The Jalan Raya Kerobokan shopping street attracts those looking for homeware, décor, furniture and art items in Bali. It has interconnecting side streets lined with rows of roadside shops selling antiques, glassware and statues of various shapes and sizes. You’ll also find a local market near the southwestern corner of the Petitenget-Kerobokan junction.
The junction that forms the southernmost end of Jalan Raya Kerobokan is a convergence of Sunset Road and the popular dining street of Jalan Kayu Aya (also called Jalan Laksmana or Oberoi Street). Most start at this main street of the Kerobokan area, which is conveniently a continuation of the northern end of the fashion boutique-lined Jalan Raya Seminyak.
From where Seminyak’s shopping street ends, head northwards to find some of Bali’s most popular shops. If you’re looking for swimwear, the flagship store of Bali-based Thaikila can be found along Jalan Raya Kerobokan. High-quality antiques and teakwood furniture are available at Warisan Living, a prominent brand in Bali since 1989.
Taman Sari Market is an all-day marketplace where you can get tropical fruits and vegetables at affordable prices. Stalls open at the break of dawn until evening. The market then takes on a local night market scene, with food carts selling bakso (meatball soup), grilled satay, and rice porridge.