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What is Bali Fair Trade?

The key objectives of Fair Trade are toempower low-income balinese artisans and farmers to better their conditions, and to promote understanding between them and people of developed regions through transparency and mutual respect. Fair Trade's rules guarantee a living wage in the local context, offering employees opportunities for advancement, providing equal opportunities for all people, particularly the most disadvantaged, engaging in environmentally sustainable practices, being open to public accountability, building long-term trade relationships, providing healthy and safe working conditions within the local context, providing financial and technical assistance to producers whenever possible. For more info on Fairtrade...


Tegun Galeri – Folkart for Wholesale & Export – 44 Jln Hanoman, Ubud - Bali

Tegun Galeri – Folkart for Wholesale & Export – 44 Jln Hanoman, Ubud

A one of a kind experience in the center of Ubud, Tegun Galeri brings together the concepts of a museum and a shop. The intriguing, ever-changing collection includes everything from primitive carvings to highly refined woodwork, textiles and other crafts.

Tegun Galeri is a certain cure to Bali Fatigue. Tegun, one of Ubud's largest and most varied shops, prides itself on offering to both wholesales and retail customers a starling array of unique Indonesian handicrafts and folk art. The Galeri, on Jalan Hanoman, is notable for its large doors and broads windows, both of each draw Ubud's many strollers into a shop. Once, inside, the knowledgeable staff are close at hand, available to field questions and handle specials requests while, at the same time, letting each shoppers explore the store at this or her own pace. This relaxing, "laid back" environment is a big asset to shoppers, and contrasts with the more hectic atmosphere in other stores on the island.

Meghan Pappenheim and Kadek Gunarta, the owners of Tegun Galeri, travel constantly to distant corners of Indonesia and across South East and East Asia, in search of unusual and beautiful pieces of folk art. Meghan also runs The Yoga Barn© and Kadek create incredible one of a kind teak wood furniture for sale through Dek's Studio. All items at Tegun and Dek's Studio can be purchased retail or for wholesale export from Bali.

For more information see our website: www.tegungaleri.com, email or call us in Bali at +62 361 973361


Dypt – More than Just interiors

Dypt - – More than Just interiors

Known for creating a demand for hand loomed, naturally dyed textiles with a contemporary spin not only keeps the crafts alive, but provides opportunities for well-paid employment for both older & younger generations of artisans in a constantly evolving modern market, Dypt is a lovely little Boutique shop with a purpose.

Located in the center of Ubud, on Jln Goutama, you can walk there from anywhere.

Check out www.dyptemporium.com for more information


Threads of Life Gallery – Sustaining Indonesia's Traditional Textile Arts, Ubud - Bali

Threads of Life Gallery – Sustaining Indonesia's Traditional Textile Arts

Threads of Life sponsors the weaving of handmade ceremonial textiles, dyed with sustainably cultivated natural dyes, and crafted to a standard seen elsewhere only in museums. Threads of Life is a member of the World Fair Trade Organization (www.wfto.org) and works directly with weavers groups across Indonesia creating an inter-island community within which the weavers can express their culture and make a living wage.

Find Threads of Life Gallery and workshops at Jalan Kajeng 24, Ubud

For more information: Tel: +62 361 972187, email or visit our website www.threadsoflife.com

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