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Shopping in Bali’s local markets is an experience in its own right. Whether it’s a handmade rattan bag, a woven basket, or a piece of artwork by a Balinese artist, you’re bound to bring home an armful of memorable knick-knacks. Let us take you on a journey to some of the island’s greatest shopping haunts. Remember: bargaining is expected and highly encouraged, so ready your haggling skills to get the most out of your rupiah!

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Ubud Traditional Art Market

Pasar Seni Ubud

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Start your local shopping adventure at one of Bali’s most popular art markets. This place is so iconic that it was even featured in the 2010 film “Eat, Pray, Love” starring Julia Roberts! Have your fill of woven bags, hats, and baskets. They also have an assortment of silk scarves, figurines, and other handcrafted goods. Most of the items sold here come from the nearby art-centered neighborhoods of Tegallalang, Payangan, Peliatan, and Pengosekan. Peruse the stalls, and you'll see the craftsmanship that goes into every product. Talk your way to the best price; the Balinese vendors will be more than happy to give you a great deal!

  • Jalan Raya Ubud Number 35, Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia

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Sanur Night Market

Pasar Sindu

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Head southeast of Bali to explore the laid-back streets of Sanur. It’s known as a beach-side town, with only a handful of restaurants and bars. Locals and regular visitors drop by to explore its night market, which is located in a parking lot near the northern end of Jalan Danau Tamblingan. Come dusk, various warungs (small food stalls) set up shop to offer the best of authentic Indonesian cuisine. Enjoy plates of mie goreng (spicy fried noodles), nasi goreng (spicy fried rice), and lamb or chicken sate (grilled skewers). Wash it all down with a bottle of Bintang Beer or a fruit shake. You’ll still be able to visit the area in the morning when it takes the form of a more local market that sells produce, toys, and other daily necessities.

  • Jalan Danau Tamblingan, Sanur, Bali, Indonesia

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Rama Krisna Oleh-Oleh Khas Bali

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Just a stone’s throw away from the Ngurah Rai International Airport, Rama Krisna Oleh-Oleh is the epitome of convenience. This souvenir store is both air-conditioned, and open 24-hours. The prices are also lower compared to the other shops around Ubud or Seminyak. It has everything you could possibly look for to take home: shirts, wallets, bags, refrigerator magnets, keychains, essential oils, local delicacies, and so much more. It’s easy to get overwhelmed, so craft a game plan to find something for the whole family!

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Kumbasari Art Market

Pasar Kumbasari

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Immerse yourself in Balinese arts and crafts at Kumbasari Art Market. Situated in central Denpasar, it’s one of the oldest and well-known markets in Bali. The four-story building (which dates back to the late 70s) houses over 200 kiosks selling paintings, mini sculptures, religious items, and all sorts of Balinese curios. The market is open around-the-clock, but do note that some of the shops have varying opening hours. You also won’t have a problem with bargaining, since most vendors speak English.

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

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Bali Pulina

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A popular tourist attraction, Bali Pulina is a coffee plantation in the Tegallalang district. Friendly tour guides take you behind-the-scenes of making the island’s famous Kopi Luwak (Balinese civet coffee). Witness everything, from the feeding of the civet cats to the actual grinding and roasting process. Entrance is free, and there’s even a complimentary tasting session that features different kinds of java and tea. Once you’ve had your fill of caffeine, make your way to the Bali Pulina store to purchase ground beans, powdered tea, as well as organic soap and aromatherapy oils.

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Taman Sari Market

Pasar Taman Sari

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Seminyak is a beach resort area known for its high-end shopping boutiques, restaurants, bars, and clubs. Only those in-the-know flock to Taman Sari Market, where a more peaceful and relaxed environment awaits. Shop alongside locals for fresh tropical fruits, meat, poultry, flowers, and even cooking utensils. Taman Sari Market gives you a peek into typical Balinese life, which is a pleasant change of pace from Seminyak’s upbeat party scene.

  • Jalan Gunung Tangkuban Perahu Number 1, Kerobokan Kelod, Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali, Indonesia

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Jazz up your humble abode with chic Indonesian homeware from CARGA! Scour its wide collection of delicate trinkets and exotic home decor. Here, you’ll find cinnamon tree-scented candles, rattan chairs, wooden bowls, ceramic pieces, and more. CARGA’s high-quality products may look intimidating, but the fixed price tags are surprisingly competitive. Go for whatever catches your eye; anything in your haul will definitely add that extra oomph to the living room.

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