The once sleepy fishing village of Kuta was discovered in the 1960s due to the sweeping, sandy beach, which is renowned for its world class surf breaks. Years of unplanned development turned it into a jumble of closely-packed pubs, raucous nightclubs, tacky restaurants, souvenir shops, juice bars, money changers, beauty parlours, surf emporiums, second-hand bookstores and budget hotels.
However, a shift in strategy, new guidelines and planning, means that a gentle renaissance is now taking place and Kuta is slowly maturing. Immediately north of Kuta lies the neighbourhood of Legian, which was initially developed as an upmarket alternative to Kuta. Today, however, these two beachside villages have merged together and the similarities, such as the cheap and cheerful eateries, pubs, souvenir shops and market stalls, make it hard to distinguish the boundaries.
A great plot of land in the main road of Sunset Road, Kuta and close to Carrefour, Lippo Plaza, Mall Bali Galeria, Harris Hotel, Sushi-Tei restaurants and many more which makes this land special for business purpose such as villa complex, Condotel, etc. It has easy access to Denpasar city, Kuta or Seminyak area and just 20-25 minutes drive to the International Airport. Electricity and water supply is available.