Photo: Fish for dinner?

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Photo essay: A walk through Jimbaran fish market

There’s more than meets the eye to consider when you go for a stroll through Jimbaran‘s fish market. Yes, it’s a stunning sight as traditional boats, or jukung, bring their catches to shore in the lemon-yellow morning ... Read more about Photo essay: A walk through Jimbaran fish market .

Paint a Pot at Jenggala Keramik
Jalan Uluwatu II, Jimbaran
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I often complain about the lack of things to do in Bali with toddlers. Jenggala paint a pot in Jimbaran won’t really help you with a two-year-old (that’s what Jari Menari is for…) but I’ve taken a three-year-old there with great success. Added bonus: the excellent coffee and cake at the cafe, and the ceramics shopping (though pricey) at the adjoining ... Read more about Paint a Pot at Jenggala Keramik .

Jimbaran Beach

Best known for its sunsets and seafood barbecues, Jimbaran offers a great option for families with young kids looking for calmer waters than what you’ll find in much of South ... Read more about Jimbaran Beach .

Fish market

Many of the fish are brightly coloured and are similar to the ones you might see if snorkelling some of Bali’s reefs -- it’s hard not to wonder about the sustainability of these fishing practices and we’ve heard from some Bali chefs who have commented that the selection of fish available has dropped off over the years. The best time to visit the market is in the morning when all the stalls ... Read more about Fish market .

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