8 Markets in Nusa Dua To Explore The Shopaholic In You - 2022

Markets in Nusa Dua

1. Bali Collection
2. Nusa Dua Night Market
3. Hardy’s Nusa Dua Plaza
4. O Vault Nusa Dua
5. Jalan Pantai Mengiat
6. Pink Eleven
7. SOGO Department Store
8. The Blue Glue

The bustling markets in Nusa Dua not only give you a chance to enjoy the local vibe but also take you close to the ancient tradition and craftsmanship. You will be able to shop a wide range of traditional craft items and garments which you can bring back to your home as souvenirs.

Visiting any market in Nusa Dua would be like taking a tour of the entire region as you will get a chance to meet new people and learn more about their way of living. Spending time at the markets in Nusa Dua, you will get to enjoy the thriving nightlife as well as taste some of the delectable local recipes prepared freshly.

The markets in Nusa Dua will let you shop from souvenirs to street fashion and from handicrafts to unique local products. While Hardy’s Nusa Dua Plaza will let you shop up-to-date collections of eyewear, footwear, sportswear, watches, and other accessories, O Vault Nusa Dua lets you shop brilliant design eye frames. Nusa Dua Market like Bali Collection will let you go crazy with its open ambience and will take you through the culture and nightlife of the place.

Here is the list of markets in Nusa Dua:

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Bali Collection

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Bali Collection is the largest retail mall in Nusa Dua. It has an 8-hectare open space ambience and a green environment with a reference to a blend of Balinese and contemporary design. It is situated in the heart of the Bali Tourism Development Complex (BTDC) area, an elite tourism region surrounded by 5-star hotels and resorts in a tranquil enclave.

Various enjoyable events take place in which the visitors could take part. It is one of the most famous markets in Nusa Dua. When you are in the Bali collection, you can purchase jewellery, chocolates, coffee, fragrances, bags, handicrafts, streetwear, beachwear, and clothing.

Jl. Kw. Nusa Dua Resort, Benoa, Kec. Kuta Sel., Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia

11:00 AM - 8:00 PM
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Nusa Dua Night Market

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Set in the outskirts of the Nusa Dua peninsula, the Pasar Senggol Night Market is a great place to go if you're looking for a cultural and local night out in Bali. The night market is very much popular for its eateries that serve delicious local cuisines. On the street bazaar, you may get to taste the local food, beverages, and sweets, as well as see the various cultural events.

It remains open from lunch time until 10 p.m. every night, and you will get to taste wonderful Bali food from the stalls all around you. If you're tired of pricey western food and want to spice things up, this is a must visit market in Nusa Dua.

ITDC Complex, Nusa Dua
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Hardy’s Nusa Dua Plaza

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Hardy’s Nusa Dua Plaza is a part of the Tragia shopping complex, which is a major shopping destination in the Nusa Dua region. Hardy's Plaza is a great spot to fill up on necessities because of its closeness to the airport. A variety of well-known worldwide companies sell food, drinks, toiletries, cosmetics, clothing, electrical equipment, etc.

Fruit, vegetables, seafood, and meat that are fresh and organic are a big part of this store and the products are pretty reasonably priced, however, from the locals’ perspective, Hardy’s is still regarded as a gourmet supermarket in Nusa Dua. 

BTDC Complex, Nusa Dua
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O Vault Nusa Dua

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The O Vault Nusa Dua is the largest Oakley shop on the island of Bali, and is also known as the Oakley Vault Bali. The vault is home to the most up-to-date collections of eyewear, footwear, sportswear, watches, and other accessories.

The store also has a section where you can get prescription lenses to match with the designer frames. This Nusa Dua market, which includes distinct sections for men and women, has significant deals once a season, so keep an eye out for the ideal times to visit. 

By Pass I Gusti Ngurah Rai No. 774, Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai Nusa Dua, Benoa, Kec. Kuta Sel., Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia

9:00 AM to 9:00 PM
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Jalan Pantai Mengiat

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On both sides of Jalan Pantai Mengiat, there are hundreds of souvenir and art shops, as well as pubs and restaurants. The roadway runs along to the Bali Collection retail complex for 1.5 kilometres south of Nusa Dua's centre and finishes at Jalan Srikandi in Bualu's traditional village region.

Batiks and sarongs, tropical-print shirts, wooden sculptures, and key chains are among the items available. Prices are subjected to vary, but are usually more in Nusa Dua than in other locations; nevertheless, negotiating is welcomed and encouraged. This rural market in Nusa Dua makes up for its lack of flash and glam with its freshness of ideas and genuineness.

Indonesia Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC), Nusa Dua
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Pink Eleven

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The focus of this Pink Eleven boutique and apparel store is on beautiful attire for young ladies. The location is well-known for its bold colours and edgy fashion, which have become the venue's hallmark in the nightlife circles of five-star resorts. While the location is inherently pricey,

The staff here strives to provide a customized experience for its customers, taking into consideration their expectations and appearance in order to create a style for them that will steal the show at the Nusa Dua resorts' cultural activities and parties. This Nusa Dua market is particularly popular with women.

Bali Collection, Unit A2#1 ITDC Nusa Dua, Benoa, South Kuta, Denpasar City, Bali 80363, Indonesia
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SOGO Department Store

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Wandering through a large department store is one of the best ways to enjoy the finest Nusa Dua market experience. Because Bali, particularly Nusa Dua, is a tourist hotspot with a plethora of amusements opportunities. The SOGO Department Store is a one-stop shop for all the main fashion brands from across the world and in Indonesia.

The SOGO building, which is located just outside the Bali Collection, is enormous and takes up a large amount of the Bali Collection's outside area. Camel Active, Lacoste, and Tommy Hilfiger are some of the brands to look for if you are out on a shopping spree. The rates are established with visitors in mind. If you have a time constraint, this is the place for you. 

Kawasan BTDC Area Bali Collection, Nusa Dua, Benoa, South Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali 80363, Indonesia
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The Blue Glue

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The Blue Glue Bikinis, also known as the Thaikila, is arguably the greatest store in south Bali for beachwear. The shop is what sets the fashion trend on the local beachwear fashion scene, offering glamorous one and two-piece suits that not only have wonderful fabric but also outstanding designs and graphics.

For outsiders, this may seem insignificant, but this store is a big deal in Nusa Dua and the rest of Bali. If you are searching for some fantastic and flamboyant beachwear to show off your summer figure, then this is one of the best places to go.
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  1. Which are the best things to do in Nusa Dua?

    1. Go for a walk along the Nusa Dua Promenade: The beaches in Nusa Dua are lined with beautiful walkways and pavements. They are just perfect for an early morning or evening stroll amidst the calming sea breeze. Along the pavements, tourists can also explore beautiful temples and astounding lush greenery. The pavement is 7 kilometres long and gives a picturesque view of the Indian ocean.

    2. Go Sea walking at Nusa dua beaches: The best of nusa dua attractions is its sea beaches that give peace seekers a place to relax and adventure seekers to go crazy. For people who don’t prefer diving or snorkelling go for sea walking. It’s a beautiful lifetime chance to explore the vibrant marine life and colourful corals underneath the sea surface. Starting at Rs 3700 per person, the sea walking has many different packaging depending on the time duration.

    3. Go shopping at Nusa dua markets: Bali collection, the kumbasari art market, hardy’s Nusa dua plaza are some of the best buds dua markets, and with very cheap and reasonable pricing.Nusa dua has many oriental shopping choices ranging from street style clothing to high-end boutiques, perfect for shopaholics.

    4. Take a day’s trip to the water blow in the heart of Nusa dua: This is a beautiful sightseeing destination, with high-pressure gigantic streams of water erupting out of rocks. It’s an immensely beautiful picturesque location and a trip to this nature’s marvel should be in every tourist’s itinerary.

    5. Relish a delectable meal at Coral Restaurant: Apurva Kempinski Bali offers a beautiful ambience with a splendid underwater theme that has a cave like an appearance with transparent glasses and the Marine life cocooning you. Fresh seafood and the picturesque view is the main attraction, and all at a reasonable price of Rs 2000 for two people.

  2. Which are the best places to visit in Nusa Dua?

    1. Pirates Bay: Explore the outdoor setting of the restaurant imitating the very famous pirates of Carrie ban, with affordable pricing and mouth-watering Balinese cuisine. Perfect place for your vacay pictures!

    2. Devdan Show: This spectacular culture based show is a very enchanting way to show the Balinese culture and customs, portraying diversity and heritage of Indonesia. This 90-minute performance is hosted every weekend, and is a glamorous night activity performed by trained acrobats and dancers.

    3. Padang Padang Beach: Situated in Japan Labuan sait, this beautiful scenery with blue-green water, splendid marine life and white sands is a perfect romantic getaway. Ideal for sunbathing, and relaxation under the warm sun of Bali shining! The beach has a number of luxury resorts, local restaurants and street shops.

  3. What is the best thing to buy in Nusa Dua?

    - Souvenirs
    - Luxury, international and local handicrafts
    - Gold and Silver Jewellery 
    - Precious antiques 
    - Painting 

  4. Is Nusa Dua an expensive place?

    Yes, Nusa Dua can be an expensive place as the island is mainly a pilgrimage for luxury seafront resorts and restaurants. However, the local shops at this place are very cheap and reasonable, with a beautiful collection of Balinese made jewellery, antiques, painting, handicrafts and much more. Beach activities can be pricey but tourists have affordable options too.
  5. How far is Nusa Dua from Kuta?

    Nusa Dua is located at a distance of 15 km from Kuta which takes about 30 minutes to reach the location via Jl. Nusa Dua – Bandara Ngurah Rai – Benoa Toll Road/Jl. Tol Bali Mandara/Mandara Toll Road and Jl. Bypass Ngurah Rai.