Tenganan, the Aga village of east Bali, produces the intricate and beautiful rattan items sold here. Containers, bowls, purses and more (from 50,000Rp) display the very fine weaving.
This longtime gallery has shown some of Bali's very best artists going back to the most notable names of the 1930s such as Spies, Snell and Lempad. It has regular special exhibits.
Specialises in vintage and reproduction wayang puppets used in traditional Balinese theatre. Just looking at the animated faces peering back at you is a delight.
The works of young designers based in Bali are showcased at this intriguing and glossy boutique.
The village of Sideman has a spectacular location and is a centre for culture and arts, particularly endek cloth (vibrantly patterned weft ikat) and songket (silver- or gold-threaded cloth). While a couple dozen emp…
The polychromatic critters in the window set the tone for this vibrant shop of art and decorator items. There's a large attached gallery with regular exhibitions.
A shop for readers of Adbusters: a no-brand brand store. The store's ethos is selling goods that aren't made by faceless poorly paid people. The handicrafts here are responsibly sourced and come with their own stori…
Zillions of beads and buttons made from shells, plastic, metal and more are displayed in what at first looks like a candy store. Elaborately carved wooden buttons cost 800Rp. Kids may have to be bribed to leave.
Tourist vans flock to the big space out front of this multifloor emporium of Indonesian handicraft. And with good reason, quality is good and prices are fair and fixed.
This high-end gallery regularly has shows that are thoughtfully and creatively curated. It has regular special events too.