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Reviewed December 7, 2014

great view, clean white sand, great sculpture beside the road. not too crowded at the time i visit this beach.

Thank ainiqz
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Reviewed December 7, 2014

This beach is a hidden one from most of the traveller. Need to pay fee to visit it. The way is gr8 along with the view. Its a lone one with not much crowd. Clean & has statues of pandawa & sita on the way.

Thank Shachi V
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Reviewed December 5, 2014 via mobile

The white sands,the corals on the surface,the great view of the hills surrounded it,the colorful boats and surfboards.My new favourite for the beach in Bali.Now they made a great effort to develop this beach, i hope it's worth it.

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Reviewed December 4, 2014

the beach was nice and their barbecue pork satay was really juicy. hahaha... that one was Bu Anik if i'm not wrong. been visiting their warung twice on that trip. keep it up...

Thank Wutta T
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Reviewed December 3, 2014

Pandawa beach has been carved through the limestone to gain entry. The Bali gods have been carved into the limestone walls. The sand is white and the water blue. They harvest seaweed in some areas and gave water sports and food and drink available.

Thank Aussie97
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