Uluwatu Shopping Tours

Shopping in Uluwatu

Markets in Uluwatu are worth exploring for travelers vacationing in Bali. If you are one of them and have a wish to take a piece of Bali with you, then you can pick a thing or two from the infinite number of shops here. The shopping tours in Uluwatu comprise visits to the luxurious fashion brands besides the budget market stalls on Walking Street. You will lose yourself in the streets filled with some of the finest Balinese beauties that you can take back as souvenirs.

To buy hi-end luxury items and to find some exclusive items you can head to Bulgari Boutique. But, if you fancy some street gear then Nirmala Supermarket is the best bet. Explore eye-catching traditional handicraft items at the Bali Collection, and if you’re a ceramic enthusiast, do not miss visiting the Jenggala Keramik. Some of the other shopping places in Uluwatu include the Konderatu gallery where you can shop for artworks and antique artifacts.

Depending on what you have set your heart on, a selection can be made between the clothing and footwear stores of Seminyak, as well as the posh Bulgari boutique Bali. 
To make the most of a multisensory experience shop for apparels, jewelry, clothes, footwear, and surfing gears from Uluwatu, besides trying out the scrumptious Balinese cuisine.

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Which are the Famous Places to Shop in Uluwatu?

Bulgari Boutique: Located within the stylish Bulgari Resort Bali, the boutique is among the most luxurious places for shopping in Uluwatu. Offering collections dedicated to the namesake brand as well as several other high-end luxury brands from Indonesia and abroad, the boutique also has an intriguing selection of limited-edition timepieces, fragrances, jewellery, and intricate batik pieces. 

Location: Bulgari Resort Bali, Jalan Goa Lempeh, Banjar Dinas, Kangin Uluwatu, Pecatu, Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia

Timings: 11:00 AM to 8:30 PM

Distance from Uluwatu: 0 kilometres 

Idle for: Designer wear, jewellery, limited edition timepieces, perfumes, art and crafts.

Jenggala Keramik: Popularly known as Jenggala, the store is highly renowned for its exquisite collection of glass and ceramic tableware. The store, apart from its massive display, also offers hands on ‘paint-a-pot’ experience for adults as well as children. Jenggala also conducts various exhibitions from time to time and caters to many high-end hotels, restaurants, and stores all across the island. 

Location: l. Uluwatu II, Jimbaran, Kec. Kuta Sel., Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia

Timings: 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM

Distance from Uluwatu: 13.4 kilometres

Idle for: Glass and fired-ceramic tableware products

The Bali Collection: An entertainment complex with various stores catering to shopping, dining, and amusement needs for locals as well as travellers in Bali, the Bali Collection is one of the best places to shop in Uluwatu or to have a day out with friends and family. Home to many national and international fashion brands, the Bali Collection has several specialty stores such as Island Jewels, Sankara homeware, and Prada Concept Store.

Location: Komplek ITDC Nusa Dua, Benoa, Kuta Selatan, Benoa, Kec. Kuta Sel., Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80363, Indonesia

Timings: 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM

Distance from Uluwatu: 21.6 kilometres

Idle for: National and International fashion brands, souvenirs, exotic traditional handicraft, jewellery, daily use products and groceries

Konderatu Gallery: Dedicated to the rich history and culture of Indonesia, Konderatu gallery offers a vast showcase of antique artefacts and artworks. Comprising a range of art galleries, a beach club, suites, and a restaurant, Konderatu Gallery is the perfect place to be on a lazy afternoon. 

Location: Jl. Uluwatu II No.101 X, Jimbaran, Kec. Kuta Sel., Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80364, Indonesia

Timings: 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM

Distance from Uluwatu: 15.6 kilometres

Idle for: Antiques such as masks, traditional musical instruments, carvings, heritage textiles

Naka Contemporary Art: Established as a means to encourage and empower national and international artists, the gallery offers a chance for visitors to witness various forms of contemporary art, including but not limited to music, paintings, designs, as well as films. Most of the works on display are available for purchase. The store offers shipping facilities to anywhere in the world. 

Location: Jl. Kunti No. 6 Seminyak Kuta Badung Bali, Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia

Timings: 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM, closed on Sunday

Distance from Uluwatu: 26.0 kilometres

Idle for: Artworks

Nusa Surf Wear:  The perfect place for shopping in Uluwatu for all things surfing, Nusa SurfWear provides an interesting collection of boards and surfing accessories as well as activewear for both men and women. They are well-recognized in the area for their unique and authentic designs. This is also a good place to shop for surf books, fins, paintings, as well as beach shoes.

Location: Ungasan, South Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali 80361, Indonesia

Timings: 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM

Distance from Uluwatu: 7.7 kilometres

Idle for: surfboards, surfing gears and accessories, activewear

Sindhu Market: Set in the heart of Sanur Local Village, Sindhu Market is the go-to place for Uluwatu shopping. For long term travellers as well as locals, the market offers a wide range of daily use products, fresh fruits and vegetables, as well as many shops selling traditional textiles. Strolling around the 150-something stalls at the market, it offers a true insight into the local lifestyle.

Location: Jalan Pungutan No.2, Sanur, Denpasar Selatan, Kota Denpasar, Bali 80228, Indonesia

Timings: 5:00 AM to 11:00 PM

Distance from Uluwatu: 32.4 kilometres

Idle for: Fresh fruits and vegetables, traditional textiles, household items

Black market board bag market: Dedicated to bringing you the best and the most gorgeous bags and covers for your surfboards, Black Market Board Bag Market offers a range of normal as well as customized bag covers for your surfboards. 

Location: Jl. Uluwatu Pecatu, Badung, Pecatu, Kec. Kuta Sel., Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia

Timings: 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM

Distance from Uluwatu: 5.8 kilometres

Idle for: Boardbags

Which are the famous food markets in Uluwatu?

El Merkat Bali: Drawing inspiration from Spain’s ‘El Mercat de la Boqueria’, a market focusing on supreme-quality fresh and local produce, El Mercat Bali is the perfect pitstop for health-conscious fitness enthusiasts. Offering a wide range of breakfast, lunch, and dinner menu specials, the restaurant combines the goodness of their culinary philosophy with the hospitality of Bali to give their visitors an ultimate experience. 

Location: Uluwatu St No.Km.9, Ungasan, South Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali 80361, Indonesia

Timings: 7:00 AM to 11:00 PM

Distance from Seminyak: 18.5 kilometres

Idle for: Healthy breakfast, lunch, and dinner 

Nirmala Supermarket: A local supermarket chain in Bali, Nirmala Supermarket is the place for budget shopping in Uluwatu. This is where you can find some of the best local food and general products. You can shop for fresh and local food ingredients or try Balinese food at one of the many local food stalls and shops around the supermarket. 

Location: Uluwatu St, Ungasan, South Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali 80361, Indonesia

Timings: 7:00 AM to 10:00 PM

Distance from Seminyak: 17.2 kilometres

Idle for: Local products, groceries, budget shopping for souvenirs and clothes

Pepito Market Uluwatu:  One of the best places to shop in Uluwatu for food, Pepito Market is a pioneering budget shopping and a local eating joint in the area which is famous with locals as well as visitors. Here, you can buy the finest quality items at heavily discounted rates. At the same time, the market has a number of dining options where you can go for your daily fix of delicious local cuisine.

Location: Uluwatu St, Ungasan, South Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali 80361, Indonesia

Timings: 7:00 AM to 11:00 AM

Distance from Seminyak: 16.1 kilometres

Idle for: discounted products, local products, Balinese food

Is Uluwatu good for shopping?

Though Uluwatu is mainly known for its picturesque temples and wilderness, it is one of the best places to shop for exclusive antiques and handmade products.

Because of its popularity among surfers, there are also plenty of shops catering to gears for surfing, including surfboards, fins, wax, and surfing apparels.

Which things are worth buying in Uluwatu?

Shopping in Uluwatu is a very joyous experience. The place is famous for a lot of things, but you cannot leave here without the following items:

Crafts at Bulgari Boutique – Situated within the Bulgari Resort, the shop houses a wide range of designer products from various fashion brands around the world. However, the best items to buy here are the selected craft items from Bali and around. 

Activewear at Nusa Surf Shop Ungasan – If you are a fitness enthusiast, a visit to Nusa Surf Shop Ungasan is certain to delight your heart. Here, you can shop for board shorts, wax, beach shorts, tank tops, and much more.

Balinese food at Sanur Night Market – One of the most famous markets in the area, Sanur Night Market is an amazing place to shop for local food items, daily use products, and try authentic Balinese dishes. 

Sunday Market Shopping – Also known as the Love Anchor Market, the Sunday Market is a paradise for shoppers. You can find almost everything here, including but not limited to clothes, accessories, footwear, jewellery, souvenirs, and handicraft items. 

Clothing and Footwear at Seminyak – Mostly famous for its exquisite range of dining options, Seminyak is a great spot for buying clothes and footwear. In fact, Seminyak is known to have some of the best fashion stores in Bali.

What is the main shopping street in Uluwatu?

There are several popular places to shop in Uluwatu, but the most famous of all are the shopping streets of Kuta and Seminyak. While Kuta shopping streets are famous for a diversity of budget products and are mainly suited for backpackers and budget travellers, Seminyak houses some of the most fashionable brands from around the world.

Strolling through the Walking Street in Kuta, you will notice an array of stalls selling souvenirs, clothes, handmade items, and much more. Seminyak is also famous for its clothes and footwear, however, the place is more about high-end stores than the makeshift stalls.

Is Uluwatu expensive for shopping?

Uluwatu shopping is ideal for everyone in the sense that it offers a combination of luxury stores as well as budget shopping options.

On one hand, you have superb stores such as Bulgari Boutique which deals in luxury fashion brands from all around the world, and on the other, you have places such as Nirmala Supermarket, which is a one-stop-shop for all your budget shopping needs, including but not limited to daily use products, groceries, clothes, and souvenirs.

Are there any restrictions to buy alcohol in Uluwatu?

There are no restrictions on buying alcohol in Uluwatu, but if you are planning on visiting any of the famous temples, do not be under alcohol influence nor carry alcohol with you as it may be considered as disrespectful to their religion and culture.

Keep in mind that though Bali is an island destination, it is still majorly a Hindu region and has certain rules and regulations about alcohol and religious areas.

Do People in markets speak English?

English is the third most popular language in Bali, after Indonesian and Balinese. Due to it being a major tourist destination for travellers from around the globe, most Balinese people have a usable knowledge of the language.

Similarly, shopkeepers and store owners are able to communicate with you in English, should you require clarification on a purchase.

Apart from shopping what can we do in Uluwatu?

Enjoy sunset and Kecak dance at Uluwatu Luhur temple: If you are tired of your Uluwatu shopping and wish to spend an evening enjoying the cultural and tranquillity of the area, experiencing a tour of the marvellous Uluwatu temple is perhaps the best plan. Stroll through the temple set on a cliff that offers you unprecedented views of the surrounding sea before you set out to witness a traditional Kecak dance performance and a striking sunset. Wrap your perfect evening with a lavish dinner in Jimbaran, a place made popular by its plethora of fine-dining facilities. 

Location: Pecatu, South Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali, Indonesia

Timings: 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM

Distance from Uluwatu: 0 kilometres

- Sunday Night Party at Single Fin Bali: Shopping in Uluwatu can be an extremely thrilling experience but it is certainly going to leave you overwhelmed. To take a break and do something more relaxed instead, head over to the happening Single Fin Bali club. A panoramic surf bar and beach club with some of the most spectacular views, the club is known among the hippest cliff-top avenues for an exhilarating Sunday night party. Groove to the tunes of celebrity DJs and relish on an extensive list of food and beverages menu to replenish yourself in between. 

Location: Pantai Suluban, Jl. Labuan Sait, Pecatu, Uluwatu, Kuta Selatan, Pecatu, Kec. Kuta Sel., Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia

Timings: Monday-Tuesday 8:00 AM to 11:00 PM, Wednesday- 8:00 AM to 1:00 AM, Thursday 8:00 AM to 11:00 PM, Friday-Saturday 8:00 AM to Midnight & Sunday 8:00 AM to 1:00 AM

Distance from Uluwatu: 2.5 kilometres

Remedial Deep Tissue Massage: Experience relaxation like never before at one of the best massage centres in Bali, The BodyWise. Offering varied services like acupuncture, dry needling, yoga, sports massage - this place is a comprehensive care centre that will unknot all your muscles and help you feel rejuvenated and relaxed. Make sure you try the deep tissue massage Bali is so famous for. The experience will melt away all your worries and destress your mind. The experienced therapists have knowledge of Western medicine as well as traditional Balinese methods to take care of your mind and body. 

Location: BodyWise Bali Therapy Center, 333 Jl. Sunset Road, Seminyak

Timings: 8 am to 7 pm

Distance from Uluwatu: 26.2 km

Mark Your Footprints on the Nyang Nyang Beach: Highly underrated and unexplored, Nyang Nyang Beach is among the least-populated beaches in Bali. Blessed with a pristine 1.5 kilometres of white sands, the beach is known for its surrounding cliffs and trekking trails along lush green pathways. You will be amazed to spot a lone shipwreck near the eastern half of the beach. It is also a great spot for campers as the area offers required solidarity and serenity and is far away from the usual hoard of tourists. 

Location: Bukit Peninsula, South of Bali

Timings: Anytime

Distance from Uluwatu: 3.7 kilometres

Explore the Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park: Known for its massive 21-storey tall monument dedicated to Hindu mythology’s legendary bird Garuda, Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park is a perfect place to spend an entire day with family. Visitors at the park can enjoy one of the seven traditional dance performances or watch a 35-minute animated movie, Garuda Cilik Adventure for absolutely no cost. Alternatively, you can hop on one of the government-operated shuttle services that will take you around the expansive 60-hectare park area. There are several inscriptions, engravings, and murals depicting the history behind the park and the legendary bird. 

Location: Jl. Raya Uluwatu, Ungasan, Kuta Sel., Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80364, Indonesia

Timings: 8:00 AM to 9:00 PM

Distance from Uluwatu: 11.0 kilometres

Which are the best places to shop in Uluwatu?

1. Bvlgari Boutique Bali: Located within Bali’s Bvlgari Resort, the Bvlgari Boutique is the one of the first and foremost Bvlgari shopping places in Uluwatu. It features a lavish collection of silk shorts, accessories, hats, fragrances, and jewelry.

This sophisticated store caters to the surrounding luxury villas' and resorts’ discerning clientele. You can fill your bags with some of the best designer pieces that include hand-woven textiles, carvings, jewelry and ceramic wear. Some of the other special items that you can buy here include the craft pieces that are sourced from in and around Bali.

- Location: Banjar Dinas Kangin, Jl. Goa Lempeh Uluwatu Bali, Pecatu, Kec. Kuta Sel., Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80364, Indonesia
- Timings: 11.00am to 8.30pm

2. Nusa Surf Shop Ungasan: If you are a beach baby then one of the most happening shopping places in Uluwatu has to be the Nusa surf shop for you. This lovely store boasts myriad kinds of tropically-inspired beachwear, bikinis and board shorts besides beachwear tailored from natural fabrics. When you are here do not miss out on shopping for ikat and Indonesian Batik textiles.

But, if your heart beats for all things surfing then you can also shop for surfboards, rash guards, fins, and other surf-related items besides paintings. Nusa Surf Shop Ungasan also specializes in accessories and a wide selection of resplendent apparel in the form of unique activewear like- tee shirts, tank tops, boardshorts and beach shoes.

- Location: Main street of Jalan Raya Uluwatu
- Timings: 7.00am to 10.00pm

3. Nirmala Supermarket Ungasan: If you are conducting back to back shopping tours in Uluwatu but have missed out on shopping for fresh veggies and fruits then Nirmala Supermarket Ungasan can be the perfect place to be at. This supermarket has an incredible collection of different kinds of products.

From stylish accessories to fashion items and common groceries, you get everything under one roof. When here, stock up on apparel, toiletries, groceries and other items that you may need during your holiday.

- Location: Uluwatu St, Ungasan, South Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali 80361, Indonesia
- Timings: 7.00am to 10.00pm

4. Jimbaran Corner: As a part of your shopping tours in Uluwatu, do not miss out on visiting the Jimbaran Corner as this shopping hub lets you indulge in some serious shopping. Here you can shop for jewelry, and stylish items from the wide array of accessories and fashion boutiques, myriad lifestyle stores and spa stalls.

All you have to do is hop on a scooter or board a taxi to reach near the Jimbaran Village Housing and just next to it you will find the massive Jimbaran Corner selling fabulous batik items, trendy beachwear, and genuine sea pearls.

- Location: Uluwatu St A No.15, Jimbaran, South Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali 80361, Indonesia
- Timings: 10.00am to 10.00pm; Saturday and Sunday – 10.00am to 11.00pm

Which are the best things to shop in Uluwatu?

1. Jewelry: When out and about enjoying shopping tours in Uluwatu, you must get hold of classic silver jewelry that is available in Uluwatu. You will love the traditional tribal Balinese designs on the metal, all thanks to the tremendously talented goldsmiths and blacksmiths that intricately design jewelry. You must also shop for genuine sea pearl jewelry that is available in stores like Jimbaran Corner.

2. Fragrances: Regardless of the times you visit Bali, one of the items that you must stock up on from the markets in Uluwatu, are the fragrances. Get hold of the floral-scented perfumes, roll-ons, incense sticks and other beauty products like hair care or skin care creams that comprise lush organic essential oils.

3. Clothes: For people that fancy clothing accessories and threads, they can get hold of the most classic boho-style and colorfully printed textiles from the markets in Uluwatu. The hand woven batiks and ikats are a must buy here.

4. Handicrafts: When strolling along the markets in Uluwatu, do shop for the timeless handicrafts as Bali is totally worth the hype when it comes to crafts and arts. You can get everything from handmade terracotta to vintage furniture here.

5. Beachwear/ streetwear: When in the markets in Uluwatu, why not shop for some beachwear. You will be bowled over by the stylish kimonos, designer shoes, colorful sarongs and trendy tops that are on display here.

Is Uluwatu good for clothes shopping?

Yes, Uluwatu is incredible for clothes shopping. You can get hold of inexpensive casual clothing like tee shirts, kimonos and sarongs from the markets in Uluwatu. Other than the casual beachwear you can also shop for dreamy summer dresses and embellished shorts that look voguish.

Are there night markets in Uluwatu?

Yes, there is the Sanur Night Market in Uluwatu that meets the needs of most shoppers. By 6PM every night, you can get all kinds of ritual, grocery and daily use items. Sanur Night market is a stunning place for the budget travelers. Besides, you can also try the sumptuous food from the stalls here at a reasonable price.

Is Uluwatu worth visiting?

Yes, Uluwatu is worth visiting for reasons galore. There is so much more about Uluwatu than meets the eye as while on the hand you can experience spiritual magic at the Uluwatu Temple, you never get tired of the celebrations here that happen all year round.

You can revel in the purely romantic escape it provides while being spellbound by the subliminal views of the sunset and sunrise on the beach. The place is not just a haven for surfers who love to ride the exhilarating waves but also a haven for the foodies as they get to sample traditional dishes like Mie Goreng and Gado Gado. 

What is the best time to shop in Uluwatu?

The best time to shop in Uluwatu is during the day (9 AM – 5PM) as you get to shop for all things fresh and see items in broad daylight before purchase. You can shop for clothes, fresh veggies, fruits and even shows from both the various street-style shops and hi-end shopping hubs.

How to reach Uluwatu?

By Air: Take an Indonesia bound flight from your country to reach the Bali Airport. You can reach different parts of the island on the basis of your choice by hiring cabs, buses or scooters. There are various options available for travelling so you don't need to worry about anything. 

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