Accommodations in Kuta near Legian (Kuta, Indonesia)

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Legian (Kuta, Indonesia)

Discover Exotic Legian, Bali: What to Expect

Home to golden sandy beaches, a unique dining and shopping scene, as well as endless entertainment options, Legian is by far the second most popular tourist spot in Kuta, Bali. When the sun rises in Legian, the area is filled with those who love to bask in the sun, surf and relax by the ocean. When the sun sets in Legian, the streets come alive with buzzing nightclubs, beach parties and chic dining establishments. The suburban beach area of Legian is named after the Balinese word for pleasant and sweet and there are plenty of opportunities for making pleasant and sweet memories.

Adrenaline-Pumping Fun: Discover Endless Activities in Legian, Bali

There is a long list of activities and attractions to explore and experience when visiting Legian. Stop by Indonesia’s number one water park, Waterbom Bali and challenge yourself to sky-high waterslides! They are not for the faint of heart, so bring your courage.

Or, if you have a love for the arts, the interactive 3D trick art gallery, Dream Museum Zone is a great choice. Located on Jalan Nakula, this museum features 120 artworks and life-size murals where visitors can take fun pictures. Those who appreciate adrenaline-pumping activities adore the year-round waves at Armada Flow House and reverse bungy jumping at 5GX Bali Reverse Bungy. Legian is also minutes from Asia’s leading board riding school, the Rip Curl School of Surf, which is popular among aspiring surfers. .

Exploring Legian’s Food Culture: Top Balinese Cuisine to Try

Many Balinese dishes are created with a blend of spices, fresh vegetables, meats and seafood with influences from Chinese and Indian cuisine. Legian has a wide range of restaurants to sample the many flavours of Indonesia, however, if you’re keen to explore a cheaper and more authentic dining experience, Indonesia as a whole also has a thriving street food culture. Along the beach in Legian, visitors can feast on a number of dishes including mie goreng (a spicy fried noodle dish), nasi goreng (fried rice with meat and vegetables), or bakso (a type of meatball often served in a soup) from small outdoor cafes called, warungs. Warungs are usually family-owned and offer the perfect setting for a midday meal and people-watching along the beach.

Plenty of Legian Accommodation: Relax and Let Go

When it comes to places to stay in Legian, there are a number of options. Staying in a villa can provide more intimacy and privacy as many villas in Legian have private pools and garden areas to relax in. Some notable Bali hotels and resort to stay at in Legian include the Legian Beach Hotel and beachfront Bali Mandira Beach Resort & Spa with its expansive grounds, white sands, panoramic ocean views and its luxurious rooms, suites and cottages. Hotel Mercure Bali Legian is a mid-scale hotel suitable for leisure or business trips. It has on-site dining, a massive pool, deluxe rooms with plunge pools and more.

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Hotels near Legian

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