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Kuta – Discover Bali’s Cultural Heritage and Sublime Natural Beauty

80361 Kuta City center: 3 km
Dbl. from 40.00EUR
8.0
80361 Kuta City center: 2.8 km
Dbl. from 25.00EUR
80361 Kuta City center: 2.3 km
Dbl. from 68.00EUR
9.2
Kuta City center: 1.1 km
Dbl. from 45.00EUR
7.7
80361 Kuta City center: 2.5 km
Dbl. from 140.00EUR
80361 Kuta City center: 1 km
Dbl. from 150.00EUR
80361 Kuta City center: 2 km
Dbl. from 55.00EUR
80361 Kuta City center: 1.4 km
Dbl. from 46.00EUR
8.3
80361 Kuta City center: 0.8 km
Dbl. from 38.00EUR
24653 Kuta City center: 11 km
Dbl. from 59.00EUR
80361 Kuta City center: 1 km
Dbl. from 195.00EUR
80361 Kuta City center: 2.9 km
Dbl. from 195.00EUR
80361 Kuta City center: 2.7 km
Dbl. from 893.00EUR
80361 Kuta City center: 4.2 km
Dbl. from 273.00EUR
80361 Kuta City center: 1.6 km
Dbl. from 70.00EUR
6.3
80361 Kuta City center: 1 km
Dbl. from 53.00EUR
9.2
80363 Kuta City center: 2.7 km
Dbl. from 68.00EUR
80361 Kuta City center: 2.9 km
Dbl. from 46.00EUR
80227 Kuta City center: 8.4 km
Dbl. from 211.00EUR
80361 Kuta City center: 3.2 km
Dbl. from 152.00EUR
80361 Kuta City center: 0 km
Dbl. from 126.00EUR
80361 Kuta City center: 0 km
Dbl. from 49.00EUR
80361 Kuta City center: 0 km
Dbl. from 490.00EUR
24653 Kuta City center: 10 km
Dbl. from 42.00EUR
80114 Kuta City center: 1.1 km
8.7
The village of Kuta in Bali is a world-famous tourist resort area with a spectacular surfing beach. What used to be a quiet fishing village when it was discovered by groups of young backpackers in the early 1980’s is now a surfer’s paradise mainly frequented by boarders from Australia. The broad Indian Ocean front is arguably one of the best beaches in the world, and thanks to a thriving tourist industry, has had substantial infrastructure and touristic development over the last decades. The beach is safe, very well maintained, and lined with tents and sunbeds. The five kilometre long stretch is clean in most parts and extremely scenic despite beach vendors selling food and drink–although they are sometimes a godsend. Providing varied accommodation, with lots of restaurants and bars, and a rough and ready night party zone, Kuta remains one of Indonesia's top destinations.

Location: At the southern tip of the island of Bali

Kuta is located around the western coast of Bali’s southern peninsula, and it is near Ngurah Rai International Airport, also known as Denpasar International Airport. Your best means of transportation to your hotel is a taxi with a meter in working order. You can catch them just outside the airport exit, but agree a price before you get in.

Business: Dependent on tourism

Tourism has made a major contribution to the Balinese economy, and has in essence irrevocably changed the lifestyle of the people of the island, improving its infrastructure and bringing local communities in touch with the rest of the world.

Culture: The artistic and cultural capital of Bali

For culture in Bali, escape Kuta and head to Ubud (30 km), located in the central foothills of the Gianyar regency. Surrounded by small villages, farms, and rice paddies, this is the cultural centre of Bali, balancing the unparalleled natural beauty of its surroundings with its exuberant culture. Ubud focuses on the myriad forms of art and traditions that express the Balinese people, and you can find remarkable architecture and landscapes that blend with the gorgeous and delicate art of Balinese dance and music. Bali’s palette-awakening gastronomy allures travellers to the religious rituals devoted to Indonesian Gods. Urdu showcases the rich cultural heritage of Bali as well at its artistic creativity in all aspects of life.

Activities: Explore northern Bali

North Bali's natural environment is beautiful as much as it is diverse. There are remarkable beaches of white and black volcanic sand, green rice terraces, and plantations of cocoa, coffee, tobacco, mangrove forests, and volcanoes. Singaraja, the former Dutch colonial capital of Bali, is an old harbour with many sights and plastered warehouses still breathing the atmosphere of spices, vanilla, and tobacco. The 3,014-metre tall Gunung Agung volcano is the holiest site in Bali and has great significance in the Hinduism religion. Indonesians consider it ”Navel of the World" and "Throne of the Gods".