People who visit Bali’s Ubud area for the first time often come in picturing a place filled with yogis, sawah, and waterfalls.
But Ubud truly got a little bit of everything — from cool artisanal craft shops and eco-chic resorts to ultra-romantic restaurants for great dates.
Central Ubud sees a bit more traffic and tour groups than usual, but this activity is mostly concentrated at the intersection where Ubud Palace and Ubud market meet.
Saraswati Papers offers a wide range of eco-friendly paper and paper products.
A few seconds is all it takes to fall in love with the products at Saraswati Papers, which offers a bunch of eco-friendly paper products, from notebooks to greeting cards with creative and traditional options to suit your preferences.
Incorporating artistic hand-made recycled papers with other renewable and locally source materials.
They handcraft contemporary and uniquely designed products for your conscientious choice.
Over fifteen years experience in reliable manufacture means that they can offer personalized service on an extensive range of earth-friendly products crafted in their village workshop in Bali ideal for retail, wholesale and corporate merchandise.
Is it a greeting card featuring Balinese dancers?
Or a journal featuring Balinese Temple Fabrics?
These are for you to discover yourself!
These designs are presented on recycled papers and colored using natural dyes taken from different materials, such as roots, and textured with fibers, such as bamboo and flower petals.
The brand itself has been around since 1995 and is handcrafted on the island.
Saraswati Papers at Flagship Store Kado
Terletak : Jalan Dewisita (corner of Goutama), Ubud, Gianyar.