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.
Located on a beautiful offshore rock in Tabanan regency, Bali, Tanah Lot or 'Land on the Sea' is a Hindu shrine believed to be about 500 years old. An amalgamation of Balinese and Hindu mythology, the base of the temple is carved with sea snakes and offers a natural source of holy water, providing visitors with an aesthetic and spiritual experience unlike any other.
Often described as an 'All Inclusive' beach, Nusa Dua has everything one could ask for - shopping complexes, high-end hotels, museums, even an 18-hole golf course! The pristine white sand and blue waters provide for an awe-inspiring scene to rejuvenate your senses, and the additional facilities of spas and watersports make this an ideal location for both the honeymooning couples and travelling families.
Coral reefs, sun-loungers and luxury hotels - Jimbaran beach has everything to offer for a beach-lover. A strip of land connecting mainland Bali with the Bukit peninsula, the beach is a mellow resting place offering tranquillity and peace, with a variety of dining options to have a scrumptious meal while the watching the glorious sunset here.
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Located on the east of Denpasar, Sanur Beach one of the oldest beaches of Bali. The area has been developed as a tiny town with beachside shops, bars, beachside cafes offering a wide range of local cuisines, and the different sporting activities. Sanur beach's coastline stretches for about 4km with a great beachfront walk. Sanur's calm beach makes it ideal for young children.
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.
Pererenan beach in Canggu, is a short 40-minute drive away from Denpasar airport and is a world-renowned surfer's paradise. It offers rough crashing waves for the advanced surfer but isn't suitable for swimming. The glimmering black sand coupled with the gorgeous sunsets, small warungs, make sure that its not just the surfers that get to enjoy this beach.
The most popular of the three Nusa islands in Bali, Nusa Lembongan hides on its southwestern coast the Dream Beach, a remote 115m stretch of pristine white sand. With low-lying cliffs and rock formations, the beach provides a panoramic view of the ocean and is known for the breather it offers from the hassle of typical tourist spots in Bali.
Double six beach in Seminyak offers a chilled-out ambience with golden-white sands and blue waters. Daytime sees tourists relaxing in sun loungers under parasols, and the waters are fairly good for surfing. The clubs and restaurants across the beach makeit lively at night, and the beach is a popular spot for gay men and women.
About 14 kms from Denpasar and Past Canggu's greenery, Echo beach welcomes you with its stunning black sand and sunset, great reef breaks and seafood cafes. A hotspot for surfers during the day, the beach acquires a laid-back vibe in the evenings with its beanbags and parasols. Well-maintained by the locals and tourists, Echo beach is ideal for both the thrill-seeking surfer as well as the lazy sunbather.
One of many surfing spots in Canggu, Berawa beach is closest to Seminyak and is a relatively quieter and has the largest lagoon along the Canggu coastline. The black sand beach offers sunbeds and parasols to spend the afternoon sunbathing, although it‰Ûªs waves are too strong to go swimming. The various bars and vendors make this a great spot to unwind from the hustle in Bali.
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