Discover Nusa Dua Beach - Bali
If you’re hungry for a prime tourist destination, Nusa Dua has plenty of activities for you to enjoy. From beautiful sandy beaches to a camel safari, and even a unique show about the Indonesian archipelago—Trip Guru recommends a visit to the Nusa Dua Beach. You can swim and snorkel and there’s even a museum for art-lovers. Indeed, if you’d like a little bit of everything, you can be sure that Nusa Dua Beach can provide.
Some of the sights include experiencing the Devdan Show. This show features a 90-minute journey through the Indonesian archipelago and features a boy and a girl who discover a magic chest with items from each island and culture. After the show, you can go and experience the main beach, with calm waters that are just ideal for swimming and snorkeling, while the more experienced and daring of travellers can go surfing. You can also have a great time with the Bali Camel Safari, where you ride expertly-trained camels along the beach. It’s a fantastic and unique way to explore the southern coast of Nusa Dua.
For art lovers, there’s the Museum Pasifika, with historical artifacts from over 200 artists, from 25 different countries. Most of them are influenced by the Balinese culture, and you can see various works created by Balinese painter Nyoman Gunarsa and the Javanese artist Raden Saleh, two significant figures in Indonesian art. There are eleven different display rooms, all offering different works of art. There are also rooms that house temporary exhibits as well as various items from Southeast Asia. You can also find the Geger Temple here, offering landscape photographs and awe-inspiring panoramas over the bay. It stands as a historical, as well as cultural building amidst the modernity of the luxury resorts.
To get to Nusa Dua, it’s located 40km south of Denpasar, the provincial capital of Bali. By rental car, to get there from Denpasar, you need to take Jl. Teuku Umar, Jl. Pulau Kawe and Jl. Pulau Moyo to Jl. Pelabuhan in Pedungan for 6.6km, then take Jl. Nusa Dua –Bandara Ngurah Rai – Benoa Toll Road/Mandara Toll Road to Jl. By Pass Ngurah Kai in Kuta Selatan, then continue to Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai to the Nusa Dua Beach.