What To Do In Bali Nyang Nyang Beach


Did you ever visit Bali Nyang Nyang beach in Bali, Indonesia? If you have been to Bali, maybe you have already visited this beach on your trip to the south. But if you have not yet been to Bali or you have been there but you never visited Bali Nyang Nyang beach, I suggest you to pay a visit to this particular beach. As you probably already know, Bali is one of the most popular and famous place for tourists in Indonesia. If you are going to travel within South East Asia, don’t forget to stop by Bali if you spend your time visiting Indonesia. Most people cannot believe that if you ever visited Indonesia but have not paid a visit to Bali as well. The island is most famous for its exotic beaches and oceans. There are a lot of popular beaches that you can find here. Some of the popular ones include Kuta Beach, Legian Beach, Dreamland Beach, Tanah Lot Beach, Nusa Dua Beach and of course Nyang Nyang Beach.

These are some beaches that you simple have to visit when you are in Bali. If you are planning to hire a tourist guide while vacationing in Bali, the guide most likely will bring you to the more popular beaches in Bali. In this write up, I will share information about gorgeous Bali Nyang Nyang beach. Actually I want to tell you all about the most famous beaches, the island has to offer to tourists but in this article I will only tell you about Bali Nyang Nyang beach. Please check the rest of our Bali blog for information about other popular beaches in Bali. Nyang Nyang beach is famous for its white sandy beach line and has perfect waves for the surfing enthusiasts. This beach is located approximately 3 km from Uluwatu, which is located to the west of the Bukit Peninsula and overlooks the vast Indian Ocean. It is really a paradise for surfers because it is not crowded by tourists or visitors so surfers are free to enjoy the beauty of the place as well as the great surfs. The somewhat isolated beach offers privacy in addition to tranquility, most to the delight of everyone ever been there.nyang nyang beach bali

If you want to a visit a shore in Bali that still has great calmness, you may try visiting Nyang Nyang Beach. It is a natural and isolated place adorned with clean white sand overlooking the Indian Ocean. The atmosphere of this place is full of tranquility and privacy leaving a very exotic impression. It is so perfect and the most appropriate place for those who are looking for a relaxed place to take a rest from your daily routine activities. It is the right site to release your stress and refresh your mind. It also has good waves, which are about up to 8 feet high, therefore it has become a paradise for domestic and foreign surfers from all over the world. This shore is located in the village of Pecatu, South of Kuta district in the Badung regency about 3 km along the highway leading to Uluwatu. There are signs leading the cobblestone streets and there is a grass field for vehicle visitor parking. Actually it is a little difficult to find this place. Why?

Because in order to reach the beach you have to descend hundreds of steps, which needs a bit of a struggle, eventually you will be a little tired but you will be treated with a beautiful panorama that will envelop in front of the eyes. A stretch of white sand beach that lies hidden behind the cliffs will greet you, as an island without occupants, decorated with green hills around it. I dare to say that Bali Nyang Nyang beach is really a fantastic place you should visit. You will not bali nyang surfingregret to go there and I believe that you will want to come back every time you go to Bali. After the hundreds of steps leading to Nyang Nyang beach, there are three shelters where you can sit, take a rest and relax watching the beautiful scenery below. Actually there is a distinct sensation while you are visiting this place. This beach is located about 34 km from Ngurah Rai airport or 60 minutes if you are going there by a car. If you are high on your budget you can also decide to rent a villa in this part of Bali, such as villa Bayu. Hope to see you soon in Nyang Nyang.

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