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