Bali is overflowing with creative juices as you can see through the various art markets scattered around the island.
Whether you are into silver jewelries, intricate wooden carvings, Balinese weaving, accessories, or painting, Bali is the ultimate oasis to find these captivating goods made by local craftsmen.
Jump on a unique shopping experience where you can discover a treasure of Balinese artworks and handicrafts at bargain prices in different art markets in Bali! Here is a list of the must-see art markets to help you on a shopping adventure in the island.
Go shopping and spend a day at the beach or the other way around at Kuta Art Market. Conveniently located at the end of Jalan Bakungsari with close proximity to the beach, this art market offers a plentitude of souvenirs, arts, and handicraft items for you to bring back home.
Those who don’t have much time will enjoy Kuta Art Market as this bazaar-like complex sells an extensive range of items. You can find the typical Bali print t-shirt, vibrant sarongs, accessories and jewelries, as well as Balinese souvenirs such as surfboards and guitar-shaped fridge magnets, beer holders, and bottle openers.
Make sure to exercise your bargaining skills here to obtain the best prices.
An iconic art market in Bali situated across Badung River is the Kumbasari Art Market. Only half an hour from Kuta area, this art market hosts more than 200 kiosks and thousands of stalls. In the morning, the market serves as a typical traditional market offering fresh produce and groceries.
By noon, the market will transform showing off its artistic side. It features an extensive variety of artworks and souvenirs from silverware, towering sculptures, Balinese batiks and weavings, classical paintings, and many other Balinese signature ornaments.
You can also browse through galleries of onsite painters and craftsmen, and bargain for wholesale prices. The market runs 24 hours a day, giving you flexible time to visit this market when you travel to Bali.
Locally known as Pasar Seni Ubud, Ubud Art Market is known to attract the most visitors in Bali. Not just a regular art market, this market also serves as Ubud’s central landmarks and plays a significant role for Ubud’s social and economic life.
You can shop for daily groceries and household items here and also find exceptional artisanal items such as statues, kites, woven bags, silk scarves, straw hats, silver jewelry, and more. The market opens daily from 6 AM until 6 PM, which is a must-go when you travel to Bali. Explore beautiful artisanal goods produced by local craftsmen to bring back home.
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