The island of Bali is blessed and surrounded with several world famous and beautiful beaches: Jimbaran, Nusa Dua and Uluwatu are among some of the best known Bali beaches.
Tegal Wangi Beach – A Hidden Beach in Jimbaran
Tegalwangi Beach located in Jimbaran, you will take 30 minutes from I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport. The name of this beach was taken from the temple that located in top of this beach. You must pass stairs made from coral and its very safety.
This beach has white clean sand and blue sea water and it also has beautiful view. We can do many activities in there, like fishing, playing volleyball or taking some photos. Tegal Wangi Beach is sounding by many trees, and you can take shelter in there. Beside of that, you can conduct “Jacuzzi” in this beach, beach there many small pool in there and you can soak in there. But I suggest you to see the wave, if the wave is big, please don’t do it.
It is recommended place to visit in Paradise Island when you get holiday. I believe your trip will be awesome and unforgettable experience.
Geger Beach in Nusa Dua
With calm turquoise-blue water and white-golden sand, Geger Beach has become one of Bali’s top beach destinations in recent years.
It’s very peaceful with a few seaweed farmers and no noisy vendors. One or two kiosks rent surfboards and swimming and sun-bathing are the main activities plus there are a few small eateries that also rent sun-loungers for a relaxing time in Geger beach.
Geger Beach ends at the cliff where Pura Geger is nestled at the top, but you can get to a solitary beach behind the cliff during low ebbs.
Waterblow in Nusa Dua
Water Blow in Nusa Dua lets you witness the awesome power of nature as large waves from the Indian Ocean constantly crash against the jagged limestone edges on the peninsula’s south-eastern cliff. You can easily reach this purpose-built lookout along paved footpaths on the southern half of the ‘twin islands’. Here you’ll find 240 degrees of dramatic seascape, with the irregular splashes and sprays simply adding to the fun of it.
Enjoy the sweeping views and approach the Water Blow site at your own risk – the large surges can be dangerous, and there are no lifeguards around. The so called ‘water blows’ result from the narrowing crag below the cliff face that channel a massive surge of water up to 30m high from its base following strong currents. While it is a pleasant view for taking photos, be sure to protect your camera gear from the unpredictable splashes and sprays. The chances of getting completely drenched are extremely high.
Pandawa Beach in Nusa Dua
Pandawa beach can have some of the prettiest water we have seen in Bali. It can get very busy at Pandawa Beach, that said we always manage to find our own space away from the warungs and carpark.
Nyang Nyang Beach in Uluwatu
Nyang Nyang Beach is located in the Pecatu area, half a kilometre’s drive southeast of the Uluwatu Temple.
It takes approximately 29 min to get from Jimbaran to Nyang-Nyang Beach.
Here the local workers told us it was a 30-minute walk down, which we would later discover was a brisk 10-15-minute walk down the cliffs. We walked through the construction site and the view blew me away. Wow this is an impressive beach! From the top you can see a beautiful shore-level garden, the shipwrecks and the variegated colors of the reef. The sand was white and dramatically met towering cliffs covered in trees.
Balangan is one of the surfing beaches on the western side of the Bukit peninsula located just north of Dreamland.
Beach chairs and umbrellas are a fun way to spend a day in the sun. Costs begin at around Rp 50,000/visit. Prices are always negotiable.
Wave hunters mix with holiday makers on this chill beach.
The Bukit (or hilly) Peninsula with its rugged limestone cliffs and abundant sunset vistas has some alluring beaches and coves, hidden in the most unlikely of places. Known more for its abundance of good waves than its beaches, the Bingin area is home to some real gems if you dare to explore. If it be palm fronged, long deserted stretches of sand you are after or shimmering, turquoise colored coves, there are secrets to be discovered daily.
The sunsets here speak for themselves. The most incredible part is watching the entire Jimbaran fishing fleet sail out in traditional vessels. The boats are shaped like mustaches with tall bows and sterns. It’s very pretty.