Located on the southwestern coast of Nusa Penida Island in Bali, Kelingking Beach is a secluded stretch of white sand bordered by T-rex shaped steep cliffs, which is why it is also called T-Rex Beach. The scenic beauty is offset by the 400m steep climb and strong undercurrents, making this a sparsely populated beach. The only security from fatal falls are bamboo fences, so physical fitness is a must while coming here.
Senggigi Beach occupies a prominent place within the highly popular tourist center of Senggigi on the Lombok Island, Indonesia. This is also known to be an excellent spot for surfing while visitors eager to explore the sea often set sail from the enthralling Senggigi Beach to visit the nearby islands.
The first beachside retreat in Bali, Sanur has been attracting tourists for decades now. Over 4 kms of lovely shoreline is available at the Sanur Beach Walk to take a stroll through, which gently curves past little cafes, restaurants, and resorts. Quieter as compared to Kuta and Seminyak, the beachfront walk at Sanur is ideal for unwinding after a long day.
Nestled in the southern corner of Bali, Pandawa beach, also called 'the secret beach', is a 1 km stretch of stunning shoreline flanked by precipitous hills on either side. Inaccessible until recently, the newly carved entrance invites you into a spot of untouched beauty, allowing you to sunbathe and witness a beautiful sunrise here.
Located on the south-eastern coast of Nusa Penida island, Atuh beach is ideal for those seeking a breathtaking view without the commercialized setup. Flanked by green cliffs one either side, a stairway leads the way to the white sandy shores. A few stalls sell refreshments along the coastline, and the beach is best visited during high tide.
Located just 10 minutes from Uluwatu temple, Bingin beach in Pecatu is the ideal spot for experienced surfers looking for challenging waves. Hidden by limestone cliffs and uneven rocks, getting here is quite the struggle; however, the view at Bingin beach makes the effort worth it. For non-surfers, the beachscape during low-tide is a spectacular sight.
Kuta beach heralded the era of tourism in Bali. A few minutes away from the Bali airport, Kuta attracts hundreds of visitors to its golden sands and surf waves making it one of the busiest and liveliest beaches the country has to offer. A plethora of cheap options for accommodation, food and beach clubs make this ideal for young travellers seeking a fun beach holiday.
The Mawi Beach on the southern shores of Lombok, Indonesia is a surfer’s heaven with a beautiful stretch of sand across the beach and high waves for the surfing enthusiasts to ride. To reach this beach from Kuta, one has to hire either a bike or a car, and it takes around 30-45 minutes through a steep and rough road to reach the destination. The beauty of this beach, however, makes the troubled path worth it, with its mesmerising scenery and eye-catching sunsets.
In the eastern shores of the beautiful Java island lies the scenic Plengkung Beach or the G-Land, as commonly known around the surfers. A surfer's paradise, this beach is a boat ride away from Bali and plays host to the surfers with high waves reaching 4 to 6 metres in height, especially between the months of April to August.
Tanjung Gelam is one of Indonesia’s picturesque beaches famous for sunset views, beach activities and water sports located on the coastline of the Karimunjawa Islands. Most people head to this beach for a rejuvenating and enjoyable time on the shores of the Jawa Sea. It can be accessed via the sea route or land on the main island. Although it is a deep-sea ocean, Tanjung Gelam is mostly visited for swimming, snorkelling, boating and fishing.
Koka Beach is famous for its environment and terrain. A cliff separates two bays in the region and forms this beach. The horseshoe shores, shallow turquoise waters and the clear sands make it one of the best beaches in Indonesia. Visitors can gain access to the beach upon paying a small entry fee. A little consideration and patience with the locals and their culture might be required while exploring this beach for tourists to have a good time here.
Lengkuas Beach is a small Indonesian beach at the island of Belitung. The magnificent beach view of the vast expanse of the turquoise-coloured sea, the tall palm trees and large granite boulders are gravitating despite its size. Along with its scenic beauty, visitors can also get to explore a century-old lighthouse and even enjoy a top view of the vast expanse of the sea.
In the eastern shores of the beautiful Java island lies the scenic Plengkung Beach or the G-Land, as commonly known around the surfers. A surfer's paradise, this beach is a boat ride away from Bali and plays host to the surfers with high waves reaching 4 to 6 metres in height, especially between April to August.
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