25 Souvenirs You Can Buy in Supermarkets in Bali! Introducing sweets, cosmetics, and miscellaneous goods for girls!

If you are planning to visit Bali or Indonesia, you may be wondering what kind of souvenirs are available.

For women, shopping is one of the most fun parts of a trip!

In this article, I will introduce Bali sweets, cosmetics, miscellaneous goods, and fashion based on my own experience of buying them.

In this article, I will introduce everything from Bali sweets for distributing to cosmetics, miscellaneous goods, and fashion based on my actual experience of buying them.

Many of the souvenirs I bought this time were purchased at a supermarket called Bintang Market in Seminyak.

Bali has a lot of cute stuff, even in petites!

※Added in February 2020※
It’s a very sad story, but Bintang Supermarket in Seminyak was completely destroyed by fire in January 2020 and is now closed. Please refer to the second half of this article for more information on supermarkets in Bali.

Sweets and foods starting from 0.2 dollar

First of all, we will focus on sweets for distributing to companies and friends, and foods to eat at home.

Individually wrapped, perfect for scattering! Oatmeal cookies.


Oatmeal cookies cost about $4 for 16 bags of 3 cookies, so they are perfect as souvenirs to give to your company or friends.

The taste is not too sweet and Japanese people can enjoy eating them, so you can feel free to give them as souvenirs.

There are also flavors such as those with chocolate chips.

Price

4.3 dollars (53600 rupiah)

Where to buy

We bought them at Bintang supermarket and convenience stores. In Bali, it is often sold at convenience stores.

MONGO Chocolate, a representative of Indonesia.


MONGO chocolate is said to be Indonesia’s highest quality chocolate.

Indonesia produces a large amount of cocoa, making it the perfect place for chocolate souvenirs.

Price

About $3 to $4 for a bar of chocolate

Where to buy

Available at supermarkets or souvenir stores

The taste is elegant without being too sweet. Tropical “coconut cookies”.


This coconut cookie is one of my favorite souvenirs I have bought in Bali.

The coconut flavor spreads in your mouth, but it is not too harsh or too sweet, and I think it is a cookie that everyone will like.

Price

1.26 USD (15,500 Rupiah)

Where to buy

I bought them at convenience stores and supermarkets. In Bali, it was often sold at convenience stores.

A taste unique to Bali! Mr.p”.


Mr. Pea is a peanut that you can give as a souvenir along with Bintang beer.

Flavors include honey roast, garlic, and chili sauce.

There is also a cashew nut version, although it is more expensive. We recommend the cashew garlic flavor.

Prices

Large bag of peanuts: about $1
Small bag of cashews: about $2

Where to buy

Large bags are available at supermarkets. Small bags can be bought at convenience stores.

Easy to give to men too! Bintang beer, a Balinese alcoholic drink.


The most famous drink in Bali is Bintang beer.

Every restaurant has Bintang beer, and it is drunk all over the island.

Bintang beer is light, has little bitterness, and is easy to take home as a souvenir.

Recommended as a souvenir for family members, bosses at work, and men who like to drink.

Pricing

1 can for $1.64 (20,000 rupiah)

Where to buy

Supermarkets, convenience stores

High quality Bali coffee as a souvenir.


Coffee beans are also grown in Bali, and coffee souvenirs are popular.

There are a variety of manufacturers, but the Kupu Kupu Bola Dunia manufacturer with the butterfly logo uses genuine, high-quality beans, and the packaging is well done.

Price

About $2

Where to buy

I bought these at Bintang Supermarket. I often saw them at other souvenir stores as well.

By the way, you can also buy Bali coffee and chocolates by mail order.

It is quite difficult to find souvenirs to give to people in the area. It would be a shame to go abroad and only look for souvenirs.

Bali food souvenirs you can buy in supermarkets.

The spiciness is exquisite! 0.15 dollar instant noodles.


There are instant noodles just like in Japan, but these are even more delicious than I imagined and I regret that I should have bought more to take home.

The bagged noodle type is quite inexpensive at $0.15 and up, but the taste is delicious.

We especially recommend the “mee goreng,” which is called Balinese fried noodles.

We bought the “Indomie” brand mee goreng, which was not too spicy and easy to eat.

Price

US$0.20 (2,500 rupiah)

Where to buy

Bintang Supermarket

Recreate the taste of Bali at home. Nasi Goreng Base

Nasi goreng is a dish that you must try at least once when you come to Bali. You can also buy the original and recreate it at home.

There are many manufacturers, but the “FINNA” brand is affordable and has no bad taste.

Price

81 yen (10,000 rupiah)

Where to buy

Bintang Supermarket

Threateningly cheap at $2 for a pack of 80. Ginger Candy.


Ginger-flavored candies are one of the Indonesian candies.

They are hard to find in Japan, so they make good souvenirs!

The price of these candies was $2 for a pack of 80, so I used them as souvenirs to give away at work.

The ginger flavor is a bit strong, but it will make you feel warm and fuzzy.

Price

2.16 USD (26,500 Rupiah)

Where to buy

Bintang Supermarket

A Southeast Asia-only flavor. Yang Yang Tsukebo Strawberry Flavor.


Yanyan Tsukebo’s strawberry flavor is limited to Southeast Asia.

It tastes better than chocolate, so whenever I find it, I just buy it and go home.

Price

0.73 USD (9000 Rupiah)

Where to buy

Bintang Supermarket

A must for girls! Balinese cosmetics as a souvenir

ellips treatment is very popular among girls.

The ellips treatment is one of the most famous cosmetic souvenirs in Bali.

The price seems to have gone up recently, so I didn’t feel like I was getting a discount, but the quality is definitely high and it makes my hair smooth.

No-rinse type ellipses.

You can buy them for about $0.80 a sheet, so they make great souvenirs to give away.

They are also available in large packs, but they are often sold out.

To use, simply cut the ends with scissors and apply to wet hair. It will leave your hair moisturized and smooth.

The scent is not too strong, which I thought was a point that would be well received by the Japanese.

It’s good to buy more as a souvenir for yourself, and it’s also good to give out to your girlfriends.

Price

0.80 USD (10000 Rupiah)

Where to buy

Bintang Supermarket. ellips products can be purchased at any supermarket or drugstore in Bali.

Rinse-off ellipses to use after shampooing.

ellips has a lot of hair care products, and I recommend the wash-off type treatment. They cost about $0.60 each, so you can buy them easily.

There is a large amount of product in one bag, and I was able to use it on my entire hair, even my long hair. It’s not too sticky, but it’s very smooth and easy to use.

Price

0.57 USD (7000 Rupiah)

Where to buy

Bintang Supermarket

Coconut oil natural soap, Bali soap.


Natural soap is a must-have cosmetic souvenir in Bali. Supermarkets and souvenir stores are filled with soaps.

Bali’s natural soaps, made with coconut oil and a lot of care, are excellent at moisturizing.

Supermarkets also carry brand-name products, so it’s fun to choose.

Price

It depends on the brand, but the one in the photo is about $2 for a small size.

Where to buy

Bintang Supermarket

Bali body cream “cita”.

It’s light but moisturizing! Citra’s popular body cream.

It is light and comfortable to wear, yet moisturizing.

In Japan, it is recommended to use it from spring to autumn. It’s not sticky, but it’s moisturizing, so it’s very useful.

Price: $1.76 (22,000 rupiah)
Where to buy: Bintang Supermarket

CITA soap for $0.20.

Like the body cream, cita soap is also recommended. It is quite reasonably priced, but it leaves your skin incredibly moisturized after washing.

I regret that I should have bought more since it was only $0.20.

Price

$0.20

Where to buy

Bintang Supermarket

Bath salts with cute packaging.


The package was so cute that I bought it as a souvenir to give away. It is wrapped in a Balinese style.

Price

About $0.80 (10,000 rupiah)

Where to buy

Bintang Supermarket

The secret of its popularity is its unique Southeast Asian scent. Molto fabric softener.


I heard that there is a popular fabric softener in Bali, so I bought this as a souvenir. It has a spa-like scent of Southeast Asia that you can’t find in Japan.

I would recommend it to anyone who wants to enjoy the scent of Bali even after returning to Japan.

Price

About $2 for a large size

Where to buy

Bintang Supermarket

Souvenirs with a tropical feel! Souvenir of Balinese goods

Ata products at lower prices than in Japan.


Ata products are definitely recommended as souvenirs from Bali.

You can buy high quality products at a lower price than in Japan, so I highly recommend buying and purchasing them.

Ata bags from Ashitaba.

If you are looking to buy an atta bag in Bali, I recommend the brand “Asitaba”. There are many available at affordable prices, but the quality is different.

If you want to use it for a long time, it is better to buy one that is carefully made by Asitaba craftsmen, and many of them have elaborate designs.

Price

About $30 for a bag

Store

Asitaba Seminyak Store (Jl. Raya Basangkasa, Seminyak, Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali, Indonesia)

Kitchen sundries to brighten up your daily table.

Ashi, which can get wet with a little water, is ideal for kitchen goods. It will brighten up your dining table every day.

Price

About $6

Wishes come true! Gamelan ball.


The gamelan ball is a talisman that is said to make wishes come true if you wear it. When you shake the gamelan ball, it makes a beautiful “shari-reen” sound, which is very soothing.

The price varies depending on the size of the ball, and can be as little as $30 if you buy it at a specialty store.

Most of the ones I found in markets were a little more affordable.

However, there were many in Ubud, but I didn’t see many in Kuta or Seminyak.

Price

About 30 dollars

Where to buy

Market in Ubud

Batik pattern accessories.


Small items with batik patterns, a traditional Indonesian pattern, are also cute.

There are also shirts for men and dresses for women.

Incense that smells like Southeast Asia


They were also sold in cute packages at the supermarket.

Some of them can be purchased for as little as a dollar, and I recommend them so that you can remember the scent of Bali when you get home.

Price

Around $1 to $2

Where to buy

Bintang Supermarket

Some cute resort onesies! Fashion Souvenirs

Puspita for affordable resort onesies.

When you come to Bali, you want to wear a cute dress for sightseeing, right?

In Bali, there are some brands where you can buy a cute resort dress for about $30. One of the most recommended is Puspita.

I bought a one-piece dress from Puspita, and I often wear it in Japan without feeling too resort-like.

The one in the photo is above the knee length, but there were plenty of maxis and cheniks available. There are always stores in Seminyak and Kuta, so be sure to choose a dress for your stay.

Price

About $30

Where to buy

Puspitas Seminyak

25. Buy swimsuits as souvenirs at a lower price than in Japan.


Swimsuits are also a great fashion souvenir.

You can buy them at a lower price than in Japan, and I bought a Roxy swimsuit for about $50.

I also bought a Roxy swimsuit for about $50. There are many designs that you can’t find in Japan, so buying swimsuits locally is a good idea.

Price

About $50

Where to buy

Surfer Girl in Kuta

The best place to buy souvenirs in Bali.

In Seminyak and Ubud, we went to Bintang Supermarket.

We bought a lot of souvenirs at Bintang Supermarket. It’s a convenient place to buy the following items at once.

  • General merchandise
  • Cosmetics
  • Sweets (including boxed ones)
  • Instant foods
  • Alcohol

[Closed] Bintang Supermarket in Seminyak

It is closed due to fire in January 2020.

・Business hours: 8:00 – 22:30
When we went there, we couldn’t enter around 10:00 p.m., so you may not be able to enter at closing time.
・Closed: None
・Access: You can take the Krakula bus that travels around Bali.

Bali Deli in Seminyak

The Bintang supermarket in Seminyak is closed for the time being, so if you want to go to a supermarket in Seminyak, try “Bali Deli”.

・Business hours: 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
・Closed: No regular holidays

Bintang Supermarket in Ubud

・Business hours: 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
・Closed: No holidays
・Access: 5 minutes drive from Ubud Royal Palace. It takes about 20 minutes on foot.

In Kuta, go to Mal Bali Galleria (Hypermart).

This time, I will introduce Mal Bali Galleria because of its easy accessibility.

It is located next to the T Galleria by DFS, which is the starting point for the seven Krakula bus routes, so it is easy to access.

Mol Bali Galleria (Hypermart)

・Business hours: 10:00 – 22:00
・Closed: No regular holidays
・Access: Next to T Galleria

Bali Souvenirs Available by Mail Order

You can actually buy Bali souvenirs by mail order. You can buy the following items from the JTB website.

  • Macadamia nut chocolate
  • Cute seashell shaped chocolate
  • Dried mangoes
  • Bali Coffee
  • Bintang Beer
  • Bali cat figurine

Advantages of Buying Souvenirs by Mail Order

The following are some of the advantages of buying Thai souvenirs by mail order.

  • You don’t have to worry about buying souvenirs in Thailand
  • You can get souvenirs rather cheaply (about $10 for a box of milk chocolates)
  • The taste is delicious
  • A wide variety to choose from
  • No need to carry heavy luggage locally
  • No Japanese notation, so you won’t know you bought it in Japan
  • You can specify the time of delivery

It’s a little more expensive than buying locally, but considering the time and transportation costs of searching around for souvenirs locally, I felt it was a good deal.

Be smart about preparing souvenirs for distribution by mail order, and enjoy sightseeing and shopping for yourself when you are there! There is no need to be exhausted by choosing souvenirs to give away.

You don’t have to be exhausted by choosing souvenirs to give away.

Credit cards are recommended for shopping in Bali.


When shopping in Bali, I recommend using credit cards.

The reason is that when you get pickpocketed, having a lot of cash on you can cause a lot of damage.

Credit cards can be quickly stopped with a phone call, so I recommend paying with a card as a basic rule. There are many stores in Bali where you can pay by card.

It’s safer to be connected to WiFi while shopping in Bali.


While shopping in Bali, it is better to be connected to WiFi. If you are not connected to the internet, you may not be able to understand the words on the products and may end up giving up on buying them…

How to go to Bali cheaply?

For tours, HIS is by far the cheapest.


By far the most popular travel agency HIS is cheap.

I found a 5-day Bali tour starting at $398, including airfare (including surcharges), hotel, and meals.

Normally, round-trip airfare alone costs close to 30,000 yen, so I think this is a very affordable tour.

Summary: You can buy cute souvenirs in Bali at supermarkets.


I bought most of my souvenirs from Bintan Market in Seminyak.

The supermarkets also had a wide variety of cute wrapped souvenirs, which made me feel the good sense of Bali.

I think you can have a satisfying shopping experience by using specialty stores for quality items and supermarkets for cheap items.

I hope your stay in Bali will be a wonderful one.

Top Rated Articles about Bali and Indonesia

▼ Please read this before you leave! How to Get Ripped Off in Bali

Don’t get ripped off by Bali cabs! Learn about cabs in Bali, where many Japanese people visit! We will explain in detail about how to avoid being ripped off, bluebird cabs, charter cabs, and fare rates….

▼ What to do in Bali? 8 Places to Visit in Bali

8 Sightseeing Spots in Bali|Selected based on the plan to visit in 2 days
There are many places to visit in Bali and many ways to enjoy them. You can do all of the following: ・Visit...

8 Places to Visit in BaliThere are many places to visit in Bali, and many ways to enjoy them. To help you make the most of your time in Bali, here are some of the best places to visit in Bali, complete with maps. If you haven’t decided how you want to spend your time in Bali yet, this is a good place to start. …

▼ The sea is beautiful! Lembongan Island for Snorkeling in Bali

[Experience Report] Enjoy snorkeling in Lembongan Island! A paradise of the sea 40 minutes from Bali
If you want to go to Bali and snorkel in the beautiful ocean, Lembongan Island is a highly recommended spot....

[Experience Report] Enjoy snorkeling in Lembongan Island! An ocean paradise 40 minutes from BaliLembongan Island is a highly recommended spot for those who want to go to Bali and snorkel in the beautiful ocean. Lembongan Island is just a 40-minute boat ride from Sanur in the southern part of Bali. In this article, I summarized the snorkeling, mangroves, and how to get there that I experienced on Lembongan Island. …

▼ From Bali to Borobudur, a World Heritage Site

Sunrise at Borobudur is spectacular! How to get there and summary of the tour
Borobudur is a World Heritage Site in Indonesia with a reputation for spectacular sunrise tours. It is not a major tou...

Sunrise at Borobudur is spectacular! How to get there and a summary of the tourBorobudur is a World Heritage Site in Indonesia with a reputation for spectacular sunrise tours. It can be reached by a day trip from Bali, and there are tours that you can join during your stay in Bali. In this article, I will explain how to get to Borobudur and the details of the sunrise tour at Hotel Manohara….

Comment

Copied title and URL