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The capital of Bali is not generally a tourist area but there are a few main areas worth checking out. The Kumbasari market near the river is a typical Indonesian market with household goods, clothing, spices and dried goods as well as fresh produce.
Nearby is Jalan Hasanudin, a whole street of gold shops, selling 18-22 carat gold jewelry.
Not far away from Jl. Hasanudin is Jalan Sulawesi where all types of fabrics are sold. The whole street consists of fabric stores on both sides with a few household ware stores in between.
If you're looking for handicrafts there are quite a few shops in Jalan Gajah Mada selling similar items to those seen in Kuta, but without the hawkers.
Denpasar has a large selection of department stores. Try Matahari, Libi, Robinsons, Rimo, Tiara Dewata, Ramayana and Tragia.
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