Nyang – Nyang beach

Nyang – Nyang beach

Nyang-nyang beach is a beach located in the southern part of Bali island, precisely in Pecatu village, District of South Kuta, Badung regency, about 3 km from Uluwatu Temple tourist attraction. The beach is still not widely known by the tourists. With unspoiled beauty, this beach located in the west side of Peninsula and overlooking the vast Indian Ocean, Nyang-nyang Beach can be regarded as an isolated beach and the extra effort required to achieve it, because you are going through the path is not smooth. 

This beach is so perfect for relaxation because not many untouched frenzy lively tourism industry in Bali. Nyang-nyang Beach offers the comfort and tranquility wrapped in stunning scenery. Besides that, the beauty of the white sand and gentle ready to welcome your legs are exhausted after going down the stairs. Nyang-nyang beach is more popular with foreign tourists who are fond of surfing. The virgin beaches have beautiful nature view and a pretty big waves and is ideal as a place to surf. Due to the characteristics of the waves are big, the location of the beach is a choiced as championship surfing (surfing ) for national and international levels. However, keep in mind that the beach is only for professional surfers and is not recommended for beginners. Sunbathing and swimming at the beach is a selection of other fun activities you can do during in Nyang-nyang Beach. With this charming panorama on the beach, you still can found plenty of sea shells.

How to get there

The location of Nyang-nyang beach is about 32 km from Denpasar or about 1 hour drive from Ngurah Rai Airport. To visit this beach you can use the services of travel agents, usually if you are using a travel agent, Nyang-nyang Beach usually be bundled with the other attractions in the south of Bali area. The road leading to the beach is the same as the way to Uluwatu, Dreamland Beach passes, Graha Wisnu Kencana ( GWK ), and Suluban ( Blue Point ).

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