Bali

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Shoppers seeking designer wares should head to the western end of Seminyak and wander up toward Jalan Laksmana and Jalan Kunti. Those seeking sarongs and chic fashions (or private DVDs and sunglasses) will do well along Jalan Legian, which stretches from one end of Seminyak to Kuta. Up in Ubud, funky little independent boutiques selling highly original house wares, clothing, and art, abound.

Shopping in Bali

Agung Rai Fine Art Gallery

Representing a thriving community of artists, this gallery offers work by from some of Indonesia's best young painters.

Jl. Peliatan Peliatan Ubud Gianyar, Bali, +62 361 974562, www.agungraigallery.com
Tags: shopping | art | culture

Kumbasari Market

Spread out over three floors, this traditional Indonesian market in Denpasar has household wares and clothing on the third level, spices and dried goods on the second level, and a traditional market in the basement.

Jl. Gajah Mada, Bali,
Tags: shopping | traditional | home | clothing

Kuta Art Market

This market has a multitude of shops selling a wide variety of items including sarongs, handicrafts, jewelry, clothing, furniture, and leather goods.

Jl. Bakung Sari, Bali,
Tags: shopping | eclectic

Nilou

Cameron Diaz has been known to shop Nilou’s beautiful shoes and sandals. The expertly designed footwear also makes regular appearances in the pages of domestic and international fashion magazines.

Jl. Raya Kerobokan 144 (at the top of Jl. Laksmana), Seminyak, Bali, 011-62-361-744-6068
Tags: shopping | designer | shoes

Paul Ropp

Bali’s most prominent fashion designer, known for his summery linens and bright colors for men and women, has shops throughout town. Watch out for his yearly sales at the factory in Kerobokan.

Jl. Pengubengan No. 1X, Bali, 011-62-361-731-002, www.paulropp.com
Tags: shopping | designer | clothing

Sabbatha

Sabbatha designs and produces amazingly original, trendy bags for men and women.

Jl. Raya Seminyak No. 97, Bali, 011-62-361-734-877, www.sabbathabali.com
Tags: shopping | clothing

Seniwati Gallery of Art by Women

Shop traditional and contemporary paintings by over 70 female artists, all of whom call Bali home.

Jl. Sriwedari 2B, Banjar Taman, Bali, 011-62-361-975-485, www.seniwatigallery.com
Tags: shopping | smart splurge | trendy | art | culture

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