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Bali Luggage Storage Guide 2022
Posted May 18, 2022Are you wondering, "Where can I store my luggage in Bali?" Perhaps you just arrived in Bali and need a place to store your bags before you check into your hotel or AirBnB -- or maybe you just checked out and don't want to drag your bags around with you for the rest of the day.
Perhaps, you're planning on shopping at Badung Market, Night Market, or Beachwalk Shopping Center Main Entrance and need a place to store your bags. Or, you're planning on sightseeing around Bali at Tanah Lot Temple, Jagatnatha Temple, or Taman Ayun Temple and don't want to be burdened by your baggage.
If you wish to catch a game at Dipta Stadium or visit local museums like Bajra Sandhi Monument you may find that luggage is not allowed in these venues.
Don't worry, there are plenty of options for luggage storage in Bali!
Luggage storage nearby most Bali hotspotsBounce is one of the largest luggage storage networks in Bali and the world.
Featured in The Boston Globe, Techcrunch and Forbes, Bounce is present in more than 100 cities. We partner with local hotels and shops to open up space for you to drop off your bags in essentially any major neighborhood.
Our team vets each location and provides all the security measures including insurance, security seals, and well-trained staff.
Bounce is the #1-rated bag storage network with thousands of 5-star reviews. Many of our shops are open for luggage storage 24/7 but this varies by location… we strategically open new spots so you can find the closest location to temporarily store your bags. Our prices in Bali start at just $6 per 24h/bag.
Book through our website or mobile app (required) so that we can cover you with insurance, space availability, and our 24/7 customer support. We love to travel as much as you so we make it as easy as possible! There are no size limits for suitcases or backpacks stored with Bounce. For less than a cup of coffee per bag, you can enjoy your entire day without dragging your bags with you!
Here are some ideas for making the most of your time in Bali now that you are free from your baggage. Some notable places to relax before a flight are Sanur, Seminyak Beach, and Pantai Padang Padang. You can also go for a hike around Serangan Island, Nusa Penida Marine Protected Area, and Gunung Batur Bukit Payang Nature Park. And if you’re looking for a night on the town, check out 707 - Strand Bar, Finn's Beach Club, and Bamboo.
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How do I store luggage in Bali with Bounce?You can store your luggage very quickly and easily. Simply select a location here. Find the shop that meets your preferences in terms of location & hours. Once you’ve chosen a location, you can book in under 2 minutes.
Space does fill up so booking before you go there is required, but you can show up right away. With your booking confirmation in hand, we’ll give you the exact details and directions to the shop. Once there, all you have to do is show your booking confirmation and we’ll tag and check in your bags.
You’re now free to enjoy Bali without your things!
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Store Your Luggage Around Bali With Bounce
When you think of Bali, you probably think of an island getaway, and you would be right about that. It is definitely an island and is a world-class tourist destination with a plethora of attractions, beaches, and beautiful sights to see. Bali is well-known for its music, art, and dance. In fact, the island hosts the Indonesian International Film Festival every year.
This island paradise is located in the Coral Triangle in the Bali Sea just west of Lombok and east of Java. The Coral Triangle has the largest number of marine species in the Caribbean, with over 500 coral species. This alone attracts thousands of visitors who like to go snorkeling or diving to get a good look at the fantastic underwater color palette. Be sure to bring a waterproof camera if you are planning a dive.
Another thing that makes Bali so popular with tourists is the beaches. Since Bali is an island, you have your pick of dozens of stunning beaches, some with glistening black sand. Being so close to the equator, the temperature stays around 86 degrees all year long. Still, the rain can be torrential from December until March during the monsoon season. If you are planning to spend time on the beach, it is best to avoid that time of year.
Luggage Storage in Bali
Lugging your luggage along the beach is not an ideal situation. In fact, it can be downright embarrassing. Why drag your bags with you? We travel often and know the need to live life light. Bounce has got you covered. We've teamed up with businesses like hotels, restaurants, and museums in tourist and business hotspots to safely store your belongings while you explore a destination. Locals can drop off a briefcase or bag to join associates at the club after work hassle-free. No matter the reason, Bounce can help.
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Being a tourist location, Bali certainly has plenty to offer no matter what you like to do. Several water parks dot the island. The most popular is Waterborn Park on the southwestern tip. They have more than 15 rides and attractions to enjoy. If you like waterfalls, there are quite a few in Bali such as GitGit and Sekumpul in Singaraja, NungNung in Petang, and Aling-Aling in Sambangan. Of course, there are also dozens of parks, museums, shops, and eateries on the island.
Bali has more than 40 museums across the island from the bizarre to the educational. You can find a museum that will teach you about the history, archaeology, and nature of the island. Others will show local and international artwork, and some will just make you smile.
Dream Museum Zone 3D Art Museum: This is a fun place where you can learn some history while you snap a few great photos. Discover more than 100 works of art that make you look like you are really there with 3D special illusion paintings. Bring your camera or your phone to get fun photos and selfies to amaze your friends on social media.
Setia Darma House of Masks and Puppets: The Setia Darma House of Masks and Puppets has over 5,700 puppets and 1,300 masks. You may think it is a toy museum, but most of the articles inside were used in tribal dances and rituals. They are not just from Bali or Indonesia, they also have some from Cambodia, Myanmar, Malaysia, China, Japan, and Africa. Even the outside is beautiful, in a setting filled with paddy landscaping, gardens, and villages. You will want your camera here too.
Puri Lukisan Museum: Near the middle of the island, the Puri Lukisan Museum has six different buildings with wood carvings and Balinese paintings. Admire more than 60 sculptures and 150 paintings from Balinese artisans like sculpture artist I Gusti Nyoman Lempad, Tjokorda Gde Agung Sukawati, and Rudolf Bonnet.
Many people come to Bali just for the merchandise. There are certain things here that you just cannot get anywhere else, like the Tenganan Pegringsingan Village woven fabric and Balinese jewelry. Street vendors and markets are popular here, too.
Shopping Malls: The Discovery Mall has over 90 shops, including more than a dozen eateries like Pizza Hut, Burger King, and KFC. It is right across the street from Kuta Beach on Jalan Kartika Plaza. Just to the north a bit is the Beachwalk Shopping Center with over 100 vendors inside. The Bali Galleria is just to the east of these malls on Jalan Bypass Ngurah Rai.
Souvenirs: The largest souvenir shop in Bali is Krisna, which has 10 locations on the island, with most of them on the southern end. It is the best place for the most variety and lowest prices. Holy Crab Lembongan Souvenir Shop in Jungutbatu is also a fine place to get some awesome gifts. Diah Fitri Souvenir Shop on Jalan Paya Sukawati has a beautiful array of colorful items.
Markets: Kuta Art Market at the end of Jalan Bakungsari has dozens of handcrafted items, including paintings, clothing, and sandals. They also sell name brand items like Billabong, Rip Curl, and Quicksilver. The Ubud Art Market is also a fun place to shop for Balinese jewelry, carvings, and sculptures. as well as other gifts and souvenirs. The Badung Market on Jalan Sulawesi is a substantial outdoor bazaar with gifts as well as produce, spices, and other food items.
Balinese and Indonesian foods are delicious. Fried noodles (Mie Goreng) served with veggies and meat is a popular staple, as is fried rice served the same way. Sate is another interesting choice, which is mashed chicken or pork cooked on a stick of lemongrass. Don’t pass up the chance to eat some of the Balinese or Indonesian cuisine while you are on the island.
Old Man’s: This is a beachside beer garden with some great food right on Batu Beach. Old Man’s is a casual place to enjoy a burger, fish, or pizza while watching the beachgoers. They also have Asian cuisine, vegetarian food, and some of the local foods like pork confit, grilled octopus, and lamb shank.
Local Café Food: You cannot leave Bali without trying sate. Go to Sate Babi Bawah Pohon on Jalan Campuhan in Legian for the best on the island. Pork skewers are the most popular, grilled to perfection and served with peanut sauce and rice. For that perfect Babi Guling (suckling pig), head over to Selingsing Cepaka on Jalan Desa.
Street Food: One of the easiest and best ways to try Balinese and Indonesian food on the island is from the street vendors. Pisang bakar (fried bananas) is a favorite among the locals, and it is found just about anywhere you see large groups of people. Nasi campur is a rice dish with coconut beans and chicken and can be found everywhere. Keep your eyes peeled for serabi solo, bakso , and laklak.
Frequently asked questions
How much does it cost to store luggage in Bali?
The price for luggage storage in Bali is just $6/bag for the entire day.
Where can I store luggage in Bali?
There are multiple locations all around Bali which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Tanah Lot Temple, Jagatnatha Temple, Taman Ayun Temple and many other areas.
Is it safe to store your bags in Bali?
Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage in Bali.
Are there storage lockers in Bali?
Yes. There are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in Bali. Bounce has multiple locations throughout Bali where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee.
Where are the best places to stay and eat while in Bali?
The most popular restaurants to visit are Potato Head Beach Club, Jimbaran Bay Seafood Club, and Warung Mak Beng. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Bali are Pondok Indah Bedugul Abandoned Hotel, W Retreat & Spa Bali, and Hotel Indigo Bali Seminyak Beach.
Where are the best parks and nature attractions in Bali?
Bali offers several scenic parks including Bali Safari and Marine Park, Puputan Square, and Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park.
Where can I find tourist information and guideposts in Bali?
You can find local tourist information at Gusti Bali Tours, Tourist Information, and Indonesia Tourism Information Centre Kuta.