Shopping In Bali - Where To Shop And What To Buy
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Gianyar Night Market, Garlic Lane, Sanur Night Market, Taman Sari Market, Pasar Sindhu,  Kereneng Night Market, Ubud Art Market, Visit Sukawati Art Market, Kumbasari Art Market, Kuta Art Market, Tegallalang Handicraft Centre and many more

Shopping in Bali is every shopping-lovers dream; from the many colourful bazaars to weekend markets and upscale malls, Bali has everything. You can take a piece of Bali back home with you when you shop at one of the many
shopping markets in Bali which are spread throughout the place.

There is a place to shop for everyone, no matter the budget. Markets like Sanur Night Market, Badung Market, etc. offer many cheap shopping options.Bali shopping markets will not disappoint you, no matter what time of the day or week you choose. There are special
night markets in Bali like Gianyar Night Market and Garlic Lane which is open till late or the Badung Market which is open 24 hours a day.

You can also attend some fun weekend markets like Samadi Sunday Market or Sanur Sunday Market if you feel like spending your weekend shopping. With a huge variety of shopping options, Bali calls for a separate vacation just to explore the many options.
Latest Information on Travelling to BALI?

Entry in Bali only possible with a travel bubble/travel corridor scheme. The agreement which states that Bali will be open for Indians states that it will only happen with the use of a travel bubble scheme. In this scheme, people will get their RT-PCR testes done as a group, will travel together as a group in a chartered plane, will tour as a group, and will stay out of contact with the outer world. They will also stay as well as leave together thus ensuring that they do not contract Covid to themselves or others.

  • A negative PCR test and health certificates are mandatory for all travellers.
  • Shopping for essentials and necessities is allowed.
  • The guidelines for social distancing are to be followed strictly by citizens and visitors.
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  • In case of COVID-19 symptoms, a14-day government quarantine will be applicable for returning citizens. If no symptoms are detected a 14-day self-quarantine is recommended.

International flights to Bali are currently restricted.

Local Transport

Public transport options such are open for local movement.

Bali is gradually opening for local tourism. International visitors might be allowed from the month of September. Thrillophilia recommends you to follow all precautionary measures and guidelines issued by the government of Bali and practice personal hygiene to stay safe while travelling.

A new scheme of travelling - "The Travel Bubble" introduced Updated: 21 Jun 2021

The agreement which states that Bali will be open for Indians states that it will only happen with the use of a travel bubble scheme. In this scheme, people will get their RT-PCR testes done as a group, will travel together as a group in a chartered plane, will tour as a group, and will stay out of contact with the outer world. They will also stay as well as leave together thus ensuring that they do not contract Covid to themselves or others.

Bali might open for Indian tourists with a travel bubble agreement Updated: 21 Jun 2021

Foreign tourists might be able to visit Bali again as soon as June under a travel corridor program

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Domestic tourism in Bali has been allowed Updated: 04 Sep 2020

Domestic tourism has started in Bali, allowing travellers from other islands in Indonesia to visit the place. All domestic flight requirements are still active for visitors.

Night Shopping Markets in Bali


Gianyar Night Market

When looking for the best shopping places in Bali, Gianyar Night Market definitely makes it to the list. Situated on the southern tip of Jalan Ngurah Rai strip, this market is a colourful thoroughfare which attracts visitors throughout the week.

When at the market, you can sample Bali’s favourite dish Babi Guling, try some roast chicken or enjoy Bakso (meatball soup), the food options are many. Apart from food, you can buy toys, jewellery, DIY household tools, clothes and pirated DVDs amongst other wares. The locals also call the market by the name Pasar Malam Gianyar.

Jalan Ngurah Rai, Gianyar, Bali 80511, Indonesia

Daily: 3:00 PM - 12:00 AM

Famous for: 
Food and snacks; like Babi Guling, palm sugar-filled Klepon, Nasi Jingo, etc.

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Garlic Lane

Garlic Lane was named after a restaurant of the same name located on a narrow side street. The market stretches on a 200-metre long path where you can find a variety of goods; including art shops, DVD stores, fashion boutiques and woodcarving parlours among other things.

The street is easily navigable and away from the main road, meaning that you can shop to your heart’s content without encountering flocks of people. It is also said that you can avail better bargains at Garlic Lane than some of its better-known counterparts.

Jalan Sahadewa No.11, Legian, Kuta, Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia

Daily: 8:00 AM - 9:00 PM

Famous for:
Woodcarving parlours, fashion boutiques, art shops, DVD stores, etc. 

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Sanur Night Market

Sindhu market which is frequented by the local residents of Sanur transforms into the Sanur Night Market around sundown. Local food stalls are put up and meals on wheels start rolling in. Locals and tourists; especially budget travellers, flock to the market to enjoy some hearty Balinese meals.

When at the market, you can enjoy fried rice, lamb satay, grilled chicken and a lot of other local dishes at cheap prices. The market has its own parking area and allows plenty of space to move around, for a pleasant shopping experience.

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

Daily: 5:00 AM - 11:00 PM

Famous for: 
Balinese street food like fried rice, lamb satay, grilled chicken, etc.

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Taman Sari Market

Taman Sari Market is a traditional Bali shopping market in the Seminyak area. It is one of the very few markets of its kind in the area and offers fresh tropical fruits at low prices. It is easily accessible from the region’s many resorts and villas and thus a popular stopover for travellers.

During the morning, you can buy mangoes, bananas and mangosteen from the market and after sundown, you can enjoy delicious street food like Bakso (meatball soup), grilled satay, and rice porridge. 

Jalan Tangkuban Perahu No.1, Kerobokan Kelod, Kuta Utara, Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia

Daily: 5:00 AM - 12:00 AM

Famous for:
Tropical fresh fruits, street foods like Bakso, grilled, satay, rice porridge, etc. 

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Pasar Sindhu

Shopping in Bali is incomplete without a visit to one of its traditional markets. Pasar Sindhu Night Market or as the locals call it, Pasar Traditional Desa Sanur is a market you must visit if you are looking for an authentic but more organised affair.

With around 150 stalls lining ceramic-tiled lanes, the market is cleaner and more modernised than its peers, allowing you to have a comfortable shopping experience. When at the market, you can shop for fresh vegetables, fruits and spices. You can also find stalls selling household tools and traditional textiles. By 6 PM, several warungs or small food stalls start popping up, selling delicious local food like Nasi Campur (mixed rice), Bakso, Nasi Goreng (fried rice), refreshments and more.

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

Daily: 5 AM - 11 PM

Famous for: 
Fresh fruits, vegetables, spices, street food, etc.

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Kereneng Night Market

Like many other shopping places in Bali, Kereneng Night Market also offers some delicious food and a wide variety of other goods but what sets the market apart is its sheer size. The Pasar Kereneng Night Market along with the nearby Asoka Market are referred collectively as Pasar Kereneng and form one of the city’s largest shopping spaces.

There are over 1,000 vendors who sell everything from street food to batik cloth, traditional kitchen utensils, farming tools, and groceries. The food offered here includes the famous Nasi Babi Guling and several dishes from the Javanese cuisine.

Jalan Rijasa, Dangin Puri Kangin, Denpasar Utara, Kota Denpasar, Bali 80236, Indonesia

Daily: 5:00 PM - 12:00 AM

Famous for:  
Balinese and Javanese food, traditional cooking utensils, Batik cloth, etc. 

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Art Shopping Markets in Bali


Ubud Art Market

The Ubud Art Market, locally referred to as 'Pasar Seni Ubud' is located opposite the thePuriSaren Royal Ubud Palace You will find this vibrant ethnic market open daily. Here you can find beautiful silk scarves, lightweight shirts, handmade woven bags, baskets or hats, statues, kites and many other hand-crafted goods. Most of the goods found at the Ubud Market are made in the neighbouring villages of Pengosekan, Tegallalang, Payangan, and Peliatan.

The location of the Ubud Art Market which is centred among the art producing villages, and being just opposite the royal palace which is a centre point to Ubud itself, make it a strategic shopping place for Balinese handicrafts and souvenirs.This market is must-visit destination especially if you’re going to pick up authentic Balinese souvenirs.

Location: Jalan Raya Ubud main road, opposite the Puri Saren Ubud palace.

Timings: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Famous For: Cheap Art Pieces & Soverneirs.

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Shop at Sukawati Art Market

If you are looking for a souvenir of your journey to Bali, Sukawati Art Market is the place for you. It is one of the most distinctive markets in Bali where you can find some of the unique and authentic Balinese artworks. This two-story market offers a range of handicrafts, sculptures, paintings, artworks and other items crafted by the hands of skilled workers. The market is always busy with tourists and locals alike.

You can find colourful fabric and clothing on different stalls on the ground floor. You can buy beautiful paintings and artworks, figurines of birds, animals and famous people, handmade decorative items and aromatherapy incenses and candles and several other items at a bargain price.

Location: The Sukawati Art Market is located pretty near to Batubulan’s performing art centres along the Jalan Raya Sukawati main road. It is twenty kilometres away from Denpasar.

Timings: 6 AM to 6 PM

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Kumbasari Art Market

This iconic Bali shopping market is one of Denpasar’s main attractions. Situated near the Badung River, the market is mostly known for selling various local art and craft goods. The local art-producing communities like Ubud and central Bali highlands bring their wares to sell in the market.

Additionally, it also has galleries where painters and craftsmen work and showcase their work. This huge market is home to around 1,000 stalls and over 200 kiosks. You can haggle your way into some enviable bargains and take home silverware, sculptures, Balinese batiks and paintings among other things.

Jalan Gajah Mada, Pemecutan, Denpasar, Bali 80111, Indonesia

Daily: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Famous for: 
Arts and crafts like silverware, paintings, sculptures, batik cloth, etc. 

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Kuta Art Market

Kuta Art Market is situated on the beachside and can be best described as a compact bazaar-like complex. The place is made up of six main shophouses and several tall buildings that house different stalls.

When at the market, you can buy a variety of souvenirs, ranging from fridge magnets, keychains, beer holders, placemats, faux leather shoes and accessories, colourful sarongs, t-shirts and loose fabric. Not only local souvenirs, you can also shop international brands like Quiksilver, Billabong, Rip Curl and more from the north end of the art market.

Jl. Kuta Art Market, Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia

Daily: 8:00 AM - 10:00 PM

Famous for: 
Souvenirs like fridge magnets, keychains, t-shirts, sarongs, faux leather footwear, etc. 

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Tegallalang Handicraft Centre

Located in the Tegallalang district, Tegallalang handicraft centre is a popular Bali shopping market known for its variety of arts and crafts supplies. The art in this largely agriculture-based area comes from the several cottage industries found in the area.

These small industries not only export handicraft and furniture goods produced in the area to different parts of the country but also the world. The drive along the Tegallalang route will take you past hundreds of art shops where you can stop for shopping or just take some colourful pictures with the green rice terraces as the backdrop. You can buy jewellery, Balinese curios, paintings, furniture, coconut leaf hats and much more.

Jalan Raya Tegallalang, Tegallalang, North of Ubud

Daily: 8:00 AM - 10:00 PM

Famous for: 
Furniture, paintings, Balinese curious, jewellery, hats, handicraft, etc.

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Guwang Art Market

Guwang Art Market is the lesser-known the counterpart of its neighbour Pasar Seni Sukawati and is an excellent option if you want to escape the crowds of Sukawati. When shopping in Bali for art decor and handicrafts, the village of Guwang is a must stop for its many art shops and galleries.

The market is divided into three blocks, selling wooden carved items, souvenirs, textiles and more. There are plenty of covered sitting areas with plenty of foliage for you to enjoy a quick break from your shopping.

Banjar Cemenggaon, Desa Guwang, Sukawati, Gianyar

Daily: 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM

Famous for: 
Local handicrafts, carved wooden items, souvenirs, textiles with motifs, sarongs, etc. 

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Street Shopping Markets in Bali


Celuk Village

Lying approximately 4kms southwest of the Sukawati District is the village of Celuk which is a major hub of goldsmiths and silversmiths of Bali. The main road of the village is lined with workshops and galleries where you can spot some real pieces of art and artisans and craftsmen hard at work.

You can buy some elaborate pieces of silver and gold with unique designs made by people who have been in the business for generations. You can buy jewellery and souvenirs and also visit the galleries and workshops to watch the showcased pieces. At the market, you can get rings, bracelets, necklaces, earrings, broaches, elephant motif spoons, floral design-rich forks, plates, trays, etc.

Jalan Raya Celuk, Sukawati, Gianyar

Daily: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Famous for: 
Gold and silver jewellery, cutlery, souvenirs, etc.

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Monkey Forest Road

The route passing the famous sacred sanctuary home of the grey long-tailed macaques is what has been named “Monkey Forest Road”.From where Monkey Forest Road starts, rows of shops, boutiques and outlets throng its sides together with many guesthouses and hotels, restaurants and small day spas. Only a short distance further down, the forest sanctuary is located.

Along Ubud Monkey Forest Road, there are numerous amounts of shops, some with clear signposts and some bearing only obscure objects and curios from behind single-glass displays. Most are art shops with selections of assorted handicrafts, antiques and alluring textiles from the authentic Balinese culture and tradition. 
Fashion, from men’s and women’s to children’s wear can be found here. Along with international brands such as Ralph Lauren and Billabong.

Location: Ubud Monkey Forest, Padangtegal Village, south of the main Ubud centre.

Timings: All Shops Close at Different Time

Famous For: Women's Clothing & Other Clothing Options

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Kuta Square

KutaSquare is like the Times Square of Bali, a delightful and abundant shopping arcade with lines of stores, cafés and throngs of tourists filling the streets. This two-way avenue is flanked by rows of fashion outlets, hypermarkets, departmental stores, and plenty of dining options.

You will come across surf retail outlets and top ranging sports brands as well as famous name brands. Designer items such as Armani, Gucci, Versace and Donna Karan New York highlight the street sides with posters and mannequins in glass displays. Local quality brands such as Animale, Milo’s and Body & Soul can also be found here. Local jewellers such as Suarti and high-end batik outlets also offer unique items to visitors.

: JalanBakung Sari, Kuta

: 8:00 AM to 10:00 PM

Famous For: Branded Items & Expensive Shopping 

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Kutabex Market

The Kutabex Market has been named after a hotel of the same name located in the market area. You can find this street market near Kuta beach and offers one of the most unique experiences while shopping in Bali.

The street market offers some real bargains on artwork and handicrafts done by local craftsmen where you can browse through the several shops to choose the right souvenir. The street market is made up of several small kiosks set up in a semi-open complex which also offers free wifi as you shop.

Jalan Pantai Kuta, no 9, Badung, Bali, Kuta, Kota Denpasar, Bali 80361, Indonesia

Daily: 8:00 AM - 11:00 PM

Famous for:  
Local handicrafts, artwork pieces, etc.

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The Flea Market Seminyak

The flea market at Seminyak is the right place for you if you are looking for a more relaxed atmosphere as you shop. Located near the end of Jalan Oberoi, this flea market opens 7 days a week and for the most part of the day and at night.

Surrounded by little upmarket hotels and resorts, this flea market offers a range of clothes shopping options including t-shirts, dresses, bikinis, sunglasses, leather handbags, homeware and handicrafts. You can also stop by for a little break from your shopping at the many restaurants and bars.

There are also some classy shops with great fashion and homewares. Check out Sunbebek at Jln Seminyak 6 for hand-woven cotton designs made into cushions, drapes, bedspreads and handbags.

Kayu Aya Square Oberoi, Jl. Kayu Aya, Seminyak, Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali, Indonesia

Daily: 9:00 AM - 6:30 PM

Famous for: 
Apparel, homeware, arts and crafts, etc.

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Badung Market

If you are looking for the biggest shopping places in Bali, then you have arrived at the right place. Known as Pasar Badung in the local tongue, this market is considered the largest traditional market in entire Bali.

Not only is it the main source of fresh produce for the locals but also sells a variety of other goods including fabrics, household items, kitchen utensils and farming tools. Bargaining is the norm at this market and you can get your fruits, veggies or fabric for much cheaper than other markets if you are willing to haggle.

Dangin Puri Kangin, Jl. Sulawesi No.1, Dauh Puri Kangin, Kec. Denpasar Bar., Kota Denpasar, Bali 80233, Indonesia

Daily: 24 hours a day

Famous for: 
Fresh fruit, veggies, spices, household goods, fabrics, farming tools, etc.

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Weekend Shopping Markets in Bali


Sunday Market Sanur

Sunday Market Sanur, as the name suggests, is put up every Sunday at the Sand Beach Club & Restaurant. It features local merchants, farmers, artists and craftsmen who put on display their wares and produce. The market attracts locals, expatriates and tourists alike.

When at the market, you can browse the open-air stalls to get apparel, jewellery, toys, gifts, organic vegetables, bread, cakes, artwork and crafts pieces. Apart from buying things, you and your family can also participate in the various activities like clay pottery, face painting, creative crafts and more.

Sand Bar & Restaurant, Jalan Danau Tamblingan, Sanur

Sundays: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Famous for: 
Jewellery, fresh produce, arts and crafts, fashion apparel, clay pottery, etc.

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Samadi Sunday Market

If you are looking for shopping places in Bali which offer organic produce, then Samadi Sunday Market is a must-visit place. Located near the Echo Beach, Samadi Sunday The market is set up every Sunday to promote personal wellness. The market is an initiative by Samadi Bali, a yoga and wellness centre in Canggu Padang Linjong.

When at the market, you can buy locally-grown organic products and slow foods including freshly baked goods, homemade juices, jams, organic fruits, vegetables, coffee and chocolate. Crowds at the market usually comprise of yoga practitioners and health-conscious locals and travellers.

Jl. Padang Linjong No.39, Canggu, Kec. Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80351, Indonesia

Sundays: 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Famous for: 
Organic produce, freshly baked goods, etc.

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Old Man Canggu

Shopping in Bali never stops, not even when you are taking a day off at a local bar. Old Man’s Canggu, which is a much-beloved local bar at Canggu transforms into a bustling market every last Saturday of the month.

Here, you can pick up some fashionable clothes, including dresses, branded t-shirts or organic skincare products. If you are in the mood for some food, you can always find stalls selling freshly baked goods to take home or eat there. This small market attracts both locals and tourists alike.

Old Man’s, Jl. Pantai Batu Bolong, Canggu

Last Saturday of every month: 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Famous for: 
Fashionable clothes, organic skincare products, freshly-baked goods, etc.

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Love Anchor Canggu

Love Anchor Canggu is the most popular market of Canggu and one of the top things to do in town and for good reason too. Here, you can buy a plethora of items which includes fashionable clothes, a variety of souvenirs and different kinds of jewellery.

Apart from offering many shopping options, it is also the perfect place to spend your weekend as you can hear live music playing and munch on delicious food. The market is open every Saturday and Sunday.

Love Anchor, Jl. Pantai Batu Bolong No.56, Canggu

Saturdays and Sundays: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Famous for: 
Clothing, fashion accessories, jewellery, souvenirs, etc.

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Sunday Market at Sea Vu Play

The Sea Vu Play is a fun Sunday market which is set up in Seminyak every week. It has a very maritime vibe about it and you can spot Hawaiian shirts, colourful drinks and tropical bars at this market. The market brings together the maritime traditions and Petitenget together to bring you a market that flourishes in its pirate folklore and takes pride in its Sea Vu Play Story.

With many nautical dining, drinking and live sports action spaces, it is an ideal place to chill and be merry. The market also has many kids booths where they can partake in arts and crafts activities and a live DJ if you want to spend your day dancing.

Jalan Petitenget, Badung, Bali, Indonesia 00034

Sundays: 3:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Famous for: 
Arts and crafts, nautical dining, live DJ

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Mall for Shopping in Bali


Kuta Beachwalk

Kuta Beachwalk is the newest addition to Kuta’s leisure alternatives. Occupying 3.7 hectares of land and a 250-meter street side near the end of Jalan Pantai Kuta, this remarkable complex stocks numerous shops, restaurants, and entertainment facilities boasting international brands and franchises.The Beachwalk is a first for Bali, hosting exclusive design that is to some extent a major departure from the typical mall.

The Beachwalk complements the four-star Harris Resort Kuta Beach next door and the upcoming five-star Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort. Step into the Kuta Beach walk an easy stroll from the beach and get instant relief from the coastal heat.
Kuta Beach Walk is home to hundreds of luxury brands, dining options, and restaurant franchises.

Location: Jalan Pantai Kuta, Kuta

Timings: 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM

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Mal Bali Galeria

Mal Bali Galeria is a large shopping complex centrally located at the SimpangDewaruci landmark and roundabout in Kuta. The sprawling shopping and entertainment complex boasts a ‘family mall’ concept, carrying a slogan of ‘enjoy, play, eat, shop’ making it the perfect one-stop destination for a perfect family weekend at the mall.

This mall has gained immense popularity as one of the favourites amongst locals and visitors. Apart from shopping and dining, Mal Bali Galeria is also a popular relaxation venue where different events keep popping up on its calendar of events. These mostly occur in its massive foyer referred to as the ‘dome’ with a stunning central fountain.

Location: Jalan Bypass NgurahRai, SimpangDewaRuci, Kuta

Timings: 9:00 AM to 10:00 PM 

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Discovery Shopping Mall

Discovery Shopping Mall is one of the biggest shopping malls in Bali and the second largest shopping hub in Kuta after Kuta Beach walk. Located strategically and conveniently one of  Kuta’s main roads, and boasts a beachside location with an amphitheatre on the sands of Kuta Beach.

The sprawling three-storey mall houses numerous fashion and lifestyle outlets from famous national and international brands, as well as various food and beverage outlets from a host of cuisine choices and styles, from
fine dining restaurants to franchise fast food outlets.

: Jalan Kartika Plaza, Kuta                                     

: Sun - Thu 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM, Fri - Sat 10:00 AM  to 10:30 PM

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Bali Collection

Bali Collection is a lavish shopping, dining and entertainment complex set within the Bali Tourism Development Corporation’s (BTDC) Nusa Dua tourism enclave. The Bali Collection’s interior hosts a variety of unique shops and brands, from international and national luxury fashion brands, to exotic traditional handicraft and souvenir outlets.

The exterior retains Balinese architectural features. 
Various restaurants and food chains also fill the space of Bali collection and to liven up the atmosphere regular live performances from an acoustic trio and a Latin band fill the air with tunes and melodies.

: Bali Tourism Development Corporation (BTDC) Complex, Nusa Dua

: 10: AM to 10:00 PM 


Level 21 Mall

Shopping in Bali is not limited to bazaars and flea markets, it also has some amazing shopping malls. Level 21 is one such mall in Denpasar which is a modern shopping destination for locals and tourists.

It offers 4 levels filled with fashion stores, food and beverage outlets and entertainment spots. It also has a Starbucks, Dairy Queen, Japanese toast, ramen shop Roppan and J.CO Donuts. When at the mall, you can also get hair treatments done at the various salons, catch a movie or hit the gym.

Jalan Teuku Umar No.1, Dauh Puri Klod, Denpasar, Bali 80113, Indonesia

Daily: 10:00 AM - 12:00 AM

Famous for: 
Movies, shopping, fast food and more.

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Seminyak Village

Situated in the upscale beach resort area of Seminyak, Seminyak Village is a modern destination when shopping in Bali. This shopping village is home to some of the top fashion brands and is spread across a 2-storey arcade. The mall has a good mix of both international and local retailers which you can access under the same, air-conditioned roof.

The different parts of the mall are connected through covered walkways, escalators and lifts. The list of brands includes Farah Khan, MCM, Lily Jean, Milo’s Collezioni, MC2 Saint Barth and more. The place also offers an ATM, free Wi-Fi, taxi counters and personalised concierge service.

Jalan Kayu Jati No.8, Seminyak, Kuta, Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia

Daily: 10:00 AM - 10:00 PM

Famous for: 
Upscale fashion brands, fast-food chains, etc.

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It had been a long time since we were planning for a family vacation, but it wasn’t possible if we were working and children’s schools. But with Thrillophilia’s assistance it was real quick to decide when and where, we decided to go to Bali and it is beautiful, as well as a must visit place for anyone.
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I went to Bali with my parents. It was lovely as we got to know about their customs and culture by having a close look. We spent days on beaches exploring them and shopping items, as we were provided with sufficient time at each place. Looking forward to more.

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People Also Ask About Bali

  1. What is famous in Bali for shopping?

    1. Kopi Luwak coffee: The Balinese coffee, Kopi Luwak coffee is something you shouldn’t miss bringing back home. This coffee is only found in Bali which is made out of incompletely digested coffee cherries by Asian Palm Civet because it is also called Civet Coffee.

    2. Chocolates:
    The tropical climate, high levels of humidity and fertile volcanic soils of Bali make the perfect atmosphere for growing amazing coffee. So, definitely keep a lot of room in your bag to bring chocolates home.

    3. Balinese silver jewelry:
    The jewelry designs of Balinese jewelry are inspired by its surroundings which makes them extraordinarily beautiful and must be bought from the island.

    4. Batik Fabric:
    The most famous batik print of Bali is a traditional art of island which looks very beautiful and you must consider bringing it home
  2. Is shopping in Bali cheaper than India?

    Yes, Bali is very much cheaper than India which makes it quite inexpensive for the Indians. This makes the entire Bali trip very much affordable for the Indians except Seminyak is a little bit on the expensive side with its high-end places.
  3. Is Bali good for clothes shopping?

    Yes, with reasonable prices and a plethora of variety, Bali is an amazing place to go crazy over clothes shopping. Also, do not forget to buy batik print from the island as Bali is the origin place of the same.
  4. What are the best things to buy from the night market in Bali?

    1. Batik clothes: Wherever or whenever you decide to go shopping in Bali, batik will never leave your eyes. So, no matter what, buy this fabric anytime you go shopping.

    2. Metal handicrafts:
    The metal handicrafts of Bali represent the exotic Balinese taste for designs and carvings which makes them a great gift for you near and dear.

    3. Traditional kitchen utensils:
    Bali is famous for its cuisines and the traditional way they still use to cook with. So, if you love cooking and want to give Balinese cuisine a hand, then make sure to bring traditional kitchen tools back with you.