Pasar Badung
Pasar Badung
3.5
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Raymondale
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia1,114 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2022
visited here many years ago.heard that it has a renovation.so this year,when i had my Nov-Dec trip to Bali,on the last day,i came here with my driver.after renovation,now all stalls moved to the new building.i think the old market more charming,i remember it is open air,.now there are many levels in the building,they even have a lift! too modern. there are frutis, veggies,clothes,snacks, traditional stuffs on sale here.i bought some snacks, like peanuts,pie susu,bali dessert.i bargained with the seller,and got a rather good price.if you love to see everyday life of local people,pasar badung still worth a visit.
Written 31 December 2022
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Pep Pla
Ambon, Indonesia77 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2020 • Friends
I come to Pasar Badung in 1994 for a first time.Its good but a dirty place. The old building it's burning few years ago and the new it's a clean and spacious market.
This year not so many tourist here. Shopping, shopping and more shopping
Written 6 February 2020
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si_masbro
St. Petersburg, Russia35 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2013 • Family
I like to have a signature fabrics from where ever I go.

There's a lot of place in Bali offers traditional and signature fabrics. But I found Pasar Badung is the most comfort traditional market I've ever known in Bali. (please inform me if there's more else)

Fabrics are varies from religious purposes fabrics, Batik Bali, Kebaya Bali, to imported fabrics from other side of Indonesia even from outside of Indonesia. Travelers interested to a most traditional signatures fabrics, crafts, hand-held items, signature foods, goods, can come deep inside the Pasar Badung Building which has 3 floor, all occupied by merchants with not so friendly face but very nice to have price-bargain with.

Those interested in Batik Bali, and Kebaya Bali like I do, should go outside the pasar Badung complex a bit and go across the street, there're bunch of fabric market with unique and great motives of batik and kebaya, occupied mostly by Indian-ethnics merchant. Very friendly face and greetings, but worst to have price-bargain with.

Not very safe for children since a lot of people around the market, and also the market took place just next to the main road with worse traffic caused by minimum parking space occupied by market buyers such as I did.

Bathrooms are hell!
you better hold yours until you get better place to let it go..
Written 8 January 2014
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timphoto
Sydney, Australia129 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2016 • Couples
Its not just the market its the streets around it that are worth a look.
Especially if your after some HIGH quality Batik or Ikat.
Very friendy also.
Written 27 January 2016
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Robert O
Rotterdam, The Netherlands5,511 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2019 • Solo
If you are staying in one of the tourist enclaves on the coast a visit to Pasar Badung is quite spectacular because of the contrast. The market building is closed for renovation and as a result stalls and vendors are selling their goods in narrow alleys and backstreets on the westside of the nearby river. An enormous offer of different kinds of fish and meats, vegetables and fruits, spices and herbs. You see vendors hacking chickens into pieces, scooping prawns into plastic bags, women haggling over prices with villagers from nearby Denpasar, it really is an overwhelming sight. Wear good shoes or boots as the potholed pathways are rather muddy and slippery.

Cycled from Sanur, but access by motorbike or car is an option as well. Even parking a bicycle can be problematic due to the lack of space, also because of the nearby temples. Park at some distance away and walk there.
Written 20 February 2019
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bratsche1980
Brisbane, Australia269 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2012 • Couples
This market is very much catered to locals rather than tourists. Most of the stalls we saw were mainly food and some flowers. It was interesting to go through the market, but slightly overwhelming when you don't know Bahasa or Balinese. Most tourists would probably be more interested in Jalan Sulawesi (which is next door) where you can buy very good quality fabrics and temple clothes.
Written 7 September 2012
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Go hard and then go Home
Melbourne, Australia366 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2019 • Solo
The facilities here are really excellent but the prices are super expensive. Definitely worth a 30 minutes ride from Seminyak . Lazing in the pool watching the surf is great. Didn’t do it personally but they have spotlights to enable night surfing
Written 2 September 2019
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Franklin S
24 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2017 • Couples
Seems like Pasar Badung and Kumabasari Markt are the same thing.
We always ended up at the Kumabasari Markt, or maybe Pasar Badung was the smelly market in front of it.
Anyway just go to Kumabasari Markt, its free and the prices are half or a third from the normal shops.
Written 10 August 2017
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MvdK01
Heemstede, The Netherlands786 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2016 • Family
Pasar Badung is closed and will most probably not be re-opened for some time. Now the smaller pasars have taken over the food selling.

The souvenir and handicrafts Pasar Kumbasari next door is still open
Written 14 August 2016
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バリ隠居
Kamakura, Japan176 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2016 • Family
Months ago the whole building was burnt down by fire.
Currently the building were kept as it is, however the sups operated in the building were temporarily moved to the build which was used by the super market named Tiara. The new place is around 10mins. on foot. Thus you can still enjoy shopping there.
Written 18 June 2016
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