then market otherwise watch the manufacturing process, use their clean rest room inside and travel onwards.
Loved learning about batik and weaving. It was more fun seeing the ladies in action while they were creating such beautiful pieces. This store has a collection of better higher quality items than the cheaper touristy stuff you will find at the markets. We found...More
Very informative and interesting to see what hard work goes into the real thing. However, the patterns seem to all be the same and gets quite boring....I guess it depends on what your style is. The ties for men are real nice. Prices are OK,...More
We had the opportunity to watch women weaving fabric and painting designs onto fabric, which was interesting. There is a large range of batik items to purchase in the showroom.
We stopped here our way to Ubud. We each purchased a few items. We both had a feeing we paid to much. We checked our purchases when we got to the hotel that night.We both found that they had added a scarf to each of...More