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Legian is a beachfront town in South Bali, located north of Kuta and south of Seminyak.

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Aside from the obvious (the gorgeous beach!), there is not a great deal to see in Legian. It is a place where visitors stay, shop, eat, drink and go to the beach. Legian Beach is one of the best in Bali for viewing the sunset.

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About Legian


Stretching north from Kuta, Legian offers the same easy access to shops and bars but a slightly more relaxed and less chaotic feeling. It is a low-key area where you can still get the low prices of Kuta without some of the hassle. The northern area of Legian bordering Seminyak offers a bit of an escape from the crowds and is also a popular surf beach.


This is a small area fronting the beach which stretches from Jalan Melasti (where Kuta ends), north to Jalan Arjuna (better known as Jalan Double Six) where Seminyak begins. Most of the popular Legian hotels are on or close to the beach. The whole of Legian is no bigger than a few blocks in a large city, but despite its small size, this area has a very high profile with visitors due to the lovely beach frontage, and proliferation of mid-market hotels.

The most popular stretch of Legian Beach is at the bottom of Jalan Padma, and is sometimes called Padma Beach. It is more relaxed than Kuta, has a better and less crowded surf break, and is home to many nice vendors selling beers under umbrellas. There is easy parking here for Rp 1,000 per motorbike.

There is a long north-south road between the beachfront hotels and the beach, which is only open for authorised vehicles when there is a ceremony being held. Otherwise it is a well paved footpath, and makes for an excellent walking route, allowing users an easy beach-side stroll along to restaurants, bars and nightclubs on Double Six Beach.

The main road is Jalan Legian which can get very jammed indeed. All roads to the beach run westwards, more or less perpendicular to Jalan Legian.


The beach

Head into the ocean with boogie boards (Rp 20,000/hour) and surfboards hired from at beach or take surfing lessons from the Surf School based at Blue Ocean beach. Quiksilver surf school offers lessons lasting 2.5 hours for Rp 390,000 (+62 361 791 2220, [1]). They also rent boards for Rp 50,000 per hour, but if you have taken lessons with them, you can get a reduced rate of Rp 20,000 per hour. If renting from locals on the beach, be sure to use this fact to get a good price.

On Saturday and Sunday evenings, the beach front 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.

Almost every evening at about 5PM a game of beach football begins right in front of de ja vu on Blue Ocean Beach. Visitors are normally welcomed if they want to join in.

A more leisurely beach pursuit is to situate yourself, cocktail in hand, at one of the many beach front cafes on this stretch, and watch one of the world's great sunsets. Be in position by about 5.30PM.

Spas and treatments

Informal massages, manicures, pedicures and hair braiding, are all widely available while you relax on the beach in this area.

  • Glow Spa At Mandira, Jalan Padma 2 (opposite Padma Hotel),  +62 361 751381. 10AM-8PM daily. A spa Treatments based upon the principles of restoring balance, beauty and harmony to mind and body From US$16.
  • Legian Beach Spa, Jl Melasti (at the Legian Beach Hotel),  +62 361 751711. 9AM-7PM. A full range of treatments on offer including from basic therapeutic massage, to Javanese 'Lulur' body scrub and "Rempah and Honey" treatment, a traditional massage followed by a body mask of honey, clay, flowers and roots. From.
  • Talaga Spa, Jl Dewi Sri 16,  +62 361 8733831. 9AM-9PM. A high end day spa offering a variety of treatments and packages lasting from 90 minutes to three hours. Specialise in the use of VCO (virgin coconut oil). From US$45.


Legian's beachfront restaurants are popular spots for sunset and people watching.


You can get bakso (soup with meat balls), mie goreng (fried noodles) and nasi goreng (fried rice) from the small warungs (outdoor cafes) on the beach. Very cheap and very tasty.


  • Bali Beach Shack Bar & Restaurant, Jl Sahadewa 7,  +62 819 36222010, e-mail: balibeachshack@hotmail.com. 11AM-midnight daily. Live music daily, Indonesian drag cabaret every Thur, Fri, Sat at 10:15PM and 11:15PM. Good service, Australian and Indonesian eats. Despite the name, it is not by the beach
  • Fresh Warung, Jl Legian, Legian (just south of Jl Melasti, right next door to Crown Restaurant),  +62 813 37573332. Fresh Warung specialises in local & international dishes. It is small but cheerful, clean & serves up well-priced quality food. Emi, the owner, is cheeky and provides great service.
  • Gosha Bar and Restaurant, Jl Melasti 7,  +62 361 759880. A huge, cavernous restaurant. The ambience and set up is not great, but the food is very reliable and this is a popular eatery with Australian visitors especially. Been around since 1985. Broad menu offering seafood, western and Indonesian dishes.
  • Island Cafe, Jl Legian, Gang #19 (near Air Asia office),  +62 813 5303 7096, e-mail: cafe@theislandhotelbali.com. 7.30-10PM, Mon-Sun. Italian coffee (Segafredo) , healthy food choices, Free WiFi and a relaxed environment. Wood fire pizza oven. From Rp 30,000.
  • Indo-National, Jl Padma 17, Legian,  +62 361 759883, e-mail: indo_national@yahoo.com.au. Long-standing and popular Australian-run restaurant with a truly enormous menu. Simple Indonesian and western food, no great shakes but very reliable. Mains Rp 25,000-70,000.
  • Ketupat, Jl Dewi Sri, Legian,  +62 361 758969. The second branch of this top notch Indonesian restaurant. Similar to the long-established Kuta venue, decked out in a traditional Javanese style and with the same menu. High quality tastes of Indonesia.
  • Lanai, Jl Blue Ocean (Jl Pantai Legian),  +62 361 731 305. On the site that used to be Benny's Cafe, Lanai serves up big portions and has great views of the beach from the upstairs balcony.
  • Lemongrass Thai Restaurant, Jl Melasti, Legian,  +62 361 73698652, e-mail: info@restaurantkuta.com. Dine in or takeaway Thai food.
  • Seaside (formerly Cafe Warna), Jl Pantai Legian 14. Now only open from mid afternoon. Food is decent, beachside setting very good indeed, and they have great bar. Closest restaurant to Hotel Jayakarta.
  • Tekor Bali, Jl Blue Ocean (Jl Pantai Legian),  +62 361 735268, e-mail: tekor@dps.centrin.net.id. Broad Indonesian menu and all food is beautifully presented. Great for Balinese and Indonesian specialties: try the Bebek Betutu, slow-roasted duck with Balinese spices. Perhaps the best breakfast on the beach in Bali. Midrange prices (entree Rp 50,000- Rp 100,000) for upscale food, this is one of Bali's best bargains.
  • Waroeng Asia, Jl Arjuna 23, Legian,  +62 361 7420202, e-mail: tradewindsbali@hotmail.com. Popular Thai restaurant with very affordable prices. Large range of mid-priced meals. Rp 20,000-70,000.
  • Zanzibar, Jl Pantai Arjuna,  +62 361 733529. A well-established restaurant with excellent Italian cuisine and especially good pasta dishes. Right on Blue Ocean beach. A great spot to watch all the action whilst enjoying a quality meal.
  • 66 Corner Restaurant & Cafe, Jl. Double Six/Jl. Werkudara 23,  +62 361 730 403. Daily 8AM-11PM. 66 Corner offers cuisine from all over the globe. Happy hours from 4-7PM with 30% off all beverages and free wifi is also available. Covers also all sports games live on big screen TV, such as rugby, soccer, F1 and many more. Movie nights are held on every Tues and Thur. From Rp 20,000.


  • de ja vu, Jalan Blue Ocean 7X (Jalan Pantai), Legian (Go to the beach end of Jalan Double Six, turn left and it is 50 m on the left hand side),  +62 361 733 777. A very happening beach-side dance bar. Popular with the pre Double Six crowd from about midnight-3AM. Lightweight clubwear is appropriate here and they can get sniffy about singlets and sandals. Check local listings for special events and name DJs.
  • Jaya Pub, Jl Legian (junction of Jl Legian and Jl Nakula - down a small lane, well signed),  +62 361 730937. This live music bar has been around forever and gives a distinct impression of being stuck in a timewarp. Still, the bands are fun and beer is cheap.
  • Monsoon, JL Werkudara (Nr Hotel Jayakarta),  +62 361 762297, e-mail: micwatson@hotmail.com. Opening in the afternoon and closing at 1AM. Offers entertainment with a large collection of Retro Music Videos from 1964-2000. A good variety of Tapas and drinks are available all at reasonable prices. Selected smokers areas.
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Legian is crammed full of shops selling everything from the latest designer surfware to Balinese souvenirs to take home. This is a shopping destination. Covering the main shopping area in Legian will not take too long. It encompasses Jalan Melasti, Jalan Padma, Jalan Werkudara and Jalan Arjuna, all of which run perpendicular to Jalan Legian on the beach side. Jalan Padma is especially good for beads, shell work and other similar trinkets. Jalan Arjuna is lined with small stores selling sarongs and fabrics. On Jalan Legian look for slightly more upmarket boutiques, and the ubiquitous surfwear/sportswear stores (although the larger of these are in neighbouring Kuta).

There are two markets on Jalan Melasti. Close to the beach at the western end there is a large art market selling Balinese handicrafts and other items for tourists. You could easily buy all of your presents to take home in one visit here. At the eastern end where Jalan Melasti becomes Jalan Sri Wijaya, there is a morning fresh produce market which opens from about 5AM.

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