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Nyang-nyang Beach

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Nyang-nyang Beach

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Left-side driving is the least of your worries when navigating Bali’s chaotic roads. Let a professional take the strain while you relax and pick the destinations with this full-day car hire that includes a private driver. You choose exactly where you go; your driver worries about traffic, parking, timing, and navigation. See areas of service in Inclusions section.
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Shreya Saha wrote a review Mar 2020
Phitsanulok, Thailand939 contributions106 helpful votes
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It is a pristine stretch of the same Uluwatu coastline located on the east of Uluwatu. It is also one of Bali’s least visited beaches. That maybe because of its far-flung location and the long hike required to reach it. However, it offers incredible views of the ocean.Nyang Nyang Beach has great waves, hence it is also a popular destination for surfers.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Dee wrote a review Feb 2020
Hong Kong, China170 contributions21 helpful votes
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Be careful of the monkeys as there are many of them especially at the start of the walk near a small hilltop restaurant. Hide the food if you have any very well. The walk to and from the beach can be challenging for some, but I would call it ok. You'll feel very hot, though. No shower or toilet. In the second half of the day on February 7, 2020 the water was quite shallow. You can rent an umbrella for 50k or haggle for a 40k. If it comes with 2 sunbeds, the price goes up to 100k.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Danice C wrote a review Jan 2020
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Absolutely beautiful, but it takes work to get there and back! Choose your poison - a steep deeply rutted path from the paragliding place (near Warung Nyang Nyang), ~500 stairs near the lookout, ~400 stairs near the Sanctus, or the steep switchback between the two that is marked only by empty water bottles on trees (our mistake to choose this option in flip flops!). If you want to swim, the best spot is in front of the bubble hotel (and pity the people who chose to pay steep prices to sleep in those mini-greenhouses). Otherwise it’s pretty shallow, but still a nice view. There’s not much shade on the beach, but we considered ourselves lucky to find shelter under an abandoned beer hut. The sand isn’t super pleasant to walk in close to the water - it’s coarse and cut our feet. Still, it’s nice to be in a place that doesn’t have many tourists.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Eka A wrote a review Jan 2020
Shanghai, China90 contributions67 helpful votes
Take my friend to visit the great view this beach has to offer and went to Puri Bali (now just a bunch of neglected villa) with over serve Chinese tourist and they were smoking everywhere. I loved they way they were before but now everything too commercialize
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Olika3D wrote a review Dec 2019
Stuttgart, Germany19 contributions6 helpful votes
Best Beach we ever been at all our travels! You have to climb down a bit but it is definetly worth it
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Date of experience: December 2019
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