If it’s your first time in Legian it can be a bit of a trial finding things to see and do other than the beach and nightlife around this reasonably small area, and ultimately make the most out of your visit here. That’s why we’ve come up with this quick guide that gives you some ideas on places you can head to, either to shop and visit, besides dancing and drinking the night away on this island’s most popular bars and nightclub-filled hub.
Indeed, beyond Legian’s bars, sand and surf, there’s much you can do. Set between laidback Kuta and upscale Seminyak, this area has a good mix, all within easy reach. Away from the beach streets, leisurely walks along the main Jalan Legian route welcomes you to rows of art shops and restaurants, while Kuta’s recreational and shopping highlights are just minutes away. Here’s a few ideas to help plan your first time in Legian.
Enjoy great surfing right off this stretch of golden sand between two of Bali’s most famous beaches, Kuta and Seminyak. Beyond the exciting waves, there’s plenty of fun and recreation to be had in and around Legian, ranging from activities fit for families, to extreme sports fit for thrill seekers.
Bali’s premier water park, Waterbom now features over 17 exciting rides, slides and water games to suit all ages. The Read More»
Dream Museum Zone Bali
Dream Museum Zone (DMZ) Bali is a fun and interactive art gallery featuring a vast collection of three-dimensional, Read More»
Double Six Beach in Bali
Surf or take in dramatic Bali sunsets on this popular beach bordering Legian and Seminyak, home to great beach Read More»
After you’ve spent the day relaxing on the beach, you’re never short of options once the sun sets and the neon lights start flashing. As the partying capital of Bali, Jalan Legian is the place to go for some of the island’s best clubbing. Here we’ve compiled all the area's best nightclubs, as well as dining spots which open up until late along the high street and surrounding lanes.
Sky Garden Rooftop Lounge
Sky Garden Rooftop Lounge is a Legian nightlife institution, with great skyline views, international DJs, drinks and Read More»
The Bounty Discotheque is Legian’s legendary and hottest nightlife spot that attracts a young crowd with its late night Read More»
Red Carpet Champagne Bar
Red Carpet Champagne Bar offers a fun time in Seminyak, with a glamorous yet laidback atmosphere, a wide selection of Read More»
You’ll find rows of small shops offering a variety of art items and trinkets along Legian’s main street and its various connecting lanes. It's easy to find yourself popping into one shop after another – there's loads of variety here, from surf apparel to silversmiths and everything in between. Check out these best ideas to get you in the mood for some shopping in Legian.
Garlic Lane Shopping Street
Have a great shopping walk and find everything from kitsch Balinese fridge magnets and woven bags to cheap sunglasses Read More»
Merta Nadi Art Market in Bali
Merta Nadi Art Market is a great stopover for handicrafts and souvenirs on your leisurely stroll through Legian’s Read More»
Jalan Legian in Bali
Wander the high street of Legian that seemingly never sleeps. Explore its bountiful shopping scene with rows of Read More»
Legian’s assortment of great restaurants and bars cater to almost every taste and budget. From five-star restaurants housed within beach resorts to burger joints with cold craft beers, Legian has it all. Here, we’ve singled out the best places to dine around this popular resort area.
The best Legian hotels contain plenty of four- and five-star options, and are mostly elegant boutique resorts that provide a convenient base to explore both Kuta and Legian, with its shopping, dining and nightlife spots only walking distance away.