If you want to find out what it’s like to spend your holidays in the tourist mecca of Bali, then booking a trip to Kuta is your best bet. Due to its ever growing popularity among young, budget-oriented travelers, this Balinese hotspot is known for never-ending stretches of inexpensive eateries, surfwear shops and ... Read More
“It is an incredible experience. Very close contact with nature and you can get very close to the Komodo Dragon. Enjoy birds flying over the park. The stops on the beaches for Snorkeling is also very fun and enjoyable. The guide and the crew do everything to make the trip as comfortable as possible, since we are at sea and sometimes the weather changes the size of the waves and makes the way a bit uncomfortable.”
“Indonesia was always going to be a destination about which we had no preconceived ideas. We had read the guide books and "googled" the images but nothing prepared us for the reality. The trip provided a wonderfully varied introduction to a stunningly beautiful area - from temples and cities to incredible vistas and some tough trekking. A trip not to be missed!”
If you want to find out what it’s like to spend your holidays in the tourist mecca of Bali, then booking a trip to Kuta is your best bet. Due to its ever growing popularity among young, budget-oriented travelers, this Balinese hotspot is known for never-ending stretches of inexpensive eateries, surfwear shops and bustling nightclubs. If you are seeking to experience Bali in a way that will keep you close to all the action, then a visit to Kuta should be a no-brainer.
Kuta Beach, the 5 km long sandy beach stretching on the south coast of Bali, was the birthplace of island’s tourist boom. Today, it hosts many vibrant bars and clubs, as well as inexpensive eateries and a wide variety of shops.
Bali Bombing Memorial, located minutes away from the Kuta Beach, pays tribute to the victims of the 2002 terrorist attack which caused deaths of over 200 people.
Kuta Beachwalk Shopping Center is a vast leisure and entertainment complex, which offers numerous shops of international clothing brands, chic restaurants and a large, air-conditioned movie theater.
Kain Museum, located in the Kuta Beachwalk mall, is a cultural venue dedicated to the art of textile decoration, which showcases stunning works made using traditional Indonesian batik technique.
If you’re looking to get your hands on local knick-knacks, Kuta Art Market is your spot. Here, you will find a sea of Bali-related souvenirs and handiwork crafted by local artists.
Kuta Beach is a popular place to watch romantic Balinese sunsets.
If you want to experience a beach that is slightly less chaotic, head north to the nearby Legian resort, when you can unwind in peace and quiet.
A great way to spend an afternoon away from the heat is in the Dream Museum Zone Bali, an art gallery that offers a number of fun, interactive trick-eye murals that will make for great holiday pics.