At every beach you land on this beautiful island you will see those surfer babes and hunks that rock their boards, shorts, and bikinis. Although it takes a long effort to become a good surfer, it doesn’t take a lot to look amazingly good. We give you some advice about beach style, hair, and bikinis, as well as where to get all that cool surf brands in Bali.
Quiksilver Boardriders Cafe
Quiksilver Indonesia’s first Boardriders Café with its unique Bali style is located on Jalan Legian. Downstairs, you’ll be welcomed into the retail area. An upstairs section is called The Snake Pit, a surfing memorabilia-filled hangout complete with a billiard table, ice- cold beer, big screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, and a deliciously varied menu of both Western and Indonesian fare open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Surfing memorabilia fills the Snake Pit and includes old posters, photos from Bali, surf- boards from Quiksilver legends. The ground level retail space is full of the latest and great- est equipment from Quiksilver, Roxy, DC, and Moskova, including exciting signature board shorts, bikinis, and accessories. You’ll also find Penny and Freedom Dolly skateboards, sunglasses, watches and sunscreen and Channel Island Kelly Slater and Dane Reyn- olds model surfboards. There is guaranteed to be something for every surfer, skater, extreme sports fan and fashionista, not forget- ting everyone in between.
Address: Jl. Legian 362, Legian
Rip Curl Legian Memorial
One of Rip Curl’s landmark stores in Bali, this flagship on Jalan Legian is located near the memorial, hence its name, and one if its highlights are its unique, nicely set up surf- board shaping room. Since its opening in
2011, Rip Curl can give surfers the opportunity to watch their board being shaped by some of the best shapers in the world and then test it in the epic conditions Bali has to offer.
Address: Jl. Legian 62, Legian