Timings : 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Entry Fee : IDR 2,000
Parking: IDR 5,000
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Around the corner from Padang Bay, a steep path through a densely forested area leads to the scenic beauty of Bias Tugal beach. Also known as the 'Secret Beach' due to its remote location, the beach is ideal for snorkelling early morning, while the warungs serve up some delicious grilled fish.
Located on the eastern coast of Bali, Bias Tugal harks back to the virgin beaches that Bali and Indonesia's islands were famous for before mass tourism opened up the beaches of Seminyak and Kuta to the world. Bias Tugal's white-sandy beaches, its calm surf, and lack of crowds make it one of Bali's last closely-guarded secrets.