Every visit to a fish market in Indonesia can be an unforgettable experience. Not only for the smell and frantic activities around the market, but also because it’s a mirror on the aquatic life of the archipelago, even for people used to only seeing fish served on a plate. Close to the touristic area of Jimbaran, local buyers flock to the market for the freshest seafood in the area. The market is “structured” in three main parts: a wholesale area, a public sale area and an area with some local fishermen selling their products directly on the beach. If you arrive early enough (normally around 6 am) you will have the possibility to observe traditional Jukung (the double outrigger traditional Balinese canoe) coming back to shore after a night spent at sea.
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