Lovina Beach is located about 9 km west of Singaraja,this is one tourist attraction in northern Bali. Both foreign and localtourists who visited there a lot, other than to see the unspoiled beaches, andalso to see the dolphins which is widely available in this beach. By hiring alocal fishing boat, we can approach the dolphins. A variety of accommodationranging from the Inn until Cottages are available with a very affordable price.
Sanur is a coastalstretch of beach of Denpasar cityof southeast Bali,about 30 minutes drive from Ngurah Rai International Airport, which has grown into a little town in its own right.The northern part of Sanur beach was used as the landing site for the Dutchinvasion troops during the Dutch intervention in Bali (1906). During World WarII,Sanur was again the entry point through which the Japanese forces landed tooccupy the island of Bali.Today Sanur contains a number of resorts such as theMedina and Bali Hyatt (notto be confused with the Grand Hyatt in Nusa D ua) and is a popular tourist destination.
Dreamland Beach is a beachlocated on the Bukit peninsula, on the island of Bali, Indonesia. The beach provides basic accommodation andcafes for surfers and day-trippers. One of the most beautiful beaches on theisland, it is also renowned for its dangerous shorebreak. It is the site of thefailed PecatuGraha development,planned by Tommy Suharto, the corrupt youngest son of the formerpresident Suharto. As of 2008 this is an active building site with all the previousWarongs having been levelled for a hotel complex.
Is a no-holds barred beachwhere locals, expatriates and tourists mingle, bargain with the best, playpaddle ball and football, indulge in a massage and manicure, catch up onreading, meditate, exercise, you name it. Thetwo camps are easily recognized; the workers have as many clothes on aspossible and the westeners wear as little as possible. Be prepared for scantilyclad Brazilians, G-stringed Italians, copper toned Germans, Australians indesigner surf gear and pretty Indonesian girls in multi-platform sandals - itis the united nations of beaches. Sunsetis peak time at Legian Beach, when the beach bars fill up, the footballfield is at its busiest and the locals knock off work and wade fully clothed,skirts swirling, into the waves.
Padangbai is a small town in eastern Bali, Indonesia near Candidasa. It serves as a ferry port for travel to Lombok, The Gilis and other of the Lesser Sunda Islands. It is also a lovely beach town that ispopular with those who prefer a small town atmosphere over the large scalebeach party that is Kuta. Besidesthe beach near the ferry terminal there is a beach just to the north knownlocally as the Blue Lagoon and theespecially nice Secret Beach just to thesouth of town. Blue Lagoon has two family owned warungs that will be glad toprepare a meal and serve beer. Many people go to Padangbai to Scuba Dive.
Candi Dasa is the gateway toeast Bali. The beach here has been mostly washed away due to the heavy coralpicking that used to provide a livelihood for locals. This has now been stoppedand tidal walls have been erected in an effort to restore the beach. Slowly thecoral is returning, and Candi Dasa is developing as a popular touristdestination. Amankila at Candi Dasa has alovely beach club which tourists can visit for a daily fee – use the beach andthe pool and enjoy delicious food at their restaurant.