After much planning and researching, we finally packed our bags and left to have a relaxing holiday in Bali. The whole idea was not to visit any of the touristy destinations but explore some untouched, unexplored country-side beauty. But to avoid missing out on the touristy part, we decided to also include Kuta in our list of places to visit. The only reason was to explore the famous temples of Tanah Lot and Uluwatu. We booked a hotel near Kuta Beach for 2 nights and took a cab to take us around the these famous places. We were caught by surprise - excluding the excessive crowd, the beauty of these places is the reason they became so famous. A small piece of first-hand advice - avoid wearing short dresses/shorts since they will give you a sarong to tie. Opt for a comfy jumpsuit (for women) or a knee-length dress. Even though tourists are not allowed inside the temples but they are quite strict when it comes to dress code!In my opinion, do add these places to your itinerary when you are in Bali next! Kuta beach can surely be avoided since it is just another beach with a no. of vendors selling a variety of things.