Night markets in Bali are part of a tradition in the country. It is a very important part of the local culture and the best place to go if you are looking for a place to really engage in the local community and come away with some souvenirs, here’s giving you plenty of things to do in Seminyak.
Gianyar market is where you go if you want a taste of the best street food in Bali. There are roiling crowds and bright lights and food stalls from where you can purchase delectable traditional Balinese fare like babi guling. The food is cheap and delicious.
A narrow set of lanes that cut across Legian’s main roads is called Garlic Lane. It is a shopping street that is open from 8 am to 9 pm and is a great place to just browse without preamble. There are fashion boutiques, woodcarving and art galleries, DVD stores and many pretty little trinket shops. It is only about 30 minutes’ drive from Katamama.
The Sanur Market is the main market for fresh produce in the area during the day. The kiosks open before sunset and you can find food, street snacks, souvenirs and touristy trinkets.
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