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The Sanur Beach Promenade is lined with brightly painted outrigger boats along the water's edge, and good restaurants and cafes opposite. Treat yourself to a massage offered by one of the many masseuses with divans on the sand. If you're there in...more
Sanur beach is much calmer than the beaches of Legion & Seminyak. It is surrounded by a reef which keeps it calm & easy to swim in. Great for families. The tide does get really low though, exposing weeds, which makes it not so enticing!...More
We went swimming at Sanur beach everyday during our 5 day stay. It was clean both on the sand and in the water which was always warm, never cold. The water was calm, not surf, would be ideal for young families. Our hotel provided banana...More
To be honest most of the reefs around the Sanur region are so degraded its just not worth it as there is is very little to see, and certainly around 9am is too early if there was anything to see. To see any reef life... More
To be honest most of the reefs around the Sanur region are so degraded its just not worth it as there is is very little to see, and certainly around 9am is too early if there was anything to see. To see any reef life requires a day trip to the outer islands. There are plenty of companies offering day snorkeling/glass bottom boat trips.
Sorry like the other people we didn't surf. As I understand they haven't been surfing as sanur beach long, as the other side of the island the waves are better. Quote from a local. We were there this year in August while the... More
Sorry like the other people we didn't surf. As I understand they haven't been surfing as sanur beach long, as the other side of the island the waves are better. Quote from a local. We were there this year in August while the sanur surfing competition was on. (New event ) I'm sure if you negotiate first you can get a good price. The question is how much are you willing to pay? Maybe ask to see some of the photographer's work first. Good luck.
Dear all, travelling to Bali in seven days time. Will be staying at Ubud and Sanur for 5 days each. Just wondering about interesting places to visit in and around Sanur. Thinking of a day trip to Lembongan island. Will it be doable? Also, let us know about best beach side Warungs in Sanur where we can have a good balinese food while enjoying the sea view and breeze! We will be staying at Bali Sanur Beach Villa owned by Cindy which is located on the grounds of Griha Santrian rsort. Can...More
September 25, 2014|
There's a string of warungs on the beach just north of the Mercure where we ate almost every night. Setting was brilliant - tables out on the sand, cheap as chips, specializing in fresh seafood. Tities was one of the better ones. Take a wrap or wear long sleeves - even in the Bali heat it can get cool when you are eating right on the water's edge. A day at Lembongan Island is a great idea but make sure you book the tickets for the boat and get an early boat out. We thought we could just...More
Hnr Day 2 (9 Replies)
Another early start to the day, thanks to Miss 14. Her mobile phone alarm went off at 3.30am WHAT......... Got up & turned it off ready to give her still sleeping body a what for. Then I realised that it was still running on Australian Sydney time & the alarm that went off at 3.30 here in Bali was actually her 6.30am school alarm which she had forgotten to delete seeing as school finished for the year last Wednesday. Soooooo, laying there again twiddling my thumbs I decide I may...More
December 19, 2014|
Thank you for sharing, not boring at all. Looking forward to the next instalment.
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.