The Never Ending Nightlife of Kuta and Legian

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It’s no secret that Legian and Kuta are the party capital of Bali, where all the fun and wild things go on and on and on until the sunrise. People usually start during the sunset to watch it goes by at Kuta Beach or Legian Beach, then after that, you can choose how wild the night will be.

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Photo courtesy of thebeatbali.comThe area is used to be a small fishing village and now has developed into the centre of Bali’s tourism industry. It has gotten very big and made it hard to tell where Legian starts or where Kuta ends, not to mention the Seminyak area that basically is still part of Kuta and Legian. The area’s proximity to the airport makes it the easiest arrival and departure destination, and their long sandy beach is alongside an endless array of hotels, resorts, villas, shopping, restaurants, bars, and clubs.

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Kuta and Legian are the cloud nine of party goers. The areas know how to party and they party harder than anywhere else in Indonesia. Many travelers come there just for the nightlife and don’t mind to be trapped in a never-ending cycle of partying. If you are one for over-the-top and wild parties, the focus your attention on Kuta. Alleycats is quiet popular and liked by many people for their cheap drinks. The famous Skygarden offers five floors of parties, each of which is basically it’s own nigh club with different DJs spinning a range of music.

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You can also walk up and down of the street to find another hotspots bars and smaller clubs, like Bounty and Apache that offers live music every night. Also, don’t forget the Jalan Double Six, the legendary area which is home to some of Bali’s late night party options that opens every night until sunrise. Want stumble into surprises? Then explore the Poppies Lane, the small and narrow street, famous among young travelers as it serves small bars with cheap drink and food.

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Talking about food, Kuta and Legian also will satisfy your hunger anytime of the night, as the areas are filled with restaurants that serves hot food. From local Balinese like Nasi Pedas or Nasi Jinggo, to international dishes like dim sum or tacos, and fast food joints that serves burger, fries, and soda.

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Have you always been wanting to get a tattoo? Then you have come to the right place, as alongside the bars and clubs, Kuta and Legian also have and endless line of tattoo studios. The studios that are helmed by world class artists also have world class service and hygiene. So are you now tempted to experience the fun nightlife of Kuta and Legian?

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