Don't know about Seminyak, but there are plenty of markets along melasti st, just before Legian rd, and kuta art markets are just past matahari's in Kuta square and before heading down kartika plaza st
I would call most of the shopping in Kuta and Legian market shopping. I don't know that there's a specific market area.
They are shops with all their goods hanging out the front and the trying to get you in talk haha! They are all over Legian and Kuta, there's also poppies lane 1 & 2 in Kuta which is packed full of shopping, cheap replica items. Seminyak and Seminyak end of Legian has a lot of boutiques where there is no haggling, set price oh and they have a door on their shop so you know the difference!
Bali Merchant Markets, Friday, Sat & Sunday, Kayu Aya Square/Seminyak (Seminyak Square end)
Fixed price handicraft centres & all are undercover,
Golden Buffalo (brass/metal figures)
2.Sukawati tourist market in Sukawati. (Pagi Sukawati market for business but you can still buy, must get there early closes about 11.30am.)
3.Ubud in Main Street of Ubud. Also heaps of shops selling almost everything, including silver, paintings etc.
5.Sanur Beach markets. (4 different markets on the beach).
(I have listed few market areas; however there are many others, located in various areas. Example: Tanah Lot temple (temple in the sea) large market area.
Enjoy your shopping and bargaining.Edited: 2:18 am, January 26, 2015
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