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            10 Best Shopping in Seminyak

            Best Places to Shop in Seminyak

            Seminyak, with its eclectic mix of world-class restaurants, is also a trove of designer boutiques, international surf shops and lifestyle brand outlets. Most of the smaller shops line the main road of Jalan Raya Seminyak (also referred to as Jalan Basangkasa), while a collection of fashionable boutiques can be found along Jalan Laksmana and several corners of Jalan Petitenget. For some great world-class, island-based jewellery pieces, check out the House of Jemme that flanks a green patch of rice paddies on Jalan Petitenget, or Tulola Jewelry further down the road where it showcases its sterling silver and gold exquisite jewellery line created by a New York-born Balinese designer.

            Quirky home ware items can be found at Kody & Ko on one of the side streets of Seminyak, and for clothing and glamorous tropical wear step into the well laid out stores of Biasa Bali on the main road, or Bamboo Blonde for some great selections and accessories to mix and match. Be it modern, ethnic and chic, with natural and silk fabrics adorned with beading and sequins in strong deep colours – the summer collections are perfect for Bali’s tropical climate and any summer day around the world. Surfer dudes aren’t left out, with Deus Ex Machina and Drifter Surf Shop catering to the wave riding crowd with their cool boards and apparel. Here’s a roundup for this upscale beach resort area.

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              The Seminyak Village is the latest modern shopping destination to grace Bali’s upscale beach resort area. Seminyak has long been known as a shopper’s paradise, with its main streets lined with a mix of international and local designer boutiques and galleries, but this new addition tops the scene as Seminyak’s only proper mall. Launched in October 2015, with several popular fashion and retail brands already up and running on its two-storey arcade, The Seminyak Village is snugly tucked away on a side street between famous Jalan Kayu Aya dining street and the luxury villa neighbourhood of Jalan Kayu Jati. Read More...

              • Opening Hours: 10:00-22:00
              • Location: Jl. Kayu Jati Basangkasa, Seminyak
              • Tel: +62 (0)361 738 097
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              Biasa Bali

              Biasa Bali is easily one of the most popular Bali-based designer labels, which presents a rich collection that is meant both for ladies and men who seek easy and cool clothing and that is both fashionable and ideal for the tropics. Biasa’s high-end Seminyak flagship store presents its collection on two levels; the first highlights collections for ‘her’, including matching accessories such as lightweight shawls, scarves, belts and handbag varieties, while the upper level has a range of items for ‘him’. The boutique stocks unique pieces, incorporating light and top quality cotton, linen and silk. Soft fabrics merge into fine individual pieces based on the sketches and cuts of founding designer, Susanna Perini. Read More...

              • Location: Jalan Raya Seminyak 36, Seminyak
              • Tel: +62(0)361 730 308
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              Nyaman Gallery is a cosy and intimate art space on the Seminyak Road of Jalan Basangkasa, where you’ll find a diverse assortment of contemporary pieces created by local Balinese and Indonesian emerging artists, as well as a variety of carefully curated international talents. Inside the subtly-lit spaces you will find bare brick walls covered in paintings and photographs, while several corners also exhibit ‘wearable art’ items and exotic décor pieces designed for your villa or living room back home. Read More...

              • Opening Hours: 09:00-21:00
              • Location: Jalan Raya Basangkasa No.88, Seminyak
              • Tel: +62 (0)361 736 226
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              Rabia Jewellery

              Tribali is a small tribal themed jewellery boutique showcasing the designs of Bali-based New Zealand designer Rabia Bullough. Located right on the corner of Seminyak’s Jalan Petitenget, Rabia’s collection is for those who aren’t so keen on an unconventional look. Necklaces and a great range of rings, earrings and bracelets in brass, gold and silver will delight ladies – some of them go well with any outfit, adding a bit of dazzle to casual or evening wear. Read More...

              • Location: Jalan Raya Petitenget 12B, Seminyak
              • Tel: +62 (0)361 216 825 5
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              Jemme Jewellery

              Jewel lovers need only step inside House of Jemme’s elegant boutique in Seminyak to find one-off world-class designer gold and silver items studded with precious and semiprecious stones galore. This jewel lover’s paradise offers an eclectic collection of jewellery pieces, from unique rings, bracelets and necklaces to men’s silver and accessories. Some among the classic and contemporary items are one-off creations with organic and nature-inspired designs. Inside you will find cabinets and glass displays filled with gold and silver items that gleam with precious and semi-precious stones sourced from Indonesia and around the world. Next door is Cafe Jemme, where you can enjoy signature cocktails with relaxing paddy views. Read More...

              • Location: Jalan Raya Petitenget No.28, Kerobokan
              • Tel: +62 (0)361 473 2392
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              Tulola Jewellery

              Tulola is a sterling silver and gold exquisite jewellery showcase of a New York-born Balinese designer, who combines heritage and contemporary designs with traditional artisanship. This palm-shaded and softly-lit store showcases the best of New York-born Balinese designer, Sri Luce Rusna’s collection, who has successfully struck a balance between East and West through her series of unique, one-off jewellery pieces.Intricately studded with various precious and semi-precious stones, Tulola’s designs are contemporary and progressive, but are all produced through age-old traditional techniques that fashionistas will adore and that collectors will admire. Read More...

              • Location: Jalan Petitenget, Seminyak
              • Tel: +62 (0)361 473 0261
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              Kody & Ko

              Kody & Ko is a petite boutique tucked away on a side street off Jalan Kayu Aya in Seminyak and only a stone’s throw away from Seminyak Square. The shop features bright and colourful contemporary home ware and art pieces sourced locally, and made by both local and expat artists. Unique and fun items, from kitsch portraits of Balinese girls, pastel-coloured bean bags, Buddha statuettes in full colour, and flower and zebra-striped handbags are some of the things you’ll stumble upon inside the gallery. Unusual furniture is also displayed at the storefront. Every single item on display is something out of the ordinary. Racks and walls are full of face artwork and animal busts, and alongside the colourful Buddhas that theoretically represent Zen, there’s a set of flamboyantly coloured pop skulls that somehow defy their usual depiction of grim and death. Read More...

              • Location: Jalan Kayu Cendana C003, Seminyak
              • Tel: +62 (0)361 737 359
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              Drifter Surf Shop

              Drifter Surf Shop is an original wave rider lifestyle and boutique concept located on the shop-and-restaurant-lined Jalan Kayu Aya in Seminyak. It presents a totally different approach; one that is aimed at surf culture and the ‘free soul’ of the sport. Step inside and you’ll be surrounded by a full array of great works by independent artists and a vast collection of boards, apparel and gear. Hanging from the ceilings, and along the display rows are colourful boards of different shapes and size including Outer Island single fin boards, limited edition V Flex and Flex tail guns, Dick Van Stralen quad and rocket fish and Al Merrick Pods. Die-hards will love the gorgeously crafted wooden masterpieces such as the Danny Hess collection flown all the way from San Francisco. Read More...

              • Opening Hours: Jalan Kayu Aya, Seminyak
              • Tel: +62 813 374 052 33
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              Blue Glue Bikinis

              Blue Glue Bikinis

              Blue Glue Bikinis has a grand flagship store that is hard to miss on Seminyak’s western end of Sunset Road, where a large building bears its name in its stylized blue neon-backlit logo. The fashion line has been designing and producing high quality ladies' swimwear in Paris since 1989. The brand was launched in Bali in 2004. Blue Glue presents a line of sexy 'second-skin' bikinis. High-quality fabrics and craftsmanship combine to produce quality handmade pieces. Laser-scanning and ultrasonic moulding is involved in its design processes, giving the label its cutting-edge quality. Innovation-driven, Blue Glue emphasizes comfort and style.

              • Location: Jalan Raya Kerobokan (end of Sunset Road)
              • Tel: +62 (0)361 734 820
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              Seminyak Square

              A convenient stopover at the end of Jalan Kayu Aya, Seminyak Square offers a one-stop shopping and dining experience, with various stores and restaurants, and open-air market stalls offering typical Bali-made items and souvenirs. Here you'll find a large arcade with two levels lined with shops, restaurants and cafés. At ground level, an open-air art market welcomes you after a large parking space. Sports and fashion outlets, a batik store and a leading bookshop, as well as a children's, souvenir and jewellery outlets come together to provide a full shopping experience under one roof, while food outlets such as Bali Bakery, Casa Gourmet and others offer a large variety of Eastern and Western cuisine. Read More...

              • Location: Jl. Kayu Aya, Seminyak
              • Tel: +62(0)361 732 106
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