Kuta Beach, Bali
Kuta Beach is a tourist place located in Kuta district, south of Denpasar City, Bali, Indonesia. This area is a tourist destination for foreign tourists and has become a mainstay tourist attraction of the island of Bali since the early 1970s. Kuta Beach is often referred to as sunset beach (sunset beach) as opposed to Sanur beach. In addition, I Gusti Ngurah Rai Airfield is located not far from Kuta.
Extensive stretch of white sand on Kuta beach
Before becoming a tourist attraction, Kuta is a trading port where local products are traded to buyers from outside Bali. In the 19th century, Mads Lange, a Danish merchant, came to Bali and established a trading base in Kuta. He is an expert in negotiating himself well-known among Balinese and Dutch kings.
Furthermore, Hugh Mahbett published a book entitled “Praise to Kuta” which invites local people to prepare tourist accommodation facilities. The goal is to anticipate the explosion of tourists visiting Bali. The book then inspired many people to build tourist facilities such as lodging, restaurants and entertainment venues.
Kuta Beach is famous for having good waves for surfing (surfing), especially for beginner surfers. In addition to the beauty of the beach, Kuta beach tourism also offers various types of entertainment such as bars, restaurants, shops, restaurants, hotels, and grocery stores, as well as street hawkers along the coast to Legian beach.
The Beach is famous for its beauty and natural scenery. Various activities that visitors can do, including sunbathing on the white sand, surfing, and so forth. In addition, in this area, there are also many shops, restaurants, and baths. You do not need to pay to enter Kuta beach area. But for those who bring their own vehicle, it is charged a parking fee. Parking fees are not only Rp. 5000 / car only.
In Kuta Beach is also often held various religious ceremonies conducted by local residents. This religious ritual event has become a regular sighting we witness, as well as a part of the religious tradition for the locals. As the majority of Hindus, they gather with a large number while delivering some offerings that will be on the edge of the beach Kuta. But this invites attention and interest as well as a special attraction for visitors who see it, especially tourists from abroad.
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