At the first time arrive Bali, what comes into mind would be the holiday and travelling to see some cultural sites or rice fields in the villages. Or maybe Bali is identically as a ceremony island and island of the God. On the other hand travelling to Bali is not complete without souvenirs to your home country. There are several places that become the souvenirs centre in Bali, stretching from Kuta area to the Gianyar regency. These places are also selling small cute Handy crafts, silver products, linen into big ones. The models are also varied from animated handy craft into imaginative ones. The prices are also affordable and can be said competitive. Almost every place in Bali area has the souvenirs shop. Let’s say, the heart of Kuta, Ubud, Denpasar, as tourism objects, these places have a lot of shops selling souvenirs for you to check out. This article will cover the shops description for you to know. Will be easy when you come to Bali and you have enough information of these shops to visit or to purchase some good things.
From the modern outlet, then we move to the traditional market for souvenirs. Traditional markets in Bali are associated with heat, crowded and squeeze. Well, the description is a hundred percent right. Sukawati market, located in Gianyar, Sukawati . The market opens since 1980 and many foreigners love this heaven since there are wide selections to pick. It feels like jumping into a big container of stuff you really want. Get some at a cheap price and do a little bargain for more fun. This is the centre of souvenirs product in Bali.
Jump a little after Sukawati market to the centre of Ubud. The only one market in Ubud is Ubud market. Strategically located across the Ubud palace, the traditional market is crowed by tourists coming from all over the world. Everyday is another excitement for the vendors to offer their products. Bussed are lining up to contribute traffic jam around the market area. However, this doesn’t influence the willingness of the tourists to jump in and get involved in bargaining the stuff they want to take home. The market has almost all things you think of; started from dresses, bed cover, kitchen tools from coconut shell, silver products, linen, silk fabric, sculpture, leather products, etc. Bargaining is almost possible to be made to all vendors.
Located in the centre of Denpasar city, the market is always an eye catchy place to go. Get the latest souvenir products at the competitive price here. The products offer are no different from what available at Ubud market. Only the locations set the difference. The Badung market is not only has souvenirs to sell but also various items for kitchen tools and ceremonial items.
Krishna is a big company with outlets around Bali area. This brand is owned by a Balinese named Gusti Ngurah Anom. Many souvenirs selection to choose and the price is cheap; such as: T-Shirt, handy craft, bed cover, bag, silver product, sculpture, Balinese woven cloth and others. The price range is from IDR 45.000,- up to IDR 150.000,-.
Willing to try a bite of Indonesian snack? Here is the place for famous snack called Pia. Established in 1996 by Hentje, the selling has been raised up from year to year. The demand has been drastically increasing. The one and only outlet is By Pass Ngurah Rai is always flocked by tourists. Three flavors from Pia Legong can be tasted are the Mung bean Pia, Cheese Pia and Chocolate Pia. It depends on your flavor and favorite.
Joger is a famous local clothing brand. It is well known for the words formation creativity. The clothing comes with the writing which is identically with funny words in Indonesian. The Indonesian owned company was established in 1981 in Kuta. The factory has been developed into a huge profit company in Bali. The outlet sells many items apart from T-Shirt such as accessories, sandals, mugs, key chains, clocks and wall papers. This place is always full of people especially tourists both domestic and international who wish to buy unique stuffs as their souvenirs for the beloved ones and friends. Going back a bit to the history of Joger, the outlet is owned by Mr. Joseph Theodorus Wuliandi. The name of Joger is taken from; “Jo” is taken from his first name (Joseph) and “ger” is taken from his friend’s name (Gerhard Seeger).
Last but not least, happy shopping for you when visiting Bali!