Kuta South

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South Kuta (Indonesian:Kecamatan Kuta Selatan) is a district within Badung Regency of Bali.

It covers 101.13 km2 and home to 116,143 people as of 2010 Census,[1] like other places in the regency, it has seen tremendous population growth, and basically covers Jimbaran and everything to the south (Bukit Peninsula). To the north is Kuta District, and the south is Indian Ocean. It contains six villages, namely Pecatu with Uluwatu in it, Ungasan, Kutuh, Benoa, Tanjung Benoa and upmarket Nusa Dua, and Jimbaran.

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