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We visited this beach twice. Wasn’t a fan of how busy it was.. it’s quite small too.... Lots of tourists and vendors set up shop on the beach. If you go a little ways further (on the street) you’ll hit Padang Padang surfers beach (down...More
Steep walk down past many monkeys onto a little beach that is relatively clean. Little stores where you can buy drinks, coconuts and sarongs or hire surfboards. You’ll need to hire an umbrella as there is no shade and the going rate was 100,000 IDR...More
If you stay in a nice hotel with private beach you doesn't need to come here. Even this place is beautiful, but it has nothing for the moment.
Short beach, not much stairs compare to the crazy green bowl beach. And some entrance fee of...More
Beach is good. Water is a little dirty with plastic but not bad. Safe. Nice little vendors, they do charge a little extra but no big deal. They do charge to come onto this beach, not much approx for a family of 6 6$.
This is the first time paid small amount as an entry fee for beach and it's worth for the beauty and cleanliness of the beach. You can spend half a day in this beach to enjoy nature clean beautiful beach. No water sports activities available...More
Went here just right after fhe dreamland beach.
Dreamland beach is nice beach. But w big waves so no good for kids.
This padang padang beach is crowded.The water is more nicer in dreamland..but here the waves is just fine. The stairs going to beach...More
It's a beautiful bay, nice for swimming. You have to pay entrance fee 10.000 RP per person. Watch out for the monkeys....
Close to the rocks you can find some shadow, shops and restaurant, lots of tourists
The entry fee to this beach was 10k idr per person. There are plenty of monkeys near the entrance so beware of your hats and sunglasses. This is the idyllic place to laze away and watch the sea as morning melts in to noon. Filled...More
Dear All, I have only 4 full days in BALİ to take visit all these places indicated below. Then We will move GİLİ T for 2 nights. 1=) Can someone please divide them in 4 days for itinerary we will follow day by day? additional places would be welcome! 2=)Also can someone recommend a taxi driver for whole day? and how much approx? ( do I really need a taxi everyday? 3=) According to the itineary which side of BALİ I have to book hotel? Any help and additional info would be...More
April 11, 2016|
Response fromjan j|
Hi Zeynel! Your itinerary looks full on! Here is my idea of how you can divide up your days Stay in Ubud and you can visit Goa Gajah and Tegallalang rice terrace on the way to Mount Batur. Stroll around Jalan Monkey Forest in the late afternoon and take a taxi up to Warung Pulau Kelapa for dinner, or eat in town. Another day you can head east from Ubud to Tirtagangga and Taman Ujung water palace. A third day trip from Ubud would be up to Pura Ulun Danu Bratan, this day could also include...More
Alexandra Headland, Australia
Nusa Duma to Panang Panang Beach and Uluwatu (2 Replies)
I am wondering if anyone would know how much a taxi from nusa dua to Padang Padang beach and u,uwatu would cost.we have hired a driver to go to ubud and surrounding areas for a whole day but don't want to hire again for half day so thinking wou,d a taxi be cheaper?
November 12, 2016|
Response fromWorld traveler|
Taxi will be a one way journey since there will be none at both Padang-Padang nor uluwatu for your trips back
Getting around Uluwatu (1 Replies)
Hi everyone, We got to Uluwatu last night for our last stop on our Bali holiday. However, we found that the roads may be not as walkable as we thought! Our plan for today is to spend the morning in Padang Padang beach (10min walk from Ashana hotel according to google maps), and go to Pura Luhur to see the Kecak dance in the afternoon. We have never driven a scooter before, so that's not an option. And we can't see any bluebird taxis around on the app. Anyone can give us some...More
April 23, 2017|
Hi Beatriz. Yes it isnt easy to walk around. Why dont you just ask at your hotel? Or if you see a group of guys hanging around just ask them. If they cant help surely they will have a brother, cousin or friend who will help, they usually do!! If we go to Padang Padang for dinner, we usually wait outside Trattoria restaurant, wave our arms around and someone comes along. Or sometimes there is a guy there directing traffic. ask him. Good luck.x