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Bali Collection, Nusa Dua
(2.9/5 based on 2,000+ reviews on the web)
Take time for shopping, dining, and entertainment at Bali Collection, an indoor collection of retailers, performance stages, and restaurants. Essentially the mall provides a westernized shopping experience for tourists, so it appeals to those wanting a break from the bustle, hawking, and haggling of Bali. Daily performances provide humorous and engaging distractions for those uninterested in shopping, while big-time shoppers will enjoy the range of big brands. Plan your visit to Bali Collection and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Nusa Dua itinerary builder.
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  • Well worth a visit but once you been once you won't wanna go back..but I am a bloke and not a woman.. My wife like the shops here they can be pricey but the bars and restaurants can be cheaper than ho...  more »
  • Over priced, not worth the trip unless you desperately need to buy something. Cheaper in Australia and better quality. 
  • This Complex is having a great varieties of almost everything, From Souvenirs shops to SuperMarket, Spa's and massage centers to all kind of restaurants. For sure it's a great place to spend your nigh...  more »
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  • A toruist shopping and eating location for the tourists staying in the hotels on the Nusa Dua islands. Note most hotels on the Nusa Dua island offer a free shuttle and back to Bali collection so make sure you ask for a schedule or face the full rip off wrath of the tai drivers.
  • Bali Collection is a shopping centre that has everything you might need when ( like most in Nusa Dua) you're after some shopping as a distraction from the beach for an hour or two. Most staying over in Nusa Dua have made a choice about the sort of holiday they want, and it's not a "bargain until you're sweating blood in a Bintang Tee-Shirt" one. A number of restaurant choices offering the usual suspects - Euro pizza style through to Bahmi Goreng and Satays. There is an excellent "Art Market" choked with every sarong you see on Jalan Double Six and the usual hawker fare you buy on the beach at half price. But hey, it's convenient, all in the same place and it's still very, very cheap. SOGO Dept Store has a variety of top foreign brands and some nice local fare. There is a Coco's Supermarket which is well stocked. Warning - Don't use this supermarket to add minutes to your Indo Sim Card - I did as I desperately had to and there was a 50% surcharge. Ok it's small change - I was charged R150,000 for R100,000 worth of calls, but it irked. You can usually do this in small stores for a R2,500 charge! There are many stores and fashion outlets to please the most discerning shopper, you'll just need to ferret around the racks. Most shops aren't as good, interesting or upmarket Seminyak and more often than not all prices are fixed, but everything is there. I see other reviewers talking about transport prices at the gates. Best thing is to always get a local SIM card and just ring up Bluebird Taxis or walk out to the road and hail one. Cheap as chips, on a meter - starts at R7,000. You then don't need to worry about paying the commission the security guys are on. I do think that the Bali Collection management should crack down on the racket the so-called security blokes seem to be running. Impression is they're all about the commission they get from the Transport guys. It never bothers me, I'm well used to it, everyone needs to make a buck, and I always call Bluebird - but it is not a good look for Bali Collection when people are paying double a going rate to feather the nests of their employees.
  • Expensive retailers, but Nuss Dua I guess is on the higher side. Don't understand why I would want come to Bali and enter Myer or David Jones alike! The taxi rank is especially notorious, shameless and put on a dumb face when you question it ... absolutely ridiculous pricing on taxis that only need to travel a few minutes to the hotels in that area. Management is non existent & the security is not able to intervene as they conveniently don't speak English. Tip - easier to head out on the road and hail one ... much better service too
  • Expensive and ordinary restaurants. The service was really unfriendly and the prices were above the restaurant in our hotel. The plates were so small that we were still hungry after the main course. But here you can find some cheap supermarket to buy some bottles of mineral water. If you want to eat something there are many restaurants outside of bali collecting with cheaper and better food. You can call them and they will pick you up from your hotel, too.
  • This is a collection of Bali styles shops in Nusa Dua. It's interesting, but is not the real Bali. Kind of like the 'Truman Show'! This is where you go to buy your designer label clothes for the same coin as in Australia (or elsewhere) or to buy local goods at very inflated prices. Still fun for a quick visit though, especially if staying close by.