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The shopping scene in Kuta is wonderfully eclectic. The area's backpacker heritage is still apparent in the street shopping along Jalan Legian and in areas like Kuta Square and the Kuta Art Market, but as tourists have increased in affluence, so has...more
If you want to shop for local staff in a very small quantity, you might just want to visit this local market. The price gap is 1/3 cheaper than the things that you find along Legian. This is because the rents at the local market...More
Exactly what you would expect from Kuta markets. Can be very overwhelming for the novice but if you're after cheap, entertaining shopping with high levels of interaction then this is your place! A tip for rookies, learn some basic Balinese to say no thank you...More
There are hundreds of stalls at the Kuta art markets and every third stall sells the same thing as many others! But, it's well worth a visit and if you are looking for a bargain and service with a smile go and see Made and...More
I found these markets very hard to look in without the beggars constantly calling you from every direction,everyone is the same as the next stall,I found little markets down road from Nusa Dua better to look at ( not Bali collection). Otherwise people are characters...More
Great shopping if you know your prices. Do not get ripped off. Whatever they start at you start at 10-20% of that price and work up so if 100,000 go 20,000. It is easy to buy everything as they all haggle you. You have to...More
really its not worth taking effort to go to this place,since i was staying in kuta we managed to go the market.but be ready to bargain a lot as they quote ridiculous price even for normal stuff.you can just walk along the stalls till you...More