Berrybenka Goes “Offline” for the First Time in Bali

Starting out as one of the pioneers of online shopping, Berrybenka has now made it easier for shoppers to get their hands on the latest fashion by opening an “offline” store. They’ve recently debuted their 24th store in Mal Bali Galeria (MBG), a decision that was driven by the the 200 percent increase of sales in Bali in the last six months. And as usual, Berrybenka will still champion local brands as 90 percent of their products are Indonesian labels. The advantages of having an offline store are that now you can easily return or exchange clothes that don’t fit or to use the store’s address as a pickup point.


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