Sundays are made for kicking back with friends and family. So, if you’re looking for a relaxed, community vibe, then be sure to check out some of Bali local markets and weekend bazaars. Every market feels like a little celebration, and that’s why we love them so much. So grab your bag and get ready to shop the freshest locally grown organic fruits and vegetables as well as unique handmade goods crafted by local designers along with jewelry, accessories and so much more.
Samadi Sunday market – Canggu
The Sunday market is the big event of the week in the Canggu community. An eclectic mix of local and expat artisans sell their wares or goodies. Think freshly baked goods, homemade jams and chocolate spreads, kombucha. To round it all off, there’s vintage clothing aplenty, artisanal jewellery and all-natural cosmetics up for grabs. The market opens up at 9am, and you need to get in early as all the best foods sell out really fast.
When: Every Sunday 9am to 2pm
Ubud Organic market – Ubud
This is the place to find organic produce and eco-friendly household products all in one place. From fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables, to soy milk, artisan breads, natural soaps, homemade jams and incense.
When: Every Wednesday 9am to 1pm at Warung Sopa, Jl. Nyuh Kuning, Ubud
Every Saturday 9am to 2pm at Pizza Bagus, Jl. Pengosekan, Ubud
Old man’s market – Canggu
On the last Saturday of every month Old Man’s hosts a market where the island creatives show up to sell their handcrafts, vintage clothing and fresh produce. There’s a small section where local farmers sell their fresh produce along with homemade snacks and desserts. You will also find local designers selling clothes, along with jewelry and other accessories. And of course plenty of surf-related products.
When: Last Saturday of the month, 8am to 3pm
Where: Old Mans cafe, Jl. Batu Bolong, Canggu
Make sure that you don’t get to relaxed and get some workout as well, surfing is the most fun way to do sports when on holiday. Drop by Odysseys Surf School in Kuta or book your lesson here!
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