A beach-side mall, Beachwalk Bali certainly does not look like the traditional shopping mall that you’ve seen before. If you are in Bali and happen to need one stop place to go, Beachwalk in Kuta is the place to be. Situated opposite from Kuta Beach, Beachwalk is filled with greenery and open-air space that represent Bali’s laidback island lifestyle that distinct itself from fully air-conditioned malls in other big cities like Jakarta or Surabaya. Here, you will find various spaces and places – from Eat & Eat food court to upscale restaurants, Luna Negra, Café Sardinia, and Kitchenette to name a few. As a busy shopping centre, Beachwalk takes the chance to offers its visitors learn more on Indonesia’s culture a little bit better through Museum Kain (Textile Museum) located on Alang-Alang mezzanine. Initiated by Indonesia’s renowned textile designer Obin, this museum takes you on an inspiring journey through Indonesia’s wide range of textiles which mirrors the national cultural diversity. Definitely a must thing to do in Kuta Bali.