Shopping in Bali
The Hotel’s shopping arcade is located on the ground floor and comprises of a variety of shops offering unique clothing for you as well as gifts for your family and friends. Choose from quality swimwear and casual outfits to complement the resort’s casual atmosphere, or find traditional Indonesian batik and handmade Balinese lace clothing for your next special occasion. Uniquely-designed jewelry—including gold, silver, and precious stones—is also available.
Nusa Dua is a luxurious enclave for resort tourism and the front entrance is lined with various shops and crafts stores. Just 5 minutes away is the Bali Collection which offers holidaymakers the finest shopping in Nusa Dua, an exclusive shopping complex for everyday needs and travel treasures.
Kuta is a shopping haven for visitors looking for renowned surf brands as well as a great selection of swimming costumes, beachwear and unique accessories. There are hundreds of shops in Kuta and the best way to explore is to have a taxi drop you off and then walk along the main street and up towards Legian. The art market is not to be missed. Shopping in the market is a fun experience and a great way to practice your bargaining skills. This is the perfect place to pick up inexpensive souvenirs to take home. Make sure that you bring cash as most stalls do not accept credit cards or foreign currency. Try your hand at the art of bargaining by asking for 50% off the price that has been offered and work your way to a mutually acceptable price.
Denpasar is home to the island’s biggest traditional market called Kumbasari, which will give you an insight to the daily operations of an authentic Indonesian marketplace. This is where the locals shop for all their daily needs including fruit, vegetables, meat and spices. Arts and crafts as well as religious items are also sold at this market. Sulawesi Street, which runs alongside the market, features a long stretch of shops specialising in different types of fabrics from traditional songket to ceremonial kebaya materials and Indonesian batik.
Batubulan in the Gianyar area is the centre of stone sculptures. The streets are lined with an amazing array of stonework including statues, water fountains, classic sculptures and modern pieces in a range of different sizes. Most of the shops here will be able to arrange the packing and shipment of any purchases to your home country.
Celuk specialises in silver and there are many galleries showcasing vast collections of jewellery designs in both traditional and modern styles. The artisans in this area are well known for their creativity and quality workmanship.
Sukawati has a very popular art market where you will find some great handicraft pieces at extremely reasonable prices. Please note that during the high season this market can get crowded with domestic tourists all looking for a bargain or two.
Ubud is known as Bali’s heart of art and culture. The area has many art galleries showcasing the works of local painters. A visit to the Rudana Gallery, Neka Gallery or Antonio Blanco Museum is a must if you appreciate fine art.
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