Both Pasar Banyuasri (just off Jl. A. Yani near the imposing statue of a farmer with his bullocks) and Pasar Anyar (off Jl. Diponogoro) sell everything from fresh fish to sarongs. The gold shops on Jalan Sawo, off Jalan Diponogoro, sell good value jewelry appealing to Westerners. Hardy's supermarket, at the north end of Jalan Ngurah Rai, is good for a small selection of everything from imported Western food to cosmetics.
Berdikari, Jl. Dewi Sartika 42 (tel. 0362/22217; daily 7am-7pm), is one of the best shops for hand-woven ikat in Indonesia and home to the only silk weavers on the island. Visitors can see the fascinating dyeing and weaving process from start to finish. Presidents and politicians come here to buy ikat for formal wear and their photographs line the walls. The expensive fabrics can also be woven to order. Prices are fixed and credit cards are not accepted.
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