From Kuta, the city of Bali is 80 miles (129 kilometers) to the northwest.
Enjoy Kuta's sights. See Kuta Beach and Pantai Seger.
Kuta isn't the only spot in Nusa Tenggara worth exploring; visitors should also head off and experience the unique qualities of the surrounding landscapes, communities and cultural attractions. Mataram, lays 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the southeast, and Tanjung lies 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the southeast.
For an outdoor cultural activity that everyone will like, be sure to check out the region's popular open-air markets. Travelers looking to discover spots of quiet contemplation, will love the chance to spend time in the region's churches.
Nusa Tenggara offer some fun outdoor options for energetic visitors with a love of watersports. Snorkeling and scuba diving are both popular pastimes here.
The 17th of August is Independence Day, so if you're lucky enough to be in Kuta then, keep in mind that many businesses may not be open as the country celebrates.
There's an old saying that goes: that it is far better to see something once than to hear about it many times over. With its stunning beauty Nusa Tenggara will not disappoint.