Denpasar Traditional Market – Bali Places to Visit

Denpasar Traditional Market is a center of town’s economics which is located in Gajah Mada Street, that is main road and become a shopping center of Bali. This traditional market is apposite to the village temple that is one of three biggest temples in Denpasar. It is initially does not as big as like now because have changed experiences and modification which is adapting to the requirement and town growth. This market cannot be discharged from the existence of an existing market in the cross Badung’s river that is called Kumbasari Market. It is because, the local people will feel incompletely go for shopping if they not come to Kumbasari Market. It is especially for the Balinese who want to buy the ceremony items.

Kumbasari Market – Bali Places to Visit

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Denpasar Market is a market selling the costume and clothing items with the prices are relative cheaper than clothing items sold at the shops in Gajah Mada Street which are most owned by citizen of Chinese clan. Kumbasari Market is previously called by Peken Payuk (pot market), it sell the items from gerabah /jar like pot, Pengedangan, Cubek (plate from land), Paso (pail from land), Caratan (water jug from land), Jeding (barrel from land), penyantokan (mixer from land), Coblong (cup from land), kekeb (rice cover) and others. All of these items are the kitchenware and also the items for ceremony.

Since this market most popular as a place to sell Payuk/pot, hence Kumbasari Market in the past referred as Peken Payuk or pot market. But now it sell the material or art items for tourists therefore it is one of tourist destinations in Denpasar Town. You can visit this market by joining our Bali half day tours such as Denpasar City Tour, Denpasar Tour Packages or for those of you who from cruise line passenger can join with our Denpasar City Tour Activity where our tour guide will lead you to this spot in professional manner.

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Denpasar Traditional Market History

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Traditional Market in Denpasar

Denpasar Market is opened on 24 April 1984 by Bali ‘s Governor, Prof. Dr. Ida Bagus Mantra. After having fire accident, the government had repaired this market in year 2000. This market has the broadness about 14.544 M² and broadly park 9064 M². The market building is standing beside of river with four floors. The local people who go for shopping at this market are not only from environment of Denpasar community but also come from outside of town. The market crowd of people when big holiday like Galungan, Kuningan and Nyepi day.

Opening Time

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Denpasar Market is opened at 5 o’clock in the morning and close at 5 o’clock in the evening. Then, it is changed by the evening market opened from 05:00 pm until at 05:00 am the day after. Meanwhile at Senggol Market in Kumbasari is opened at 02:00 pm and closed at 11:30 pm. The unique of Senggol Market’s name is possibility taken away from the situation and condition of people movement on shopping where they each others jog because of visitor denseness. This Senggol Market is selling the variety of food, from the cheap Balinese, Javanese and Chinese cookery. It is also sell the various types of clothes from adult until children one.


Denpasar Market is encircled by shop along the street of Gajah Mada, in the right side there is Sulawesi Street which is famous of cloth items. Denpasar Traditional Market is progressively strengthening the identity of a center of Denpasar’s economics which is opened within 24 hours and never silent by visitor. This market is also close with other places of interest in Denpasar City includes Jagatnatha Temple, Bali Museum, Bali Art Center and Bajra Sandhi Monument.


  • Parking Area
  • Public Toilet
  • Bank and ATM
  • Entrance Fee – Charge
  • Souvenir Shops
  • Drinks Stall
  • Material shops

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