While Bali itself is a timeless beauty, Nusa Dua occupies a major chunk of Bali. Located on the eastern shoreline, Nusa Dua is the home for the most developed area of Bali. It houses many temple, museum and a lot many attractions that make it an ideal place to visit. It is an enclave of top world-class hotels, shopping complexes and luxurious stays. The main attractions of this place being:
This beach is within eight kilometers drive southwest from the Nusa Dua hub. It has some amazing ocean panoramas with huge limestone cliffs. The cliffs are deeply carved and featured with large statues of each representing the five pandavas from the epic 'Mahabharata'. It plays a hostage to numerous water sports and food hubs.
This has one of the most alluring views in store for you. Large waves from the Indian Ocean reach here and constantly crash against the limestone edges on the peninsula's south eastern cliff. This offers a dramatic seascape with irregular splashes and sprays that add all the fun to it.
This is one of the finest shows displayed by the artists of the Indonesian archipelago. It shows a 90-minute journey through the Indonesian archipelago with numerous acts including a funny storyline. This is a visual treat to the eyes!
The southern Sawangan coast of Nusa Dua can be experienced from a different angle with the Camel Safaris. Well-trained camels that take you on a steady and peaceful ride along the gorgeous white-golden beach of Nusa Dusa will give you an experience of a lifetime.
Other than these, there is a national golf club, puja mandala, museum pasifika, Garuda wisnu kencana and Geger temple which are note-worthy. This place is a hub for various water sports activities like river rafting, snoorkelling, scuba diving etc.
Location: Pandawa Beach, Water Blow, Devdan Show, Camel Safaris, Puja Mandala.
Known for: Beautiful views and waterspouts including luxury hotels
How to reach: Take the Jalan Bypass Ngurah Rai
Approximate Charges: Depending on the place.