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Kuta, in south Bali, is easily the island's largest and the most happening beach resort. Stop here if you are looking for a busy beach scene, an exciting nightlife, and great shopping places. From Kuta you can easily go diving, surfing, snorkeling, fishing and rafting in southern Bali and still be back in time for the evening happy hours and a rocking nightlife.
The beach break in Kuta is the ideal place for surfing lessons. More experienced surfers can try out the surf breaks around Ulu Watu. Hang out, sunbathe, eat, drink or play a game of volleyball. Meet the locals during the day and watch the stunning sunset in the evening.
The Kuta region offers visitors a fine dining experience and good food catering to all tastes and budgets is easily available. If you just want hang around a pool, you can order free delivery services. Booklets and brochures offering delivery services are easily available on brochure stands around the town. Budgeted travelers can try out the warungs in the backstreets near the post office or around the alleys between the Kuta beach and JI Legian.
Kuta has many options for fine dining.
Pantai Seafood: Situated on the beachfront, the restaurant's specialty is seafood, Indonesian food and Italian cuisine. You can take in the beautiful views of rainbow-colored fishing boats on the shore while enjoying your meals.
Sushi Bar Kunti: You can try out Japanese food in this quaint air-conditioned restaurant.
Kura Kura Grill and Bar: It is a popular hang out place for the locals and tourists and offers fresh food and a decent bar.
Mykonos Taverna: The place has reasonably priced Greek food on its menu.
Kuta is the place to be in if you are looking for an exciting and vibrant nightlife. In the evening, the sunset is the biggest attraction. After dinner many people opt for window shopping and late at night the party really begins. Bars usually cost nothing to enter and happy hours are between 6 pm and 9 pm. You can watch Balinese dances in most restaurants and hotels in the region.
The Pub: This pub is favored by the slightly older crowd. The food here is good and you can watch live sports events on television.
Santa Fe Café: It has a range of live music from salsa to electric violin.
Maccaroni Club: The music here is irresistible and the place jazzes it up every Sunday from 10.30 pm.
Zero Six in Tuban: This place offers a rare combination of Balinese dancing and rock bands.
Kuta is also a famous spa destination in Bali and people come here to nurture a healing experience in the tropical tranquility of the island. Offering views of the ocean and forests, the spas are luxuriously furnished and provide the ultimate treatment for relaxing the body, mind, and soul.
Taman Sari Spa: The poolside spa offers an extensive range of facial and traditional massage treatments. If you like something more energetic, you can try out the fitness center, tennis and squash court.
Spa at Ramada Bintang Bali Resort: This is the only spa which is located on a beach in Bali. The spa offers a wide range of treatments ranging from traditional Indonesian lulur to aromatherapy to seaweed detoxification, plus general beauty treatments for hair, hands and feet.