Villa Hotel Bali

Shopping in Bali


KHRISNA OLEH OLEH

If you are looking for cheap souvenir in Bali, look no further! Krisna Oleh-Oleh Khas Bali is the place to go. You'll find almost everything here in the convenience of a massive airconditioned store. For those who do not like bargaining, Krishna is the right choice because here the prices are fixed. The prices are competitive and even sometimes cheaper than the prices at the art market.

UC SILVER

UC Silver has been the leader in luxurious handmade jewelry with unique designs inspired by the essence of every living things. Visitors may also come to see the making process of the silver jewelries. You may be amazed with the exterior and interior of the building. While watching the making of silver jewelry handcrafts, the shop guide will help to explain the details what the workers are doing.

BEACHWALK

Conveniently located opposite Kuta Beach. The three-storey shopping mall has a unique design that includes an open-air amphitheater and numerous water features. A wide range of brands, both local and international, are available and the shopping mall attracts holidaying visitors and locals after a bit of retail therapy or to simply hang out. The mall also offers a large food court situated on the third floor, as well as a lovely air-conditioned cinema complex on the second floor.

JENGGALA KERAMIK

Jenggala Keramik, is an internationally renowned Bali-based glass and fired-ceramic tableware design and manufacturing company. Jenggala's products incorporate an extensive range of colors and surface finishes. Each handcrafted product possesses a distinctive style and character and quality that sets it apart from other tableware products available in the market.

TEGALALANG HANDICRAFTS VILLAGE

Tegallalang handicraft centre is famous for arts and crafts, located in the district of the same name just several kilometres north of the main Ubud hub. The Jalan Raya Tegallalang main road traverses 10.5km through this Bali heartland, and halfway you will find the famous scenic stopover. It is not an overstatement to say that perhaps the Tegallalang route may also have the longest row of art shops in the world, making a drive along the main route a colourful one indeed.