Here’s where you can shop around Bali and then head to an Indian restaurant in Kuta, or our other branches
Headed to Bali? There are so many exciting things that you can do. From sightseeing across the beautiful island to chomping on delicious regional as well as Indian food. Well after you are done with all that, you can surely go ahead and shop to your heart’s content. Seeing as to how affordable everything in Bali is, you can definitely go crazy shopping. It’s all about knowing where to go and what you can find there.
Here’s a little insight from an Indian restaurant in Kuta (and other branches) on where you can shop.
Shopping across the beautiful Kuta beach? Sounds perfect! Head down to the beach, soak in some sun and cool down at the Beachwalk. The Beachwalk incorporates some of the most luxury brands to shop from, amazing dining options and a lot more. Once you are satisfied with all the shopping, chomp on some Indian food in Kuta.
Ubud Art Market
A vibrant and ethnic market, the Ubud Art Market is infiltrated with a lot of handcrafted goods. From scarves and hats to baskets, bags and more, there’s so much you can find in this vibrant market. Most of the items that you purchase from here come from the nearby villages of Pengosekan, Tegallalang, Payangan, and Peliatan where all of it is made. Once done you should definitely head to our nearby Indian restaurant in Ubud.
If you are looking for complete luxury shopping and entertainment then head to Bali collection. It is also pretty close to an Indian restaurant in Nusa Dua. Surrounded by Balinese architecture, the shopping center offers everything from international and national luxury brands to exotic traditional shops selling all things Balinese.
Much like the New York Times Square, Kuta square is vibrant and lively! The street is full of shops, cafes, restaurants and more. Whether it’s the local brands you’re interested in or the international luxury ones, this streets has it all. Even for your basic requirements, this market is perfect for it also houses departmental stores.
We hope you don’t go broke with all the shopping. Even if you do come down to our restaurant for some affordable Indian food in Bali Seminyak or any of our other branches.