Altars & offerings
When you are at Kuta, you will see the traditional altars shown in the photograph. Also, you will see offerings by the locals which are placed on the ground as part of their Hindu religion (see photo). Please show respect and do not touch or step on them.
a new restaurant by kuta galeria simpang siur mall.
it has bright green wall with old black and white pictures.
the ceiling is full of white lampions and empty birdcages.
indonesian style homemade food serve with white or yellow rice. you can have free crakcers (kerupuk) if you have your meal there. try everything...
This is one of the beachboy, who rent the surfboard and also teach to surf for the beginner...and if nothing to do then he will playing with his dogs... and its sooo harmony living, between the man and his pet, his friend actually...:)
A lot of tourist...
Kuta in addition to being the Sunset Site Number One, with its daily spectacular sunsets, it is also the centre of night life activities in Southern Bali and a shopping mecca, with its lines of shops, boutiques, and galleries. Restaurants line up the streets as well as the Bachfront,Hotels, ranging from a small, inexpensive homestay to a luxurious resort, will ready accomodate you.
The beach of Kuta is one of the first favorite beaches discovered by tourist. On the south, the beach is fenced by the airport?s runway, which gives you a breathtaking landing experience. The beach stretches as far north as the eyes can see. As short walk away north, waves will invite you to test your surfing
Kuta is very short drive away from the airport, and transportation is readily available to take you from and to Kuta to and from anywhere else in Bali.There is only one word to describe the sunsets in Bali: spectacular.
In winter solstice in December, when the sun is close to its lowest point, a large, bright orange, red sun will approach the horizon of Kuta, descending ever so slowly. Brilliant shadows are cast everywhere, golden reflection on the water, and strips of clouds march as if to curtain another day. One light strip of cloud will probably march straight into the view, stealing the completeness of the sun, as if to accessorize it with a flowing silk scarf. Millions pairs of eyes are fixated, as the sun's bottom touches the horizon, and, in a matter of minutes, vanishes from the sight, as if it was never there. Or, in Tanah Lot. A several hundred years old temple stands erect, solemnly guarding the land from the wilderness of the sea. Yet, as the sun begins its journey to its nightly resting place, the brilliance of an orange, red sun softly falls onto the side of the temple, raising its mystique even more. As waves break into the natural stone foundation of the temple, teasing the hundreds of little snakes in the cave in front of the temple, the sun marches down slowly. The millions of people it fascinates do not disturb it, for its ritual must flow. As it draws near the horizon, a magnified shadow of the temple is cast upon your eyes, as if to whisper good night. And in a couple of minutes, the sun rests, leaving traces of the day that has just passed.