When we think about tourism in Indonesia, the first thing that may probably come to mind is Bali. For one, Bali hosts a lot of tourist destinations that will leave you coming back for more. Or maybe the fact that it is a country that follows the principles of eat, pray and love leaving you to a peaceful state of mind?
Whatever the reason is, there are indeed a lot of things to do and see in Bali, Indonesia. From beaches, hotels, and temples, we have it all here at Bali. We even have some shopping malls and districts that may trigger a high rise in your interest.
If you are one of those that want to buy a lot of souvenirs when in Bali, then you’re reading the right article. Here we feature at least 3 of the most famous shopping districts in Bali. Let’s get into detail and learn more of these places:
The beach walk is the latest addition in Kuta’s alternative places to go to for leisure. Located at JalanBakung Sari, the mall occupies at least 3.7 hectares of land, not to mention a 250-meter street side just close to the end of the district.
Inside the beach walk, clothing brands from all over the world, restaurants, and entertainment facilities are spawning all over the area. The unique architecture is far beyond the typical malls. For sure you’ll enjoy the sight of this beach walk.
UBUD ART MARKET
If you love to see the sight of art and handicrafts, then the Ubud Art Market is the place for you. Located just the opposite of the PuriSaren Royal Ubud Palace, this market is accessible to anyone at any time of the day. The location of the market is in line with the art producing villages just opposite of the palace.
If you want to have silk scarves, lightweight shirts, and handmade woven bags, this is the place for you to go. In addition, if you are the kind that really loves art, you’ll surely have that desire to live there for the rest of your life.
If you’re one who collects a lot of jewelries, then this village is the place for you! Located along the main road from Denpasar to Gianyar, this village is full of gold and silver smiths. They make rings, bangles, chokers, earrings and broaches as a daily living. For the jewelry fanatic, you’ll surely have gleaming eyes at a single glance of everything here at Celuk Village.
Now those are some great places to visit in Bali for your shopping cravings, right? Then don’t hesitate! Book your flight to Bali now! For more Bali travel tips and advice, visit us at Bali Tourism Board!