Kuta Beach:Things To Do During Your Honeymoon

Bali is a gorgeous tropical island, a haven for any traveler who loves a simple way of life with a wonderful climate, fascinating culture, great food, and warm, welcoming people. Kuta is possibly the most famous spot on this fabulous island, a vibrant, exciting, party town with a truly spectacular beach and some of the best hotels, resorts, and restaurants on Bali.


As a honeymoon destination, Bali is hard to beat, and no trip to Bali would be complete without some time spent on Kuta Beach. From surfing and swimming to shopping in the local markets and upscale boutiques, there’s a wealth of activities, as well as plenty of exciting and romantic nightlife options to indulge in!


So when you book your honeymoon cruise to Bali, here are some of the best things to do in Kuta for loved-up couples.

Visit Vihara Dharmayana Kuta

This bright, eye-catching Buddhist temple is over two hundred years old, and is one of the main religious sites in Kuta. Hidden away down a tree-lined backstreet, it emits an ambiance of calm and peace, and is a wonderful place to explore and get a feel for the authentic culture of Kuta.

Surf on Kuta Beach

Kuta Beach is an amazing place for beginner surfers, thanks to its combination of soft, golden sand, gentle breaks, and calm currents. There’s no jagged coral to rip your rash vest on, just a soft sand bar, so you and your new spouse can enjoy the waves together whatever your experience level!

Visit Bali Sea Turtle Society

If you want an unbelievably cute experience and you and your partner are animal lovers, you can’t go wrong with a visit to Bali Sea Turtle Society. This wonderful organization runs a hatchery based in Kuta, protects the eggs of this endangered species, and releases the newly hatched turtles safely into their natural environment. You can watch the babies as they make their way across the beach into the sea for the first time every day from April to October. 

Sunbathe on Legian Beach

Kuta Beach itself is a magnificent stretch of sand, but it is popular and as a result can get quite busy. If you are after something a little more tranquil, head down the road to Legian Beach. Here the atmosphere is far more relaxed, with fewer tourists, and is perfect if you want to spend the day soaking up the sun and enjoying the sound of the waves gently caressing the shore!