Traditional Balinese games belong to the island’s cultural heritage and provide, not only amusement, but also a look at customs, beliefs, lifestyle and the development of Balinese craftsmanship. You can happen upon them in local markets, remaining fascinated and curious, discovering the differences and similarities with other cultures. Thus, the different models of the wood boards of Congklak, a game for both adults and children, a part of ancient history, starting outside of Bali, show the spread of the same game in other countries. On the board are holes and simple unadorned drawings, such as a ship or a dragon, splendidly sculpted and coloured. The typical board is comprised of two rows of holes placed in front of one another with two special “silos” on the both the far left and right. Each player controls the row of holes in front of them and the "silo" to their left, filling it in turns with shells or pebbles. It’s also easy to find a sort of top, the Gangsing which spins thanks to a chord wound around its upper section which is then pulled rapidly. Among the unforgettable objects are the marbles with which children all over the world play. So why not stock up on them?