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Reviewed April 30, 2019

Lots of great shopping, love Matahari great the restaurants in the area to get a bit to eat. Great money changer in the watch shop, will never rip you off

Date of experience: April 2019
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Reviewed April 30, 2019

There are lots of great shops at Kuta Square that will 'empty' your purse. You can buy really good sportswear which is authentic. But only a few meters up the road is a MUST Store. "BAGUS". Three flights high with some of the best imitation quality watches, silk designer scarves, sunglasses and lots of other great stuff. You pay a few dollars more than for other imitation stuff in the smaller stores, but this is excellent quality and variety. Nobody back home knows or sees the difference. And years later it's still working and/or in brilliant condition!!

Date of experience: April 2019
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Reviewed April 28, 2019

Same as every other shop you can find around Kuta or Legian. Always hoping to see something unique, but it's just the same old same old.

Date of experience: April 2019
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Reviewed April 28, 2019

A few decent stores, but mainly a tourist trap. All say up to 30 or 50 per cent discount, but just on a small portion of the inventory. The brand name stores for men haven’t much stock, especially in the larger adult sizes. Can’t speak for the women’s stores, but nothing looked good. The bars and restaurants are also tourist traps with prices twice as high as at the other areas just off the beach. No traffic lights means it’s somewhat dangerous for pedestrians.

Date of experience: April 2019
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Reviewed April 26, 2019

My kids like the bartering experience and Kuta Square is a good place to start. We found it hard to find something/anything of interest to buy. Maybe we’re getting older or the choices aren’t as popular as they once were. Been there, done that, same same. My teenage boys said that it used to be fun to haggle but are now being told to “f
-off” when matching a high opening bid with an equally low counter offer. Can’t grab the bargain you once could. Copy Rolex watch - couldn’t get the guy below AU$40. Rip Off. Some of the nearby stores were ok. I wanted a fake LV handbag and just paid the shop owner the $48 on the price tag because I simply wanted it and couldn’t be bothered looking elsewhere. Seems it was an older model that no one else stocked. Traffic is at a standstill and scooters lined the curbs. Take a trusty driver with you to tell you the going prices on the t-shirts while he sits and waits with all the other drivers.

Date of experience: April 2019
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