Bali is perfect for watching incredible sunsets from unique bars, romantic vacations on cliff-top villas, or even unwinding within the island’s lush paradise.
However, wouldn’t you love the perfect outfit to go with those special occasions?
Well, thank goodness Bali’s also a treasure trove of fabulousness for fashionistas and clothes-crazed individuals.
Whether you’re there for a yoga retreat, a party or a romantic night out, the litany of chic shops and markets around the island have you covered.
So ladies, feel free to arrive with empty suitcases, and let us take you on some serious shopping business.
Join in the fun at Bali’s trendy weekend markets
1. Trendiest bazaar in Bali’s hipster district – Love Anchor
Canggu is hipster enough and you know it.
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If you walk along Jalan Batu Balong after the sun sets, you can’t miss this exciting Instagrammable market made up of a complex of restaurants, bars and shops, decorated with dreamy fairy lights and illuminated with a cheery vibe as the crowd pours in for their after-dinner drinks.
And on Sundays, the area is transformed into the most happening bazaar with pop-up stalls.
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Here, you can find trendy and whimsical island fashion, accessories, homeware, dreamcatchers, trinkets and even old school artwork. And if you keep an eye out enough, you can even discover some hidden gems for your kids.
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Or if you are here for a drink, don’t miss the daily Happy Hour!
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One tip from us – although this is one of Canggu’s most photogenic markets, the shopping here may be a little overpriced, but it’s worth a look (and many snaps!) if you haven’t been to Bali’s weekend bazaars before!
Address: Jl. Pantai Batu Bolong No.56, Canggu, North Kuta, Badung, Bali. Coordinates here.
Contact: +62 822 366 04648
Opening Hours: Daily, 9am to 9pm
Happy Hour: Daily 6pm to 7pm – Buy one get one free for all classic and signature cocktails
2. Weekend Vibes – Old Man’s Market
Did you think shopping at weekend markets are only a thing in Bangkok? Though not as vibrant, Bali’s very own Sunday markets are full of surf, sand and summer styles that will surprise you.
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Shopping doesn’t always have to be dash-and-run. Take the entire evening to browse through the lively marketplace with up to 150 stalls gathered at Old Man’s in Canggu, and make it as relaxed as you can – the Old Man really knows how to bring the party to the house.
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Get your hands on boho chic jewellery, fun beachwear, and (if you are health-conscious) some very sumptuous organic food. It’s a kind of hipster shopping gathering you wouldn’t want to miss!
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The market is a once-a-month affair, so check the dates on their Facebook page before you plan to go.
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Old Man’s Market
Address: Jalan Batu Bolong, Canggu · Badung, Bali, Indonesia
Opening Hours: Selected Weekends, 8am – 3pm
4. Flaunt like a peacock – The White Peacock Bali
Want to pretend you’re having an Indian summer in the deserts of America? Or how about a Shanghai summer clad in prints that resemble Chinese art? You can be all of these and more, whilst sporting clothes from The White Peacock Bali.
The items in the store is heart-stopping – and window shopping is not an option.
In fact, you can even get style inspiration from them through the way the store mannequins are styled with their comfortable and unique clothes. Just look at the crochet ensemble they have on sale, or the caramel dress paired with a matching accessory.
And if you feel like experimenting with their clothes, you can mix and match the way they do it as well. The clothing items are on the rack can be super random, but you’ll never know what treasure you might find here.
Don’t worry about looking for your favorite color in the rack of summer dresses. They’ve got that covered for you. From bright colors to pastel ones, they have it all in store.
Vibrance and life is an understatement when it comes to the spring kaftans on sale. They’ve got it in neutral or wild prints, so go enjoy the Bali breeze in these dresses.
Lastly, don’t let the Bali sun get to you, with their handmade Panama hats. It has a tattered canvas brim and is available in neutral colors so you can wear it with any outfit.
Whatever it is that you’re looking for, The White Peacock Bali has got you covered.
The White Peacock Bali
Address: 1X Jalan Kayu Jati Seminyak Bali
5. Get lost in a bikini wonderland: Thaikila Bikinis Bali (formerly Blue Glue)
You can never have too many bikinis! French brand, Thaikila Bikinis Bali, is known for the largest and most varied collection of swimwear for all ages and sizes.
No matter your body shape or lifestyle, you’ll definitely find one that makes you feel sexy and confident.
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From hand-sewn embellishments to cotton fabrics, you’ll find all sorts of styles to complement your mood or occasion.
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Whether you’re feeling glamourous or in the mood for retro-chic, we bet you’ll find a piece (or more) that you’ll love to bits.
Thaikila Bikinis Bali Flagship store (formerly Blue Glue)
Address: Jl. Raya Kerobokan (end of Sunset Road), Bali
Price Range: From $5 to $250
Opening Hours: 9am to 9pm daily
6. Into the heart of a Brazilian soul: Sabia
Channel your soul through a range of Sabia Design’s beachwear that not only sports classic elegance but also a defying sense of rebelliousness.
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Here, the floaty dresses are designed to empower women to feel comfortable in their own skin, while giving off a whiff of sexiness.
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Complementing the dresses is also a selection of must-have delicate jewelry you’ll definitely want to check out.
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Ribbons and lace; sweet and seductive pieces: it’s time to put together that stunning outfit, that will look perfect whether by the infinity-edge pool or by the sparkling shore.
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Address: Jl. Raya Seminyak, No. 44B, Seminyak
Opening Hours: 9am to 9pm daily
Whimsical island homeware for your nest!
7. Stop and smell the roses – Rose Avenue Bali
You don’t have to like floral prints and roses to want to visit Rose Avenue. Known for its rose-laden facade (and we’re talking about a wall full of red and pink roses), Rose Avenue offers beautiful homeware items from a pineapple shaped bottle opener to rattan swings.
So if you’re new in Bali and are shopping for home items, drop by this store and simply be stunned by everything.
Want to take a sweet Instagram selfie with a bed of roses as your backdrop? You’ll be able to do that if you visit Rose Avenue.
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Another thing to note? Their paper bags have “Stop and smell the roses” written all over them. And why wouldn’t you? If you aren’t drawn by this unique facade, we don’t know what else will. Shopping will literally be a walk in the park.
If you think that pastel is the only color palette Rose Avenue has. You’re wrong. They have neon colors, as seen in their flamingo coat/towel hook – and in the apples, pineapples, and other tropical fruits that can be used as decorations or paper holders.
You can even get design inspiration through their dining table set-up, or pick through the different types of dinnerware, placemats, table cloths, and anything you fancy.
Even if you’re just looking for one eccentric piece, such as a rattan swing, or a bright pink chair that opens up like a flower – you’ll definitely be in the right place.
Rose Avenue Bali
Price: $2.50 to $300 (approximately Rp. 38,000 to Rp. 4,565,325)
Address: No. 44B, Jalan kayu Aya, Seminyak, Bali 80361
Opening Hours: 9am to 10pm
8. Trina + Annette = Triette Store
From the store’s name itself, you’ll know that this place was built on friendship and love, and so are the items on their shelves. That’s why there’s just so much warmth and cosiness when you step in and take a look inside their stores.
From left to right: Batu Belig branch, Kiosk at Seminyak Village Mall (Photo via Hello Bali Magazine
(Yes, they have a branch in Batu Belig and kiosk at the Seminyak Village Mall!)
You know that you’re definitely in Bali with the truly Indonesian prints on their designs. Just look at these cushions! These prints are not just on the pillows, you’ll also find them on Dhurrie cotton handloom clutches, Kantha quilts, placemats, and so much more.
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And if you’re looking for floor decor that won’t break even if you stumble upon it when you get home tipsy one weekend, then those Bali ducks are for you. If you fancy more fowls in your home, try the bird of luck decor that’s made of cloth. You won’t go wrong with something that can be washed and is unbreakable.
If you think this store only caters to the feminine homemaker, think again. There’s nothing like manly vintage posters and world maps to be given to your bachelor friends, or even to your significant other.
Triette store doesn’t just offer homewares, in fact, they also have their own jewellery line and sell child items such as clothes and accessories. So if you want to get a lot of shopping done in one trip, this store is your go-to shop.
Address: 88 Jalan Batu Belig, Bali
Contact: +62 896-6953-5729
Opening Hours: 10:00 am – 6:00 pm