Spend a delightful day while having a promenade and finding the most appropriate attires, art craft or souvenirs in Kuta. Nice beachwear, beach sarong and Bali T-shirts are available here. Ranging from those peddling in traditional art market to stylish boutique outlets await your arrival
Other than beautiful beach, Seminyak has also long been a paradise of shopping, both at galleries and fashion boutiques. Drop in to find some souvenirs as memorabilia of your visit to this Paradise Island.
Renowned for its seafood delicacies, Jimbaran Beach gives an unparalleled moment to enjoy the best dining experience served with secrete recipe while watching beautiful sunset.
As a luxurious tourist resort nestled in the southern tip of Bali Island, it does not only provide first class accommodation, but also the hub of shopping oasis. Make a visit to shopping complex to get your favorite merchandise.
Being the capital of Bali Province, Denpasar sets some traditional market to cater the basic needs of its downtowners. They can become your destination for the morning market tour by making a drop in at traditional market. They are the Badung, Kreneng and Sanglah Market. Getting interested in local clothes, you can find them on Jalan Sulawesi shopping complex, next to the Badung Market. Meanwhile, if you wish to get some souvenirs, Balinese handicraft and other knick-knacks, simply drop in at Kumbasari Market. It’s across the Badung Market or west of the Badung River.
When sunrise and white sandy beach become your expectation while enjoying your souvenir, Sanur Market can become your choice.
As distinctiveness, Batubulan is a showcase of unlimited modern and classical stone sculptures, fountain works, lamp shade and others. By all means, they can beautify the element of your interior or exterior. They mostly belong to religious art depicting some gods in Hindu mythology.
It is a village in Sukawati subdistrict, Gianyar, showcasing a distinctive works of art specializing in gold and silver works. With stylish design merging local craftsmanship and modern touch, the artisans can create different and quality products.
It has long been known as the center of Bali souvenir and handicrafts. Both domestic and foreign visitors have made it a must-destination when making a visit to Bali. Enjoy the art of bargaining or get a ‘morning price’ for your favorite merchandise.
Since the colonial era, the Ubud tourist resort has been known as the home to some foreign painters such Antonio Blanco, Arie Smith and others. Unsurprisingly, it is also nicknamed as kampong of the artists. Their talents and interaction with local artists have engendered many paintings with different styles. To trace and appreciate the development of the arts, a visit seems to have become a must such as to Rudana Gallery, Neka Gallery or Antonio Blanco Museum.
It is a native home to numerous woodcarving products, wooden souvenirs and masks. So, if this kind of works becomes your hunting, the village is your target and here you can see in person how they make them.
Located close to Sukawati Art Market, the Guwang Market offers more spacious area for the convenience of shopping experience and parking lot. It’s further development of Sukawati Art Market. This market affords a variety of handicrafts and art products.
Located in Klungkung County, this village offers typical art product, namely the Kamasan-style painting. It features the puppet shadow play and is also applied to some other souvenir products. Uniquely, this talent has developed since ancient period. As evidence, visitor can see the specimen of Kamasan-style painting on the ceiling of the Kertha Gosa pavilion, Semarapura.
When making a visit to Northern Bali, make your time to drop in at Candikuning Market. It affords some distinctive local agricultural products such as fruits, strawberry, crackers and spices.