Carrefour Bali. Updated 2018.
- An air-conditioned supermarket shopping experience in Bali away from the hagglers and street markets? Tick.
- All the must-buy Balinese hair care products at bargain prices? Tick.
- Live turtles and pet fish for your tank? Tick.
Yes, this supermarket is big, and it’s a jam-packed, with quirky surprises in every corner.
- 1 Carrefour Bali has all this and plenty more!
- 2 Carrefour Bali Shopping – a mix of supermarket and variety store
- 3 Shopping in Bali – Price Compare at Carrefour Bali
- 4 Carrefour Shopping Mall – more than just one store
- 5 What do they sell at the Carrefour Bali Supermarket?
- 6 How to get to Carrefour Sunset Road Kuta Bali
- 7 Sneak Peek pictures of Carrefour Shopping Centre Bali
- 8 The Inside Scoop – Carrefour Shopping Centre Bali
- 9 Toadstool Rating – Carrefour Bali
- 10 Looking for More SUPER DOOPER Fun Things to Do in BALI with KIDS?
Carrefour Bali has all this and plenty more!
The Carrefour Bali supermarket on Sunset Road in Kuta is a GIANT warehouse-style Balinese supermarket that you shouldn’t miss, even just for the experience of walking round and checking out all the things you can buy.
It’s up there in best supermarket adventures we’ve ever had!
The Carrefour supermarket is part of a chain that boasts being the world’s second-largest retailer and the largest in Europe.
Carrefour Bali Shopping – a mix of supermarket and variety store
The Carrefour supermarket on Sunset Road is a combination of supermarket and variety store with all the food and things you’d find in a deli, fruit and veggie shop, toy shop, hardware store, chemist, electronics store, and beauty salon.
Carrefour is at on the 3rd floor of the shopping mall at the very top of the building.
It’s popular with expats, tourists, wealthy families from Jakarta, and a gaggle of Indonesians who love to hang about in their favourite mall.
It’s a great place to gauge Bali shopping prices too.
Shopping in Bali – Price Compare at Carrefour Bali
If you are buying electronics or anything expensive, our tip is to shop around. Make the trip to Denpasar as you might find it cheaper.
But Carrefour Bali wins for convenience, hands down.
It’s not the cheapest supermarket in Bali, (but trumps the smaller minimarts such as Circle K, Alpha Mart, Indo maret, and 7-Eleven every time) BUT their range is phenomenal and the size of shop is monstrous. Plus, Carrefour Bali stocks all the recognisable and trustworthy brands.
Also, if you can’t find something specific here, we can almost guarantee you won’t find it anywhere in Bali.
Visit on day one or two of your trip, then pop back on your last day in town to pick up all your last minute purchases and souvenirs.
Carrefour Shopping Mall – more than just one store
The ground floor is home to banks and food outlets including two popular American fast food chains: Wendys and A&W
The second floor has speciality stores, a cafe, a bubble tea shop, a hairdressing salon, a shoe shop, a Periplus bookshop, and a decent Indonesian food court if you are looking for a cheap lunch or early dinner.
Stop by the Amazone games arcade on your way out. $10 AUD equivalent will let you play for yonks! The cheapest games arcade we’ve ever come across, and fun.
On our last trip, we found a dress up shop selling Disney princess gowns, kids suitcases, and backpacks. We bought quality Superman and Batman pyjamas made from durable cotton for $10 each pair!
What do they sell at the Carrefour Bali Supermarket?
The question should be, what don’t they?
Here’s a big list of our favourite seven things they sell at Carrefour Supermarket.
1. Electronics to save the day, and homewares too
- Phones and sim cards for local use, SD cards, charging cords
- Every kind of electrical appliance you can imagine
- Pots, pans, and all kinds of plastic boxes to store stuff in
2. Mozzie stuff to keep the kids safe
- Mozzie Zappers, mozzie spray, mozzie lotion, mozzie patches
3. Hair Care Magic
- Elips hair care products in small and large sizes – the prices are unbeatable!
- Shampoo, conditioners, soaps, moisturisers – don’t bother packing them.
4. Stuff to keep you hydrated and happy
- Beer and Wine
- Bottled Water
- The normal range of Indonesian drinks and milks
5. Emergency outfits and beachwear
- Shoes and clothing for children (helpful if you go out without their shoes!)
- Well priced sarongs, and men’s and women’s clothing
- Beach wear and towels
- Goggles and snorkelling gear
- Floaties, and inflatables for the pool
6. Souvenirs for the whole family
- Souvenirs – soaps, body lotions, incense, candles (Check here first to compare prices before committing to buying anything on the street so you dont get ripped off)
- Handbags, woven baskets for picnics, Balinese artwork
- Toys including a brand of Indonesian ‘lego’,
- Decorative homewares including rattan dishes and baskets, candles
- Kopi Luwak coffee
- Beer coasters and stubbie holders
- Indonesian pantry fillers like rice, flavoured noodles, herbs and spices, curry pastes
- Stationery and kitchen gadgets
- Extra suitcases to carry home all your purchases
7. Snack food and supplies to take home
- Breakfast cereal, bread for toast, spreads
- Dried fruit and nuts
- Snacks, cup of noodles
- Balinese chocolate and Indonesian lollies for kids
- East Bali cashew variety packs including our favourite snack ever – the Cacao cashew nuts or the Cacao popcorn. Buy as many bags as you can carry home
- Ready-to-eat hot food from the Food Bar including take-home dinners, quesadillas, hot chickens, sandwiches, potato wedges, and pizza slices
- Ready-to-eat salads, plus fish and seafood counters
- Ready-to-eat noodle dishes from the Noodle bar
Hot tip: Do not leave without trying a cake or pastry (Mille Feuille!) from Carrefour’s in-house bakery.
How to get to Carrefour Sunset Road Kuta Bali
Jump in a Bluebird taxi, and say “Carrefour”. Every driver knows it.
Or organise a driver for the day and stop here on your way home. There’s plenty of undercover parking, and fast food shops nearby so you can buy your driver lunch while he (or she) waits.
Sneak Peek pictures of Carrefour Shopping Centre Bali
Fashion at Carrefour Sunset Road
Food in the Carrefour supermarket aisles
Fruits and Vegetables
Pet Fish and Turtles at Carrefour Kuta!
The checkout at Bali Carrefour Supermarket
The Inside Scoop – Carrefour Shopping Centre Bali
Correct at time of publication. Please check with venue for updates. We apologise in advance if there have been any changes we are unaware of.
Address: Carrefour Sunset Road Bali is located at Jl. Sunset Road, Sunset Road Building Lantai 3, Denpasar, Indonesia
Telephone: (62) 812-3811-100 (Carrefour Kuta)
Website: Carrefour Denpasar
Bali Carrefour Opening Hours: 10am to 10pm. Confirm at your hotel or villa during your stay as the centre may open at 8am weekdays.
Entry Fees: Free entry.
Parking: Free car parking onsite in the giant undercover carpark.
How to get to Carrefour Bali:
- By Car: Call on our favourite Bali drivers to get you there and back safely.
- By Taxi/Uber: Blue Bird Group have a taxi rank in the car park on the ground floor.
Nearest takeaway coffee: Level 2 food court
Toilets: Yes, including baby change table
Disability access: Yes, wheelchair accessible.
Closest ATM: Yes, there are ATM’s at Carrefour Supermarket in Denpasar. Carrefour supermarket also accepts all types of cards in addition to cash (IDR)
Food options: Plenty of food options both in Carrefour Supermarket itself, and on Level 2 food hall.
Carrefour Bali was last reviewed in June 2018.
Toadstool Rating – Carrefour Bali
Carrefour Bali Kuta supermarket is a great place to stock up on all your last minute souvenirs at a good price.
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