Seminyak Flea Market.
Looking for super cute, embroidered leather purses and butter-soft leather bags in Bali?
Don’t want to spend a fortune?
Don’t want to be ripped off?
Then don’t walk all over town.
- 1 Head straight to the Seminyak Flea Market.
- 2 The Seminyak Markets are truly your one-stop shop (if you want them to be!)
- 3 If you are looking for things to do in Seminyak, pop a visit on your list.
- 4 The Inside Scoop – Flea Market Seminyak Bali
- 5 Toadstool Rating.
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Head straight to the Seminyak Flea Market.
We found THE cutest leather shop right here, with the exact bright and bold embroidered leather purses I’d been hunting. Plus, the hottest ticket in town – the Bali Circle Rattan Ata bags.
And SO MUCH MORE!
We LOVE the Seminyak Flea Market – it’s clean, organised, shaded under tarps, and sells everything you could ever need or want in Bali in about 40 stalls, although we found it to be more expensive than Kuta or Ubud markets. The Flea Market is still one of the better locations for cheap shopping in Seminyak.
It’s definitely not a traditional ‘flea’ market either. There’s no second hand junk in sight.
There is a row of restaurants just metres away, and air-conditioned shops along one side when you can’t bear the heat any longer. Plus, there’s a cooking school!
- sarongs, dresses, kaftans
- embroidered bags, handbags
- kids harem pants, pom-pom shorts & sun dresses
- hats and jewellery, beaded bracelets
- all your regular souvenirs and trinkets – wooden puppets, painted surfboard ornaments, wind chimes, motivational quotes, dreamcatchers
- baskets, baskets and more baskets
- paintings and ornaments
Hot tip: Go early before it gets too hot. It can be sweaty under those tarps!
The Seminyak Markets are truly your one-stop shop (if you want them to be!)
If you want to avoid the push and shove in Kuta or Ubud, head straight to Seminyak markets. This rates as our most pleasant shopping experience in Bali outside of the shopping malls.
The market stall holders are smiley and friendly, and there’s way less push. Do barter though – they expect it, and every price is negotiable.
Or don’t. Sometimes, I’m happy to pay the asking price, such as $10 for the emergency Pokemon outfit we bought Jack when he got saturated in an unexpected downpour. He wore that garish tacky outfit for the rest of the trip, and a hundred times since. Worth every cent.
The Seminyak Flea market is 10 minutes walk from Petitenget Beach and 10 minutes walk south of Seminyak Square, on Jalan Kaya Ayu, not far from the entrance to the Oberoi Hotel.
The Flea Market in Seminyak tops our list of the best markets in Bali for kids and families, especially if you have a stroller in tow.
If you are looking for things to do in Seminyak, pop a visit on your list.
The Pink Embroidered Purse (bottom left) is the style I was looking for. Super hard to find in Bali. Grab one when you see it.
The Inside Scoop – Flea Market Seminyak 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.
Seminyak Market Location: Kayu Aya Square Oberoi, Jalan Kayu Aya, Seminyak, Kuta, Badung, Bali
Telephone: +62 878-8880-1144
Website: Seminyak Bali Markets
Opening Hours: 9.30 – 6pm approximately
Entry Fees: Free
Parking: Taxis park out front. Also designated parking for scooters and private drivers.
How to get there: By Bluebird taxi, Uber, private car with driver, or scooter/motorbike, or walk from local villas/hotels
Disability access: Yes. Paved walking areas throughout market.
Closest playground: There’s a small play area near the cooking school. Wasn’t in good repair when we visited, but better than nothing.
Enclosed: Yes, there are brick walls around the flea market so it’s a good one for kids.
Notes and FAQ
- Is this the Seminyak night market? No.
The Oberoi Market Seminyak was last visited by Roam the Gnome in August 2017.
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