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Four Points by Sheraton Bali, Kuta

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Jalan Benesari Banjar Pengabetan, Kuta, Bali, 80361, Indonesia   •  Weather:    •   Local Time:     •  Phone: +62 361 849 6606  



The beautiful Bali. One of the dream destinations that has much more to offer. The Island combines the culture, the nature, and the modern attractions to fulfill the holiday spirit of its visitors.

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Besakih Temple


Tanah Lot Temple


Tirta Empul Temple


The Island of a Thousand Temples is given to Bali because you can find numerous beautiful and sacred Temples to visit in Bali. Tanah Lot Temple, Besakih Temple, Tirta Empul Temple, Uluwatu Temple, and Goa Lawah Temple are some to mention. There are some restrictions to visit the Temples and wearing sarong with modest and covered clothes is one of them.


People mostly know about the famous Kuta Beach where you can have beautiful sunset or Sanur Beach where you can witness the amazingly perfect sunrise. Do you know that Bali also has much more Beaches to offer? Pandawa Beach, Padang-Padang Beach, Virgin Beach, and Blue Lagoon are some of the beautiful beaches you must visit when you are in Bali.


Kuta Beach


Pandawa Beach


Legian Beach


Badung Market


Kuta Art Market


Sukawati Art Market


Who loves shopping? Well, we all do, but the visit to the traditional markets during your holiday will make it more special. To have more of an insight into the culture of Bali, you can explore Badung Market, one of the oldest traditional markets in Bali. It provides local foods, clothes, and things that used by Balinese people on their daily prayer and offering. Besides this market, you can also explore some art markets such as Kuta Art Market, Sanur Art Market, and Sukawati Art Market. You can even go to Pasar Burung (Bird Market) to find a wide range of birds and other animals as dogs and cats.


Bali has rich collection of local foods to fulfill your taste buds. Some of the favorites and a-must-try are Sate Lilit (Balinese satay made from fish, chicken, beef, or pork), Nasi Campur (mainly white rice served with chicken or pork, mixed vegetables, and spicy sambal matah), Ayam Betutu (a whole chicken with traditional spices wrapped in banana leaves), Babi Guling (non-halal food, roasted pig with rich traditional spices), and Lawar (a mix of chopped meat, vegetables, grated coconut, and spices).


Sate Lilit


Nasi Campur


Sate Lilit


Nasi Campur



To have a Balinese experience, you cannot miss the Balinese dance performances. Some of them are Kecak Dance (which is based on an epic battle from Ramayana, a Hindu Saga. You can watch the performance while visiting Uluwatu Temple) and Legong Dance (traditional Balinese dance featuring young women and told the story of King Lasem. You can visit the Ubud Palace to watch the show).