Kuta Beachwalk is a premier leisure destination in Kuta. Occupying 3.7 hectares of land and a 250-meter street side near the end of Jalan Pantai Kuta, this striking complex houses numerous shops, restaurants and entertainment facilities boasting international brands and franchises. The Beachwalk is a first for Bali, sporting a unique design that is to some extent a major departure from the typical mall.
A two-storey underground parking space for up to a thousand vehicles makes up for this position on one of Bali’s most packed streets. It aims to become a leading destination, and has received a steady flow of local and international visitors since its opening mid 2012. Kuta Beachwalk is right next door to the four-star Harris Resort Kuta Beach and the five-star Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort.
Kuta Beachwalk is an easy stroll from the beach, and stepping into its foyer is a retreat from the coastal heat. Its main building architecture, large ponds and running water features imitate the curves of a paddy field. Even though a tad bit synthetic, its wide central atrium does provide natural airflow, ample shades and real gardens. What's more, the team behind the project applied eco-friendly measures in its sustainable design, including minimum air-conditioning in open spaces and a special rainwater collection system.
Shopping at Kuta Beachwalk
The price range here is on the luxury side. Various outlets behind large windows line the curvy arcades and it represents a complete boutique shopping experience. Here you’ll find these popular brands:
- Armani Jeans
- Boss Sports
- Tommy Hilfiger
- Versace Jeans
- New Look
- Pull & Bear
- Urban Icon
- Watch World
- (X) S, M, L
- The Face Shop
- Yves Rocher
The brands for kids include ELC (Early Learning Centre), Gingersnaps and Playskool which offer the finer quality, imported toys and apparels.
Dining at Kuta Beachwalk
Kuta Beachwalk is a great place to go ravenous, choose from a large variety of cosy outlets including the Eat & Eat Food Court that serves Indonesian classic dishes, conveniently located at the second floor’s centre alongside a children’s play facility. Seminyak’s renowned Bali Deli has opened an outlet here, as well as Ku De Ta with its Sienna Cafe. The Kitchenette serves galettes, crepes and salads, and Luna Negra offers delicious Italian cuisine.
Other franchise outlets, somewhat a fixture in many Western malls that might ring a bell include:
- Buffalo Wings & Rings
- Coconut Joe’s
- Dairy Queen
- Fish & Co
- Johnny Rockets
- Wowcow yogurts
- Kihana Japanese restaurant
- Pazia Café
- Rollaas Café
- Tapeo Tapas Bar
Envisioned as a family and weekend destination, Kuta Beachwalk boasts a dedicated kids’ play centre called the Miniapolis Bali. Among the fun features, include the Play Zone, the Amazing Walk, Water Play, and a day-care facility called Cheeky Monkey. These are sure to provide parents a good timeout they need. Other attractions include a Cloth Museum by renowned Indonesian batik, ikat and heritage textile producer Bin House; an open stage featuring exciting musical fountain shows as well as scheduled dance performances.
Other highlights of Kuta Beachwalk
International visitors will find familiarity with the new restaurant franchises, while locals will enjoy additional choices to that available elsewhere. Fixed tenants include the new XXI Cineplex, which answers the high anticipation for more quality cinemas on the island. SATU and Moeda are multi-brand boutiques featuring collections from Bali-based designers worth checking out.
Other services and facilities available at Kuta Beachwalk include a valet service and concierge, banks and moneychangers, a supermarket and salons. If the boutique price tags keep your wallet at bay, you can always mingle and admire the complex’s airy spaces with high views over Kuta’s beach and sunsets, and the nice tropical gardens, ponds and fountains.
- Opening Hours: Daily from 10.00–22.00
- Location: Jalan Pantai Kuta, Kuta
- Tel: +62 (0)361 846 4 888