Nusa Dua Beach
Nusa Dua Beach
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  • Rags514
    Montreal, Canada7 contributions
    Nice beach, a lot of seaweed, where to rent chairs
    For those who are not staying at a resort on the Nusa Dua strip, you can rent chairs for 100,000K right after the Inaya Putri Bali resort. The chairs in front of resorts can not be rented. We were here in Jan 2020, and there was A LOT of seaweed, really bad in front of the Grand Hyatt, but are spots with less (pictured below). Our first time here so unsure if this is the norm or not. Honestly, for beautiful clean white sandy beaches, clear waters and amazing views, I would recommend instead making a trip to southern Lombok (Kuta Lombok). Just google Tanjung Aan, Selong Belanak, and Mawun beaches... and also everything is cheaper.
    Visited January 2020
    Travelled as a couple
    Written 28 January 2020
  • David Read
    46 contributions
    NUsa Dua Beach - Second Review
    I first reviewed Nusa Dua beach in 2018 and commented that in late November/December the water was absolutely full of rubbish and gave it only 3 stars because of that. I want to give credit where its due and say that 12 months later it was absolutely stunning and not a single bit of rubbish could be seen. The water was warm and crystal clear, the sand well kept and plenty of time has been spent making the place look great. WI was told by a few people that the rubbish situation is seasonal as particular currents and water flows bring the rubbish into the area but that its soon flushed out. Based on my two visits (so far) that seems to be the case. So its only fair that I mention that in September 2019 it was fantastic and postcard perfect. We all enjoyed going for walks from the Novotels 2.28 Beach Club up to the Waterblow. Lots of great little bars and places to eat you can just stop in by the way and plenty of squirrels everywhere for people to feed ;) Hope its the same this later this year when we return - easily one of the best beaches in Bali, much better than the tourist traps over in Kuta/Legian. The black sand beaches up in Tabanan and Tanah Lot are only better because there's no-one on them :)
    Visited September 2019
    Written 15 February 2020
  • Jose O
    New York City, New York85 contributions
    Nusa Dua Beach and Waterfront-Solo Traveler
    During my solo travels to Bali, I took a day trip to Nusa Dua Beach. This beach is very calm and not full of crazy tourists/party goers. The water is crystal clear and there are many restaurants along the waterfront where you can relax with a Bingtag and watch the soothing ocean waves. During low tied, you can walk really far into the ocean without ever getting your knees wet. Be careful thought, there are lobster caves that emerge as the tied pushes back. You can actually see the fisherman go out and catch the fresh lobster of the day. Before the low tied, I took a dip in the sea and got pricked by a tiny baby lobster. I highly recommend taking the full scenic walk along the waterfront and visiting the peninsula island connected to Nusa Dua Beach. Truly a relaxing and un commercialized beach in the east side of Bali island.
    Visited October 2022
    Written 31 January 2023
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rosie123NorthWales
Prestatyn, UK66 contributions
Aug 2023 • Couples
We were staying close by so we decided to visit the Nusa Dua beach for drinks and dinner. We were immediately put off by the gates and security guards who checked our bags in the taxi and shops which looked like an Western outlet mall. The beaches were pretty but only accessible via the very very large hotels and the whole place felt like we were in Florida not Bali! It took us 20 minutes to find our way out of one the hotels to try to get back to the taxi pick up point at the shops. The whole area was very sanitised and presumably is aimed at those who don’t like anything other than 5 star and don’t want to experience the real Bali. At 5pm there was nowhere to eat or drink apart from in the hotel restaurants or the shopping area. We stayed an hour and left never to return!
Written 22 August 2023
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Pathways To Heaven
New York City, NY202 contributions
Aug 2023 • Family
Calmer water to swim. Light beige soft sands. Good for kids to build sandcastles. Lots of eateries and shops yet still feel less crowded than Kuta. Within walking distance to Bali Collection shopping center.
Written 21 August 2023
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Paul Fisher
Melbourne, Australia19 contributions
Jul 2023 • Couples
Such a relaxing place to visit, we spent 5 hours relaxing on the bean bags under the umbrellas whist being served drinks at Reef beach club. Well worth a visit.
Written 30 July 2023
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Traveller
Toronto, Canada10 contributions
Jul 2023 • Business
Anybody planning to go to this beach should know that they can only enjoy a real beach feeling up until noon ; that is simply because as of noon, the water recedes due to the tide, turning the soul call beach into a mix between a Beach and a marsh; paying for something that you can only partially enjoy is probably not the best deal you may get ….
Written 17 July 2023
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Clarence C
Singapore, Singapore297 contributions
Jul 2023 • Business
Still one of the most scenic beach and district after decades.

Lesser crowd, clear waters, never fail to draw me back time after time.
Written 14 July 2023
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Craig
Auckland Central, New Zealand2 contributions
Jul 2023 • Family
Don’t come to Bali expecting nice beaches they are disgusting full of plastic trash all of them . As a kiwi im appalled and will never visit again - a true description of Bali is it’s a rubbish dump
Written 11 July 2023
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GlobetrotterJ16
Seoul, South Korea2,017 contributions
Sep 2022 • Family
One of the better beaches in Bali, less crowded and overrun. Also quite clean and serene. However many hotels line the beachfront so in some areas there is lots of activity and noise, beach front restaurants etc, other areas are more quiet, a bit of everything. Nusa Dua is a very family friendly and safe area.
Written 8 July 2023
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LisaEstella71
Adelaide, Australia881 contributions
Jun 2023 • Couples
We are staying nusa dua and walked about 30 minutes down the road and along the beach, dodging bad pathways and people trying to sell us just about everything because I thought it would be a good way to explore! We got so hot and tired. We arrived at the main part of this beach where the huge resorts have the set areas for them and trespassers are marched off. So we didn’t know where we were allowed to sit and rest or not. We had lunch at one of the very overpriced restaurants just to enjoy the beach at low tide which was not swimsble and no one was even wading in the water. Sea urchins apparently. As an Aussie, we swim in the ocean so this was a bit of a bummer. I’d go have a look in the area and keep going. We went back to our own resort on the other side of the main road and had a swim in the pool.
Written 14 June 2023
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Matt Oh
Seoul, South Korea203 contributions
Jun 2023 • Family
What makes a wonderful beach? Proximity to hotel, length of time to get there, cleanliness and children’s reaction. Weighing in very heavily on children’s reaction, a wonderful way to spend an afternoon.
Written 3 June 2023
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Steven S
Pattaya, Thailand681 contributions
May 2023 • Solo
I walked the length of the beach which was a bit of a slog in parts due to the thick grainy sand. I was actually sinking near the water's edge. But I soldiered on haha.
The beach is quite wide and clean with more than enough space for everyone. Swimming is quite safe here as well. Very popular with tourists.
I exited at the northern end and eventualky walked out past manned gates. I assume they collect money for parking but not sure if they charge you as a walk in. Once past these gates I then booked my Gojek moto.
Written 26 May 2023
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