Kuta Bali, is a mix of Balinese culture and what would be a Australian surfers culture from the 70's. If you go to the market, you will find the same mix of phones and digital cameras for very low prices, small Balinese temples to put a candle in, leather sandals, incense holder or wooden combs. A popular souvenir is the mask of Bali. Sculpted in wood which is usually painted with natural colors in acrylic paints. Wrought iron is also present, with stars, lamps and many dragons and statues of Buddha in different positions of meditation. If you're peckish, several people will offer freshly prepared fruit like pineapple or watermelon, fried rice dishes with egg and cold drinks. Always find out the source of the ice. Market prices are quite low, but higher than other places on the rest of the island. It's a place near the airport, where people come to spend their first few days in Bali, or when they don't have much time to go further. Do not hesitate to do haggle, and be firm if the price does not suit you, have a thousand other chances.