Best Beaches in Bali

Ceremony, Beaches in Bali
Ceremony, Beaches in Bali
Bali is known for its beaches where travelers can soak in the sun by day, then enjoy marvelous Indonesian cuisine and wines by night. The beaches in Bali are perfect for swimming, surfing or lounging. Best to visit during Indonesia’s dry season, the beaches in Bali are spread out on the Western and Southern Coast and can be accessed by car or by foot. The beaches in Kuta, Seminyak, Perasi, Balangan, Green Bowl, Nusa Dua and Legian are a some of those we recommend when staying in Bali at the Hard Rock Hotel Bali.

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Some of the beaches in Bali are located on the mainland while others are several feet under a cliff. Many are off the beaten path. Bali’s beaches are the perfect coastal retreat for travelers on a honeymoon looking for a quiet and exotic adventure or those who come to Bali to pursue rest and relaxation.

Bali’s beaches offer easy access to hotels, known to feature yoga retreats, Balinese cuisine and lend themselves to travelers of all ages. Spending time on Bali’s shorelines is a good start or end to a trip for those visiting Indonesia and other countries in Southeast Asia. When staying in Bali, families with children who want to take a day off from an all inclusive hotel experience at the Hard Rock Hotel Bali can explore some of the best beaches.

Each of the beaches in Bali, offer something special based upon their unique location and flora. Some are hidden and difficult to find while others offer easy access by car or taxi. Padang Padang is one of the most stunning and accessible when staying in Bali. It is in short range Uluwatu Temple. Amed, on the other hand, covers seven coastal villages and is famous for diving along with its dramatic sunrises. The beach of Nusa Lembongan is known for its fine white sand, while Green Bowl in South Bali is known for its ocean views above the cliff.

Bali’s picture perfect, postcard, beaches range from high end to mid-range to standard. The beach of Nusa Dua for example, is a well appointed and impeccably designed beach resort while Crystal Bay is more popular with those interested in water sports such as diving and snorkeling. The beach of Yeh Gangga has a long stretch of pristine black sand and is admired for its rock formations. This too is a luxury hideaway we recommend when staying in Bali at the Hard Rock Hotel Bali.

Some of Bali’s best beaches are designed as beach resorts while others like Balian beach is crafted for surfers. One of the more low key beaches called Pemuteran is a small fishing village that also serves as the ideal getaway for those who have completed their stay at the Hard Rock Hotel Bali. It too is well known for out door watersports, such as snorkeling and diving.

Bali has some of the best beaches in Southeast Asia. From dramatic coastlines to white sandy spaces to world- class waves for surfers, crystal clear waters for snorkelers and divers plus fine sand that allows travelers to luxuriate; all set within a tropical, eco-environment.

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