Jalan jalan is Bahasa Indonesia for walkabout.
Updated 25 December 2018
“Where are you going?” or “Mau kemana?” in Bali is equivalent to “Hey, what’s up?” And, the common local reply is, “Jalan jalan!”. When you come jalan jalan with me you will:
- Be immersed in everyday Bali.
- Mingle with more authentic people.
- Learn/practice your street photography skills.
And, the best thing of all is you will capture a priceless experience to share with your friends and family. Are you ready for your Pasar Ubud photo tour?
Diane and Bryn from Canada touring the pasar.
Carrying Canang on 35mm film – Pasar Ubud Bali Street Photographer Tours
Stella from LA – testimonial for Bali Street Photographer
A young Jamu (traditional Javanese herbal/medicinal drink) vendor smiles for the camera in Pasar Ubud, Bali.
Light & Shadow at the Pasar.
Photo ©️ Nick Holt from the Bali Street Photographer Tour in Pasar Ubud
Woman through a bemo window – Pasar Ubud Bali Street Photography Tours
Everyday Bali at Pasar Ubud.
Share Love Street Art – Pasar Ubud – Bali Street Photographer
A feast for the eyes.
This market vendor is accompanied by her Bali Dog.
Christine visiting from San Diego USA – Bali Street Photographer Pasar Ubud
Chasing Harsh Morning Light at Pasar Ubud
Early Morning Light
Porters at dawn – Bali Street Photographer – Street Photography Tours in Ubud
The decisive moment.
Pasar Ubud tour with Mat Bell.
Canang (Balinese offerings) and hands at Pasar Ubud by Wiwit Ristu.
Frames and Layers using a phone camera. Bali Street Photographer tour.
Everyday Bali – Pasar Ubud Bali Street Photography Tours
Pulang – time to go home.
Mark captured by Wiwit Ristu.
Pasar street style in Ubud, Bali.
Transition time at the pasar. Bali Street Photographer tour.
Early morning light at the Pasar.
Preparing the materials for banten (offerings) in Pasar Ubud.
Ini Bali // This is Bali
Enjoying a proper espresso drink in the pasar at cafe Downtown Ubud.