Jimbaran is a small fishing village and coastal resort town towards the south of Kuta. This area earlier was a backwater of Bali and a fishing village which has slowly evolved with time to a host of several world class 5 star resorts. Several of its aspects, especially dining on its scenic Bay with a tropical sunset as the backdrop outshines the other neigbouring beach towns of Kuta and Legian. Nusa Dua is towards the Southeast and Uluwatu is towards the Southwest. Jimbaran is a 20 minute drive from Legian and Seminyak. A pre paid taxi from the airport to Jimbaran cost Rp 60,000-80,000 depending on where you are heading. There is little to find in Jimbaran when it comes to budget accommodation, the area also has many acclaimed villas. This has resulted in monikers sich as the “Beverly hills of Bali” or the "Millionaire's Row". The Jimbaran bay has white sand beaches which are considered safe for swimming. The restaurants serving sea food on the beach are a major attraction in the area. The sunset is also truly mesmerising, drawing in a large number of tourists. Despite the regular influx of tourist and multiculturalism, Jimbaran remains attached to its roots and traditions specially when it comes to religious activities. Jimbaran has a alot of chic shops and boutiques but the area is not famous for nightlife. Nightlife is not non existent but limited, the area has an advantage of being close to Kuta and Seminyak which further covers up the lost point in that regard. This is also one of the area in Bali where you could just walk and enjoy the scenic sight. The locals around the area are warm and welcoming. The area has a lot of small streets and you could just immerse yourself in the culture by just walking on these alley streets.