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KUTA NIGHT MARKETS

"After all Kuta has a vibrant night life where everyone does something to find, a super cozy sports bar until the measuring chic and trendy clubs which are rotating DJs. Oh and do not worry, with a 24/7 fast food chain on every corner you after just steps can score usual greasy bite."



              
The Kuta Night Markets are locally known as Pasar Senggol Kuta. For years backpackers came to this nightmarkets to eat, because you could order a variety of dishes, which also were affordable. You could dine and drink on these markets. And today it's still the case.
There are in fact two separate night markets, both of which are called "night market". The main market is at Jalan Blambangan, the same way that the Chinese Buddhist Vihara temple Dharm Ayana is. The second night market is a few minutes' drive south of Jalan Tuan Long.
During the day there are only open a few stalls. Other stalls are serving complicated dishes that require longer time to prepare:. "Gulai kambing (lamb stew) and" Soto Babat (bright, aromatic beef tripe soup) It is fair to say that the Kuta Night Market predominantly has eateries.

Once the sun goes down, Kuta comes to life. You'll experience the bustle of the night market. It consists of a square with a dozen eateries with mainly fresh fish, fruit / juice stalls. It is amazing cheap with lots of fresh seafood, from which you can choose your favoutite dish. You can even say how you want them cooked. You can also try the many different local dishes.
When you're finished eating, you can go in search of a bargain. Night time is usually the best time to shop; this market is also perfect to buy your traditional Balinese souvenirs at very affordable prices for home.

Location:
Jalan Blambangan, Kuta
Opening Times: mo-su 18: 00-23: 00

 

Kuta is home to various entertainment venues such as bars and pubs. The club scene starts here usually late. It usually starts around midnight and lasts until the early hours. One wonders where all these people so suddenly come from.

 

There is a multitude of ways to spend a night in Kuta, but some of the most famous places are Casablanca, Bounty, Hard Rock Café, Skygarden and District Bali.
The first is part of the 61 Legion Entertainment Complex and is actually a collection of clubs and nightlife activities. The rooftop lounge offers an all-you-can-eat buffet with a "free flow of beer." District Bali, located at Jalan Kartika Plaza. It is Bali's premier nightclub, which has live cabaret shows every night, to see anywhere else on the island. The club also has karaoke rooms and a live DJ and band performances.


 

 

 

From a Travel Blog:

"The true cuisine of Indonesia taste? That is quite a search in Kuta. The streets are full of American fast food chains where you can go for fries and brugers. In addition to fast food is on every street corner or an Italian restaurant, a Mexican restaurant and a Japanese restaurant. For an oriental menu, you can certainly justified, but to taste the real Indonesian cuisine you'll still have to walk down slightly from the familiar streets."

 

 

 

 

 

 


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