This exclusive holiday destination reveals a shopper’s paradise. Ideal if you’re after footwear or clothes, but offering a range of different goods, from handmade models to fresh fruit, the shopping options in Seminyak are plentiful.
Discover the white tops and rickety stalls of The Flea Market (or Kayu Aya Square Market) to find an array of locally made wallets, bracelets, necklaces, and bags. There are shelves of Adidas and Nike shoes as well as incredible works of art that you’ll wish you had room in your suitcase for. Once you’ve completed your clean sweep of the vast corridors of vendors, there are plenty of restaurants and cafes ready to take your order.
If fresh fruit and vegetables are what you’re after, then just a short walk away lies Taman Sari Market. Largely housed within a tin-roofed building, you’ll find a magical mix of exotic fresh fruit like Durians, Mangosteens, Snakeskin Fruit, Rambutan, Boni, and Soursops. Of course, you can still buy bananas and oranges if you’re feeling slightly less adventurous.
- The Flea Market — 8am – 7pm daily
- Taman Sari Market — 5am – 12am daily