Bali island is a resort place in Indonesia. Whatever in Asia even all around the world,lots od people know its name or have been there.Here are 5 popular beaches in Bali. Every year it attracts the visitors came to different places.
Bali’s most carefully designed high-end beach resort luxuriates along a coastal stretch of reclaimed mangrove swamp some 14km southeast of Kuta. What draws most visitors to Nusa Dua is the beach: a long ribbon of mostly pale gold sand, though a reef is exposed at low tide if you’re swimming. Halfway down the shoreline, the land blossoms out into two little clumps, or “islands” (Nusa Dua means “Two Islands”), with a temple standing on each one.
A postcard-perfect nook of white-sand beach and outstandingly clear water, Crystal Bay is a popular dive site with operators from Nusa Lembongan. Most come in the morning, so if you are here in the afternoon, you’re likely to have the water to yourself – there’s good snorkelling here, too, and a shrine on an offshore islet. That said, currents in the bay can be fierce in certain tide states.
The reason everyone comes to Kuta is the beach. Vast and if not quite so glorious as it once was, it’s still a gentle curve of pale sand that stretches for 8km from Tuban to Canggu, its breakers luring amateur and experienced surfers alike. It’s also the venue for the much-lauded Kuta sunsets; at their blood-red best in April, but streaky-pink at any time of year and the stuff sundowners are made of – whether you choose cocktails in a hip bar or just a cold Bintang on plastic seats.
The coast west of Tabanan is a barely-touched stretch of black sand notable for weird rock formations offshore. The most appealing (and developed) section is at Yeh Gangga, which has emerged into something of a luxury hideaway in recent years. The currents make the sea too dangerous for swimming, but it’s a dramatic scene, punctuated by huge rocks, and the beach stretches for miles in both directions.
Padang Padang is a gorgeous beach notched in the Bukit’s high cliffs that’s safe for swimming. Nothwithstanding its use as a location in the film Eat, Pray, Love (Julia Roberts meets her beau here), its fame – and the reason for all the restaurants and guesthouses – is the eponymous surf break, one of the most exciting waves in Indonesia, not least because of a kink in the final section. And not far off, at Pantai Suluban, lie the legendary Uluwatu waves.