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  • 398 properties in Kuta
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  • £63

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    Kuta Luxury Residence, Kuta

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    Swandewi Homestay, Kuta

    Swandewi Homestay

    Kartika Plaza, Kuta


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  • £19

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    Letos Kubu 1, Kuta

    Letos Kubu 1 2 stars

    Downtown Kuta, Kuta


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    Guest House Matahari, Kuta

    Guest House Matahari 2 stars

    Downtown Kuta, Kuta


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    Beneyasa Beach Inn I, Kuta

    Beneyasa Beach Inn I 2 stars

    Downtown Kuta, Kuta


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Bali Party Capital

One of the first Bali resorts, Kuta has a long, sandy beach and great nightlife - reasons why it’s one of Indonesia’s top tourist spots.

Another popular draw is Kuta surfing. From gentle rollers to lefthanders, the waves are great for all abilities. Several shops in town sell big-brand surf gear at knockdown prices, while other shopping options include Kuta Square, Discovery Mall and Bali Mall Galleria.

There’s also no shortage of places to eat. Street vendors offer local fare, while international cuisine is served in restaurants of the Kuta hotels on When the sun goes down, the heat goes up, as the bars and clubs in party zone Jalan Legian kick into life. For something more refined, the bars by Kuta Beach waterfont are a great spot to watch the sun set with a refreshing cocktail.

If you’re up early enough to see the Sanur Beach sunrise, you might get to see locals throwing traditional offerings into the sea. Spirituality is a big part of Balinese life and there are yoga and meditation classes, not to mention spas to revive the senses.

The gateway to southern Bali, Denpasar Airport is right on the edge of the town, so it won’t be long before you can stretch out and soak up the sun.