A part from the natural wonders, this island also attracts people with fascinating and irresistible buys. That’s right, Bali has become a shopper’s paradise on top of everything else with boutiques, local markets and artisanal products on offer. If you’re one for a more cosmopolitan experience however, we’ve listed out the best Bali shopping malls , each with big-name brands, national shopping goods, boutiques, cinemas and more. A taste of the city in Bali.
To see what tenants each of these Bali shopping malls have, make sure check their websites directly.
Set over eight hectares in the neighbourhood of international five-star hotels, Bali collection interior features numerous tenants while the exterior boasts of Balinese architecture. Offering various places to eat and lounges to chill out, you can also hunt for international and national luxury fashion brands, exotic traditional handicraft and souvenirs.
From children’s to adults’ clothing, from active sportswear to surf apparels, all are laid out through navigable sections and spaces. You will also find some exquisite jewellery shops, a number of supermarkets, departmental stores, spas and salons. Rejuvenate yourself with shopping and dining, or simply spend some leisure time strolling around the spacious complex and engage in some window shopping for a change. This is definitely one-stop shopping for anyone.
A : ITDC area, Nusa Dua, South Kuta, Badung
T : +62 361 771662
W : www.bali-collection.com
Occupying 3.7 hectares of land and a 250-meter street side near the end of Kuta Beach, the Beachwalk Mall is a striking complex with its attractive shopping and dining destinations which draws many visitors. This mall is an easy wander from the beach with its interiors full of ponds and running water, making it a ideal retreat from the coastal heat.
It represents a complete boutique shopping experience with the price range on the luxurious side of all popular brands. The dining options are numerous and satiate all types of cuisine, including an Indonesian-style food market Eat & Eat at the top floor. Envisioned as a family and weekend destination, Beachwalk boasts a dedicated kids’ play centre, the Miniapolis Bali, where the kids can have a ball. Beachwalk Bali is also home to a Cineplex XXI , one of Bali’s few cinemas.
Beachwalk (has Movie Theatre)
A : Jalan Pantai Kuta, Kuta, Badung
T : +62 361 8464888
W : www.beachwalkbali.com
A modern-glass and light-infused structure, Seminyak Village is a fashionable shopping and dining enclave in the Seminyak district that attracts hordes of visitors. More than 60,000 square feet spread over two levels with a glass skylight flooding the place in natural sunlight, this is a fashionista-on-vacation dream come true.
The underlying theme is one of a resort chic with over 30 shops and an access of 100 brands on offer. When it comes to wining and dining, there are plenty of cafes and restaurants in the mall offering organic cuisine to hand-made ice-cream. The highlight of the mall is the Indonesian Emporium, delivering visitors an exquisite collection of local Balinese handicrafts all under one roof. Just a stone throws away to other Seminyak’s entertainments, this mall seamlessly blends into the culture, history, traditions of Bali while offering the best of modern-day items. You’ll find high-end designer boutiques here.
A : Jalan Kayu Jati #8, Seminyak, Kuta, Badung
T : +62 361 738097
W : www.seminyakvillage.com
Located no more than 100 metres from Jimbaran Bay, Samasta Lifestyle Village is the next-level mall offering sleepy and calm vibes of Jimbaran. With hundreds of trees sitting on the 3.3 hectares plot, Samasta has a unique concept with open air and tropical vibes. Whether you are in the mood for fusion, Asian or Western, you can have it all here.
Catering of about 15 restaurants to choose form, Samasta is trying to set itself apart as a foodie haven. You also have rooftop bars with a lovely view of the bay and enough cafes brewing a rich variety of premium Indonesian single origin coffees. In case you need to buy souvenirs, you can squeeze a little time to swing by the biggest souvenir shopping spot in Bali, Oleh Oleh Krisna. Their little shop in Samasta is so much nicer and less stressful. If you are into culture and entertainment, regular Balinese Dances are performed every weekend, while live acoustic performance is every Friday and Salsa Dances is every Saturday night.
Samasta Lifestyle Village
A : Jalan Wanagiri, Jimbaran, South Kuta
T : +62 361 4468600
W : www.samastabali.com
This one of Denpasar’s latest modern Bali shopping malls, located on the easternmost end of Jalan Teuku Umar. Open for public in December 2016, Level 21 is a total revamp and expansion of the former Denpasar Junction mall. It has four spacious levels with the eateries clustered up on the ground floor where you can enjoy your food with a nice street view.
The escalators will take you up to the gym centre and rows of sports and fashion outlets. With substantial anchor tenants and a carefully selected retail mix, Level 21 promises a fresh shopping experience. For hair and beauty treatments, you can choose from a variety of fine salons to pamper yourself. But, one of the main draws of Level 21 is the movie theatre, Cineplex XXI, which screens the latest blockbusters in its five studios. The mall is designed around new urbanism principles of walkable, mixed-use environments to create a truly cutting-edge hangout experience. Please be advised that parking can be quite an issue, and the mall can get quite busy on weekends.
Level 21 (has Movie Theatre)
A : Jalan Teuku Umar #1, Pemecutan Klod, West Denpasar
T : +62 361 257576
W : www.level21mall.com
Lippo Mall Kuta is found on one of Bali’s most original shopping strips, Jalan Kartika Plaza, Kuta. Here you’ll find a mixture of outdoor dining, indoor shopping experiences, groceries, local shops and handicrafts as well as their own movie theatre CINEMAXX. Having a theatre here makes it one of the more popular Bali shopping malls , as with other malls that have cinemas available. You’ll find this at their lower level.
Lippo Mall (has Movie Theatre)
A: Jl. Kartika Plaza, Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361
Jl. Benda Raya No. 98 A-B, Cilandak, Jakarta 12560 - Indonesia
Phone: +6221 781 3212
Fax: +6221 781 2476
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Jalan Pengubengan Kauh No.99 Kerobokan Kelod, Kuta Utara, Bali
Phone: +62 811 380 850 / +62 811 399 0072
Fax: +62 361 823 6722
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