Bali Mad – Talking about Bali besides its beautiful and interesting tourism spots, it is certainly not far from fashion and the food that is its trademark. When vacationing in Bali, don’t forget some of the following items and foods that can be a souvenir for you to bring home.
1. Joger Shirts
The most well-known and favored souvenir of many in the fashion field from Bali, Joger T-shirts. Besides being famous for its uniqueness, T-shirts are the most durable souvenirs because they are not foods that have an expiration date. Almost all tourists visiting Bali are required to have Joger T-shirts. So do not be surprised if there are incomplete terms traveled to Bali if you have not stopped by Joger.
Not only Joger shirts are there, some accessories including sandals, key chains, to Balinese souvenirs are available in full. Joger T-shirts are famous for their unique and critical words, so tourism is made curious with a variety of writings displayed on the shirts.
The rates offered are very diverse including the price of jogging shirts, determined by the quality of goods ranging from 100 thousand. For those of you who want to bring Joger home from Bali, you can come to Jalan Raya Kuta and Jalan Raya Denpasar – Bedugul KM 37.5. Important information for you that the original Joger is only sold on the island of Bali and does not accept online orders. So, don’t miss to buy this typical Balinese Joger product.
2. Milk Pie
For those of you who want to hunt food as souvenirs typical of Bali, do not miss this one food. Bali Milk Pie is hunted by tourists who want to enjoy the delicious flat-shaped pie with the edges rather hard and sweet sweet taste because the middle part is given a milk fla that tastes creamy. Overall, the texture of this food is softer and melted on the tongue.
Milk pie is served from the original flavor to a variety of flavors equipped with topings such as cheese, almonds, choco chips and raisins. You need to know that there are many brands of Milk Pie in circulation in Bali and the most famous is “Original Milk Pie Enaaak”. Its central store is on Jalan Nangka Selatan No. 163, Denpasar and if you want to get it directly without ordering you must come in the morning to avoid the queues of many hunters of Bali milk Pie souvenirs.
3. Disco Nuts
Disco nuts are Balinese snacks that are durable and must be bought by tourists. This Disco Peanut is made from peanuts that are fried dry after being wrapped with flour dough and seasonings. The taste also varies from sweet to shrimp taste. To get Disco Beans, you can find them at the center of Balinese souvenirs with a price tag of around 25 thousand.
4. Pia Legong
Still surrounding souvenirs of Balinese specialties besides Milk Pie and Peanut Disco, there is another famous legong Pia. These snacks are made without using a machine and the amount of taste is limited including cheese, green beans and chocolate. The taste is delicious and crunchy making this cake hunted by tourists with a price tag of around 90 thousand per carton (contents 8 pieces). The location to get Pia Legong is on Jalan By Pass Ngurah Rai, Ruko Kuta Megah 15 Kuta, Bali.
5. Salak Bali
Moving on to fruits, not only is Jogja famous for its salak pondoh, Bali is also famous for salak Bali which has 2 types of flavors namely ordinary salak that tastes sour with thick fruit flesh texture and sugar salak which tastes sweet, texture of meat contents Fruit is thinner than ordinary Balinese barking. As the name implies, salak sugar does taste sweet despite its small size.
When it is in season, the price per kilogram of salak is around 18 thousand, but when it is not in season the price can reach 60 to 90 thousand. There are many places you can visit to get Salak Bali such as Sindhu Market, Sanur, Denpasar, etc.
6. Jinggo Rice
Looking for by typical cheap Balinese? Jinggo rice is the answer. If there is an angkringan in Jogja, so does Bali which provides cheap culinary specialties. The portion of jinggo rice is similar to that of angkringan cat rice in Jogja, only a fist of an adult’s hand and wrapped in banana leaves. The side dishes generally consist of shredded chicken meat, fried noodles, and fried tempeh with prices in the price of around USD 0,21 to USD 0,36.
If you want to bring souvenirs, you should buy it while it’s still warm and use the plane when you go home so it doesn’t get stale quickly.
7. Kintamani Coffee
Besides being famous for the food that has been mentioned, Bali is also famous for its specialty drink in the form of coffee called Kopi Kintamani. This coffee has a unique taste that cannot be obtained from other coffees in general. Kintamani Coffee is a typical Balinese souvenir that you must buy for coffee enthusiasts and you can get it at many Balinese souvenir centers.
8. Balinese Cloth and Clothes
Not only Joger T-shirts that you can carry as typical Balinese souvenirs in the form of clothes, other items such as Balinese clothes which are mostly made from cotton feel cool when worn. Balinese cloth is usually worn while at the beach, worn by wrapping around the waist or as a scarf to blankets. Balinese clothes are also scattered in shops or centers of souvenirs typical of Bali, including in markets. The price is relatively cheap, so don’t miss to buy Balinese cloth and clothes as souvenirs for your family or relatives.
9. Batik Bali
Not only Jogja, Cirebon, Pekalongan, Solo and batik-producing regions that provide souvenirs typical of the tourist city, Bali also has a typical Balinese Batik Fabric that is a pity to miss. If you want to bring more durable souvenirs besides T-shirts, clothes and Balinese cotton fabric, you can also buy Balinese Batik which is sold in the form of sheet cloth.
For those of you who want to hunt for Balinese Batik cloth, just stop by Galuh Bali Batik in Batubulan Village, Sukawati District. The strategic location is very easy to reach.
10. Beading Crafts
If you want to get by the typical Balinese cheap, you can choose the results of handicrafts in the form of Balinese beads that can be used for display rooms or living rooms, or can also be used directly. The result of his creativity, the Balinese are able to create a variety of accessories that are so sweet, as well as handicrafts from other tourist cities such as Jogja.
You can also get beautiful pouches for friends / friends in your hometown. Lots of souvenir sellers on this one, almost every corner of the market you can find.
11. Celuk Bali Silver Crafts
Not only limited to beads, the Balinese handiwork, Beautiful Silver handicrafts are sold at various prices and you can buy them directly. Again in the Jogja region especially Kotagede which is famous for its silver craftsmen, Bali in particular Celuk Village is known as the best silver-producing region since 1976 and is known to foreign tourists.
If you don’t have time to come to Celuk Village, you can get a variety of silver carvings in the biggest art market in Bali such as Wukawati Market and Nusa Dua area.
12. Various Crafts
There are still many Balinese handicrafts that you need to appreciate because Bali is famous for its craft warehouses. Not necessarily you can do what is the foundation of their lives. In addition to beads and silver handicrafts, other Balinese souvenirs such as candles, key chains, paintings, carving, masks, etc. are commonly found in traditional markets. Usually around Bali beach attractions lined with sword peddling key chains, etc.
13. Mukena Bali
Even though the majority of Balinese are Hindu, it turns out that here is also a center of the famous Balinese mukena maker. The basic ingredients used are made of fine rayon and cool when worn. The style and color are also various, it looks so beautiful and you Muslim women will be stunned to see the results. Usually, before Lebaran there will be more buyers who hunt for Balinese mukena.
14. Bali Home Spa
This souvenir is very fitting if given to your sister or a best friend. In addition to being able to do spa at home, this can minimize expenses when wanting to do treatments at the salon. Bali home spa is very distinctive and has a variety of brands to suit your needs. In addition to body bitter and scrubs, body mist and shampoo are also available.
15. Barong Clothes
Not only Batik Shirt, Joger, and Cotton, you can also get souvenirs from Bali that are durable by buying Barong Clothes. Barong named because the pattern of the head of a lion dance. Give the impression of casual and comfortable when worn, perfect for relaxing when at home or going to the beach. If you want to get a cheap price, you can buy it at Sukawati Market or other traditional markets.
16. Rahayu Beans
In addition to the famous Disco Beans from Bali, you can also get souvenirs of Balinese special food such as Rahayu Peanuts. Rahayu beans are very popular with tourists who come. If you want to get and confused where to look, just come directly to the Rajayu Bean Kiosk on Jalan Gatot Subroto Tengah No. 59C, Denpasar Bali. Stalls open from 8:30 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. every day.
Prices offered vary from the smallest for USD 0,5 to the largest for USD 7,12 Besides on Jalan Gatot Subroto, you can also get Rahayu Beans at other places such as Jalan Raya Tuban 58B.
17. Sun Nuts
Well, this typical Balinese souvenir is no less legendary than other Balinese beans. The size of the sun beans is smaller and the taste is also crispy. Speaking of tariffs, Matahari Beans including typical Balinese souvenirs that are cheap can be bought and sought after by tourists from various circles.
18. Pia Bintang
Again and again, Jogja as a comparison that has a variety of souvenirs typical of a tourist city. Famous for Bakpia Jogja, Bali also doesn’t want to lose. One of the famous Balinese Pia is Pia Bintang Baturiti with two different types of packaging. The taste and price also varies. Pia Bintang Baturiti can be found at the happy cake shop on Jalan Veteran Denpasar and other souvenir shops.
19. Balinese Ethnic Sandals
In addition to clothing that you can wear as a typical Balinese gift that lasts long, it turns out in Bali provides souvenirs of beautiful ethnic sandals for your family or friends. When you are walking in the center of souvenirs or traditional markets, you will find many Balinese handicrafts including ethnic sandals. The hallmark of these sandals is the decoration in the form of sequins or beads at the top so it looks beautiful and unique. Usually sandals are also made flat wedges for variants.
20. Local Fruit
Not only Bali Salak which is known as Balinese souvenirs, you can bring other fruits as souvenirs or souvenirs from Bali. There are many local fruits sold in traditional markets with varying prices. Because the majority of Balinese people are diverse Hindus and often hold rituals and traditional ceremonies that offer offerings, one of which is local fruit, it is no wonder that while on vacation in Bali you find many fruit traders.
The quality is not inferior to imported fruits, even some of them have become export commodities. So, don’t forget to buy fruits for souvenirs from Bali.
21. Balinese Kites
Balinese kites can be souvenirs. In addition to diverse shapes, colors and patterns are very interesting. One of the most famous is the ship-shaped kite and the eagle. You can easily get this Balinese kite at the center of souvenirs and shops along the tourist trail.
22. Bali Coconut Crafts
This coconut shell handicraft has also become an export product. Even so, the price is very cheap. At the very least, a small coconut shell bowl can be obtained at a price of USD 0,71. This commodity is still a lot of work done at home industry. Even so, no need to worry about the quality.
23. Gamelan Instruments
Of course, you don’t have to buy a large gamelan and a complete package to be carried by boat or plane. This instrument is also available in the mini version. Gamelan is most commonly found in the Ubud or Klungkung area. If it’s the cheapest, with USD 2,85 you can also get it. But if you want something better, the price is around USD 21,36.
24. Sculptured Wood Crafts
Like silver, wood arts crafts are also centered in the Gianyar region although its products can also be easily found in stores in the city area. This carved wood craft is very diverse in shape with varying sizes. However, make sure you have enough space in your suitcase or bag to carry this souvenir, yes.
25. Bali Cricket Shirts
Just like Joger, the shirt produced by Jangkrik has lots of funny sentences that invite laughter. This t-shirt is suitable if used as souvenirs that will later be intended for friends or friends at home.
As the best arts center in Indonesia, of course Bali is very famous for its paintings as well. Ranging from realist style paintings such as pictures of rice field embankments to abstract style paintings are available in most souvenir centers. The price of paintings at the center of souvenirs is usually not too expensive, around USD 14,24 to USD 21,36. Why is it cheap? Because this model’s paintings are usually made in mass produce.
27. Balinese headbands
Like other regions in Indonesia, Balinese people also have traditional clothing. One of them is udeng, a headband worn by Balinese men. Udeng is commonly worn by people from various walks of life. Both aristocrats and ordinary people, from children to elders, all Balinese use this headband.
Udeng is made of cloth with a length of approximately half a meter. Making udeng requires its own expertise, and therefore it is generally produced in certain areas. Udeng crafters and other handicrafts made from fabric are produced in Karangasem area. One of the villages that is famous for fabric crafts is Sidemen Village.
28. Balinese Bracelets
Cute bracelets can also be used as souvenirs that are easy. Which sells souvenirs is also quite a lot, really. If the budget is low, just buy it in stores that are not too expensive. At the very least, you can get it starting from around USD 0,25. But, this price also depends on the design. There are ordinary knit models, rocks, and others.
29. Bali Sarong
Sarong Bali does have a very unique motif, ranging from flowers to colorful abstract motifs. This cloth is also commonly called a beach sarong. Maybe because many are sold on tourist beaches in Bali.
30. Bali Rattan Bags
Balinese rattan bags have become hits lately. Not only Indonesians, even foreigners also hunt these round rattan bags. This rattan wicker bag is now also modifiable with various shapes and trinkets. In addition to some typical Balinese souvenir shops, you can try to search in traditional markets such as in Sukawati or Ubud.
Now those are some typical Balinese souvenirs that you can bring home for people at home when you are on vacation to Bali.
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