Krisna Sunset Road
Krisna Sunset Road
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David H
Surabaya, Indonesia8,110 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2019
Krisna sunset road and Krisna Winata Kuliner. Many choice food in here and many gift special Bali beach

Meat balls
Sushi
Hot Tea and any gift from bali yummy.
Written June 5, 2019
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WongPhan
Penang52 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2013 • Family
Do not buy anything elsewhere before you come to a Krisna. There are several branches but this is the main one. Sunset Road is a very popular street in Kuta and everyone can point you the way.

Even their tagline is "Ngapain Mahal Kalo Bisa Murah" i.e."Why Be Expensive When You Can Go Cheap". That sounded very convincing and convinced me they did.

For example, a nice wind chime only cost us IDR 16,000 (USD 1.50)! The going price on the street was IDR100,000 and you'd have to go through the usual saga of trying to bargain it down. So at Krisna, you don't have to do any of that and just buy anything you need and at the cheapest prices. Everything would be there. Trust me.

I'm not telling you to buy at Krisna first, but I'm merely telling you to go visit it first. Before you buy anything elsewhere and regret it later. Like yours truly. *major facepalm!* Even if your tour itinerary puts Krisna as the very last destination, like they usually do, ask to be brought over to it first. If you're into buying trinkets and knick-knacks for souvenirs, I mean.

Just browse through if you don't feel like buying anything at first, just mark the prices of your favourite things and then go on your way to all the other shops. See if you can get any of the stuffs cheaper. I don't think so though, but they do have a rival called Agung Bali nearby. We went there after Krisna but there were nobody else but us. The rival's was deserted!

Almost all of the stuffs would be in packages, so you need to peer real carefully at each one so that you can find what you're looking for. Like wind chimes for example, weren't hung but instead packed in plastic. It's a supermarket and the prices are fixed. Credit cards are allowed.

Anyhow, try not to be overwhelmed by the crowd because it's usually quite crowded. Also, avoid going during weekends or without a driver for you might not get a parking space.

If you happen to be running a deco shop of your own, this is definitely the place for you to stock up.
Written August 5, 2013
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NeenaVeena
Cairo, Egypt473 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2019 • Friends
It’s a big store for all king of souvenirs from Bali. I found lots of buses parking all around& ppl buying wholesale quantities,especially food& herbs. Anyway, I bought coconut cream, beach bags, massage oil, lemon grass tea, mangosteen tea& stuff for my family & frds which is made locally. It saved me time& effort. No bargain, no pain.
Written February 11, 2019
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Vrajc
87 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2012 • Friends
Krisna is one stop shopping with price n quality guarantee. You can find most of oleh oleh from Bali in Krisna. This Krisna is opened for 24 hours, so no need to be rush, it will be waiting for you. Happy shopping folks.
Written August 20, 2013
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WHDeric
Kajang, Malaysia87 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2014 • Couples
You’ll find almost all kinds of souvenirs here in the convenience of a massive air-conditioned store. Best thing is that you need not bargain as all prices are fixed.
Things I find worth buying are t-shirts, sarongs, fridge magnets, key chains, spa products, handicrafts, accessories, bags, sandals, beachwear and snacks. Super Kacang Asin Krisna (peanuts) was highly recommended by a friend. Orange colored box that weights 400grams.
Written April 23, 2015
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Barblaraine
Nambour, Australia395 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2014 • Friends
This is a great shop for cheap clothes for adults & kids, paintings, jewellery, body creams, sunglasses, incense, bags, doonas, some foods & loads of souvenirs. Worth a visit & just a cheap cab ride from Kuta to Sunset Road about $3/$4. It seems mainly for locals but bus loads of Muslim tourists seem to shop there as well. A few shops around for a cold drink or something to eat, also a great little coffee shop out through the side entrance. Worth a look at.
Written November 19, 2014
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debbsliverpool
Liverpool, UK321 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2017
This store was quite difficult to find, we found it eventually and i was in gift heaven! Coaches of people are brought to this store. The store sells lots of items at very good prices.
Written September 10, 2017
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Tota1118
Jeddah, Saudi Arabia657 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2016
The place is worth a visit , even if it's far from your place .
Place is spacious and have variety of goods , mainly everything related to abi culture from soap , scrubs , lotions all made in Bali . Also , they have tishrits , shorts , dresses , shoes , silver products ( rings , ear rings , bracelets ..etc )
The prices are very good , and quality seems okay .
My only concern that Indonesia in general have hot weather around the year , and the shop has no good A/C
Written September 13, 2016
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ALR0609
Kuantan, Malaysia479 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2015 • Family
Krisna is a large store dedicated to selling Bali souverniers. As you enter the store, you are greeted by staff who then stick a sticker on your shirt/blouse.....I wonder why?

The store sells anything from t-shirts, tote bags, fridge magnets, key chains, sarongs, silver jewellery, food snacks, aromatherapy oils, thongs etc. The prices are certainly fair, but be careful with the quality. Generally, the quality is not as good as items sold in Matahari dept store, but they cost about half the price. On the other hand, if you are willing to travel out of Kuta (and brave the heat & haggling), you can get similar quality products for less at Pasar seni Sukawati.

Definitely the place to get souverniers if you are on a budget, have many people to buy for, are short of time, ir cannot be bothered to haggle over prices or bear the heat. But if you want to get something nice for yourself, I'd suggest somewhere like Matahari or a boutique shop.
Written March 24, 2015
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SumiitMathur
Sydney, Australia95 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2015 • Family
We (I, wife and a kid) are currently in Bali .

We were lucky to be residing in Hotel Atanaya , which adjoins Krishna. (Our room was called Krishna View !!)

We were planning to visit all the major shopping points in Bali - Krishna, Discovery Mall, Bali galleria, Supernova and Sukumwati Market yesterday.Initially I hadn't thought much about shopping at Krishna, basis my earlier not-so-great experiences at Chatu chat Market in Thailand, Little India in Singapore and Petaling Street in Kuala Lumpur.They all seemed the same, offering sub-standard products at highly inflated prices and we had to negotiate really hard to get reasonable prices (or sometimes steal deals!)

But Krishna is different. Its not a street market, but a hyperstore.
Huge variety, fixed prices, but products priced very decently. And guess what, we ended up finishing off our entire first half of day shopping in Krishna. Didn't feel like going to any other place then.

You can buy clothes - traditional and T-Shirts etc, local ayurvedic soaps-creams-etc, bags, footwear, paintings, souvenirs, other home decor, all under one roof.
Adjoining Krishna is a small eatery that servers excellent chicken Burgers,fries, hot chocolate and few other stuffs.

Also I had my first ever Tattoo ( Dragon Tattoo!) made here, outside Krishna. :) .
Negotiate well for tattoo . i got it for IDR 60,000 as against the asked price of IDR 350,000 !!!

Other thing to share is that air conditioning could be slightly improved, but I wouldn't complain at this time of the year. Also, street prices inside a closed mall is more than what we can expect.

Also, if you desire to shop for branded products, Bali galleria and Discovery Mall may be excellent choices.

Overall very satisfied! Do visit Krishna if you want to do some traditional / casual shopping in Bali.
Written January 7, 2015
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