One thing that every tourist loves to do when they travel to a different part of the world on vacation is go shopping, and if that destination happens to be Bali, then they are spoilt for choice. Bali is home to some of the most diverse shopping experiences you can imagine, with everything from traditional street markets to huge air conditioned shopping malls.

The range of products that you can purchase is also huge with handcrafted goods, local brands, international goods, and of course, the quintessential souvenirs of Bali that every tourist wants to take home. To give you some indication of the diversity of shopping destinations you have in Bali, here are seven of them.

Ubud Art Market: If you are looking for local and traditional art, carvings, jewellery, and textiles then Ubud Art Market is the place you will find them. Many of them come from local villages and prices are very reasonable. This market is referred to as Pasar Seni Market by locals.

Beachwalk Shopping Centre, Kuta: If you wish to combine a bit of upmarket shopping with some entertainment you will find them at the Beachwalk Shopping Centre in Kuta. Modern, with all amenities, it plays host to a host of brand name stores such as H&M, Gap, and Fossil. It also has plenty of places where you can eat, a children’s play area, and as for entertainment, there are dance shows and a musical fountain.

Celuk Village, Sukawati: If metal jewellery is your passion, then you must take a trip to Celuk Village in the Sukawati district. There are dozens of highly skilled jewellery makers and craftsmen and women. These families have been making gold and silver jewellery for generations and offer items for sale such as rings, bracelets, earrings, and brooches. Incidentally do not be afraid to haggle for lower prices as you will often be able to knock the price of some items down by 50%.

Discovery Shopping Mall, Kuta: You should be guaranteed to find at least one shop selling what you are looking for here, as it houses over 150 shops within a massive beachfront mall. With most goods priced to provide value for money, you have the perfect combination of mid-range stores, higher brand named stores like Nike, for example, and large department stores such as Centro. The mall is open 7 days a week and opens late too.

Tegallalang Handicraft Centre, Ubud: For some street shopping for some of the best arts and crafts you can find in Bali, and in what is one of Bali’s best-known markets, this is the place to be. The range of goods is priced to sell and includes furniture, wood carvings, ornaments, and traditional Bali souvenirs with many of them created by the inhabitants of local villages.

Gianyar Night Market: For anyone who wants to savour the local cuisine whilst out shopping a visit to the Gianyar Night Market should be added to your itinerary. As well as being able to buy both adult and children’s clothes, household goods and souvenirs, you can also eat for next to nothing. Snacks cost less than a dollar, and if you fancy a meal you can do so for around $3 per person.

Bali Collection, Nusa Dua: This will be of particular interest to followers of fashion and those who are looking to buy clothes, shoes, and accessories that carry brand names. You will find all the main names such as Levi but also some stores selling high-quality locally produced fashions. If shopping gives you an appetite, then there are restaurants, if you wish to pamper yourself, there is a spa, and if you fancy some family entertainment the mall has a 5D Max cinema.