1. Splash in Waterbom waterpark
Packed with water rides, Waterbom water park is good fun for kids and adults alike. The Race track and Climax are recommended for the thrill seekers, while the less adventurous will enjoy a ride down Lazy River.
2. A round of Golf at the New Kuta Golf course
The New Kuta championship golf course is among Asia's most challenging. The course is perched above limestone cliffs leading down to the Indian Oceans ensuring spectacular views as you swing your way through the 18 holes.
3. Party in Legian street
Kuta is Bali's no. 1 party town. The party starts at around sunset at the bars and moves on to the clubs a few hours later. The highest concentration of bars and clubs you'll find Legian street. Just follow the crowds and the bass - you can't miss it.
4. Renew yourself with a spa and massage treatment
After a night out, there is no better way to renew yourself than with massage and spa treatment. There are plenty of options in Kuta, but quality and price varies, so be sure to take a look inside before you choose.
5. Surfing the Kuta waves
One of Kuta's major attractions is the great waves at Kuta beach, drawing surfers from all over the world. If you haven't brought your own board, there are plenty of places where you can rent one. A good place for beginners is the Halfway Kuta break, while experienced surfers should hit the waves off Legian.
6. A round of bowling or a game of pool
Gather friends or family for a fun night out. Paradiso hotels bowling and billiard center has 18 bowling lanes 38 pool tables waiting for you.
7. Yoga and meditation
Find peace in all the hustle and bustle by visiting a yoga center or the public Secret Garden of The Divine Mother, a park dedicated to healing and spirituality.
8. Watch the sun set at Kuta beach
The sunsets on Kuta beach can be spectacular. Enjoys the sunset with a drink from one of the beach side café's or bars or sit in the sand on the beach and watch the sun disappear to the sound of the breaking waves.
9. Bali shell museum
Museums are rare in Kuta, but there is one - The Bali Shell museum. The museum combined shop and museum and display sea shells from all over the world as well as fossils.
10. Explore the local Kuta
Head to the Northern part of Legian Street. Take any of the narrow alleys leading away from the beach. Soon you find yourself in the neighborhood where the local lives, a very different world from the touristic parts of Kuta.
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