Best things to do in Bali – Take notes before visiting.

Bali has become a go-to holiday destination in the recent years. Here are a few of the best things to do when in Bali.

Eat to your heart’s content at Locavore

This is a foodie’s paradise with a range of local dishes rich in flavour and taste. Located in the hills of Ubud this is the perfect place for the meal of a lifetime.

A visit to the Museum Negeri Propinsi Bali

This is a wonderful museum depicting the main features of Balinese culture. The museum is composed of several buildings filled with artefacts showcasing the best of Balinese architecture, prehistoric structures, and ceremonial collectibles.

Walk to the cave Goa Gajah

This is a cave located about 2km from Southeast Ubud. The entrance of the cave is carved as the face of the demon. The cave comprises of the remains of the phallic symbol of the god Shiva (a Hindu god).

Get an adrenaline rush in the Circus water Park, Kuta

This is the perfect place for a fun-filled day with the entire family. It is an adventure park only 10 minutes away from the Ngurah Rai International Airport. Located within the close proximity of any Kuta hotel such as the centrally located Holiday Inn Resort Baruna Bali, this is must visit when in the area.

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Take a Dip in the Clean and Clear Waters of Kuta Beach Bali – Fun in The Surf

Located along the southern edge of Bali, Kuta Beach is undoubtedly the most famous beach resort in the country. A playground for young and old, the place is a sun-kissed haven and party central.

The Transformation of Kuta Beach

A few years back Kuta was a charming and rustic fishing village; over time as the allure of the beach was made popular the place started to change. Fine resorts appeared along the golden stretch of beach, restaurants and bars popped up to cater to the increasing number of tourists and holiday thrills of water sports and night clubs soon sealed the resorts position as the most sought out in Bali.

Surfers Paradise

The breaks at Kuta are legendary and loved by surf enthusiasts across the globe. The consistent waves and excellent surf clubs make the place a haven for enjoying the clear waters and fine weather. Choose a Kuta hotel that offers services of a tour desk and they will easily hook you up with a surf school – for beginners, as well as recommend places to rent out boards.

The Water Sports are Fabulous

Surf, water ski, jet ski and swimming; the options of splashing around the sea in Kuta are high. There are plenty of Kuta beach resorts that sit lazily along the wide expanse of beach and like the Holiday Inn Resort Baruna Bali, these resorts offer you the chance of chilling on the beach. Indulge in some volleyball, take a ride on a banana boat and try your hand at parasailing. Parents join the kids and scout for seashells or simply relax and soak up the sun.

Snorkelling at Kuta

The crystal clear waters of Kuta are super for all snorkelling enthusiasts. This is a sport that the entire family can enjoy and in Kuta it is quite a treat to spot the tropical fish and colourful coral. No better excuse to spend time in the clean and clear waters of Kuta.

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Stay fit and get the best shape of yours at Bali Kuta – Be fit on holiday!

While on holiday, it is crucial to stay fit and healthy, especially with the added holiday weight one will packing on while trying the delectable varieties of local dishes. Indonesian food is a mouth-watering cuisine comprising of spices and varying tastes that leaves one craving for more. If walking around the city and its beautiful spots aren’t enough to get rid of the added calories, pop in to one of BaliKuta’s popular gyms for a quick run on the tread mill or lift some weights.

Originally known to be a surfer’s paradise, Kuta attracts tourists from all over the world to enjoy its beautiful beaches and warm waters. For guests staying in Kuta, a hotel will most likely have gym facilities like Holiday Inn Resort Baruna Bali, where guests don’t have to venture out in to the streets to locate one. Most hotels and resorts also offer other activities like beach sports where guests can work off their added calories after heavily indulging in the local cuisine from the previous night. However, don’t fret if the hotel one is staying at doesn’t have gym facilities, as the streets of Kuta are cleverly lined with a string of gyms.

Besides the traditional gyms like Canggu Club Gym or Hammerhead, where a maze of gym gear is arranged along the walls of the gym to create the proper gym experience, those looking for a different way to get fit should head down to S2S CrossFit Bali, where visitors can work off the sweat and test their fitness in some cross fit exercises. For those who prefer to work out in a group, head down to Motion Fitness for a series of high energy, cellulite burning exercises, that is bound to bring back that beach body hidden under all the local Indonesian food.

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