Beachwalk was opened in April 2012 and is conveniently located opposite Kuta Beach. The three-storey shopping mall has a unique design that includes an open-air amphitheater and numerous water features.
In addition to being within walking distance from Kuta Beach, Beachwalk is also easily accessible from the popular backpacker area of Poppies 2.
A wide range of brands, both local and international, are available and the shopping mall attracts holidaying visitors and locals after a bit of retail therapy or to simply hang out.
The mall also offers a large food court situated on the third floor, as well as a lovely air-conditioned cinema complex on the second floor.
|Location||Kuta Beach · Jl. Pantai Kuta|
International fashion brands such as ZARA, MANGO, Victoria's Secret, GAP and Topshop are exclusive to Beachwalk, making it one of the best places in Bali to shop.
Visitors are spoiled for choice when it comes to dining at Beachwalk. Choose from Tony Roma Steakhouse, Fish & Co or the popular Burger King. Bushido offers Japanese food while Haagen-Dazs is the perfect place for dessert.
Jl. Pantai Kuta is almost always backed up with traffic, whether during the day or at night. To make matters worse, it's a one-way street so you have to go all the way around if you're past Beachwalk and want to get back.
On the bright side, there is ample underground parking and catching a taxi from the main road is quick and easy.
|Attractions||Kuta Beach | Jl. Pantai Kuta | Jl. Legian|
|Opening Hours||Sunday - Thursday : 10 am - 11 pm
Friday and Saturday : 10 am - 12 pm
The enormous four-storey Discovery Mall is located on Jl. Kartika Plaza in South Kuta. Shops here sell anything from fashion and underwear to traditional batik and local art. When you get hungry after all the shopping, there are several popular chains and coffee shops to choose from.
Sogo department store, familiar to Japanese tourists, is located on the first floor. The side of the mall opposite to the street opens up onto the beach, and even has its own beach club with swimming pool called "Ocean 27".
|Location||Jl. Kartika Plaza, South Kuta|
Popular stores include Body & Soul, Bamboo Blonde, Batik Keris, Bin House, the handmade lace of Uluwatu, and surf shops like Billabong and Quicksilver.
A wide choice of fast food outlets include Starbucks, Burger King, KFC, and A&W. There's also Segara Grill, Bread Talk and Chat Time for a bite to eat or a refreshing drink.
Jl. Kartika Plaza is the main road that runs through South Kuta, and although still busy it doesn't get as congested as Jl. Pantai Kuta. Many tourists stroll along the street from their hotels nearby, and it's no problem to catch a taxi. Parking is provided on the first floor of Discovery Mall.
|Attractions||Jl. Kartika Plaza | Waterbom Bali | Kuta Square|
|Opening Hours||Monday - Thursday: 10 am - 10 pm
Saturday and Sunday: 10 am - 10.30 pm
Sunday : 10 am - 10 pm
|Website||Discovery Shopping Mall|
The Simpang Siur intersection connects the resort areas of Kuta, Sanur and Nusa Dua. Mal Bali Galeria is located at this busy junction, and features an outdoor courtyard surrounded by food outlets and coffee shops.
The mall boasts several furniture and homeware stores like VINOTI, the home improvement store Ace Hardware, and also a large Hypermart supermarket. If it's luxury brands you're after, head next door to the duty-free DFS Galleria.
Mal Bali Galeria is more popular with residents and locals than tourists, particularly on Sundays when the whole family comes to enjoy a day out.
|Location||Simpang Siur Interjunction, Kuta|
For casual and resort wear head to Matahari department store and Body & Soul, L'Occitane and The Body Shop sell popular cosmetics, there's the beautiful handmade lace at Uluwatu, and Quicksilver and Billabong for surf apparel. Other tenants include the large book and stationery store Granmedia, ACE Hardware, and VINOTI home and furniture wear. There are more local than international brands, especially bag and shoe shops.
Japanese, Chinese and Italian food is available at the food court, as well as local warung-style food, burgers and Starbucks.
Located at the large Simpang Siur Intersection, you are bound to pass this busy junction one time or another on your trip. It's an easy stop-off on the way to or from Seminyak and Ubud, and is not as crowded due to it not being situated within walking distance from more popular tourist areas. Taxis are available outside the entrance of the mall - don't try to catch one from the busy road out front.
|Opening Hours||Daily : 10 am - 10pm|
|Website||Mal Bali Galeria - Trip Advisor|
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