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Kuta

A postcard-perfect Balinese resort town, with turquoise waters, a gentle surf, golden sand beaches and world-renowned sunsets. Where you wake up to spectacular vistas and the sweet ocean mist. Spend your days soaking in equal amounts of sun, sea and fun. Experience authentic Balinese culture at every corner. Revel into the night at your pick of restaurants, bars and clubs. Kuta is the perfect tourism destination for independent travellers who can’t wait to catch waves or mingle with a diverse tourist community; orfor families seeking a wondrous getaway rife with nature and adventure; or couples and groups looking for a luxurious tropical holiday. Kuta is the best known tourist resort area on the island of Bali, Indonesia.

Kuta (Bali) At A Glance
Country Indonesia
Province Bali
Language Balinese
Population 86,657
Dial Code + 62 (361)
Currency Rupiah (Rp)
Time Zone GMT+8
Area 21.8 Sq. Km.


Highlights of Kuta:

Kuta Beaches


Beaches in Kuta

From sunrise to sunset and well into the night, Kuta Beach promises to keep you engaged and inspired at all times. Sit under or stroll along the palm fringed coastline for scenic panoramas. Sign up for water sports and activities, from banana boating to surfing. Get a back massage with your feet in the sand. Go beachfront bar or restaurant hopping to fulfil your gastronomic wishes. Experience the famed nightlife, under the open tropical sky.


Culture of Kuta

Beyond the beach, there’s much to explore. The Kuta region may be Bali’s tourist hub, but it is also a place of culture and tradition. Your trip would be incomplete without witnessing a traditional dance and entertainment show at the Kuta Theatre. Soaking in the stunning architecture and spiritual tranquillity of temples like Vihara Dharmayana, Pura Petitenget and Uluwatu.


Discovering the artsy side of Kuta at the Kendra Gallery, Museum Kartun, Trick Art Gallery and the Shell Museum.


Attractions in Kuta

Kuta is filled with thrilling age-no-bar attractions, the most popular being Waterbom Bali and Circus Waterpark. Here, you will find everything from lazy rivers to high-speed rides, picnic spots to restaurants. Pick a weekday to avoid the weekend rush and enjoy the many exciting experiences that have been specially curated for family and group fun. For a more intellectually stimulating day out, head to Celuk Village, the renowned arts and crafts hub of Bali, where you can learn about traditional techniques and find beautiful souvenirs.


Shopping

You’re never too far away from a dazzling mall, energetic marketplace or boutique lined boulevard. That’s right, Kuta is also a shopper’s delight. And not just for beach friendly stuff. The Kuta Night Market is a colourful flea that offers not only plenty to buy, but local food, music and culture too. While for the more brand-conscious, Kuta Square, Legian Street and Mal Bali Galeria are teeming with designer stores and boutiques.


Interesting Facts About Kuta

  • Kuta Beach is 2.5 km long 
  • The beach is an indigenous nesting site for sea turtles, with conservation efforts ongoing 
  • In 2002, Kuta survived a terrorist attack, with the Bali Bombing Memorial built to commemorate the lives lost 
  • One of the nearby attractions is the Abandoned Plane, a deserted Boeing 373 that’s now an attractive tourist selfie spot


Location of Kuta

Kuta is a district located within the Badung Regency in Southern Bali, Indonesia. Kuta Beach itself is located about 15 minutes from the international airport, while other popular tourist towns like Legian, Seminyak, Tuban, Jimbaran, Denpasar and Nusa Dua Peninsula all fall within the Kuta district.


Best Time to Visit Kuta

Planning a trip to Kuta is always easy, given that Bali is a year-round destination with enticingly glorious tropical weather. However, you can choose tour dates based on the high and low seasons, to avoid over-crowding and get the best deals on accommodation. July and August are peak months, but September sees the perfect level of dip in visitors to get the best overall experience. The holiday season at the end of the year can get packed, but it is still a great time to visit Kuta.


How to Reach Kuta

Kuta is a convenient 15-minute drive from Ngurah Rai International Airport, Bali. You can fly into Bali from most big cities in the world, either directly or via connecting flights. Once you arrive, you’ll find taxis and the local bus service available right at the terminal, to take you to your hotel.


History of Kuta

The Kuta region was a humble fishing village until 1597, when a Dutch sailor by the name of Aernoudt Lintgens arrived and was instantly enamoured. He recorded his experiences in a journal titled “The Last Paradise”. His stories became popular in the West, drawing more travellers and explorers to Kuta’s shores. In 1932, a Scottish American lady visited Kuta and instantly fell in love with the place. She was the first to build a hotel here, which eventually inspired the locals to do the same. And today, it is a sustainable tourist spot, with wide ranging efforts to protect the natural areas while at the same time providing a world-class beach town experience.

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A postcard-perfect Balinese resort town, with turquoise waters, a gentle surf, golden sand beaches and world-renowned sunsets. Where you wake up to spectacular vistas and the sweet ocean mist. Spend your days soaking in equal amounts of sun, sea and fun. Experience authentic Balinese culture at every corner. Revel into the night at your pick of restaurants, bars and clubs. Kuta is the perfect tourism destination for independent travellers who can’t wait to catch waves or mingle with a diverse tourist community; orfor families seeking a wondrous getaway rife with nature and adventure; or couples and groups looking for a luxurious tropical holiday. Kuta is the best known tourist resort area on the island of Bali, Indonesia.

Kuta (Bali) At A Glance
Country Indonesia
Province Bali
Language Balinese
Population 86,657
Dial Code + 62 (361)
Currency Rupiah (Rp)
Time Zone GMT+8
Area 21.8 Sq. Km.


Highlights of Kuta:

Kuta Beaches


Beaches in Kuta

From sunrise to sunset and well into the night, Kuta Beach promises to keep you engaged and inspired at all times. Sit under or stroll along the palm fringed coastline for scenic panoramas. Sign up for water sports and activities, from banana boating to surfing. Get a back massage with your feet in the sand. Go beachfront bar or restaurant hopping to fulfil your gastronomic wishes. Experience the famed nightlife, under the open tropical sky.


Culture of Kuta

Beyond the beach, there’s much to explore. The Kuta region may be Bali’s tourist hub, but it is also a place of culture and tradition. Your trip would be incomplete without witnessing a traditional dance and entertainment show at the Kuta Theatre. Soaking in the stunning architecture and spiritual tranquillity of temples like Vihara Dharmayana, Pura Petitenget and Uluwatu.


Discovering the artsy side of Kuta at the Kendra Gallery, Museum Kartun, Trick Art Gallery and the Shell Museum.


Attractions in Kuta

Kuta is filled with thrilling age-no-bar attractions, the most popular being Waterbom Bali and Circus Waterpark. Here, you will find everything from lazy rivers to high-speed rides, picnic spots to restaurants. Pick a weekday to avoid the weekend rush and enjoy the many exciting experiences that have been specially curated for family and group fun. For a more intellectually stimulating day out, head to Celuk Village, the renowned arts and crafts hub of Bali, where you can learn about traditional techniques and find beautiful souvenirs.


Shopping

You’re never too far away from a dazzling mall, energetic marketplace or boutique lined boulevard. That’s right, Kuta is also a shopper’s delight. And not just for beach friendly stuff. The Kuta Night Market is a colourful flea that offers not only plenty to buy, but local food, music and culture too. While for the more brand-conscious, Kuta Square, Legian Street and Mal Bali Galeria are teeming with designer stores and boutiques.


Interesting Facts About Kuta

  • Kuta Beach is 2.5 km long 
  • The beach is an indigenous nesting site for sea turtles, with conservation efforts ongoing 
  • In 2002, Kuta survived a terrorist attack, with the Bali Bombing Memorial built to commemorate the lives lost 
  • One of the nearby attractions is the Abandoned Plane, a deserted Boeing 373 that’s now an attractive tourist selfie spot


Location of Kuta

Kuta is a district located within the Badung Regency in Southern Bali, Indonesia. Kuta Beach itself is located about 15 minutes from the international airport, while other popular tourist towns like Legian, Seminyak, Tuban, Jimbaran, Denpasar and Nusa Dua Peninsula all fall within the Kuta district.


Best Time to Visit Kuta

Planning a trip to Kuta is always easy, given that Bali is a year-round destination with enticingly glorious tropical weather. However, you can choose tour dates based on the high and low seasons, to avoid over-crowding and get the best deals on accommodation. July and August are peak months, but September sees the perfect level of dip in visitors to get the best overall experience. The holiday season at the end of the year can get packed, but it is still a great time to visit Kuta.


How to Reach Kuta

Kuta is a convenient 15-minute drive from Ngurah Rai International Airport, Bali. You can fly into Bali from most big cities in the world, either directly or via connecting flights. Once you arrive, you’ll find taxis and the local bus service available right at the terminal, to take you to your hotel.


History of Kuta

The Kuta region was a humble fishing village until 1597, when a Dutch sailor by the name of Aernoudt Lintgens arrived and was instantly enamoured. He recorded his experiences in a journal titled “The Last Paradise”. His stories became popular in the West, drawing more travellers and explorers to Kuta’s shores. In 1932, a Scottish American lady visited Kuta and instantly fell in love with the place. She was the first to build a hotel here, which eventually inspired the locals to do the same. And today, it is a sustainable tourist spot, with wide ranging efforts to protect the natural areas while at the same time providing a world-class beach town experience.

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