When you stay in Seminyak you got the beach, restaurants, bars and boutique shops nearby. Especially the last, shopping in Seminyak is very popular. You get to walk and see so many new things that Bali has to offer. Many fashion designers opened up a store in Seminyak where you could buy clothes, shoes and accessories. Do you have a list of what to buy in Bali? Looking for something chic, elegant or are you looking for more casual wear? Perhaps some jewelry? Don’t worry, there is one shopping area in Bali Seminyak that offers all of it including more. And if you or your better half is not that of a shopaholic, no worries we got you covered!
*shopping at some stores ensures sustainability, fair trade or partial profit will be donated to good causes.
On the map, I’ve highlighted what is considered Seminyak in Badung regency according to Google Maps. Of course, it can be a bit off but the point here is actually what route to walk for shopping for your new clothes, style, and fashion. You can either start from A to B, or vice versa. The Shops with a green label on the map donate, support Bali, or work sustainable/fair trade.
Is this the only street for shopping in Seminyak?
There are other streets of course in Seminyak but most are focussed on restaurants, warung or hotel/resorts, massage places. The main shopping happens in Jl Raya Basangkasa and Jl Raya Seminyak. These streets are also most visited when it comes to visiting boutique shops, walking and just window shopping.
Shop for Bags
Tote’s, clutches, crossbody and shoulder bags in casual or bohemian chic style. There is a one-stop-shop for your uniquely handcrafted and designed bag. Which shop am I talking about?
Lilla Lane Basangkasa Store
If you are looking for a bag, then this is a must-visit shop. They have bags in different styles and different occasions. For elegant nights out, or for any day wear. Lilla Lane has a lot to offer when it comes to bags. Their bags are sturdy and yet light of weight. The designs are unique and beautiful. What I also like about Lilla Lane is that they give a cotton (duster) bag when buying a product. Plastic is avoided as much as possible and waste is minimized by using their own reclaimed leather. What is that you might ask? Well, they don’t throw away their cutoff leather. They make use of the scraps and don’t throw away anything. More on that at Sustainability at Lilla Lane. Their online shop sends worldwide, so in case you missed this shopping opportunity in Seminyak, then visit lillalane.com
Shopping in Seminyak is great if you are looking for some new (summer) wear. There are so many boutique shops with special designs made in Bali. Are you going to refresh or add to your wardrobe, then check out the following shops.
Their flagship store is located in Seminyak. This store is one of 58 worldwide from Miss Milne. From long dresses to lace party pieces, there is no lack of attention to detail with the clothing from Miss Milne. with vibrant colors and designs coming out frequently this shop is a must stop.
Gingersnap is more described as a lifestyle. With 10 stores in Bali, these clothes are worn all over the world. Founded by Jay and Jam, one local and one from France. They have combined their creativity to make a collection of urban, modern clothing wear with a touch of avant-garde. Their fashion is crafted only with natural fabrics like linen, cotton rayon jersey, silk and so on.
Founded in 2006 with only yoga wear they soon expanded making everyday wear. They’re policy “wear fair“, is to ensure that the employees of Buddha wear to receive a fair wage, healthcare and childcare. They also think about the work environment to make it a pleasant place. Not only this but also the cultural events are very important. Next to being fair to their employees, they have a zero-waste policy and try to improve their sustainability every day. There are 4 stores in Bali from Buddha Wear.
Bali Tees, as you can guess it specializes in T-shirts. If you are looking for a T-shirt with a motif of Bali then this shop is for you. One thing that should not be forgotten is that Bali Tees reminds of the ground/freshwater crisis that is happening due to unsustainable usage of water. 1% of their sales is donated to the Fresh Water Protection Project. More about this here http://www.idepfoundation.org/en/
Biasa, which means normal is the first on Bali to offer sophisticated resort-wear collections. It started as a boutique shop, by an Italian owner inspired by the lifestyle of Indonesia. This was 1994 when their first shop in Seminyak opened, and now more than 25 years further Biasa has become an award-winning and internationally recognized label, art space and lifestyle brand. With 5 stores in Bali, 1 on the airport and several over the world, Biasa has a rich history. Shopping in Seminyak should include a visit to their store and art space.
In 1999 By The Sea started as a luxury resort wear. Now they’ve become a big brand in Indonesia. Their focus is on creating classic and sophisticated clothes inspired by tropical simplicity, vibrancy and the spirit of Bali. This company is also aiming for fair trade, ethical and sustainable fashion practices. After 20 years their stores can be found in Jakarta, Surabaya and Bali.
Another travel-inspired brand is Green Rock. It represents Ying and Yang, a Green clean lifestyle and the Rock for occasional extrovert party person in all of us. All their products are made in Bali and most of them are printed by hand. Buying at this store also supports Manta-Ray Foundation at Nusa Lembongan and BOSF, Sumatran Orangutang foundation and Marine Megafauna Foundation.
Lilla Lane was already covered in a one-stop-shop for bags, and now also for their shoes. They have a beautiful footwear collection that fits and matches their bags. So also for shoes shop at Lilla Lane.
There are some great places to shop in Seminyak when it comes to jewelry & accessories. Clothes, Bags and shoes are already covered. So let’s check out this next thing.
Minimalist and simplistic handmade from sterling silver are the signatures of Verso Jewellery. Despite making geometric designs, the importance is with the usability of the jewelry. Great for an elegant look and yet so casual.
It started with Jen from the UK, and Carol from Australia when they met in 1996. in 2004 they made Filthy Gorgeous together. In 2009 They met Bonsdag, leading to collaboration and their first shop in Bali in 2012. Their shop in Seminyak is one of 7 and they make handcrafted silverware. They make rings, earrings, bracelets, pendants, and chains.
This shop/brand donates to the following organizations:
On the island surrounded by beaches, hotels and resorts all with swimming pools. You got to have the swimwear. Are you looking for something new, something different? buy your bathing suit or swimsuit at the following.
Swimwear with a provocative brand name. They have bright and colorful prints. It’s all about fun with 69 Slam. They have started in 2004 and are available now in 40 different countries around the world. As of current January 2020, with the Australian disaster fire going on, 69 Slam will donate 100% of sales made from the capsule collection to the Australian Red Cross.
Niconico Mare is a swimwear brand that would allow you to flaunt your curves. They have a lot of different bikini’s swimsuits and resort wear. This company started in 2004and since 2010, it supports Miss Indonesia at the world beauty pageant contest with its swimwear. As of now, there are a total of 9 stores in Bali.
What other shops are available in the shopping street in Seminyak?
Furniture and Decoration
Don’t like shopping?
In Bali Seminyak, there is more than just shopping. If your better half doesn’t like shopping, you can always leave them at a Spa, for a relaxing massage. This gives you the time for some well-deserved shopping time for yourself. After all the shopping just meet again at the spa.
Espace Spa Bali
Kaiana Salon & Spa
What to expect of this day of Shopping in Seminyak
Even though the route is only 1.5km walking, there are plenty of stores left and right in that street. You can be shopping for the whole day here. Do bring some water to stay hydrated. Some of the shops do require the customer to pay with cash, they don’t accept a credit card or ATM card. Did I miss your favorite shop, do mention them in the comments.
There are some shops on the list that are making an effort to reduce waste or make Bali, Indonesia a better place. Be sure to visit these shops when you are in Seminyak.
Hi I am Dwik. I am a blogger, travel agent and a mom of a lovely baby daughter and wife to a supportive husband. I customize and plan tours in Bali and islands nearby for a living and have been doing this for more than 10 years. I started now to blog about handy information and things you can do while abroad or traveling. Get in touch via [email protected]