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Bustling and somewhat brash, Kuta is Bali's beating heart attracting hordes of holidaymakers and young travellers to its sandy shores and club-crammed streets every year. Buzzing day and night, there's always a party atmosphere in this beach resort and whether you want to sprawl on the beach while being served colourful cocktails, zip around on a jet ski over the Indian Ocean, ride curling waves on a surfboard, or throw shapes to blaring beats on a packed dance floor there's plenty to do here.

Things to see

Bali's most famous, Kuta Beach is a stunning stretch of curving ice-white sand that's lapped by the gentle waves of the glistening Indian Ocean. Whether you simply want to sit back and sunbathe while your feet are massaged or prefer to get the adrenaline pumping with some water sports, you're well catered for along this epic stretch. Lined by beach bars and restaurants serving up freshly netted seafood, refreshments are mere moments away when you need to refuel. Kuta's not short on shops - you'll find everything here from ramshackle huts selling beach gear to glossy malls housing designer names and swanky jewellers – don't miss Beachwalk Shopping Center with its thatched roofs and outside corridors which are swathed in greenery or bustling Kuta Square where mopeds can be seen zipping from there to here and shoppers spilling in and out of stores. If the scorching sun gets too much, cool off at Waterbom Park as you cruise on a huge inflatable ring along a lazy river, hurl into water after being spat out of a twisting turning slide or get catapulted into the sky on a bungy wire.

Hotels in Kuta

There are hotels in Kuta to suit everyone whether you're a family wanting a spacious resort hotel with swimming pools, kids clubs and onsite restaurants, a couple looking for a tucked away romantic guesthouse or traveller on a budget in need of cheap and cheerful digs. At the top end, luxury Kuta hotels, such as Kuta Paradiso Hotel, certainly don't scrimp on added extras and you can expect beachfront locations, marble-clad lobbies and huge guestrooms decorated in rustic Balinese furniture. Mid-range options, like Adi Dharma Cottages, often feature swimming pools and offer a good range of amenities like WiFi, bars and restaurants, and English speaking staff. Cheap hotels in Kuta tend to be very centrally located within the area's crammed, warren like streets and while they may lack frills they make up more in atmosphere.

Where to stay

If you want to wake up to sea views and glimpses of Kuta Beach's fine powdery sands, splash out and choose a hotel along the beachfront. If you're here to party and don't mind being surrounded by hustle and bustle 24/7, the streets around Kuta Square are home to bars, clubs and restaurants. For a quieter experience, stay more towards Legian which is slightly less crowed and a little more refined – yet still within an easy stroll of Kuta's pumping nightlife.

How to get to Kuta

Most visitors arrive by air, touching down in Denpasar International Airport. The airport's extremely well located for those staying in Kuta, just a 15 minute taxi ride away, traffic permitting. Blue bemo buses also ply the route between the airport and Kuta and are a lot cheaper than getting a taxi when there's only a couple of you. Once in Kuta, you can get around on foot and metered taxis are plentiful – just bear in mind the traffic can often be at a standstill or snail's like pace.

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