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Whether you’re a regular Bali shopper or you heard it through a grapevine, Seminyak has become the jewel of shopping destination in Bali. Ranging from up-scale designer shops to the bargain enthusiast spots, Seminyak offers more than just a mere traditional sarong and wooden crafts.

The Flea Market, located just a 10-minutes-walk from the Petitenget beach, is an out-and-out market to polish your exquisite bargaining skills. No need to worry about offending anyone, just keep a smile on your face plus a little humour on the conversation, the locals at The Flea Market will welcome you with open arms and eagerness to help you satisfying your shopping experiences.

The Flea Market provides shaded areas, leaving you with no worry to end up lobster red after a bargaining journey. Keep in mind, Bali’s climate is hot, especially in the afternoon, so plan your shopping trip earlier in the day or later in the afternoon if possible.

Feeling exhausted after a great shopping spree? Ten steps away from The Flea Market, still in the same complex, a rows of restaurants offer you a range of beautifully made good food and cooling drinks. You can even find 3 cold beers for just $5.

So why wait! Let’s head to the Flea Market in Seminyak and lure the most enjoyable shopping jaunt…

Location: Kayu Aya Square Oberoi, Jalan Kayu Aya, Seminyak, Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali

``This flea market is full of great food cheap shopping and the culture is beautiful. All store owners has the biggest smiles on their faces and a willing to do their best to meet your requirements. Such an amazing place to spend time at highly recommend.``

Amy Hughes Via Google Reviews

``Good people, not so pushy. Great variety!``

Shannon Lammers Via Google Reviews

``Usual touristic stuff. Good place for those looking to get everything in one go.``

Karine Siu Via Google Reviews

``Our favourite market in bali! There are your typical outdoor market stalls, indoor air conditioned shops and restaurants all in the same location. We came back multiple times, and each time left with dull shopping bags and a dull stomach...``

Fraser Bourne Via Google Reviews

``It is not a fleamarket where there are secondhand stand. The booth are selling mostly tourist items. Many clothing with a good price.``

Thierry Pham Via Google Reviews

``It's a fairly standard Bali market with a stack of the common produce and trinkets that tourists look for. Put on your bartering hat and haggle away. Every price is negotiable...``

Nathan Bylett Via Google Reviews