Kuta – one of the most bustling and lively villages of Bali, probably because it was one of the first towns on Bali to see substantial tourist development, and as a beach resort remains one of Indonesia’s major tourist destinations. Since then, it took several decades and Kuta has evolved from a small village into a center of tourism and entertainment. Traditional narrow streets of Kuta filled with clubs, restaurants, cafes, variety of shops, massage and spa salons.
Kuta is very popular among fans of partying and nightlife, because the concentration of nightclubs and bars here are the highest on the island. In addition, the coast of Kuta is best suited for the newly-surfers, because there are no rocks and coral reefs. That what makes Kuta one of the best places to learn of waves conquer. Other types of water activities in Kuta are virtually absent. Only exception is the local water park «Waterboom» with water slides, underwater tunnels and attractions. The advantages of the local beaches are their strategic location for the contemplation of colorful sunsets.
Despite on endless, covered with fine, bronze-colored sand, Kuta beach is still not suitable for a relaxing holiday with family and especially children, because of strong waves, currents, and high concentrations of surfers. Another point is that beach unfortunately, not the cleanest on the island. One more disadvantage of this area is permanent traffic jams, which are becoming less intense only in the morning. So the best way to move in this area is – the scooter. It’s easy to hire taxi in Kuta, but this method may not be the fastest.
All types of accommodation available in Kuta (exception are the private villas, which is rare), from cheap bungalows without a pool and more ambitious mid-level suites to deluxe 5* hotels, located mostly in Tuban.