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Shopping In Bali

Bali and shopping really do go hand in hand, with the beautiful islands offering diverse options like cultural works of art from artisans & modern designer wear in swanky malls. If you are looking to shop for art & handicrafts head over to Monkey Forest Street that has shops lining both sides of the road. Other famous markets to visit are, Sukowati market near Ubud, Kuta’s shopping belt & Jalan Legian. Here are some places you can visit for shopping in Bali:

If you want to buy local handicrafts you can visit Jalan Raya Kerobokan and Geneva in Seminyak.

Kartika Discovery Mall in Jalan Kartika is known for its superb mall and Bali Collection in Nusa Dua for housing international fashion labels.

Look for fine art and handicrafts, paintings and masks in the handicraft village of Sanur, Kuta and Sukowati market.

Also, delve into woven and dyed fabrics, wood and stone carvings, clothes, souvenirs, trinkets and much more. If you are fond of jewellery you can look out for delicately crafted gold and silver artefacts.

Put on your bargaining hat on as haggling is a common practice in Bali. Also, not all the shops accept credit card so carrying cash makes much more sense.

Bali and shopping really do go hand in hand, with the beautiful islands offering diverse options like cultural works of art from artisans & modern designer wear in swanky malls. If you are look...

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