Kuta is where the modern era of tourism in Bali began due to a five-mile stretch of sand that is a magnet for surfers, sunbathers, and sunset spotters. Kuta Beach, also known as Sunset Beach, is where the party animals swarm once the sun dips out of sight, with its frenzied nightlife, rammed to bursting point with raucous bars, clubs, and hotels. Kuta attracts a cosmopolitan set of travelers, and while far from being a secluded paradise, it is a gateway point to some of the less-heralded but more beautiful islands and locations around Bali, through yacht charters, day tours and island hopping speedboats.
Kuta Beach is a famous white beach known for its astonishing White Sand, beautiful sunset scenery, and excellent surfing due to the waves. Sunset is a magnificent sight to behold on Kuta Beach, where tourists crowd the beach’s long stretch of coastline to enjoy the water activities available here. The beach is wide and vast, making sunbathing and swimming to be more enjoyable. Due to its development as a tourist spot, some visitors are left amazed by the convenience of shopping and the variety of cafes and restaurants. The conditions on Kuta Beach are ideal for surfing where beginners and professional surfers gather for surfing. Beginners can even learn to surf from the experienced surf guides who are always ready to teach you a thing or two on how to break the beach waves. Surfboards are available for rent, where even the casual surfers can experience a joyous moment learning to surf here. The best time to surf is from May to September, where the dry season is expected. Tired out after surfing, tourists can enjoy a relaxing massage by a local masseuse at a reasonable price.