Timings : All Day
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For a satisfying shopping experience, it doesn't get better than Legian street in Bali. From the 'Poppies lane' to the 'Garlic line', various shops are lined one after another selling souvenirs, DVDs, fashion clothing, sunglasses and anything else you could ask for. Designed to test your bargaining skills, this street brings together thrift stores with brand outlets.
Legian Street is one of the most popular places in Bali. This is a perfect place to visit if you are a shopaholic and a foodie. Always bustling with people, vendors selling a myriad variety of things, quaint food joints, art shops, restaurants, bars, hotels, tattoo places, massage parlours and so much more. This is the place to visit if you want to get an essence of Balinese culture and lifestyle. This street is a small world in itself which will provide you with the best of everything. Legian Street is a must-visit place to enjoy a stroll, to shop till you drop, to eat the delicacies of local cuisine, to relax your muscles by indulging in massage and even getting a tattoo if you are feeling particularly brave. Make sure to visit this colourful and vibrant place on your trip to Bali.
During the night, this hustling and bustling Legian Street transforms into a very happening place. Grooving music echoes throughout the streets with colourful lights shining brightly everywhere. People can be seen dancing and enjoying to the fullest. Bars, clubs, restaurants; you name it and Legian Street has it. Some of the places to visit include The Bounty, Sky Garden Rooftop Lounge, Vi Ai Pi, Paddy’s Pub and Azul Beach Club. You can even indulge in club hopping and enjoy the taste of every place. The clubs and bars here will act as a great stress buster after a hectic day and make you loosen up instantly. Make sure to visit Legian Street during the night to party and enjoy till the wee hours of the morning and make your night a memorable one.
Legian Street is a paradise for shopaholics. It offers everything and anything from high-end fashion boutiques to street vendors selling cheap merchandise. Some of the places and shops you must visit are Garlic Lane Shopping Street, Bamboo Blonde and Rip curl Legian Surf Shop. You can buy jewellery made of beads and seashells, colourful artworks, surfing gears, clothes, woven bags, sunglasses, Balinese mask fridge magnets, showpieces and a plethora of other things. All the things are so pretty that you would want to buy them all. Also, this is the place where you need to show your bargaining skills and haggle with the vendors to save money. Do not forget to buy souvenirs to carry back home as memories and also as gifts for your loved ones.
After so much shopping, haggling and partying you are bound to feel tired and exhausted. Legian Street has the solution to this problem too. A number of massage parlours are placed on Legian Street which offers a variety of massages. You can indulge in any of them and relax your tightened muscles. After the massage session, you are bound to feel refreshed and rejuvenated.
If you have always wanted to get inked but never found a suitable place or time, not to worry, Legian Street with a plethora of tattoo shops will solve this issue. The cool and funky tattoo shops located on Legian Street are great to get a tattoo and make your trip even more memorable.
Legian Street is easily accessible and you can hire a cab from any part of Bali to reach here. Since Legian Street is always bubbling with people, it is advisable not to drive yourself there because you will not find parking for your vehicle.
Legian Street is a must-visit to learn and explore the Balinese culture. This place is great for shopping and digging in palatable food. A visit to this ever-bustling street will definitely be a delightful experience.
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