Night Markets in BaliA typical scene of the night markets in Bali covers bright lights, a unique shopping undertaking, and lip-smacking local food on the street side and in the posh restaurants. Shopping at night is much more fun then shopping in the day in Bali because the actual crowd and stalls set up after the early evening, hours and are all mostly open until the wee night hours.
The markets in Bali that are open even until midnight, which are called ‘Pasar Malam’ in the local language, are traditional hawker-style centres where the products and food items are affordable. One key to complete your shopping experience in these Bali night markets is that you should know how to haggle; the vendors in Bali are always willing to make their customers happy with the best price, but you should know how to bargain!
You will find souvenirs like handicrafts and fridge magnets to carry back home in almost all of these night markets, but the best of these can be found in Sanur night market and Kumbasari Market. Some markets like Kuta Art Market and Garlic Lane are very famous for selling art items like Balinese paintings and sculptures. If you cannot be on a shopping spree without tasty food, then you are in for a treat because all of these night markets sell delicious food, especially Kuta Night Market.