Looking for the best markets in Canggu, Bali? Here is the ultimate guide to all of the markets that are currently operating in Canggu.
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I don’t know about you, but one of my favorite parts of traveling is checking out local markets! I love browsing through the artisan goods and chatting with local vendors.
Canggu, Bali is home to some incredible markets where you’ll find organic produce, home decor items, clothing and accessories, and other handmade goods.
In this post, I’ll share with you 5 of my absolute favorite markets in Canggu.
* This blog post contains accurate information as of June 2022. All of the markets listed in this post are open and running as usual. There used to be a few more markets in Canggu before Covid, but they have all permanently closed. We talk more about those in the last section of this post.
The Best Markets In Canggu
1. Love Anchor Market Canggu
Love Anchor is one of the most popular markets in Canggu. It’s located in the heart of Canggu, really close to some of the most popular restaurants and bars.
You’ll find plenty of clothing, accessories, and homewares at Love Anchor Market. It’s a great place to grab some souvenirs at the end of your trip.
Because of its popularity, Love Anchor does tend to be on the pricier side for Bali. You can haggle a bit, but I found the shop owners to be pretty firm in their pricing.
However, the prices are still great compared to Western countries. Keep in mind that you are supporting local artisans and business owners when you shop at any market in Canggu.
Hours: 8am to 9pm, 7 days a week
Location: Jl. Pantai Batu Bolong No.56
2. Samadi Sunday Market
Samadi Sunday Market is a weekly farmer’s market located in a busy area of Canggu, Bali. It’s one of the most popular markets in Canggu and definitely worth a visit if you’re in town on a weekend.
This market primarily consists of fresh goods, including produce, vegan items, gluten-free pastries, and low-waste dry goods. There are also some stalls selling homewares like utensils, coffee tools, and books.
If you’re looking for some delicious food and a relaxing feel, Samadi Sunday Market is for you. Spend some time browsing through the stands and sampling some goodies.
Hours: Sundays from 9am to 2pm
Location: Jl. Padang Linjong No. 39
3. Bali Niki Natural Art Market Canggu
Bali Niki Natural Art Market is a less touristy market located near Echo Beach. It’s far less busy than the other markets on this list, but definitely still worth a visit!
You’ll find everything from home decor, jewelry, bags, souvenirs, etc. at this market. It’s generally more affordable than other markets like Love Anchor, but you’ll find a lot of similar items.
This market is a little bit further from the main area of Canggu, but it makes for a much more peaceful shopping experience.
Hours: 9am to 5pm, 7 days a week
Location: Jl. Pantai Batu Mejan, Canggu
4. La Brisa Sunday Market
La Brisa Sunday Farmer’s Market is a weekly initiative to support local farmers and businesses. It’s located at La Brisa Bali, which is right on Echo Beach.
This market offers a variety of organic produce, natural cosmetics, baked goods, low-waste products, and up-cycled fashion. They encourage you to bring your own reusable bag for shopping.
If you’re looking for a chilled out, sustainable shopping experience, you definitely need to check out La Brisa Sunday Market!
Hours: 10am to 4pm every Sunday
Location: La Brisa Bali, Jl. Pantai Batu Mejan
5. Samadi Saturday Night Market
I was so excited to find out that there was a night market in Canggu. The Samadi Saturday Night Market takes place every Saturday from 4pm to 10pm.
This market consists of local art and food vendors. It’s one of the newest markets in Bali, so you’re not going to be able to find much information about it online.
It’s located in the same place as the Samadi Sunday Market, which is in a very popular area of Canggu and is easy to find.
Hours: Saturdays from 4pm to 10pm
Location: Jl. Padang Linjong No. 39
Are There Any More Markets In Canggu?
If you’ve read any other posts about the best markets in Canggu, you may have noticed some others that are not on this list. However, those markets have closed and those other posts likely contain outdated information.
Old Man’s Original Canggu Market and La Laguna Gypsy Market are closed as of 2022. Covid was really hard on Bali and caused a lot of businesses to shut down.
Unfortunately, this means that a lot of information that you’ll find online is out of date and inaccurate. I visited Canggu in April of 2022 so all of my guides are accurate as of that date.
However, things are constantly changing in Bali right now. Make sure to check Google reviews and social media pages before you plan your trip to avoid any inconveniences.
Other Things To Do In Canggu
There are SO many things to do in Canggu apart from the beautiful markets. Here are some other super fun things to do in Canggu.
P.S. I have a full list of fun things to do in Canggu that you definitely need to check out!!
One of the top things to do in Canggu is rent a surfboard and catch a wave. There are several beaches in Canggu where it’s possible to catch a surf break and you’ll find surfboard vendors at every beach.
If you’re not a confident surfer, I highly recommend taking a surf lesson. The beaches in Canggu can be really crowded and inexperienced surfers will have trouble navigating the lineup.
This two-hour surf lesson in Canggu will help you brush up on basics and gain confidence before you hit the water.
Chill At A Beach Club
If there’s one thing that Bali is famous for, it’s extravagant beach clubs. Canggu has its fair share of beach clubs, with Finn’s being the most popular.
Other popular beach clubs in Canggu include The Lawn and La Brisa. They’re a little bit more chilled out than Finn’s but still have pools, fancy drinks, and music.
Visit The Tanah Lot Temple
Tanah Lot Temple is one of the main cultural things to do in Canggu Bali. The most popular time to visit this temple is at sunset. You’ve probably seen pictures of Tanah Lot with a beautiful sunset backdrop!
Don’t want to figure it out on your own? Take a sunset tour to Tanah Lot that includes pickup and drop off from your accommodation and an English speaking tour guide.
Things To Know Before Visiting Canggu
- They drive on the lefthand side of the road in Bali. Make sure you look both ways before crossing the street!
- Canggu (and Bali in general) is a very safe spot to travel. The main thing you need to look out for here is petty theft, especially phone theft. Keep your personal belongings close to your body and wear your bag or purse so that it’s not facing the street. I also have a full post about safety in Canggu with tons of tips.
- Public transportation is pretty much nonexistent. You’ll need to rent a motorbike or rely on motorbike taxis and private drivers to get around.
- Check the bill for added service fees. Tipping is not required in Bali but leaving a small tip is always appreciated. Just be sure to check the bill before you tip because the service fee may have already been added, especially in areas like Canggu.
- Lots of restaurants accept card payment now, but some are still cash only. There are quite a few ATMs around town, so you shouldn’t have any problems getting cash out.
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