Stores, Malls or Markets in Bali

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    Daun-theGift Shop: Aromatherapy & Tasteful Gifts

    by Wild_Orchid Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Located at Kuta Square, just nearby the Kuta Art Market (with its little stalls selling t-shirts, key-chains, sarongs), this store is quite a gem. With a tasteful layout, the merchandise on display looks classy and of good quality, but it is really not too expensive. Service is good as well. Last but not least, the air-con actually works!

    What to buy: After making a comparison with a few other shops, I found that the massage oil and aromatherapy oils at Daun smelt very natural and not too strong and wasn't at all cloying.

    The scents come with exotic names such as Night Queen, Sandalwood, Jasmine,Cempaka, Frangipani, Ylang Ylang, Lavender, LemonGrass, Bergamot, Rose ~ who could resist? Certainly not me! (wink!)

    I felt that the pricing was very reasonable when compared to its quality and packaging.
    (most suitable for gifts)

    Apart from these oils, the store also had some lovely wooden, painted doll figurines, small stone and wooden vases, unique handicraft, mini-fountains, and they were at reasonable prices (clearly marked), with no hassles of having to bargain.

    What to pay: Aromatherapy-small bottles 30,000 rupiahs
    Massage Oil-medium bottle 60,000 rupiahs
    Set of 5 tiny bottles (2 different sets of combinations available) 11,000 rupiah

    Daun-the gift shop
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    Mas village: Woodcarving

    by aramat Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    It's interesting to see in Bali that villages specialise in different crafts. Mas village is famous for wood carving, so almost the whole village is one large craft shop.

    Woodcarving is a skill given by the Gods to the people of the village and transmitted from generation to generation. Originally the woodcarvers were all Brahmins who worked only on ritual or courtly projects. During the centuries, different syles of woodcarving have developed. The tourist boom started mostly in the 1970's.

    What to buy: All kinds of objects are made: masks, sculptures, bowls, etc. Different kinds of wood such as ebony and sandalwood are used for carving (but be careful, cheap products are not made from precious wood: the desired dark colour is often the result of the careful application of black shoe shine - you can smell it).

    What to pay: All kinds of prices - bargaining is a must

    Masks
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    The Discovery Shopping Mall: Western style shopping mall

    by fachd Updated Dec 16, 2010

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    You don’t have bargaining skills. Well, do your shopping at one of the largest shopping mall in Bali and it is strictly fix price, no bargaining here. It is a western style shopping mall. There are many retail outlets selling from handicrafts, batiks, paintings to well known brands from overseas. Inside the mall there are restaurants and cafes. Outside the mall facing the beach there are also restaurants and cafes, we had refreshment in one of the outside restaurants.

    The Discovery Mall Inside the mall One of the restaurant outside the mall
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    Indonesian Currency: I am a millionaire!

    by Callavetta Written Oct 27, 2010

    Indonesian currency reminds me of Italy before the Euro, when 2,000 lire equalled one dollar. When I went to pay for my Visa, the agent told me $25 USD or 222,000 Indonesian. So a 100,000 glass of wine seems like a fortune, and the million I took from the ATM made me feel wealthy, but it took a lot of those 50,000 bills to pay my $25 USD visa!

    I'm a millionaire!

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    Doctor Ita!: ...please make me beautiful!!

    by balisunshine Updated Mar 21, 2010

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    If you would like to include
    an uplifting beauty treatment while in Bali,
    then paying a visit to Dr. Ita may be a choice.

    She has a clean office
    located on Petitenget
    in the Seminyak area.
    This licensed aesthetic consultant
    is one of my favorites!

    Her treatments include:

    Derma RF – 500,000 Rp

    Fruit Acid Peeling for the Face – 200,000 Rp

    Crystal Microdermabrasion – 350,000 Rp

    BOTOX – 80,000 Rp per unit

    Restylane Filler

    Mesotherapy

    Acne Peels – 200,000 Rp

    and other treatments are available.

    Dr. Made Ita
    Aesthetic Consultant & General Practitioner
    Jl. Petitenget Gg Cendrawasih No. 2
    Tel. 0361-964 9118 / 081 558 185 701
    E-mail: madeita_misitahari@yahoo.com

    Dr. Ita

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    Sukawati Art Market: Cheap Shopping

    by sangria07 Written Aug 16, 2009

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    Sukawati is a traditional market selling local arts and crafts as well as clothes. This is possibly the best place to source souvenirs for your Bali trip. Starting prices here are much lower compared to Ubud market and other places that your tour might take you to. Remember though that the prices stated are by no means what you should pay for. When in Bali, you really need to hone your bargaining/haggling skills!

    There are many stalls selling the same stuff so competition between the stall owners are steep. Don't be surprised to find yourself surrounded by a few of them pleading with you to buy their wares. I even had a couple paw at me. Nothing to worry about though - they are not abusive or anything like that. Be polite but firm in saying "No"

    If you are claustrophobic like me, you might have a bit of problems staying in there for too long. The walkway inside the market is extremely narrow and wares fill every corner from floor to ceiling!

    What to buy: Frangipani oils or incense. It's not easy to find this elsewhere. If you like the scent, stock up on it.

    Sundresses and sarongs! Not exactly the best quality but at those rock bottom prices, you can afford to get numerous colours and designs! Make sure you try the dresses / t-shirts on though because the stated sizes mean absolutely nothing.

    What to pay: Whatever price you are quoted, know that you can bargain right down to a quarter of the price or even less! Not a great haggler myself, I was proud at being able to bring the price down by 50% when I first started shopping ... only to be cornered by another stall owner after my purchase and offered the same item at a much lower price! Don't be shy to start your bargaining at an extremely low price. One method is to walk away after bargaining if they refuse to come down to your price. Chances are they'll come after you with the item in a plastic bag and saying "Ok, ok" agreeing to your proposed price.

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    Rituals: Rituals

    by SFHulaGIrl Written Jun 23, 2009

    Rituals is unique in that it's both a coffee shop/restaurant with a beauty salon upstairs. It's large & modern.

    What to pay: I stopped by to have my hair colored (450,000 IDR) & blow dried/ironed (100,000 IDR).

    I thought it very expensive for Bali, but service was good.

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    Demon Tattoo: Tattoo Me!

    by SFHulaGIrl Written Apr 30, 2009

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    It was my last night in Bali & I was determined to get another tattoo. Around 8:15 p.m. on a Sunday night, we cruised past this shop on our motorbike. We stopped to ask how late they were open (10:00 p.m.), then proceeded to pull out my tattoo design & bargain over a price. Once a price was decided upon, we gave Made time to draw up the design while we located an ATM. My tattoo took about 45 minutes for him to do. Made is a self-proclaimed Harley-Davidson aficionado & a way cool guy to boot.

    What to buy: Body art, of course!

    What to pay: Bargain hard!

    Getting Inked!
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    Hotel Kumala Pantai Salon & Spa: Hotel Kumala Pantai Salon & Spa

    by SFHulaGIrl Written Apr 30, 2009

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    A very nice salon & spa housed inside a huge high-end hotel. I ended up here because Brielle Spa was too busy to take me.

    What to buy: I had a 1/2 hour foot massage (71,000 rp) & a Biokos Aloe Vera facial (125,000 rp), both of which were given to me at the same time. I then ended with a hair wash & blow dry (75,000 rp) by the very charming, Shy. The foot massage didn't blow me away, by any means, but I have no complaints about the other two treatments.

    What to pay: ! one-hour body massage is 159,000 rp; 1 1/2 hour body massage is 205,000 rp; aromatherapy massage is 215,000 rp; highlighting is 399,000 rp to 569,000 rp; waxing is 55,000 rp to 175,000 rp; manicures & pedicures from 62,000 rp to 109,000 rp.

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    AU$ at an exchange rate of 8.850: What To Pay!! Accessories

    by Poquita Updated Aug 25, 2008

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    Beach Towels Small Rp25,000 $2.82
    Bead Necklace Rp5,000 $0.56
    Belt, Leather Rp15,000 $1.69
    Belt, Leather, studded Rp50,000 $5.65
    Caps Rp10,000 $1.13
    Earrings Rp5,000 $0.56
    Leather Bags Rp132,758 $15.00
    Louis Vitton Handbag Rp55,000 $6.21
    Louis Vitton Handbag Rp70,000 $7.91
    Louis Vitton Large Overnight Bag Rp180,000 $20.34
    Men's leather Billabong wallet Rp10,000 $1.13
    Necklace, beaded or polished shell Rp5,000 $0.56
    Necklace, beaded or polished shell Rp10,000 $1.13
    Perfumes Black Market Rp15,000 $1.69
    Sunglasses brand name copies Rp15,000 $1.69
    Sunglasses brand name copies Rp25,000 $2.82
    Watches, battery powered brand name copies Rp20,000 $2.26
    Watches, battery powered brand name copies Rp35,000 $3.95
    Watches, self-wind, brand name copies Rp70,000 $7.91
    Watches, self-wind, brand name copies Rp90,000 $10.17

    What to pay: AU$ at an exchange rate of 8850.5

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    KRISNA BALI: OLEH-OLEH KHAS BALI

    by markbank Updated Aug 10, 2008

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    THIS SHOP LIKE A MALL WHICH IS PROVIDE ANYTHING ABOUT BALI TO BRING HOME,,,THIS SHOP HAS FIXED PRICE BUT MOSTLY THE ITEM HERE BELOW RPH30,000,,,,,,,,,,

    What to buy: CLOTHS, ART AND CRAFT, KEY CHAIN, FOODS,,,,,IT SUITABLE FOR FRIENDS GIFT.....

    What to pay: MOSTLY ITEM BELOW RPH30,000 AND FIXED PRICE

    SHOP FRONTAGE
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    CANDI KUNING MARKET: HOME OF FRUITS AND VEGETABLES

    by markbank Updated Aug 10, 2008

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    Located in Bedugul, Candi Kuning Market provides fresh fruits, vegetables, spices, and such exotic flowers as delicate orchids and roses, creating an array of wonderful colors. Spices include nutmeg, pepper, paprika and turmeric. A wide variety of fresh fruit and vegetables can be found here, as well as jeruk bali (pomelo), strawbery, grape, markisa and durian.

    What to buy: strawbery
    salak
    kitchen tools
    flowers
    every kind of vegetables

    What to pay: must bargain but normally below rph15,000/kg

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    PASAR SENI GUWANG SUKAWATI: LOCAL AND ARTS PRODUCT ( CHEAP)

    by markbank Written Aug 6, 2008

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    HERE OFFER LOTS OF CRAFTS, CLOTHES, HOME FURNISHING, PAINTING ETC

    What to buy: CRAFTS, CLOTHES, HOME FURNISHING, PAINTING ETC

    What to pay: DEPEND ON YOUR BARGAIN SKILL,,,TRY TO BARGAIN TO 70% FROM PRICE,,,PRICE HERE BETTER THAN KUTA ART MARKET BUT THE QUALITY I DON'T KNOW WHICH BETTER,,,

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    JLN GENTONG - TEGALLALANG STREET BAZAAR: ART MARKET & LOCAL PRODUCTS

    by markbank Written Aug 6, 2008

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    THIS AREA HAVE LOTS OF SHOP ALONG JLN GENTONG TO TEGALLALANG,,,MAYBE NOT THE PRIME AREA BUT THE PRODUCT ALSO GOOD AND CHEAP

    What to buy: PAINTING, RATTAN PRODUCT, BEADS, WOOD CARVING ETC.

    What to pay: DEPEND TO THE PRODUCT BUT HERE THE PRICE START AROUND RPH5000 ABOVE.

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    Wholesalers, Department Stores, Larger Sizes etc

    by Poquita Written Jul 28, 2008

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    Name of Shop Address What they have Notes
    Tiara Grosir supermarket Jl Teuku Umar, Denpasar, West side Wholesale warehouse
    Alfa Supermarket Jl Imam Bonjol, Denpasar Large warehouse Bulk purchase not necessary
    Kereng Bemo station Denpasar Night market For locals but tourist welcomed and very cheap
    Macro SuperStore By Pass between the Simpang Siur roundabout and Sanur Wholesale warehouse Rp5,000 entrance fee. No children allowed. Allow for 10% tax and cost of bags at the check out
    Matahari 117 Jl Raya Legian Department Store
    Chitra Jl Legian No439 Larger sizes
    Big Is Good No. 16 Jl. Padma, Legian Larger sizes
    SuperNova department store Jl Raya Kuta in Legian Department Store
    Deka Graffika Down a lane off Jalan Padma, not far from Melasti corner, heading towards Rama Gardens Business cards, letterheads, labels, stickers, paper & plastic bags, tshirts, brochures, ubby coolers
    Istana CD Kuta Galeria complex PC Programs
    Amimale 82 Jl Raya Kuta Brand name outlet Seconds and excess stock
    Bali Boxes Jl Dyana Pura 4, Kuta Gift Boxes
    Big Buy Bakungsari Jl Bakungsari Noss Kuta Brand name outlet
    R2U (Ready to Use) Jl Merta Nadi No77X, Kuta 'Packed to the ceiling with shoes'. Same with handbags next door, and ask to see the beaded shawls too.
    Seashell Shop Jl Raya Kuta No37 Sizes up to 4XL
    Geneva Handicraft Centre No100 Jl Raya Kerobokan Wholesale warehouse
    Aman Shop Jl Raya Seminyak No 38 Mirrors
    Jacques Ruc Jl Raya Seminyak No54-56 Larger sizes, fixed price
    Phone Ketut 082 361 3573 Business cards (plastic or paper, check), stickers, labels, T-shirts
    Mutiara Jl Raya, Ubud Larger sizes
    Real Bodies Jl Hanuman, Ubud Larger sizes

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