Kuta Square is known for being a popular shopping area in Kuta, Bali, and lies close to both the iconic Kuta Beach as well as the art lover’s paradise, Kuta Art Market. This two-way street is actually not a square at all, but despite the slightly misleading name it is famous for having some of the best shopping and dining options in Kuta.
Kuta Square also hosts a large department store in the form of well-known local chain Matahari, which has a variety of merchandise including clothing and colourful souvenirs, as well as a well-stocked supermarket on the ground floor. Also on offer in Kuta Square are a number of international surfwear stores such as Quiksilver and Rip Curl, making this the perfect place to come for visitors looking for new surf gear.
To get to Kuta Square visitors can easily drive to one of its two entrances on Jalan Kartika Plaza. For those on foot, Kuta Square is situated can be accessed just off the main artery of the Kuta area, Jalan Legian, making it a convenient stop off for visitors those looking for some food or retail therapy.
There is also a range of dining options available in Kuta Square, including fast food restaurants, decadent ice cream parlours, and healthy juice bars. For visitors wishing to sample some local flavours, there are also a number of Indonesian restaurants in the nearby vicinity, such as the popular hang-out Dulang Kafe.