// Beachwalk Bali

Architecture

This prestigious retail and lifestyle hub has been architecturally inspired by the gentle contours of the rice terraces that have been etched into the Bali’s rural landscape by generations of farmers. The eco-friendly, low-rise design is characterised by a traditional alang-alang thatched roof, recycled hardwoods, and an open-air walkway, which is cooled by natural sea breezes thereby reducing the need for air-conditioning. The mall integrates open spaces filled with tropical plants, a fountain and refreshing waterways, with units of glass retail pods that blend seamlessly with the environment, inviting the outdoors inside. Manicured gardens border alfresco dining decks, while a central stage provides an exciting venue for live performances and special events.

Two levels of basement parking space safely accommodate up to 700 cars and 1,000 motorbikes at Sahid Kuta Lifestyle Resort; the mall has its own drop-off entrance for vehicles, and features three pedestrian access points facing the beach, and another located at the back, just off Poppies Lane. Other services and facilities at Beachwalk include customer service, wheelchair service, a disabled toilet, a nursery room, a day care, a gourmet supermarket, shuttle bus, banks and money changers. Beachwalk was built to complement the four-star Harris Resort Kuta Beach and the five-star Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort.

Never before has Bali seen such an innovative and nature-inspired pleasure space that unites so many local and international brands, as well as entertainment lifestyle facilities at the pulsating heart of the island’s beachfront – Beachwalk. Bali starts here.

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