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The Vibrant Neighborhood of Kuta


Kuta, a four letter word which is familiar to the ears of those visiting the island of the Gods, is known for it’s legendary surf beach and its vibrant party scene along the streets of Legian. But, it offers you so much more than that. Explore more than the surface of what Kuta has to offer, from vintage finds in the back alleyways of Poppies Lane, adrenaline rush in the Reverse Bungy nearby, to immersing in the local culture and finds in Kuta Art Market. All merely just steps away from Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort.

Beyond Kuta, Bali evokes every notion of paradise, with its beautiful beaches, endless natural wonders, and magnificent art. And yet, its unique culture made up of warm people, rich history, colorful festivals, and delicious food is what consistently draws people to return to Bali.

Visit our Concierge to set you up on an island adventure tailored to your liking.

Uludanu Temple - Bali

People

Warm, friendly, and welcoming perfectly describe the people of Bali

The island is home to people of different races and religious backgrounds, who live in harmony. They are known to be very tolerant of other cultures’ customs and religious practices. Over and above that, the locals never fail to embrace visitors as one of their own. It is for this reason that you will always feel at home in Bali.

Tirta Empul Temple - Ubud Bali

History

Bali is believed to have been inhabited for millions of years.

However, cultures and villages were established when the Austronesians migrated from South China. During their time on the island, they cultivated rice and introduced the irrigation system (subak), which is still used to this date. History enthusiasts can visit the numerous museums and sites located throughout the island to learn more of Bali’s rich history.

Tirta Empul Temple - Ubud Bali

Food

Given the diversity of the island, Balinese food is equally diverse

Comprised of fresh ingredients grown on the island and fresh seafood, Balinese cuisine has been regarded as one of the most exquisite cuisines of the world. Taste the tantalizing satay with peanut sauce, roasted suckling pig (Babi Guling), slow cooked duck (Bebek Betutu), and rice with mixed vegetables, meat, soup, and chili sauce (Nasi Campur).