Badung Market


+62 361 973 285

  • Address:

    Gajah Mada Street, Denpasar Regency, Bali

This traditional market is located on Jl. Gajah Mada, Denpasar, across the Kumbasari Market, separated by the Badung River. As one of the largest markets in Bali, Badung Market is ‘the market that never sleeps’ – open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, this market is a multi-storey concrete complex of shops and stalls selling everything from fresh fish, produce, and spices to traditional arts, crafts, and textiles. Located on the banks of the Badung River, this bustling epicentre is made up of four levels, each catering to a different type of product – on the ground floor you’ll find meat, fish, fruit and vegetables; dried foodstuffs and spices reign supreme on level two; and the upper levels are home to an array of handicrafts, textiles, clothing, and traditional miscellany. The best time to visit Badung Market is in the morning, when you’re more likely to get a good bargain, and a chance to nibble on the traditional market foods served fresh by vendors.