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About Legian
For one of the most relaxed waterfront destinations on Bali, set your sights on Legian. Located just north of Kuta, Legian boasts beaches, temples, and plenty of sand and surf. Find the ideal Legian apartment just steps from the beach, and soak up the sun in this Indonesian hotspot.
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About Legian
For one of the most relaxed waterfront destinations on Bali, set your sights on Legian. Located just north of Kuta, Legian boasts beaches, temples, and plenty of sand and surf. Find the ideal Legian apartment just steps from the beach, and soak up the sun in this Indonesian hotspot.
Legian Climate
Legian's location near the equator means that this area boasts hot, humid weather year-round. Visit in the summer or winter, and you'll find temperatures in the upper 80s or low 90s. The rainy season in Legian lasts from December to March, and January tends to be the wettest month. Be sure to pack rain gear or plan a few indoor activities if you visit during that time.
How to Get Around Legian
To reach Legian, you'll want to fly right into Ngurah Rai International Airport. Not only is this Bali's main international airport, but it's also incredibly convenient to Legian, just a 20-minute drive away. After landing in Bali, take a taxi to nearby Legian. If you're planning to stay in town for most of your visit, you'll find that getting from most Legian apartments to the beach and shopping areas is easiest on foot. If you're in a hurry, consider hailing a taxi to get around quickly, or rent a motorbike to explore on your own.
Best Things to Do in Legian
Bali is known for its beaches, and Legian Beach is one of the best. This popular spot features great swimming and sunbathing, and it's also home to several bars, cafés, and food stands. Whether you want a bite to eat, an umbrella to shield you from the sun, or big waves for swimming, you'll find it here. Just steps from Legian Beach, Legian Street is your destination for shopping, dining, and nightlife. Pick up a few souvenirs, buy some beach-appropriate clothing, or enjoy a quick meal on Legian Street. Bali is home to several historic structures, and the Singasari Temple is located right in the heart of Legian. This 13th-century temple has links to the East Java Singasari Kingdom and has both Buddhist and Hindu connections. Take a self-guided tour of this temple to see numerous statues and stone carvings. For some serious relaxation, book an afternoon at one of the many spas in Legian. Glow Spa can help you restore natural harmony, while the Legian Beach Spa offers Javanese body scrubs and treatments that highlight local ingredients.
Can't-Miss Legian Events
To celebrate the best of the Bali lifestyle, don't miss the Legian Beach Festival, held in late August. This fun-filled community event takes place right on the sand and features games, competitions, and local vendors from midday until late in the night. For even more events, take the short trip south to Kuta, where you'll find the annual Balinale in late September. A popular event for movie buffs, Balinale features film screenings, panels with filmmakers, educational workshops, and industry seminars. Elsewhere on the island, you'll find several important religious celebrations, especially during the summer months. In January and February, join in dozens of temple anniversaries and Balinese Hindu celebrations.