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  • Bali Collection – This department store heavily features a number of high-end and big name brands, as well as many local goods. Further to this, there are a number of bars and restaurants, and also a number of supermarkets, making it a great place to spend a day.
  • Kuta Beachwalk – This beautiful shopping mall is a vast expanse of wonderful shops, bars restaurants and other forms of entertainment. If you fancy a break from shopping, then it is only a short walk from the beach. This is a great location for some fine dining, as there is a broad selection of restaurants to choose from, specialising in various different cuisines including Spanish and Japanese.Kuta Beachwalk
  • Tegallalang Handicraft Centre – For those who wish to purchase some local Balinese handicraft, this is the place. With many shops that present a collection of unique artwork and ornaments, it is a great location to pick up souvenirs or accessories. If you don’t find anything you like, then simply enjoy the stunning view of the rice paddies and soak up the atmosphere.
  • Kuta Square – This road is lined with shops, selling both well-known brands and local goods. After browsing the stores, you can wander down to the Kuta Art Market and look at some local pieces of artwork. If you work up an appetite during this shopping, you can enjoy a meal at one of many restaurants, from global franchises to small local eateries. After all of this, if you feel like relaxing, you can take a short walk down to the beach.

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