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Legian Street, Legian
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Head down Legian Street to experience life at the heart of modern-day Bali. The main thoroughfare on the island, the street offers a great range of shops, including international brands and more traditional Indonesian markets. Grab a bite to eat at one of the many traditional and international restaurants, and relax in a bar after a long day of retail therapy. A center of nightlife after dark, the strip caters mainly to international visitors, with inexpensive beer, club music, and all-night partying. Arrange to visit Legian Street and other attractions in Legian using our Legian vacation builder.
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  • The main strip goes from kuta to legian... Its fun the first few times but when you hot and bothered it can get annoying being haggled constantly.. good places for nice and cheap massages here too 
  • Just a short walk from Samana Villas and mid way to shops and restaurants. The street has a number of Circle K mini marts and good money changers. You'll also find lots of shops for souvineers 
  • Among this large "Vietnamese market" you can dig up anything interesting. The type of antiques shops or "zakosa" under it, shops (pythons, crocodiles, Cobras and cows), exchangers (be careful! overvaluation leads to fraud!), mini-markets, where you can buy essentials, cigarettes, alcohol, coffee, tea, water and various household trivia.
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