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LEGIAN This would have to be the number one choice of areas for people to stay in. Stretching north from Kuta, this area offers easy access to the shops and bars but a slightly more relaxed and less chaotic feeling. The northern area of Legian going towards Seminyak also offers a bit of an escape from the crowds and is also a popular surf beach.
This area basically stretches from Legian Beach Hotel up to Hotel Kumala Pantai or Double Six Road. Most of the popular hotels, such as Bali Mandira and Bali Padma, are on the beach along here. There is no proper road in front of the hotels, however there is a paved pathway between the hotels and the beach which is only open for authorised vehicles when there is a ceremony being held. This pathway acts like a boulevard and gives guests in this area the advantage of being able to stroll along this stretch to a number of restaurants, bars and nightclubs at the end of Double Six Road.
 Get in
 By plane
International Ngurah Rai Airport is located south of Kuta and is the main airport in Bali. In takes about 20-30 minutes by car from the airport to Legian.
 By car
 By taxi
 By bus
 Get around
 By taxi
Surf, shopping, party
Head into the ocean with boogie boards (Rp20,000/hour)and surfboards (Rp50,000/hour)hired from the beach or take surfing lessons from the Surf School based at Blue Ocean on the beachfront.
Do some shopping, have a manicure, pedicure or hair braiding all while you relax under your ocean view sun umbrella.
Take a break from the beach for lunch at one of the reasonably priced restaurants on the beachfront.
Watch the stunning sunset over an arak madu (local spirit with honey and lime) or a Bintang (local beer).
Have dinner at Blue Ocean restaurant which has live music on Friday nights.
On Saturday and Sunday evenings the beachfront is packed with tourists, expats ,locals and motorbikes, with fire pois and musicians jamming on the beach - you'll be more than welcome to join in........
Legian's beachfront restaurants are popular spots for sunset and people watching.
You can get "bakso" (soup with meat balls), "mie goreng" (noodles) and "nasi campur" (fried rice) from small warung on the beach.
Great range of mid priced (Rp15,000-Rp65,000) Indonesian and international meals from any of the restaurants on the beachfront. These include:
Squeezed between Kuta and Seminyak this area has a wide variety of accommodation options in the mid range to splurge hotels and offers as well several villas. Legian is a bit more upmarket compared to the backpacker oriented Kuta.
 Private Villas
These picturesque holiday villas have all the five-star resort amenities, and provide an oasis of tropical gardens, elegant pools and traditional Balinese atmosphere. Villa Naga Maya is a delightful haven to make one's stay in Bali a unique experience of tropical island living. The crystal clear swimming pool has a unique water curtain, and is surrounded by lush tropical landscaping. Nestled back in the quite lanes of beautiful Legian, 400 meters from alluring Legian Beach and only 20 minutes from the airport. Its safe, quite and secure location is strategically located in the midst of fine dining establishments, invigorating nightlife, and of course the best shopping Bali has to offer.
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