Sanur Night Market
Also known as the Sindu Night Market,
Sanur Night Market avails fresh daily supplies to the people of Bali. This
local market is one of the best places
to shop at Bali in Night for food items, groceries, and garden-fresh fruits
The evenings light up with the street food carts that sell local dishes like meatballs, goat satay, fried rice, etc. Even though it is called the Village food market, it has a very modern design and feels. Haggling is a common practice here to avail the best price!
What to Buy: Fresh fruits & vegetables, spices, home supplies, etc
Location: Jalan Pungutan 2, Sanur
Timings: 05.00 a.m. to 11.00 p.m.
Also, a place for people to buy their
daily needs, Kumbasari Market is often visited by localities to get their
stock of kitchen ingredients. Besides that, there are several other small shops
that sell clearance goods at affordable rates along with souvenirs.
It is also known as Kumbasari Art Market where creative artists from around the region put their items on sale that include Balinese paintings, Batiks, sculptures etc. Since it is located right opposite one of the large temples, you will also find some religious items in this market.
What to Buy: Art products, woven clothing, home supplies, wooden carvings, jewellery, art objects, souvenirs, etc.
Location: Jalan Gaja Mada
Timings: Noon to midnight
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Kuta Art Market
Kuta Art Market that comes to life
after 06.00 p.m. is one of the best night
markets in Bali for shopping for various casual products and is a splendid
stopover for street food. It is a very small market with a building full of
stalls along with six large shops that sell only art goods celebrating Balinese
culture and tradition.
Several people who have visited Kuta Art Market definitely bring back a guitar-shaped fridge magnet which is a speciality of this market. If you can make a friendly bargain with the vendors, they are sure to slash down the rates for you.
What to Buy: Art items, souvenirs, paintings, leather shoes, printed t-shirts,
Location: Opposite Kuta Beach
Timings: 08.00 a.m. to 10.00 p.m.
A narrow market situated in Legian,
Garlic Lane is an extremely fun market where you can take a stroll during your
visit to Bali. Apart from shopping, this market is also renowned to house
several restaurants and bars with an entertaining ambience where shoppers
like to layover before heading back.
The shops in this market lie close to one another which make this night market in Bali a noisy place, but it is also a shopper’s paradise where one can buy almost everything. Just like most of the other markets in Bali, you can bargain till your heart’s content here for almost every product you buy.
What to Buy: Famous for surfing gears, sunglasses and a huge collection of DVDs. You can also buy Balinese paintings, table runners, and souvenirs.
Location: Jalan Sahadewa No 11, Legian
Timings: 08.00 a.m. to 09.00 p.m.
Taman Sari Market
The look of Taman Sari Market is
amazing post-sunset with stalls making their best bargain with customers, the
shades of hue in the sky and the smell of exotic fresh fruits combined
together. While most of the markets in Seminyak are high-end, this one is amongst
the traditional Bali night markets
that are famous for selling a bagful of fresh fruits in less than 1 USD.
A separate building is dedicated to those who wish to buy other fresh supplies, and hence this market is visited by the people from the villas and resorts in Seminyak. Anyone who visits this night market doesn’t leave without a relishing the bowl of meatball soup or fresh fruit juice.
What to Buy: Fresh fruits, especially Bananas and Mangoes (in season)
Location: Kerobokan Kelod, Kuta
Timings: 05.00 a.m. to midnight
Kereneng Night Market
Kereneng Night Market
is also one of the largest ones after Badung market because it combines with
the nearby Asoka Market to form the lengthy Pasar Kereneng. The food stalls and
vendors selling local toys like balloons and bubble blowers for children step
inside from early evening and stay until midnight.
This market is famous for selling all local traditional items along with other worldwide products in their one thousand shops. Shining brightly after sunset, this is one of the best places to shop in Bali at night where you can spend several hours!
What to Buy: Batik clothes, utensils, groceries
Location: Dangin Puri Kangin, Denpasar Utara
Timings: 05.00 p.m. to midnight
This is among those Bali night markets that sell delicious
local cuisine in the evenings until they run out of it. Vendors encourage
visitors of this market to not just try the variant Indonesian snacks but also
pack some extra to carry back to your land. You should try the spicy chicken
with sambal if you are here to get a taste of
local food in Indonesia.
Gianyar Market is always bustling with the crowd, especially tourists who love to try the Balinese cuisine, but is busier and crowded during the weekends selling a number of other items. Clicking a picture before their neon lights is a very ‘Bali thing’ to do! If you are looking for a pet, then you might find a line of pet shops in this market selling animals, chiefly fish!
You might want to be extra careful here because of the fear of pickpockets!
What to Buy: Fruits, jewellery, clothes, ritual items, household goods, snacks, toys, etc.
Location: Jalan Ngurah Rai
Timings: 03.00 p.m. to midnight
Badung Market is usually visited when
one visits the Kumbasari Market as they are close to each other. This is that
part of the market where residents can go late-night shopping for fresh farm produce of fruits, vegetables, and
other perishable groceries. Another building inside this market is dedicated to
selling non-perishable goods, batiks, other fabrics and some different kinds of
collectables for the kitchen.
Make sure to stay very alert on this road for the roads are narrow with a bundle of people and motorists all trying to make their way at once. People find that the items sold in Badung Market are much cheaper than the items sold in the other night markets in Bali, making it a crowded boulevard!
What to Buy: Fresh fruits, vegetables, flowers, poultry, and fabrics.
Location: Jalan Sulawesi 1
Timings: 06.00 a.m. to 12.00a.m.
Kuta Night Market
Apart from selling the regular
customary market items like t-shirts, footwear, sunglasses, bags, household
products, and souvenirs, Kuta Night Market is a utopia for those who are
waiting to quench on local street food. The smell from the food stalls, as well
as the fine restaurants, is so alluring, that you
might actually end up buying nothing but eating a lot!
Not just is the food in this market tasty, but it is indeed more pocket-friendly than the other places that sell street food. The lanes of this Bali night market are narrow, and you will always find it hoarded by people bargaining for the best price, but is still a leisure place for a shopping walk.
What to Buy: Traditional bags, clothes, souvenirs, and buy lots of food!
Location: JL Blambangan Kuta
Timings: 06.00 p.m. to midnight
Legian Night Market
Legian Night Market is another
traditional, but a tad upscale market in Legian and Seminyak area that sells a
variety of items. As the evening sets in, it pulls the plentiful crowd to hang
out at the stalls and try some local food.
This street also includes some plazas and malls which are also open into the night to cater to shoppers of those hours. Step into one of the boutiques here to find readymade and stylish clothes, or if you have enough time, get one stitched as the fabric is easily available in this very market.
What to Buy: Leather jackets, jewellery, art items, craft items and a range of fabrics
Location: Jalan Raya Legian, Legian
Timings: 07.00 p.m. to 11:00 pm