Shopping in Legian
Batik Beach Towels at Miss Ketut’s – Garlic Lane Legian
Mimco Wallets & Handbags
Wayan Budiasa will come to your Hotel, Villa or Resort. Wayan does not have a shop.
For your special occasion in Bali. Call Ni Made Kasni (Sari Bunga Florist) 036 188 244 77 or visit them in Rum Jungle Road Legian. On the your left on the bend before Legian Road.
Cucumber Shop Legian – out the front of Je Je Hotel. Mention Bali Buddy!
Harry Potter as he is known works out the front of the Ramada Legain or can be contacted thru my friend Mon. He has a great range of watches at cheap prices. Mention Bali Buddy.
Personally I say buy them before you go. However, the teens may pick up a pair or two at the surf outlets and for the older girls Made Ari at Cucumber Shop has a nice full piece or tankini range (made to order) out the front of Je Je Hotel near Spider Bar. Padma Utara Legian.
Phone 081 236 839 52 or 036 199 432 63 or email email@example.com and mention Bali Buddy.
Best Supermarket in Legain (Mumma Wayans)
Sadly Mumma passed away in 2018. Directly opposite The Melasti Hotel Mumma Wayans Supermarket is the best value in town. A little dusty and smelly but great prices. Also sells beautiful local incense, kinstrip (clothing ironing spray), local medications & satay blocks. Mr Pea peanuts, Stop Cold & all Bali Medications.
Around the corner on your right from Kumala Pantai Hotel. Different Design Dresses at great Prices.
Phone +62 813 530 980 75
Fixed Price Jewellery
Abe has a great fixed price business. Make sure you say you read about him on the BB. He will look after you. 20,000 / $2 on Legian Street.
Phone 081 338 098 189 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Opposite Tommy’s Cafe set back off the street. You need to rummage a bit but great pieces.
Balinese Gift Cards
At Tommys Cafe Legian they are made from the Bali Street Kids and are very special.
The teenagers love them (get Wayan Tattoo. See under best driver in Bali) he knows where all the sales are Billabong, Rip Curl, Roxy, Volcom, Sports-ware House are all on the Bypass. Be prepared to spend some time sifting through, and keep your eyes on the prices.
Miss Ketuts (Garlic Lane Legian)
I love Ketut’s as it is a set price shop for all the family. Deck the kids out in one go for 35,000–45,000 per item / $4-$5. You will find everything from dresses, Nick knacks, Tees, shorts, singlets, tops and more. You will be greeted with a ice bottle of water which is a nice gesture and makes you feel comfortable. Make sure you tell Miss Ketut you read about her on the Bali Buddy and Niki.
Miss Yantis/Miss Debbies
Opposite Miss Ketuts in Garlic Lane (right down the end of the gang) once again a one price shop. Miss Yantis/Miss Debbies has great Billabong and RipCurl mens collared shirts and much more.
Rum-jungle Road near Aqua Hotel. Tony has some great prices and will also get you stock in on request. Great walk shorts for the men, Billabong and RipCurl collared shirts and the Prada and YSL trolley hand luggage.
Mira Shop (Leather)
Leather Taylor Erroll is amazing, his shoes, bags, coats, wallets have to be one of the best in Bali. Great Prices JI Padma Utara No 2 Legian (next door to the Fairy shop and Sammies Warung) email@example.com. Love my handbags and boots from here. Mention Bali Buddy.
Leather Handbags Tommy’s (Padma St Legian)
The Best Leather handbags in Bali. Opposite Posers Bar. You wont get better. Closed on Sundays.
Clothing Shrek Shop
The old Shrek DVD shop – Shrek Shop in Padma Utara Legian was where his DVD Shop used to be. Good prices and good quality stock. Mention Bali Buddy.
Benesari Lane. Cheapest Hatten 2 litre wine (Plaga Wine), water & spirits. They will home deliver as well.
Call Amy on 081 797 891 92
234 Sandal Shop
Opposite gang 9 Garlic Lane Legian. Great prices – mention Bali Buddy!
In Garlic Lane Legian as you enter Garlic Lane from Padma St – 3rd shop on the right.
Great for Frozen dresses, etc – Fixed prices, all things kids. Mention Bali Buddy!
Queen Collection Shoe & Sandal Shop
Diagonally opposite Three Brothers Hotel on Padma Ultara. Please mention Bali Buddy…
Need Leather, a good Taylor, swimwear made to order? Pop in and See Made At Fortuna Shop – Made is also the owner of Cucumber Shop. Fortuna is on Padma Utara Legian – out the front of the Je Je Hotel. Mention Bali Buddy. My new dresses that were made are perfection.
Ketut Wood Carving
Had the pleasure of meeting the beautiful Ketut – Ketut will come to your hotel or villa so you can order Wood Signs.
Prices Start from $30 depending on the size and the amount of letters. OVERNIGHT SERVICE.
All treated wood and sealed.
Ketut runs a fabulous business and service – mention The Bali Buddy.
Widia – Home-wares / Summa Summa Shop
Padma Ultara. Opposite the Y Bar.
Please mention Bali Buddy – Widia is a beautiful lady with fixed priced home-wares at reasonable prices. If your looking for something show her a photo & she will try her best to find it for you.
Oi Oi in Garlic Lane Legian – right next to Legends Bar .. AC with fabulous new different stock .. – the fabrics are Devine .. Fixed price – also made to order and wholesale .. Pop in and see Made and Martina .. Mention Bali Buddy …
Garlic Lane Shopping
Garlic Lane in Bali is named after a restaurant of the same name on Jalan Sahadewa, one of the out-of-the-way and narrow side streets off Legian’s main roads. This 200-metre-long route provides you with a lot of variety, comprising art shops,fashion boutiques, woodcarving galleries and others. The lane forms part of regular shopping walks through Legian, connecting the restaurant-lined Jalan Padma and the Merta Nadi Art Market on Jalan Melasti.
Most consider the Garlic Lane shopping street scene to be better than Kuta’s and it’s the first street you can conveniently walk to from the end of Poppies Lane after leaving the beach. By not being on the main road, you can often find better bargains here. Souvenir items are pretty much the same variety as any other art market in Bali: paintings, woven and batik table runners, miniature Balinese mask fridge magnets.
Some shops offer fixed (but reasonable) prices, while others are simply places to put your Bali bargaining skills to the test. Several shops stay open until late at night, while others close right after sunset.