Nyang Nyang Beach, Bali
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Address: Nyang Nyang Beach, Bali, Indonesia
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
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The high cliff that tower over this beach also make access to it quite difficult. On the upside, that means this is one of the most untouched beaches you’ll find on this side of Bali. There are two halves to Nyang-Nyang beach, divided by a large headland. If you like shipwrecks you should have definitely had to down to the eastern half of the beach, where on the western end you will find an old shipwreck in the sand. You even have the option of camping overnight at the beach. The surf is very strong though, and recommended only for advanced surfers. For the same reason, swimming more than a little way out is not recommended at all. There is something mystical about the sunset here. It’s quite possible you’ll be the only person on the beach.
How To reach Nyang Nyang Beach by Public Transport
- For the east half of the beach, Drive to Villa Plenilunio, park, and then, trek some 500 stairs and over moderately undeveloped trail to get to the beach.
- For the west half, drive to Sanctus Villa and find the stairs nearby.
- Take a bemo, ojek or taxi to here.
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Has a good camping spot! Great sunset and sunrise, feels like a private beach. Spend around 30 minutes to go down and more to go up.
Can't believe i went there yesterday for the sunset! The view was amazing since the first. Even the road was so trembling, but the scenery was amazing ❤ Almost fainted but finally can reach the top of the hill HAHAHAH
Beautiful scenery. Very few people, would really recommend this place if you would like to spend a day at the beach almost by your self. It is possible to buy drinks and rent an parasol at the beach. It is a 10-15 minutes hike from Plenilunio Villa to get to the beach.
it was a very challenging place to visit because going down is a bit hard and going up was a battle (what my gf says). it is definitely worth it, like it is said, it is an secluded beach, one cannot really swim due to waves but the beach is very beautiful. it is a cool location for taking pics.
Love this place and always take friends new visit, empty beach and hidden
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