Shopping in Bali has much choice of places to visit from market stalls to high end shops.

Go to Bali with an empty luggage, go back with a full luggage - and more!

Bali is a great place to stock up on summer and beach wear. If you have just bought an apartment and are looking to buy furniture, pop to Bali and devote a whole week shopping up the container and shipping your furniture/furnishings out. Some European designers have made Bali their headquarters and there are some really classy and creative designs in Bali. Shopping for yoga goods is also popular.

Here're some places for shopping in Bali:

Ubud:

Lovely quirky boutiques in Ubud, and some really great specialist yoga and resortwear stores such as The Bali Spirit Yoga Shop on Jalan Hanoman.

If you're more a budget traveller and don't have much time, then head straight for the market (while prices may be cheaper for certain items at other markets, this is almost one-stop-shopping). The Ubud Market, however, is still more pricey than SUKAWATI MARKET. And the markets in Ubud are reputed to be prone to rip off and the people can be annoying, pushy, cheeky and generally a nuisance. If you are making a trip to Ubud, get your driver to drop you off the SUKAWATI market, and buy all you local stuff here. Eg. Indonesian dresses, shirts, scarf, cushions, scarf  bags. 

At the Ubud market theses is much rattan. bags, baskets, placemats; tissue box holders made of coconut husk, rattan, etc; sarongs, pareos, batik, masks, bags, salt and pepper shakers etc.

The  Bintang Supermarket in Camphuan has A floor upstairs for souvenirs , shoes, clothes, beads etc at a fixed price.

Art in Ubud -

Neka Gallery and the Neka Museum (they sometimes have temporary exhibits at the museum which you can also buy.

Agung Rai Musuem of Art Seniwati Gallery of Art by Women

Blanco Renaissance Museum

Gaya Gallery

Genta Fine Art Gallery

Museum Rudana & Rudana Fine Art Gallery

Pengosekan Community of Artists Showroom Puri Lukisan Museum

Even if you don't buy it's definitely worth a look through his massive gallery. Some carvings are 12 feet high and made from a single piece of wood.

 Sanur . Nusa Dua. Singaraja. Barubulan. Tabanan. Gianyar.

Hardy's Malls  are the place to go if you prefer to shop western style...eg. everything has a price tag on it and usually the staff leave you alone to browse.

Just ask any taxi driver to take you to the nearest Hardys mall for that fix of western groceries in a western style supermarket. These malls are two storey and are always set back from the road so, easy to miss. They offer the cheapest (though good quality) clothing, shoes and accessories on the island with literally tons of stock to browse through. On the ground floor, the supermarket offers a huge range of Indonesian and western foods including meat, cheese, fresh milk etc. You can pay by credit card or use the multiple ATMs just outside the doors. 


Pakudwi - Kedisan, Tegalalang, Gianyar, Bali - Indonesia


Note that Neka's "THE" museum of Bali. The Museum and the Gallery are at different places. The Museum is next to Uma Ubud and the Gallery is nearer Ubud Centre. You can also see paintings by Arie Smit. Lovely colours, some of it is like an Impressionist style, because of the colours.

Craft-  villages specialising in certain crafts 

Mas - woodcarving - for display as well as furniture.

Very ornate and intricately carved. Might be a bit heavy for some people, though it's fascinating to see some of the work.

Celuk - gold and silver smiths

Batubulan - Stone

Here, you can find out what the real art means to be and you can see that you never saw. High price but worthy.

Kuta /Legian/Seminyak:

Seminyak / Legian  and Kuta have many markets ands clothing stores.

In general, but not necessarily always the case, the Kuta offers the cheaper brands and bargains, whereas  Seminyak offers the more high-end shopping with higher prices although still inexpensive.. 

 Geneva Handicraft Jln Raya Kerobokan 

 4 floors of warehoused type handicrafts No bargaining, prices are clearly marked.   Note that they accept credit cards but tack on an additional 3% - so take plenty of cash.

Masks, wooden handicrafts and baskets of all sorts and sizes.   More limited on clothing but plenty of batik type houseware items such as pillow covers, table cloths.

Serious Shopper Alert:

Be prepared and bring an extra bag. If you won't regret not buying, then just come with a bag half full...But don't worry, there are bag shops everywhere.

Some addresses: (These are obviously more "upmarket". If they have an internet page, they are usually more expensive.)

MAIDENLOVE

Stylish multi-brand boutique in the heart of Seminyak. Shop here to find well selected, medium to high-end, quality designer bikinis and beachwear. Offers both locally made brands and international brands. 

Jl. Kaya Ayu 8, Seminyak, Bali

www.maidenlove.net

KUDETA Boutique 

The boutique is part of the well-known KUDETA lounge-beach club and restaurant. Offers a mix of local and international tasteful quality beachwear and resortwear.

Jalan Oberoi 9 (next to the Oberoi Hotel), Seminyak, Bali 

BONG'S by Selphie Bong

Jl. Raya Laksmana No. 22 Oberoi (the biggest at bali for now) 

Jl. Monkey Forest no.999, Ubud. Bali 80571 Tel: 0361 808 4168

Jl. Raya Seminyak No. 42a, Seminyak. Bali Tel. 0361 730580

 The Seminyak Hotel shopping arcade 2&3 Oberoi. Offers wedding and couture gowns. 

 Also available in St Regis Nusa Dua, Four Season and Melia the Garden Villas. 

www.selphiebong.com

PitheCanThropus

Jl. Legian 368, Kuta; Bali 80361. Tel: 0361 765 073

Jl. Monkey Forest, Ubud; Bali 80571. Tel: 0361 970 990

Pusaka may be the same owner as PitheCanThropus and they have handwoven Natural Dyed stuff

Jl. Pantai Kuta 20D, Kuta; Bali 80361. Tel: 0361 761 880

Jl. Monkey Forest No 71, Ubud Kelod 80571, Bali. Tel: 0361 978 619

Pura Vida

Jl Legian Kaja 38b, Seminyak.

Jl. Pantai Kuta 29a

Biasa

Beautiful, locally made, quality resort wear. Biasa has shops in Legian, Ubud and Jakarta. 

Jln. Raya Seminyak 34 - 36, Legian, Bali 80361. Tel: 0361 730 308

www.biasabali.com

Lila Lane's

Jln. Monkey Forest. Ubud Bali

Threads of Life

www.threadsoflife.com

Uluwatu Lace

Shops in Legian, Kuta, Nusa Dua, Sanur and Ubud

www.uluwatu.co.id

Jenggala

Jalan Uluwatu II, Jimbaran; Bali 80361. Tel: 0361 703 311

www.jenggala-bali-com

Online shopping: www.jenggalashop.com

Jenggala's products are also available at: Made's Warung II in Seminyak; Ritz-Carlton; Nikko Hotel Gift Shop; DFS Bali; Toko East in Ubud

They also have a factory outlet in Sanur.

MOD Jewelry

Jl. Legian 1&2, Legian Arcade, Kuta, Bali. Tel: +62 

Onelove 

Designer Brand outlet.

This place is a fantastic find and favorite with expats and fashionable locals.It stocks all the indi designer brands you'll see in seminyak,but everything in store is clearance stock.They also have a very cool vintage section and some great art .You can find some serious bargains here and it's definitely worth a visit. 

Located just outside the main fashion district  Jalan Petitenget 115. Kerobokan.

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