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SamAnggelo
Brisbane, Australia7 contributions
Aug 2021 • Solo
Came to buy some fresh vegetable, and we found they also sell a bali souvenir with sale price, its a good choice if you confused to find a souvenir as gift for family, lot's of sale and promotion
Written 1 September 2021
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so2be
Denpasar, Indonesia37 contributions
Jan 2021 • Solo
You have the right to return an item that is not what is advertised and expect polite service .
Yesterday i was accused of buying and item elsewhere and returning it to Bintang when i was standing there with the receipt
I was made to feel a liar when it was obviously the item was bought from Bintang. I had no problem with it being exchanged for the correct item which eventually they didn’t have but no the manager couldn’t just say sorry for the inconvenience and sort it out without a belittling condescending accusing attitude .
Bintang you are here to the service public and in these difficult times as now you certainly have time for management training to treat the customer with respect
Written 2 January 2021
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Raymondale
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia801 contributions
Jun 2019
There are two Bintang in Bali,one is located in seminyak,another in ubud.i vsited Bintang ubud one time,but it is many years ago,last year when i stayed around here,i visited here twice.it is a big supermarket in ubud,you can find food, groceries, drinks, souvenirs, snacks,etc. i purchased many soaps,for myself also for my family,and also some snacks,like peanuts,biscuits,chips,and also packs of green bean drinks. very nice shopping experience. price here is reasonable. do bring your own bag while shopping.
Written 31 May 2020
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ipayne2008
Baguio, Philippines14 contributions
Feb 2020
This supermarket got everything I need to fixed our lunch and dinners. They have a lot of selection of meat and seafood. Good varieties of fresh fruits and vegetables also. One thing I loved is they have a lot of souvenir items you can buy without going to the flea market and try to bargain. Here, prices are pretty much comparable to the market price. Cashiers are very helpful and friendly. Make sure you bring your own eco bag if you are shopping in Bali. Plastic bags are thing in the past. They are serious in saving the environment. I went to the Bentang supermarket in Ubud and brought my own eco bag.
Written 24 March 2020
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Glenn W
Noosa, Australia110 contributions
Feb 2020
The Bintang supermarket we normally use burnt down so they are running a pop up size shop at the moment while they rebuild which is sad. I wanted to buy some items so i went to their facebook page to ask if they had the items in stock as they were more of a gift line not a necessity, i was told only in the Ubud store but if i wanted to order they would bring the stock down to the pop up shop for me, so i placed my order and said i was flying out the next morning and asked what time could i pick the items up only to be told they would deliver the items to me free of charge, you could not ask for better sevice. So PLEASE support these guys as they go way beyond what anyone esle would to to make you happy.
Written 19 February 2020
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Paul3133
Melbourne, Australia87 contributions
Jan 2020
Hopefully a rebuild. Once a bustling favourite among tourists, the Bintang Supermarket (Bintang means Star) burnt down in the early hours of the morning on Thursday 16th January 2020. There is talk that it will be rebuilt, but that will be some time away. I purchased some chocolate and a couple of music instruments, then later that night a very hot fire ripped through the place. Quite a number of people filmed the event.
Written 2 February 2020
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AussieRicho1
Wollongong, Australia1,751 contributions
Jan 2020 • Couples
We walked from Lippo Mall to Bintang and back (12km) one day before the massive fire. So happy to have gone as we always do when in Kuta. So sad to hear the news the next day. Hope a rebuild happens for our next visit.
Written 23 January 2020
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Alex
19 contributions
Jan 2020 • Family
Highly recommended!!! I can’t leave this place in 1.5 hours. There have so many things that you can buy and it is slightly cheaper than other stores. It also have so many coffee beans that you can check it out . Coffee lover must come !!!
Written 14 January 2020
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CA008
Melbourne, Australia28 contributions
Dec 2019
This was a good place to find superglue and thongs when my shoes unexpectedly broke. I reckon they have many treasures in there, lots of aisles with heaps of things for sale, helpful staff
Written 25 December 2019
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MeinGott78
Wiesbaden, Germany43 contributions
Dec 2019 • Couples
Hello, I saw many advertisings about the Bintang supermarket. I am coming to Bali for almost 11years now, and today I went this morning to the Bintang Supermarket in Ubud to buy Mangosteen tea, I bought 9 packages, because I love this tea... It's a really nice, easy to brew instant tea.
But, when I opened it at my hotel. And brewed it, it looked. Like brown dirt and smelled like moldy dirt. I had to spit it out, when I tasted it. I opened another package, this time same brand from Bintang supermarket, it was Lemongrass tea, same smell, same taste, same color.
I went back to the store and complained, but first they didn't want to let me talk to the manager, even they remwbwred mw, even the cashier greeted ne and remembered me.
After a while, after demanding the manager over and over again, he came, and told. Me, when I bit this product, I should know the taste. Yes, I know the taste, that's why I brought it back. Even he realized it was rotten, after smelling it... Still no money back.......... I had to fight for 1 hour and a half..... 9 packages comes up to almost 30dollars at 45 ooo rupees a piece.... Sorry I dont have the money to throw away in the toilet. Don't buy these teas there... And don't buy the coffees there, there is a reason why locals don't buy there....... In my experience : rotten products and temperex Expiry dates. Beware!!!!!!!! Pictures of the dirt tea, closeup, and the supermarket attached.
The manager didnt even apologize....! He just said, next time dont buy so many, actually i wont buy at all there anymore......

Written 23 December 2019
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