Galiran Market


+62 361 973 285

  • Address:

    Puputan Street, Semarapura, Klungkung Regency, Bali

Galiran Market is arguably the largest and most diverse market in Bali. As the central trading hub of eastern Bali, this three-hectare marketplace is no tourist destination and mainly sells necessities such as rice, sugar, vinegar and oil, as well as meat and fish. At Galiran Market, there is a livestock section selling goats, pigs, chickens and ducks. It is a very busy market as trades people from the regencies of Bangli, Karangasem and Gianyar converge here for commerce. Galiran Market also sells paintings, traditional weavings, pottery, and other handicrafts. Every three days on pasah (a three-day week based on the Balinese calendar), the market becomes its most crowded – comparable to the weekend shopping dash.

In 1994, the market area was extended to 3 hectares that consists of 14 building blocks each selling different goods. Block A, B and C sells consumer products. Block D and E are specialized in agricultural products, block F for vegetables. Food and beverages and various fruits are available at block G and H. While, block J and I sell various cattle and pottery handicrafts whilst baskets and salt can be found at block K. Block L and M sell meat and sugar, and block N for cakes and plaits.