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Sunday Market and Shop in Bali Went Viral for Its Uniqueness

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Recently, a wave of excitement has been sweeping through Bali as several unique stores and markets have become viral sensations. 

Shared and went viral on platforms like TikTok, these hidden gems are now on the must-visit list of many foreign tourists, adding a sense of adventure to their Bali experience.

Sunday Market La Brisa

The La Brisa area in Canggu, North Kuta District, Badung, Bali, is unique. It has a ‘Sunday market’ whose visitors are dominated by foreign tourists.

@kathiwestphall 🌴 La Brisa Sunday Market, Canggu, Bali #minivlog #shoppingvlogs #labrisa #labrisabali #canggu #baliguide #sundaymarket #thingstodoinbali #thingstodoincanggu #sundaymarketbali #fyp #foryou #foryoupage ♬ Somewhere Only We Know (Remix) – Angga Sky

One of these exclusive spots is the Sunday Market at La Brisa. This market, open only on Sundays, is a treasure trove of trinkets, souvenirs, accessories, clothes, bags, aromatherapy candles, and other handicraft materials. It’s a unique opportunity for visitors to indulge in a shopping spree surrounded by the vibrant energy of the market.

Many foreign tourists who go there hunt for unique trinkets. They know about this market because it went viral on TikTok @melalibali.

In addition to shopping, visitors can also enjoy a relaxing atmosphere by the beach in Canggu. Sunday Market La Brisa has a cozy lounge area where visitors can sit back and relax while enjoying the delicious food and drinks served at the restaurant.

It’s also not that easy to sell here. One of the vendors, Ika, said that La Brisa selects prospective sellers based on the quality of their goods.

“If it’s not premium, it won’t be included. The goods must be good. It’s La Brisa Sunday Market, so it has its soul and character,” Ika told DetikBali.

La Brisa Sunday Market is open every Sunday from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. It is located at La Brisa towards Batu Mejan Beach, Canggu, Badung, Bali.

Bibi Kesyong & Kenzo

Bibi Kesyong
Photo from Google review_Bazel Hijazi

May the force be with you!

If you love detailed and unique Balinese handicrafts and are a Star Wars fan, this is the gift shop to visit.

This shop sells many Balinese handicrafts, and it went viral on TikTok through the @watermel0n99 account. But what attracts the most attention is the Star Wars helmet.

@watermel0n99 If you love star wars and you love to travel, this shop is a must when you are in Ubud, Bali!!🤩🤩 I felt like a literal child, filled with happiness in there☺️🥰 ✨(Name of the shop “Bibi Kesyong & Kenzo”) 📍(Address of the shop: Jln. Dewi Sita – Ubud) #travel #starwars #mandalorian #ubud #bali #traveltiktok #travelbali ♬ Little Things – H2KStudio

Star Wars helmets are hand-painted in Balinese style! It’s unique and definitely one in a million.

The owner, Mendut, is a Star Wars fan and paints all the helmets himself. Don’t miss this shop when visiting Ubud, Bali.

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