Monday, February 8, 2016

Kuta Beach

Kuta Beach, The Best Beach in Bali

Kuta Beach Bali
Kuta Beach, located south of the island of the gods. One of the interesting tourist spots in Bali is the main purpose of tourists visiting the island of Bali. The beach is very tekenal and become a mainstay of the island of Bali as a tourist beach, since the 70s.

If at Sanur beach, you will see the sunrise, the view of the beach of Kuta Bali, you'll see the sunset. If you come from Ngurah Rai airport, to the beach it will need 15 minutes. You can access this beach, using a taxi or private vehicle, when parking you will be charged Rp 5,000 / car.

Bali's Kuta Beach, the heart of the island so people know him and the beautiful beach of Kuta Bali, very well known to foreign countries. Kuta Beach, white sand with waves long and very large parts of the world surfers to test your nerve. Not one of them chose Kuta beach, as the best surfing locations in Bali.

Kuta Beach: Tour Indonesia
For novice surfers, no need to worry if you want to learn the sport of surfing. Along the beach many rent surf boards with varying prices, depending on the large and the quality of the material. Accompanied by an experienced guide who has always been ready to help break up the surf beach.

So strategic location makes Kuta beach Bali, was never empty of visitors to tour the coast of Bali. The beach was once a traditional fishing village, now turned into a meeting place of people from different countries. Access to the beach is very easy to pass, with motor vehicles. Only 15 minutes from Ngurah Rai Airport, two-wheelers and four wheels.

But if you take the bus, the passengers had to stop at the central parking lot and had to take sutle to Kuta Beach Bali. Given the parking area is located alongside the road and to avoid congestion. Especially during the holiday season and the new year, the village government to local custom, will close the road for motor vehicles headed for the beach.

Along the road leading to the beach, there are plenty of hotels, restaurants, shopping centers, art markets, and other tourist support facilities. By late afternoon the tourists who stay around Kuta, usually stroll to the beach for sunbathing, while enjoying the sunset. If the weather is sunny again, the sun will set around 18:00.

Tired down the beach, moms local villagers, was ready waiting to offer massage services. Armed with a mat, sort of coconut oil, salt mixed fare of Rp 75,000. Especially surfers have always subscribed to the services of the massage. Food and drink small traders also do not compete with existing restaurants around the edge of the beach. Kuta one area that offers a variety of eating places in Bali that fall within the tourist favorite.

Apart from being a tourist, Bali Kuta beach is often used as a filming location television series young people in Indonesia. The local beach boys are sometimes involved. They miss out as a supporting role. Unfortunately the shooting is often compromised because the beach is always crowded. Currently, in addition to Bali Kuta beach, the beach is much visited during the holidays by domestic tourists is the beach Pandavas Bali.

History of Kuta Beach Bali

Before becoming a famous beach resort in Bali, this beach is a trading port and many traders from outside Bali conduct business transactions here. In the 19th century, a merchant who came from Denmark named Mads Lange, set up trading places on this beach, because cleverness in trade and trade negotiations, Mads Lange famous among Balinese kings.

Formerly this beach is the habitat of the green sea turtle and many people do not know this. The green turtle is endangered and becoming one of the protected animals. Green turtle breeding has now been transferred to the Tanjung Benoa beach, if you want to see green turtles you can visit the turtle island in Tanjung Benoa using glass bottom boat, while providing fish meal on the way to turtle island. Please read Parang Tritis Beach in this blog.

Mendocino Coast Hotels In Kuta Bali:

Hard Rock Hotel Bali
Mercure Kuta
Kuta Sea View

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