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The beaches of Nusa Dua are cared for by the resort staff which makes them cleaner than the Kuta-Legian-Seminyak side of Bali. This comes at a price which is you have to pay for daybeds and the bars and restaurants cost more. It depends on...More
This was our second time in Nusa Dua and we love it. It's so peaceful, friendly, lovely people, the beach has gorgeous sand and with the sound of the ocean, it's so relaxing! Can't wait for our next trip!
Whilst I love Nusa Dua, upon my 2nd visit i had three close up encounters with creatures i was unaware existed there. The first was a blue ring octopus in the shallows not far from the blow hole. The 2nd two was at the same...More
We drove to Nusa Dua from our hotel so we could see the beaches. This is a more commercialized beach, with panhandlers wanting you to open up cards to see if you won a prize from a resort. That was annoying. The tide was out...More
At least the hotel we were staying at on Nusa Dua Beach employed staff to attempt to collect as much of the floating plastic garbage out of the lagoon immediately in front of the hotel. It looked as though some of the other hotels along...More
The beach has shallow clear water. Nice area with boardwalk, many resorts and restaurants on the beach. We spent the day in the area since we were staying in Kuta Beach. We were able to rent chairs and umbrellas in Nusa Dua cheaper than in...More
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
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 down close to the water. It is beautiful to look and and at this time of year (we are here now - 18th July 2018) there is a lovely sea breeze.
All the five star resorts have lounge chairs or big bean bags to sit on and they all have fantastic pools. Ayodya is where we are staying and it has a wonderful relaxed vibe. Can sit on beach and have food & drinks brought to you! Occasional hawkers but monitored by security so very relaxing compared to Kuta. Hope this helps! 🌅🍾🥂😊
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|
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.
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|
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.