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Seminyak Markets

1. Seminyak Square Markets
2. Double Six Street
3. Flea Market Oberoi
4. Pasar Badung Market
5. Kereneng Night Market
6. Sunday Market

The bustling, colourful markets in Seminyak
offer tourists the chance to carry back home the best memorabilias of their trip to Bali. Packed with a number of lively small and large shops, these markets are a paradise for shoppaholics. The active crowd and boisterous vibe of these markets motivate shoppers to take an extravagant shopping spree and explore the local produce.

From daily markets like Double Six Street and night markets like the Kereneng Night Market to weekly markets like the Sunday Market, you can find all kinds of beautiful open air shopping places in Seminyak. The flamboyant
Seminyak markets have shops selling all kinds of locally crafted products, starting from home decor items and furniture to clothing and fashion accessories. Furthermore, most of the markets offer products at cheap prices and there is always an excellent scope for bargaining.
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Seminyak Square Markets

The most popular markets in Seminyak, Seminyak Square is a two storey structure with shops lined up in a row on both floors that face out. Seminyak Square Shopping Mall also has a cute outdoor flea market. This market is only about 25 meters away from Seminyak Village. You can go boutique shopping, visit popular surfwear outlets, and eat at restaurants.

On both levels, there is a wide corridor in front of the ahois, as well as a green garden area for seating and relaxing. It's a great place to unwind and figure out how to get to your next destination. There is also free wifi for visitors as well as various shops on both the storeys.

Jl. Kayu Aya No.1, Seminyak, Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia

What to buy:
Sunglasses, accessories, homewares, maxi dresses

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Double Six Street

Also known as Jalan Arjuna, Double Six Street is one of the best markets in Seminyak. The majority of the street scene art depicts traffic and local businesses. Double Six Street sells a wide range of clothing, crochet items, leather items, and other accessories. There are restaurants on both sides of the street where you can enjoy a delicious meal while relaxing.

There are also some excellent sarong shops on the street, as well as some of the best fashion jewellery and bags. Without a doubt, it is one of the best shopping areas in Seminyak. The best part about the street is that it will take you directly to a beach where you can spend quality time with your family and make your trip more memorable.

What to buy:
Jewelry, handbags, leather products, clothes, accessories

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Flea Market Oberoi

For a truly relaxing shopping experience in Seminyak, visit the vast arena of various items ranging from clothing to shoes and bags. You can go for a walk and look for good clothes and similar items. The shops are organised in such a way that you can easily cover all of them in one visit. Prices are also very reasonable, and you can haggle.

This is also one of the best Seminyak markets to shop for excellent Beach and Summer collections. The product's quality is also excellent. This market can assist those who want to spend some relaxing time before their flight. The market is open every day and night of the week. As a result, visitors can feel free to browse and take their time finding items of interest.

Kayu Aya Square Oberoi, Jalan Kayu Aya, Seminyak, Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali, Indonesia

What to buy:
Clothing, bags, scarves, woollen garments

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Pasar Badung Market

One of the most-visited Seminyak markets, Pasar Badung Market is primarily a source of local souvenirs. The market is filled with stalls selling daily groceries as well as beautiful local handicrafts. This is an open air market where you can buy a variety of traditional to trendy items such as clothes, shoes, and bags, among other things.

The market has a variety of food stalls where you can satisfy your hunger with delectable local cuisine. You can also bargain in the stalls, and the market has a variety of low-cost options. The Pasar Badung market is open seven days a week, 24 hours a day, and there is no admission fee. This market is distinct in its own right. You could spend the entire day strolling around and visiting stalls. You can enjoy shopping with your friends and family.

Jl. Sulawesi No. 1,, Dangin Puri Kangin, Denpasar Utara, Kota Denpasar, Bali 80233, Indonesia

What to buy:
Fresh food, souvenirs, accessories, clothes, fabric

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Kereneng Night Market

One of the bustling markets in Seminyak, Kereneng Night Market is also considered to be a part of the nearby Ashoka market. This is where you'll find thriving night market scenes with throngs of visitors and food hawkers selling everything from chicken noodles to baso and satays. Some stalls also sell batik clothing, traditional utensils, a variety of tools, and a variety of other traditional items.

The market usually begins at 4:00 p.m. Famous babi guling roast pirk can be found here, as well as other muslim-javanese cuisine. Traditional snacks and desserts are also available in a wide range of flavours. The market at night is on another level. All of the restaurants and stalls are extremely crowded. People enjoy coming here to eat, relax, and shop for items.

Jalan Kamboja, East Denpasar

What to buy:
Batik clothes, traditional kitchen utensils, metal handicrafts, farming tools

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Sunday Market

The Sunday Market is regarded as one of the best markets in Seminyak to purchase Balinese souvenirs. The market has shops set up by local vendors, which sell handcrafted items made by them. The shopkeepers sell beautiful handmade jewellery, statues and idols of various Hindu lords, stitched scarfs, clothes, handmade leather bags, beach accessories, and thousands of other items.

The Sunday Market is unique in that none of the shops are similar to those found in Bali's other local markets. Some designers travel from Seminyak and Ubud to set up shop at the Sunday Market. The street is very vibrant and lively and you can also enjoy some tasty street food during your visit. The street also has dining and lodging options nearby as well as several tattoo parlours.

no, Jl. Padang Linjong No.39, Canggu, Kec. Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80351, Indonesia

What to buy:
Handmade jewelry, leather bags, clothing, beach accessories, scarves

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People Also Ask About Seminyak

  1. Which are the best Markets in Seminyak?

    1. Seminyak Square Market: One of the famous markets in Seminyak, the Seminyak Square Market is known for its high variety products availability. It has a collection of all stylish and trendy clothes ranging from dresses, jumpsuits, tops and kidswear. It is also a storehouse of fashionable accessories, house decor items at a much affordable price.

    2. Flea Market Oberoi: 
    Lined up with small shops, Flea Market Oberoi is one of the bargainer-friendly markets in Seminyak. This market has a decent collection of shops with trendy clothes and a variety of shops selling souvenirs and handicrafts.

    3. Double Six Street: 
    One of the most sought-after Seminyak markets, Double Six Street is well known for its bags, fashionable accessories, leather products, clothes and many more trendy items. This place also consists of shops selling trendy jewelleries by local goldsmiths and this street is directly joined to the sea.

    4. Kereneng Night Market:
    The best place for shopping for metal handicrafts, kitchen wares,groceries, farming tools and products, Kereneng Night Market is one of the most bustling Seminyak markets. You can also go to a few restaurants here that serve Nasi Babi Guling and Nasi Campur, the most famous balinese and japanese cuisines.

    5. Pasar Badung Market:
    Pasar Badung is a crowded place, most popular for its restaurants, cuisines, gift shops, clothes shops and many more.

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  2. What are the best things to buy in Seminyak?

    1. Furniture: Bali has the best collection of classic furniture collections with classy designs which can give your house a vintage charm. In addition to that they have traditional wall arts, handicrafts, antique furniture which are available in a super affordable price range too.

    2. Handicrafts:
    You can invest your money in the best crafted handicrafts of Bali, well known for its designs, intricacy, and terracotta decors. Available at such a reasonable price it can give your house a much classy and vintage look.

    3. Fragrances: Seminyak has the best collection of fragrant perfumes and body oils consisting of the smell of citrus,vanilla,pine and various other exotic species. They also have a good range of fragrant skincare and haircare which is famous among tourists.

    4. Clothing: Semniyak will give you a good range of clothing accessories if you like variety designs of clothing with good quality too. A number of international brands are present here where you can find high end fashionable clothing as well as local clothing in the streets too. You can invest in boho, traditional, chic, colourful prints and many other varieties of clothing.

    5. Jewellery:
    If you are a jewellery lover then it is your best place to go where you can find intricately carved silver and traditional balinese jewelleries. Jewellery is the product you can invest here and the skills of the goldsmiths won’t disappoint you in any way.

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  3. Which is the cheapest market in Seminyak?

    The Seminyak Market on Jalan Raya is one of the cheapest markets in Seminyak. The street is 1.8 kilometres long and features a variety of vibrant and lively shopping markets. This market sells a mix of traditional and modern artefacts, accessories, and clothing at budget friendly and bargainable prices.

    Also Read: Best Things to Do in Seminyak Beach

  4. What items are cheap in Seminyak?

    1. Handicrafts
    2. Streetwear
    3. Beachwear
    4. Jewellery
    5. Chocolates and Coffee
    6. Fragrances
    7. Bags
    8. Furniture
    9. Souvenirs

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  5. How to reach Seminyak?

    Seminyak is 11.2 kilometres from Denpasar's Rai International Airport. This place is connected to Denpasar and is easily accessible by public transportation. You can also rent a car or a bike to get to Semniyak.

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  6. What is the best time to visit Seminyak?

    The best months to visit Seminyak markets are May, June, and September. Although Seminyak is open to tourists all year round, these months are the best time to shop in the open markets as the weather is pleasant and warm.

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