In this video, we bring you the top things to do and see in Bali’s tourism hub, Kuta.

The first is Kuta Beach, a beautiful long stretch of white sand beach. Surfing is quite popular here, especially for beginners. Surfboards can always be rented off of the beach, but you should arrange in advanced if you want lessons. More experienced surfers can take a boat out to Kuta Reef, which deals one perfect wave after another. Boat trips cost around $20 round trip.

The Beachwalk Mall offers the best shopping in the area. Whether you’re looking for a new outfit, to exchange some money, or a delicious meal, the Beachwalk Mall will have what you need.

The Ground Zero Monument was built to remember those who were tragically lost in the heartless bombings. The bombings had a deep impact on the community, and it is an event that must not be forgotten.

If you didn’t find what you were looking for at the mall or just want to test out your bargaining skills, head over to the Kuta Street Market. The market is a long stretch of small shops that sell all sorts of items. The most common items are t-shirts, souvenirs, and watches, but there are many more options.

Waterbom Waterpark is one of the most fun attractions in Kuta. It has been rated the best waterpark in Asia. With amazing waterslides and even a Flowrider, we don’t doubt it. Head over to the water park for a fun afternoon with the family.

Kuta is also famous for its vibrant nightlife. Some of the best clubs and bars in the whole island are in Kuta. Skygarden is a nightclub with many different floors that all play different genres of music. All you need to do is head upstairs for a completely different atmosphere. Skygarden is definitely the place to be on Saturday nights.

Here are some good resources for information on Kuta:
http://www.bali-indonesia.com/kuta-beach/first-time.htm
https://www.lonelyplanet.com/indonesia/kuta-legian
http://wikitravel.org/en/Kuta