12 Best Things To Do In Kuta, Bali At Night

10 things to do in kuta at night
Stephanie Anais
Stephanie Anais 
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Kuta is not just the place where Australian youngsters go to party all night! Kuta is a lively town with a busy tourist center, a stunning stretch of sunset beach and traditional night markets just outside of the center. Whether you’re a family staying at the top kid-friendly resorts or a solo traveler cozying up at the best hostels in Kuta, there is a lot of things to see and experience after the sun has set. Here are things to do in Kuta, Bali at night.

1. Sunset Cocktails

Cocktail Time
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Of course, the best way to start a perfect evening in Kuta is by watching the magnificent and enchanting sunset that Kuta is so famous for. Go find the perfect seat at one of the oceanfront bars, order your favorite cocktail and let the evening start with a spectacular show of nature. The sky will transform from blue into warm orange, red and purple before finally, the night sky appears. It is magical and it can be quite romantic if you are spending the evening with the right person!

The Boardwalk at Bali Garden

Address: Jalan Kartika, Tuban, Kuta, Bali, Indonesia

Price: From 2 USD

Opening Hours: 11am - 11pm.

Duration: Around 2 hours required.

Access: Located next to the Discovery Shopping Mall.

Contact: +62 361 752725

Near by Food: Bali Garden

Website: The Boardwalk

2. Romantic dinner by the sea at Bali Garden

Romantic Dinner
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After sunset, it is time for an intimate candlelight dinner. Why not enjoy it by the seaside where you sipped your sunset cocktails? The Bali Garden is an absolute ocean-front beach resort with excellent service, nice decor, and live music, adding to the romantic atmosphere. The Boardwalk Restaurant serves delicious food for you and your loved one(s) to enjoy. Start your Kuta beach nightlife with an intimate dinner at Bali Garden.

Bali Garden Beach Resort

Address: Jl. Kartika, Tuban, Kuta, Bali, Indonesia

Price: Main dishes range from 39.000 - 115.000 IDR (2.90 - 8.65 USD)

Opening Hours: 11am - 11pm. Closed on public holidays.

Duration: Around 2 hours required.

Access: Located next to the Discovery Shopping Mall

Contact: +62 361 752725

Website: Bali Garden Beach Resort

3. Rooftop BBQ at Sky Garden

BBQ
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Kuta, Bali nightlife does not start without a taste of BBQ at the hippest night club in the city, Sky Garden. The BBQ starts at 5pm and continues till 9pm which means you have four hours to munch all kinds of delicious food at this all-you-can-eat BBQ feast. On top of that, there is a free-flow bar where you can get all kinds of mixed drinks and draft beers. Party time! When the BBQ is over you can stick around for the buzzing Sky Garden nightlife. Enjoy!

Sky Garden Rooftop BBQ

Address: Jalan Legian No.61, Kuta, Bali, Indonesia

Price: From 99.000 IDR (7.45 USD)

Opening Hours: 5pm - 9pm.

Duration: 4 hours

Access: Located on Jalan Legian, the main road in Kuta.

Contact: +62 361 755423

Website: Sky Garden Rooftop BBQ

4. Take a trip to the cinema

L'Odéon
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Enjoy an evening of family fun with a trip to the cinema. Choose between two or three of the latest blockbuster movies, get your popcorn and Coke, and get ready for two hours of full-blown entertainment at these state-of-the-art cinemas in Kuta, Bali.

XXI Cinema 21 at the Beachwalk Shopping Center

Address: Beachwalk, secondfloor, Jalan Pantai Kuta, Kuta, Bali, Indonesia

Price: 50.000 IDR on weekdays (3.75 USD), 60.000 IDR on Fridays (4.50 USD) and 75.000 (5.60 USD) on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays.

Opening Hours: 12pm - 9.40pm.

Duration: Around 2 hours required.

Access: 1 minute from Kuta Beach

Contact: +62 361 8464888

Website: Cinema XXI Beachwalk

5. Rejuvenate with an evening spa treatment

Posted by Carla Spa Bali on Monday, 1 July 2019

The most relaxing option for an evening in Kuta is to get a full-blown spa package. Start with a relaxing foot massage, followed by a full body massage and a scrub, continue with a hot flower bath and finish it off with a cream bath for your hair with a manicure and pedicure. It sure is wonderful, and it’s very affordable!

Carla Spa

Address: Jalan Popies II, Kuta, Bali, Indonesia

Price: from 90.000 IDR for a one-hour full body massage (6.75 USD)

Opening Hours: 9am - 10pm.

Duration: 1 hour required for a full body massage.

Access: Located behind Beachwalk Shopping Mall / In front of Warung Nusantara

Contact: +62 851 728383

Website: Carla Spa

6. Get some of that delicious Indonesian street food

Bedugul street vendor bali
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After hours of relaxation, your belly might start to rumble again, craving some food. Well, good news! The Indonesian street food stalls open up in the evening, so there is always something good to be found. And after all, you can’t visit Bali without trying the authentic local food, which is mostly found at local food stalls and evening markets. Choose between Soto Ayam (chicken soup), Bai Guling (suckling pig), Sate Ayam (chicken saté) or a good old Nasi Goreng (fried rice). It is freshly made and delicious!

Pasar Senggol Kuta

Address: Jl. Blambangan, Kuta, Bali, Indonesia

Price: from 15.000 IDR (1.15 USD)

Opening Hours: 6pm - 11pm.

Duration: Around 1 hour required.

Access: 1.1 kilometers / 1.3 miles from the Hard Rock Cafe Bali

7. Take a beach walk beneath the stars

On Stranger Tides - Bridlington, East Yorkshire
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Nothing is more romantic than strolling along the coastline in the evening when the beach is almost empty and the stars are shining brightly in the night sky. You can sit in the sand, listen to the waves and gaze at the stars above. Maybe you’ll even get to see a shooting star, or is it a plane landing on the Island of the Gods? Either way, it is wonderfully romantic! Bring some drinks for the absolute perfect setting.

8. Magic at the Kuta Theatre

Cooming soon.. Another show of Kuta Theater "The Destiny Of Swantara"

Posted by Kuta Theater on Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Photo taken from the establishment’s official social account.

The cultural show at Kuta Theatre makes a great, fun night out for the whole family. You will get to see beautiful Balinese costumes and dances as well as modern magical tricks and illusions. It is scary, funny, intriguing and enchanting at the same time.

Kuta Theatre

Address: DEE JAY CLUB, Jl. Kartika Plaza 8X (Kuta centre)

Price: 11 USD

Show Times: Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday (8pm)

Duration: Around 3 hours required.

Access: Next to Waterbom Bali

Contact: +62 361 762750

Website: Kuta Theatre

9. Explore the nightlife of Kuta

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Up for a night of dancing and fun with good friends? Kuta’s nightlife is never boring! In the lanes of Poppies I and Poppies II, there are lots of bars where you can listen to live music, enjoy drinks and play pool. Out on Jalan Legian, the main party street, you can go clubbing all night long. Think neon lights, loud music, crazy people, night clubs, rock music cafés and reggae bars. There is something for everyone!

10. Visit the Dream Museum Zone (from USD 6.0)

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An evening of fun is easy at the Dream Museum Zone. This 3D trick art museum, located in Legian, features 120 life-sized murals, hand-painted by extraordinary, world famous illusion artists from Korea. The wall paintings create the perfect settings to take amazing photos. Kids will love it too!

Dream Museum Zone

Address: Jalan Nakula 33X, Legian, Kuta, Bali, Indonesia

Price: 110.000 IDR (8.25 USD)

Opening Hours: 9am - 10pm. Closed on public holidays.

Duration: Around 1.5 hours required.

Access: 2.8 kilometers /1.7 miles from Sky Garden, in the heart of Kuta

Contact: +62 361 8496220

Website: DMZ Bali

DMZ Museum Admission Ticket in Bali

Duration: 3 to 6 hours

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11. Shop at Beachwalk Shopping Center

Beachwalk Shopping Center - Bali
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Ah, shopping. Truly one of the best luxuries in life. Kuta is no stranger to it, for sure! For all your shopping needs, come on down to Beachwalk Shopping Center. This is no ordinary mall, we’re telling you. Its open concept design and lush decoration will surely make you feel the island lifestyle without even hitting the beach. Take your family out for lunch, watch a movie, or just simply go shopping! Fun is never off the table at Beachwalk.

Beachwalk Shopping Center

Address: Jl. Pantai Kuta, Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia

Website: Beachwalk Shopping Center

Opening hours: Mon - Thu: 11am - 8pm; Fri - Sun: 12pm - 9pm

12. Go on adventures with Bali Beer Cycle

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Alcohol drinkers out there are truly going to have their minds blown by this unbelievably creative attraction. Bali Beer Cycle is a roving “bicycle” that is also a bar! You can book a ride with your friends, and your driver will tour you around Kuta. Unlimited drinks are served during the ride. Imagine you’re in a taxi, just that it’s a giant bicycle that has seats for up to 13 people. This unique tour is for those who believe that sightseeing is so much better when inebriated!

Bali Beer Cycle

Address: Jl. Kartika Plaza, Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia

Website: Bali Beer Cycle

Kuta has it all

Now you now what to do in Kuta, Bali at night. Whether you are a group of friends seeking nightlife, a couple on a romantic getaway or a family looking for some entertainment in the evening - Kuta has a lot to offer, suiting everybody’s needs and wishes. Enjoy your time!

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