The outskirts of the infamous Kerobokan Prison are packed with antiques and furniture workshops. Keep an eye out for Javanese interiors, Indonesian totem poles and even the odd Sumatran house. Don’t miss the shops though; there are even more treasures hidden inside. Most vendors arrange shipping.


Pettinget’s dynamic designer scene promises forward-thinking boutiques with Instagram-worthy exteriors. Head to Gooseberry Intimates for chic styles and soft lace lingerie and Magali Pascal for organic fabrics and spirited designs. Nafsu is your one-stop shop for leather goods on Bali’s south coast.


Surf stores, raw-food cafés, jewellery makers and independent designers abound along Canggu’s bustling Batu Bulong. Find a mix of up-and-coming and established brands, including Aloe, Natasha Gan and Rik & Reg, at beachside boutique, The Offering. Head to the eclectic Horn boutique for something special or check out the smaller stores for surf gear.


Ah, the leafy spiritual arty heart of Bali, and where the island’s cultural eccentricities are most alive. Ubud Market is packed full of all things Bali – just be prepared to haggle (but not over the last pound). Silk sarongs and wicker handbags are among the treats you’ll find here. Slightly off the beaten track, try the main Badung Market in Denpasar for flowers, fruits and local handicrafts.

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