Along the beach front from Seminyak to Legian and Kuta it’s walkable and some might think Seminyak is somewhat more upmarket, however it certainly seemed to have ‘grown up’ since I was last there.
A stay at the Jayakarta Hotel is situated in lush gardens and located right on Legian Beach.
This Bali hotel is also within walking distance to shopping and entertainment areas.
While offering peace and tranquillity, the grounds are perfectly manicured.
Even though the beach is at the ‘back gate’, it’s always handy to have a clean safe pool for families with small youngsters.
Beach area is a lot cleaner and seems to have a greater presence of security these days.
Undoubtedly, Frank is ready and willing to show us non surfers how it’s done … Have a drink while you’re having your dreadlocks done too?
Beach areas are never short on snacks!
Bali has no shortage of temples, monasteries, monuments and historical landmarks, all of which are dotted around the island.
Kuta Paradiso Hotel is also few minutes walking distance from Kuta Beach, the local arts market, restaurants, night clubs, shops and close to the famous Waterbom Bali Water Park, Discovery Shopping Mall, Matahari and Kuta-Square shopping centres.
Secluded with your own bathing area, the accommodation is fantastic for couples wanting their own privacy. A separate kitchenette with a dining and lounge area is totally separate to the bedroom and its outlook is over the pool.
Quiet accommodation in the heart of Kuta, who’d have thought …
Breakfast, my favourite meal of the day starts off with some local delicacies including rice parcels.
Yum, healthy and tasty – can’t ask for any more than these to be added into a meal during the day.
And with a rooftop view just adds to the tranquil setting of the area.
Well Kuta and Legian have been interesting to visit after so many years, but next stop is Labuan Bajo in the Flores region of Indonesia.