If you can imagine it, then you can probably buy it in Bali. The Balinese are an extremely artistic people, and new designs in everything from jewellery to lighting, bags to trinkets are quickly copied and appear everywhere around the island. It can be hard to choose when there really is so much choice and the prices are so reasonable.
The traditional styles of painting, batik, and exquisite carving are still as popular as ever, while young artists are taking the old styles, and adding their own modern interpretations to these techniques, creating new and exciting art.
Homewares from cushions to cutlery, candles to crockery abound in Bali. Whatever your style, whatever your price bracket, you will find amazing treasures to fill your home with.
Not only can you have a new wardrobe made, with all the accessories to go with it, but you can also buy ready-made clothes. Over the years, the choice of ready-made clothes suited to European sizing has been rapidly increasing. There is a large boutique scene, featuring a vast array of young modern Indonesian and foreign designers, from the cheap and cheerful beach scene to glitzy cocktail dresses at more glitzy prices!
And if you want to shop at the names everyone knows, the malls cater to those requirements too, with Top Shop, Zara, Marks & Spencer, and a whole host more of well-known brands.
Bali really does have shopping covered from every angle, and Bali Shopping Safaris will make sure you get your fill.