10 Best Shopping in Legian

Best Places to Shop in Legian

Legian is one of Bali’s most popular beach resort areas where you will find rows of small shops along its main stretch and various lanes, offering a variety of art items and trinkets, as well as brightly coloured tropical wear right down to cheap counterfeit brand items. Fashion boutiques line the main Jalan Legian, and one recommended starting point is the junction at Jalan Melasti, where you will also find the sprawling Mertanadi Art Market.

The three kilometre-long route is best explored on foot, as those visiting this area will easily find themselves popping into one shop after another – each featuring a different set of items and price tags. Nevertheless, most aren’t tagged whatsoever, so be prepared to put your bargaining skills to the test. We've scanned and surveyed the best of the best, and now present you with the top 10 places to shop til you drop up in Legian.

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    Jalan Legian

    Jalan Legian is the primary walking street of the second most popular beach resort area after Kuta, lined with a huge variety of shops, bars, hotels and clubs. In fact, the street forms a long stretch connecting Kuta and Seminyak. Several alleys and side streets, including Poppies Lane (I and II) and Jalan Sahadewa (aka 'Garlic Lane') branch off to the beach from this one-way street that runs north to south. Both sides feature footpaths making ‘Jalan Raya Legian’, as it is referred to by locals, or ‘Downtown Legian’ by regular holidaymakers, a great walk for both shoppers by day, and night owls after sunset. Read More...

    • Opening Hours: 09:00 – 21:00
    • Location: Jalan Arjuna 1A, Legian Kaja, Legian
    • Tel: +62 (0)361 730 903
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    Connecting the famous Legian streets of Jalan Padma and Jalan Melasti is Jalan Sahadewa, otherwise popularly known as Garlic Lane, after a restaurant down the narrow lane. Jalan Sahadewa is lined with many small shops selling a huge variety of items, from souvenirs to clothing. Some offer fixed (but reasonable) prices, and others are simply places to put your Bali bargaining skills to the test.

    You are welcome to just enter and have a look, go out and pop into another next door to find one that suits you best. Jalan Sahadewa is best explored on foot despite an absence of decent footpaths, and some parts of the road are quite crammed with parked scooters. Read More...

    • Opening Hours: 08:00 – 21:00
    • Location: Jalan Sahadewa, Legian
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    Merta Nadi Art Market is one of the many local art markets in Bali where you can find almost everything from fake Ray-Bans and Rolexes to the popular Bintang beer shirts and singlets. You can also pick up some great souvenirs for the folks back home - and these are not just limited to typical Balinese arts and crafts. You will also find art items in the style of other areas such as Javanese wayang puppets and Borneo tribal woodcarvings. Most don’t have any price tags, so take a careful look at the things you want to buy, and bargain hard. Read More...

    • Opening Hours: 09:00 - 21:00
    • Location: Jalan Melasti, Legian
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    Rip Curl’s signature store in Legian is often referred to as ‘The Curl’. The store is one of the biggest surf shops in the area, and offers a great variety of top-rank surf gear from boards and rashguards to wrist watches and board wax. Head up to the second floor and you will find some exciting discounted items. Whether you’re a die-hard surfer or just in for some quality brand fashion items, the shop is a great stopover while roaming the southern end of Jalan Legian. There’s also a cafe inside serving healthy salads, sandwiches, juices and coffees, providing an ideal place to shop, refuel and hang out. Read More...

    • Opening Hours: 10:00 – 22:00
    • Location: Jalan Legian Kelod 191
    • Tel: +62 (0)361 765 889
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    Kuta Beachwalk

    Kuta Beachwalk is a fresh addition to Kuta’s leisure alternatives. Occupying 3.7 hectares of land and a 250-meter street side near the end of Jalan Pantai Kuta, this striking complex houses numerous shops, restaurants and entertainment facilities boasting international brands and franchises. The Beachwalk is a first for Bali, sporting a unique design that is to some extent a major departure from the typical mall.

    A two-storey underground parking space for up to a thousand vehicles makes up for this position on one of Bali’s most packed streets. It aims to become a leading destination, and has received a steady flow of local and international visitors since its opening mid 2012. Beachwalk complements the four-star Harris Resort Kuta Beach next door and the upcoming five-star Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort. Read More...

    • Opening Hours: Daily from 10.00–22.00
    • Location: Jalan Pantai Kuta, Kuta
    • Tel: +62 (0)361 846 4 888
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    Bali Brasco

    Bali Brasco

    Bali Brasco features a fashion department filled with global products for men, women and kids, as well as a full-fledged spa and a dining outlet on Sunset Road in Kuta. Bali has no shortage of shops housing famous fashion brands, but only few offer one-stop experiences for visitors under a single roof, offering more than just shopping like Bali Brasco. 

    Bali Brasco comprises a large block on Kuta’s western end of Sunset Road that is easy to spot, and offers an escape from the busy streets and the souvenir shops and art markets. Since its launch in late 2011, Bali Brasco has steadily gained popularity due to the cut-price items and convenience it offers.

    • Opening Hours: Mon - Sun 10:00 - 21:00
    • Location: Jalan Sunset Road BB8, Kuta
    • Tel: +62(0)361 894 755 2
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    Biasa Bali

    Biasa Bali

    As one of the most popular Bali-based designer labels, Biasa is both for ladies and men seeking easy and cool clothing that is both fashionable and ideal for the tropics. Biasa’s high-end Seminyak flagship store boasts two levels; the first highlights collections for ‘her’, including matching accessories such as lightweight shawls, scarves, belts and handbag varieties, while the upper level has a range of items for ‘him’.

    Biasa, meaning ‘ordinary’ in the local tongue, boldly contradicts its name through its out-of-the-ordinary designs. The boutique stocks unique pieces, incorporating light and top quality cotton, linen and silk. Soft fabrics merge into fine individual pieces based on the sketches and cuts of founding designer, Susanna Perini.

    • Location: Jalan Raya Seminyak 36, Seminyak
    • Tel: +62(0)361 730 308
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    Bamboo Blonde

    Bamboo Blonde presents a colourful fashion line for young ladies, featuring both international labels and its own. At the Legian store, you’ll find bright and quirky interiors, with outsized mirrors and old-fashioned stools, to fanciful art pieces that adorn its walls and displays. In between are a collection of sexy evening dresses, casual jumpsuits, playsuits, harem pants, light tops, tunic tanks and others.

    Designed and manufactured by an Australian lead fashion team, Bamboo Blonde's designs are unique, funky and always up-to-date. Other international brands featured at the store that you won't find stocked anywhere else include Mink Pink, Staple, Evil Twin, Quay Eyewear, Adorne Accessories, Pink Stitch and others. Read More...

    • Opening Hours: 09:00 - 21:00
    • Location: Jalan Raya Legian 154, Legian
    • Tel: +62 361 751667
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    Surfer Girl Flagship Store

    Surfer Girl Flagship Store

    Surfer Girl’s flagship store on the Legian main street is a bright and colourful all-girls surf shop that features T-shirts, tank tops, dresses, skirts, trousers, surfing rash vests, flip-flops, swimwear, bikinis and accessories to match. Surfer Girl's own brand products come in happy colours and feature a funky and cheerful cartoon design of the Surfer Girl characters namely Summer, Niki, Grinder and friends.

    You will also find inside a selection of dresses, bags, shoes and jeans from various popular brands, such as Roxy, Billabong and Rip Curl. Other notable Bali tropical wear brands include Bamboo Blonde and Body & Soul.

    • Opening Hours: 10:00 – 22:00
    • Location: Jalan Legian 138
    • Tel: +62 (0)361 752 693
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    Uluwatu, named after the cliff-edge temple on the Bukit peninsula in southern Bali, specialises in handmade Balinese lace. The predominantly white fashion dresses, ladies’ trousers and many other meticulously embroidered items are on display in its shop. Originally strictly just for ceremonial purposes among Indonesian women, lace became important as it was considered rare and almost gone for good.

    Uluwatu's product line includes nightwear, bed linens, table linens and many other household fabrics. It would be just the right way to enjoy the Island of Paradise with this kind of original style.

    • Opening Hours: 09:00 - 21:00
    • Location: Jalan Legian, Legian
    • Tel: +62 (0)361 751 933
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