My guide to Legian Bali, including the best places to stay, eat, visit and have fun. Legian is the next town north of Kuta and south of Seminyak located on the west coast of Bali, it is generally the more upmarket area compared to Kuta, but not as up market as Seminyak.
This is where Kuta blends into Seminyak with lots of restaurants, bars and markets but you can still find a bargain.
The Legian area is full of shops from street markets to designer brands, and is a little more hip yet still affordable. Legian beach continues on from Kuta Beach, but you’ll find more sun chairs by the water. Legian offers lots of outdoor dining.
Don’t forget to enjoy a sunset cocktail at one of the many beachfront resorts or bars.
Legian beach is set between two of Bali’s most famous beaches, Legian has a mix of the surfing Mecca scenes of Kuta and the partying crowd of Seminyak, and is an ideal recreational place where you can shop, swim and go for leisurely walks along boutique and restaurant lined streets.
Legian offers a whole range of night life, bars and clubs open till late.. Be on the look out for these popular places:
- TAO rooftop bar
- Apache Reggae Bar
In between the intertwining lanes, an assortment of restaurants and bars share the scene offering a seemingly endless mix of local and international cuisine. From five star beach resorts to burger joints, Legian has it all.
- Pearl French Restaurant
- Mozzarella by the Sea
- Blue Ocean Restaurant
- Teko Bali
- Mamas German Restaurant
- The Kopi Pot
- Dejavu Kitchens
- Five Monkeys Bali
- Balkanika Macedonian
- Moo Moos
- Garlic Lane
Legian Beach offers a handful of highlights not to miss, are some of the top attractions to experience while in and around Legian.