Kerobokan shopping

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Victory Art

As much spectacle as store, this corner place is jammed with intriguing works of new art. All manner of primitive faces gaze out from the array of merchandise that's inspired by indigenous cultures from across Indon…
Top Choice Art in Kerobokan

Purpa Fine Art Gallery

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.
Top Choice Beauty in Kerobokan

Bathe

Double-down on your villa’s romance with handmade candles, air diffusers, aromatherapy oils, bath salts and homewares that evoke the feel of a 19th-century French dispensary. It's in a cluster of upscale boutiques.
Jewellery in Kerobokan

Tulola

This is the jewellery shop of noted Balinese-American designer Sri Luce Rusna. High-end items are created in Bali and displayed in this exquisite boutique.
Clothing in Kerobokan

Ayun Tailor

Ayun is an excellent tailor. Buy batik or other fabric at one of Bali's many textile emporiums and she'll turn it into an outfit for a man, woman or child. Bring along a shirt you love and she can copy it. Great rat…
Homewares in Kerobokan

You Like Lamp

Why yes, we do. All manner of endearing little paper lamps – many good for tea lights – are sold here cheap by the bagful. Don't see what you want? The staff working away on the floor will rustle it up immediately.
Arts & Crafts in Kerobokan

JJ Bali Button

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.
Antiques in Kerobokan

Pourquoi Pas

Owned by the French family behind the cafe L'Assiette, this adjoining antique store is filled with treasures from across the archipelago and Southeast Asia.
Homewares in Kerobokan

Carga

This beautiful shop is set back from the cacophony of Jl Petitenget in a vintage house shaded by palm trees. The homewares are sourced across Indonesia and range from elegant to whimsical.
Clothing in Kerobokan

Namu

Designer Paola Zancanaro creates comfy and casual resort wear for men and women that doesn’t take a holiday from style. The fabrics are lusciously tactile; many are hand-painted silk.