Where the locals shop and eat
Traditional local night market
Want to eat where the locals eat? Look no further than Sanur’s night market, Pasar Sindhu and discover foodie heaven for less than US$5; a cheap and cheerful Indonesian street food experience. Every night as the sun sets, vendors bring out their food carts with simple Indonesian fare: mie ayam (chicken noodles), nasi campur (mixed rice dishes), lalapan (hot fried chicken) and of course grilled satay.
Day and night
Come here in the morning and you will find a traditional wet market with vendors selling everything from fresh produce to clothing and ceremonial items. The market was recently received a complete make-ove, its design even winning a national award.