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Kuta, Bali has long been famed for its Idyllic Coastline that just beckons Surfers to the Waters - But few know that

Top 05 Attractions of Kuta Bali – Look beyond the golden beaches beyond the coastline, Kuta has a lot more to show!

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Waterbom

Bali's largest waterpark, Waterbom certainly lives up to the hype surrounding it. It has a 'super loop' body slide, Super bowl, a racetrack and a multitude of other pulsating slides. Not just water focused, the surroundings are sculptured into well manicured gardens. These gardens are home to many open air restaurants that offer a grand selection of both local and international cuisine. It is an excellent location to visit if you are looking for something more thrilling than a golf resort in Bali. With spa facilities, Waterbom has activities for both adults as well as kids and is a 30 minute drive from popular hotels and resorts such as the Anantara Uluwatu Bali Resort.

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Kuta Theater

If you are in the mood for something unorthodox, look no further than the Kuta Theater. A stage for the magicians of Bali, the theatrical setting combined with the perplexing illusions and tricks are sure to leave an imprint on your memory. The theater also plays drama shows that offer a peek into the culture of the country with the actors wearing traditional and eye catching costumes. The entrance fee is just $10.

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Dream Museum Zone

Lose yourself at this 3D trick art museum. Offering an array of 120 clever 3D paintings that you can play with, the Dream Museum Zone sets the stage for some perfect 3D photos. The 3D illusions are achieved with only paint and well-positioned lighting to deliver masterpieces. The paintings are divided into fourteen categories that range from Italy and its Renaissance period to Asia and its ancient ruins. The ticket for an adult is $25, $20 for kids and free for anyone below the age of 3.

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Upside Down World Bali

Another one of the many indoor entertainment areas located on the island, Upside Down World is a place where you can find 7 sections where everything is (intentionally) the wrong way up. While this sounds bizarre, it does present an excellent opportunity to strike a goofy and gravity defying pose to adorn your social media page! Selfie sticks do not make the ideal companion here, but thankfully there are staff members who are always on hand to help you out. Some of the most popular sections in Upside Down World is the master bedroom, the kitchen, and the Balinese section. You are advised to educate yourself beforehand on the best angles and poses and do not forget to tag along with your tripod. If you are running out of ideas, you can even ask the staff members to help you out. The entrance for an adult is $7.5 and half price for kids.

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Vihara Dharmayana Kuta

Take a trip down the historical side of Kuta by visiting the Vihara Dharmayana. Constructed almost 2 centuries ago, this temple is an excellent example of the exotic architecture of the Far East. The entire compound oozes a calming presence while the incense smokes from the censers add to the tranquility.