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Where to Shop and What to Buy in Denpasar

Where to Shop and What to Buy in Denpasar
As modern and traditional approaches blend here, you can either bargain prices down on lower-priced goods or pay the full price for higher-quality fixed-price goods.
In traditional markets, you will find unique handicrafts, woodcarvings, local spices, and much more. Shops selling similar items are often clustered together which makes negotiating and comparing prices easier.

In plazas, fixed prices are more common though you may be able to bargain in some. Every mall in the city consists of a department store stocking both local and brand labeled merchandises, a supermarket, and a few small outlets offering various kinds of products.

Animale

Animale is an everyday women’s wear label with creative, unique and elegant designs. From fine linens to imported silk, from batik to jungle prints, from scarves to shoes, its wide-ranging choice of products and sizes aims at client satisfaction.
Location: Jalan Imam Bonjol 448

Duta Silk

For many years, Duta Silk has been famous for its range of fine-quality silk, linen, cotton and much more. The store looks small next to the big Matahari Department Store, yet it provides what’s not available at its neighbour; calibres of fabric are here, as well beautiful laces and buttons. What you bring home from this place will definitely be worth the price you pay.
Location: Komplek Duta Permai, Block 1, Jalan Dewi Sartika

Jalan Sulawesi Textile Shops


Jalan Sulawesi is a small, yet commercial street in the city and it is well known for its fabric shops. Here, you will find rich choices of textiles: cotton, silk, Chinese satins, brocades and much more. Clothing is also a popular option here, particularly if you want to try the Balinese traditional dress. The shops may seem to offer the same products but each shop is different and it’s not a bad idea to scour from one to another and compare what’s on offer. Don’t forget to bargain prices down along this row.
Location: Behind Pasar Badung & Kumbasari

Krisna Bali

Since 2007 Krisna Bali has been an excellent one-stop souvenir shopping destination. Everything here is at a fixed price yet incredibly cheap. Krisna sells an immense amount of items, from earrings made of coconut shell earrings to rattan handbags, T-shirts and food – all to remind you of Bali.
Location: Jalan Nusa Indah 79 and Jalan Nusa Kambangan 160A

LotteMart Wholesale Bali

LotteMart Wholesale Bali is the Bali store branch of PT Lotte Shopping Indonesia, a leading wholesale distributor of food products and non-food products. The store is easily noticeable along the Kuta-Sanur thoroughfare, with the huge roadside signage and the visible spacious carpark. LottoMart is favorite among locals and businesses who purchase in bulk, be it groceries, clothing items, household goods, stationary goods, electronics, office equipment, furniture and miscellany which are all sold at wholesale prices. It was previously Makro Bali prior to the acquisition by Lotte in 2010.
Opening Hours: 10:00 - 22:00
Location: Jalan Bypass Ngurah Rai 222X, Sesetan, Denpasar
Tel: +62 (0)361 723 222

Naia House of Jewelry

The vast selection of fine gold, white gold, silver, and diamonds from the Naia House of Jewelry guarantees that you get exactly what you desire at a reasonable price. The selection of rings, necklaces, bracelets, pendants, brooches and earrings come in both western and Balinese designs. Naia House also offers ultrasonic cleaning, re-polishing and re-chroming.
Location: Jalan Teuku Umar 65D

Pasar Badung & Pasar Kumbasari

Less than 20 minutes from Kuta stands the biggest traditional market (pasar) in Denpasar with goods a lot cheaper than most markets. Bargaining is accepted here and should be kept light hearted as most merchants here don’t go for the hard sell that prevails at other traditional markets. Pasar Badung and Pasar Kumbasari are two four-story buildings, separated by the Tukad Badung River. They are both open for 24 hours, although what is available depends on the time of the day. During normal hours, you can find produce on the ground floor along with ceremonial goods. The upper floors of each building sell craftware and typical Balinese souvenirs ranging from sarongs to carved wooden statues, along with household and textile items. At night, food vendors set up their stalls.
Location: Jalan Gajah Mada

Pasar Burung (Bird Market)

The name says it all: Hundreds of birds, poultry products, and a menagerie of other animals such as guinea pigs, rabbits and exotic creatures and tropical fish are displayed here. Buyers would be forgiven for sometimes wondering how the more exotic ones were taken from the dark jungles of Indonesia and ended up here. Opposite the bird market is a section for dogs. This noisy market can be found in two different locations, although one stands on its own while the other shares location with Sanglah market.
Location: Jalan Veteran, about 500m north of Catur Muka statue and 200 metres east of Sanglah Hospital

Pasar Kembang

In Denpasar, the short, yet busy section of several kiosks selling fresh flowers on the side of the road right before Tiara Dewata is very popular and goes by the name ‘pasar kembang’ (flower market). The large selection of many different types of flowers is handy for bouquets to chaplets, weddings or any memorable occasion. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, it’s possible to order special arrangements. One piece of advice; there are no parking facilities to the market.
Location: Jalan Mayjen Sutoyo

Pasar Kreneng

The city’s second biggest traditional market is named after its area, Kreneng. Up to 1,100 vendors sell all sorts of merchandise throughout this three-storey building. Although the condition and environment here is rather far from being clean and organised, it’s still a favourite place for locals to buy their daily needs at cheap prices. Money changers wander about shouting “Piswek-piswek”, offering crisp new 500 Rupiah notes for old and beaten up 1,000 Rupiah bills and other combinations of exchange. Upon entering, you will find two giant statues symbolically guarding the place and everyone in it. After 15:00, the popular night market takes over.
Location: Jalan Kamboja, East Denpasar

Pasar Sanglah

Another traditional market that sells commodities for daily needs is located right next to the Sanglah Hospital. It is easily accessible by both private and public transport and only 2.5km away from downtown Denpasar. It is open from 06:00 until early evening.
Location: Jalan Diponegoro

Pertokoan Kerta Wijaya

Pertokoan Kerta Wijaya (pertokoan means 'shopping complex' in Indonesian) is filled with various shops ranging from those selling batik shirts, shoes and bags, and electronics. It was once the home of one of the major supermarkets in Denpasar, the Tragia Department Store, which closed in 2007.
Location: Jalan Diponegoro, Denpasar

Pertokoan Sudirman Agung

Pertokoan Surdirman Agung is a lively shopping complex in Denpasar that is home to a number of various shops, ranging from women's and children's fashion boutiques, Clandy's shop for baby items, a number of spas and salons, opthalmology and optics, digital photo and camera shops, and warung foodstalls. Although most offer items at fixed prices, the price range are mostly good bargains compared to other touristy areas. 
Opening Hours: 10:00 - 22:00
Location: Jalan Jenderal Sudirman, Denpasar

Ramayana Mal Bali


The first mall to open in Denpasar, Ramayana (Mal Bali) is definitely worth a visit. Located a distance from the main tourist area, it is full of local colour. On the first floor you will find two optical retailers, women and kids’ clothing, a shop stocking musical and sports equipment, a Pizza Hut restaurant, and a corner with outlets selling perfume, cosmetics, as well sunglasses. BVLGARI, Calvin Klein, and Revlon are the only international brands here. The second floor features men’s clothes, batik wear, accessories, and footwear for men and women. The ‘Sport Station’ corner displays Reebok, Converse, Puma and Airwalk. The third floor has a supermarket, a food court, a DVD (pirated) store, a pawnbroker, an optician, as well as a few outlets selling mobile phones, bags, and more. The fourth floor is dedicated to recreation with a bowling centre, karaoke instant machines, games zone, two salons, reflexology centre, and a bookstore. Not far from the vehicles entrance stands a row of ATMs plus a furniture outlet.
Location: Jalan Diponegoro 103

Robinson Mal Denpasar

Robinson Mal Denpasar is very easy to spot with a big McDonald’s branch attached to the right side of the building. The first floor has women’s clothing, accessories, and underwear, as well a supermarket. On the second floor you will find a games area, batik wear, as well men and boy’s clothes. Everything is locally sourced here except for the Reebok, Converse, Puma, and Airwalk footwear at the ‘Sport Station’ corner. Outside, there are a few small food stalls and enough parking spaces as well in the basement.
Location: At the busy crossroads of Jalan Dewi Sartika, Jalan Sudirman, and Jalan Puputan

Teuku Umar’s Electronics and Phones

Jalan Teuku Umar is the biggest business centre on the island with electronic and phone shops peppered throughout the street. From Kuta, go northeast at the big crossroads from Jalan Imam Bonjol and drive until the Simpang Enam roundabout. As you travel north to the crossroads to Jalan Diponegoro, you’ll see lots of places to get your gadgets fixed, buy new laptops cheaper than back home, or even to sell your phone. Sony, Blackberry, Apple, LG, Nokia, Samsung, and dozens more are available here.
Location: Jalan Teuku Umar

Tiara Dewata

Tiara Dewata is a two-storey building housing a department store, a supermarket, various outlets and stalls, a food court and a kids’ centre. It has rather limited parking space and a swimming pool at its southeast corner. Men and women’s clothes, bags, footwear, cosmetics, handicrafts and food products can be found on the first floor with occasional special offers on products. On the second floor you’ll find children’s clothes, books, stationery items and musical instruments. Tiara Dewata is popular with locals for its very reasonable prices.
Opening Hours: 08:30 – 22:00
Location: Jalan Mayjen Sutoyo no. 55
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