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Semenanjung Nusa Dua, Nusa Dua 80517, Indonesia
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As Bali’s most exclusive resort area, Nusa Dua’s beaches are generally quiet and well-kept. The waters along this south-eastern coastline are calm, thanks to the long-stretching Nusa Dua reef breaking the otherwise big swells that constantly surge in from the open sea. Between the two...More

Date of experience: February 2019
1  Thank renedolanbali
Reviewed 2 days ago

dived into the ocean after a long bike ride and it was crystal clear and just so refreshing. There looked like some good surf around the point as well

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank LynnF177
Reviewed 5 days ago

White sand, blue-green transparent water! The only drawback is leaves and grass which very frequently sticks to your body. Definitely one of the must visit places in Bali.

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank Sachin S
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Lovely beach. Gentle swell. Great for kids or inexperienced swimmers. Not too many hawkers. I was at the Mercure beach club (most hotels seem to have an area) Would definitely recommend getting a massage from the ladies It was amazing. Thank you Annie (#24)

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank Nicky_c79
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

this beach is very clean and not many hawkers. easy to hire paddle boards and jetski’s or book a glass bottom boat or snorkeling tour. lots of restaurants along the beach front. it’s not too deep and no big waves so perfect for little kids

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank baliobessed
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This beach is basically where expensive hotels are but it is Not my preferred beach. Nice calm water and not deep. Plenty of overpriced hotel food but also local Warungs that are friendly and good too before you get on the beach. Beautiful hotels and...More

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank Michelle M
Reviewed 1 week ago

been there several times beach so clean atmosphere food shops drinks pools etc very good regular over there highly recommend

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank naughtypippy
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Beautiful beach - help us everybody to keep it clean 😀. I picked plastic and other things from the beach and I need all of you to help.

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank Nina H
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Nice sand, good water for swimming, and plenty of lounge chairs with umbrellas all along the beach. There are plenty of bars and restaurants along with many locals hawking their various goods. It’s a good beach with a fun vibe.

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank rodden23
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Clean beach to swiming .warm water relaxing area .fresh coconut and white sand good for your family on vacation

Date of experience: February 2019
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July 10, 2018|
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Response from 197,219,802,009 | Reviewed this property |
It is free for those beaches owned by 5 star hotels in Nusa Dua.
July 10, 2018|
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Response from Vicente Antonio P | Reviewed this property |
When we were there it was 50k per bed. In Geiger beach
June 24, 2018|
Response from happytraveller1222 |
There is a section where there are Life Guards and flags to swim between, however the beach & water are littered with rubbish to the extent I wouldn’t call it safe. Tiny white crabs are everywhere so I wouldn’t sit on it... More
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2010 Bali Wedding (18 Replies)
Hi guys, planning my wedding for July 2010. The wedding ceremony will be at the Nusa Dua Beach Resort and the wedding reception will be at Sukhavati Villa. Does anyone have any experience of holding at either of these locations? Also i am planning a traditional indian hindu wedding, does anyone have any good contacts for a mehndi (henna) artist, or a good indian resturant for catering?
October 15, 2009|
Response fromSue C|
Re the henna...there was a similar question posted by another couple recently. The advice they were given was to bring in their own henna, as the local (Bali) henna is not pure and can cause unpleasant skin reactions. I am not sure whether they were able to find someone to do the actual artwork for them. Maybe someone else can help you with this answer and the others you have asked. Best wishes for a wonderful wedding in Bali.
Bali Sight Seiing on our own (6 Replies)
Hi, We are planning our honeymoon in May this year to Bali and have already booked the Flights and Hotels on ourselves. Have booked a Villa in Seminyak for 4 nights and a resort room by Nusa Dua beach for another 3 days.. Total 7 nights. We are planning sight seeing on our own. Please suggest whats the best way and what are the best placed to travel.. To make the trip exciting,we are also Ok with hiring bikes or travel by local transport. Please provide as much details as possible.
January 29, 2016|
Response fromTazmoPerth_WA|
Congratulations! There is so much information on the right hand side of the page about what you can do in Bali you will be spoilt for choice for the time you have available. You might find it easier to hire a driver for a day - email them from the Recommended Bali Drivers list to discuss your itinerary and the cost. An alternative is to book pre organised day trips from agencies on the street or your hotel - or you can book them online beforehand.
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5 days in bali (7 Replies)
I am coming to bali for 5 days Please suggest the needed changes in the plan i have made: Day 1 (post lunch)- I am planning to go to tanahlot (please suggest mode of transport) Then visiting local Kuta Market. Please suggest vegetarian restaurants. Day- 2 Booked a cycle trek to Mt Batur Ubud. Post Lunch exploring ubud and monkey temple. Day 3- Nusa Dua beach ( please suggest the activities and pricing) The Ulhuwat temple. night at semniyak the back to kuta Day 4- Sanur...More
April 05, 2016|
Response fromShutupGreg|
Your plans seem ok but where are you basing yourself? Your budget may be a little low, what currency is your $300-400? Best transport is a car and driver, about USD$35 per day for tours or taksi for short trips. What is your plan for Sanur? Your'e from India but that doesn't mean you gotta eat Indian in Indonesia, try the local stuff as well. You could even try an Aussie favourite... a chicken parma.