Best Markets & Craft Villages To Shop

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Indonesia’s colourful markets and craft villages offer a wide variety of local and traditional goods. Enjoy haggling for the best prices at the markets which are called “pasar” in Indonesian. At artisan or craft villages, prices are mostly fixed. 

Batubulan Village

Gianyar, Bali

Batubulan Village is known for its art sculptures and stone carvings, as well as a popular venue for a variety of Balinese dance performances including Kecak, Barong and Legong
Photo: Bali.com

 

Celuk Village

Gianyar, Bali

Shop for gold and sterling silver jewellery, and decorative objects made by local goldsmiths and silversmiths at Celuk Village
Photo: Bali.com

Pasar Atas Bukittingi

Bukittinggi, West Sumatra

 

Pasar Badung

Denpasar, Bali

The six-storey Pasar Badung in Denpasar is Bali’s largest traditional market
Photo: C. L.

 

Pasar Baru

Jakarta

 

Pasar Beringharjo

Yogyakarta, Central Java

 

Pasar Gede Solo

Solo, Central Java

 

Pasar Klewer

Solo, Central Java

Pasar Santa

Jakarta

 

Pasar Senen

Jakarta

 

Pasar Seni Kumbasari (Kumbasari Art Market)

Denpasar, Bali

Shop for a wide variety of arts and handicrafts produced by Bali’s art producing communities at Kumbasari Art Market in Denpasar, Bali
Photo: Hotels.com

Pasar Seni Senggigi (Senggigi Art Market)

Senggigi, Lombok

Shop for local handicrafts and souvenirs, T-shirts, sarongs and clothing at Senggigi Art Market in Senggigi, Lombok
Photo: Tour Lombok

Pasar Seni Sukawati (Sukawati Art Market)

Ubud, Bali

Shop for paintings, wooden figurines, bags, clothes, traditional handmade products and more at Sukawati Art Market in Ubud, Bali
Photo: BaliGo.com

Pasar Terapung Muara Kuin (Muara Kuin Floating Market)

Banjarmasin, Borneo

Muara Kin Floating Market is one of Indonesia’s oldest traditional markets
Photo: Sportourism.id

 

Pasar Triwindu (Pasar Windujenar)

Solo, Central Java