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Hidden Beaches of Bali
Here’s a fact: Most people go to Bali for its fine collection of beaches. There is one for everyone, whether it be the long stretches of soft white sand on the south, the combinations of exotic black volcanic on its west, and the tranquil fishing coasts in the less-explored east.
You might have done Kuta, Sanur and Nusa Dua and would be forgiven for thinking that these are all that make up Bali’s wealth of shorelines. So how about those not for everyone? There are some under cliffs, some beyond the mainland, and others away from the beaten path.
With a slight penchant for adventure, a set of wheels and our maps to guide you, you can discover some of the island’s coastal gems that will have you coming back for more. Here we share with you our roundup of Bali’s 10 ‘hidden’ beaches that we have discovered so far. With a bit of exploration, you are in for some rewards.
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1. Perasi Beach
Perasi Beach, referred to by various nicknames such as Pasir Putih or ‘White Sand Beach’, ‘Virgin Beach’ and simply, ‘Hidden Beach’, is a secluded stretch of coast between two hills that lies between the villages of Bugbug and namesake Perasi, both in the Karangasem regency – approximately 4.5km east of Candidasa. Boasting parasols, sun loungers and various local seafood restaurants, this hidden gem can be an added adventure to your trips to the island’s east shores. Read More…
How to get there: From Candidasa, continue on to the Jalan Raya Candidasa-Bugbug main road to Perasi. A dirt road opposite the village’s Pura Bale Agung temple leads to the beach.
A favourite surf spot, Balangan is on the northern side of the cliff that forms the signature hole 15 of the New Kuta Golf course. The name ‘Balangan’ itself was thought to apply to the whole coastline including Dreamland, before surfers nicknamed the specific shore area south of the cliff. Several beach shacks serve simple local ‘surfer meals’, cold refreshments and beer. Accessing Balangan is easy, compared to other beaches along the Bukit peninsula’s shoreline, with only a dozen steps down from the limestone hill. Read More…
How to get there: Head up the hill to Pecatu. Various signs at the main intersection bear directions to Balangan.
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