Pasar Badung Market

Shopping Jl. Sulawesi No. 1, Dangin Puri Kangin, Dauh Puri Kangin, Denpasar Bar., Kota Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia Published on: 18-05-2016

06:00 AM - 12:00 AM
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  • Highly recommended by fellow travellers.
Pasar Badung is the Bali’s largest food market which is busy in the mornings and evenings; it’s a great place to browse and bargain.

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Why Pasar Badung Market is special ?

Pasar Badung Market is the largest market in Denpasar, with four storeys overflowing with produce, handicrafts, clothes, fabric, homewares and accessories. Not only it's popular with locals, but visitors travel from all over the island to get their hands on the biggest range of goods and groceries.

This traditional market is apposite to the village temple that is one of three biggest temples in Denpasar. It is initially does not as big as like now because have changed experiences and modification which is adapting to the requirement and town growth. This market cannot be discharged from the existence of an existing market in the cross Badung's river that is called Kumbasari Market because the local society will feel incompletely go for shopping if they are not come to Kumbasari Market, especially for the Balinese who want to buy the ceremony items.


What to explore at Pasar Badung Market?

Badung Market is where locals from all over offer their wares, comprising fresh fruits, meat and poultry and groceries, while Kumbasari houses extensive choices of batiks, traditional ikat weave cloths, a dedicated floor where you can source wooden carvings, key rings and traditional and contemporary art paintings for souvenirs, and a number of jewellery stores offering locally produced golden necklaces and silver bracelets. Most of the kiosks at Kumbasari apply fixed prices, but are open to bargaining. The Badung Market’s front open-air grounds shift into night market mode from 18:00 with various vendors opening up. Meandering around can be fun, but it can also be dizzying with the cramped stalls and narrow spacing. If you’re looking for souvenirs to bring back home, cross over the small bridge to Kumbasari to find your treasure.


Selling points

  • Best for locals. Fresh fish and elses
  • Complete market, and cheap price
  • Great place to buy fruits
  • Real local traditional market
  • Place for looking good stuffs with good price
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Jl. Sulawesi No. 1, Dangin Puri Kangin, Dauh Puri Kangin, Denpasar Bar., Kota Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia

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Tips for you

  • Be warned that starting prices will be set high for tourists, so be prepared to haggle.
  • You should wear sturdy shoes, as the floors are lined with rotting fruit and vegetables.
    What to wear
  • As soon as you enter, a guide will likely start following you around and offering their services, and if you would prefer to wander alone, then you’ll have to repeatedly decline and move on.
  • If time is an issue and you know exactly what you’re looking for, a guide can be extremely useful, taking you straight to the stalls that sell what you need and saving you plenty of time.
  • The market is crowded in the mornings and evenings, but pretty quiet from about 2 – 4 pm.
  • If you want to spend a little more time in this area — aside from at the other market across the river — do check out the fabrics of Jalan Sulawesi just outside, and stop for a coffee while you’re at it.
    Things nearby
  • Don’t buy saffron — it’s pretty much never real in Bali, and you’ll end up with a stack of safflower instead.
    What to know


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Great place to buy fruits. Don't forget to ask for bargains with the sellers. ;) Inside building downstairs smells really bad...

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Amidst the hustle, bustle and frenzied locals, we experienced the Real Bali craziness.... And loved it . We were able to pick up bargains in the form of spoons, purses, coasters, paintings , shirts, t shirts and numerous other delightful mementoes. Be warned.... It's crowded, hot and totally exhausting and you need to up your bargaining skills! All is undercover and around four stories high. Well worth going to. We visited twice during our 8 day stay in Bali and I can't wait to go back .

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