The Nusa Dua area is one of the most popular beach areas in Bali. It is known for its glorious, golden sandy beaches like the Geger Beach and the international resorts with immaculate golf courses. The Pura Geger stone temple is a famous temple here. It is located within a forested patch of land overlooking the ocean, and is well-known for its intricately carved walls. The trio of Nusa islands southeast of Bali, namely Nusa Penida, Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan, are mesmerising locales that need to be visited. The gorgeous caves and waterfalls in Nusa Penida are sure to take your breath away.
Next day we went to Nusa Dua beach and then later in the evening we went to Green Bowl beach and Single Fin club. There are a lot of clubs in South Bali and the sunset view from these clubs is amazing. Balangan beach is a little secluded area with no night life and the roads are completely deserted at night. So if you are looking forward to enjoy some night life, I would suggest you book your accommodation in South Bali near Uluwatu or Badung area.
Nusa Dua us a flawless blend of powder white and sky blue surrounded by palm trees. The water current in this beach are calm and the beach is family friendly with a large number of water sports and activities. 2. Seminyak
Nusa Dua, the southern most region of Bali is known for its scenic water bodies and pristine beaches. You cannot miss this little peace of heaven if you are looking for some relaxed carefree time surrounded by the beauty that would amaze you. Here is a photo blog on Nusa Dua Beach in Bali, Indonesia.
The next morning we had home bought oats and tea in the breakfast. After that we headed to Nusa dua beach. It was very peaceful beach with crystal clear water. They were having preparation for some light festival. We spent almost 2 hours there than we headed back to hotel.