Kereneng Night Market

Kereneng Night Market

Pasar Kereneng Night Market and the nearby Asoka Market are difficult to differentiate due to their close proximity with each other, and are often referred to collectively as simply ‘Pasar Kereneng’. They form one of the Denpasar city’s largest traditional markets, after Badung Market, which is only 1.8km to the west. Well over a thousand

Pasar Kereneng Night Market and the nearby Asoka Market are difficult to differentiate due to their close proximity with each other, and are often referred to collectively as simply ‘Pasar Kereneng’. They form one of the Denpasar city’s largest traditional markets, after Badung Market, which is only 1.8km to the west. Well over a thousand vendors sell all sorts of items – most of which will tempt your curiosity more than your wallet, but popular items include batik cloths, traditional kitchen utensils, farming tools to groceries.

Its transformation into the famous night market scene starts in the late afternoon around 16:00, when food stalls and carts wheel in. The food stalls at the southern border of the market grounds are open during the day and late into the night, comprising the delicious and Bali-famous dish of ‘nasi babi guling’, alongside various Javanese cuisine of mixed rice ‘nasi campur’. Kids’ toys such as balloons and simple toys like dandy propellers and bubble blowers are also sold. (IBP/net)

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