Pasih Uug (broken Beach), Bali

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Pasih Uug (broken Beach), Bali - Address

Address: Sakti, Nusapenida, Sakti, Nusapenida, Kabupaten Klungkung, Bali 80771, Indonesia

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Overview of Pasih Uug (broken Beach)

Home to Pasih Uug (broken Beach) is the city of Bali in the country of Indonesia. Pasih Uug (broken Beach) is not a top-rated place in Bali.

Home to bountiful attractions like Tanah Lot Temple, Tirta Empul, Mount Agung, Mount Batur and Bali Bird Park, there are many things to do in Bali that you can explore on your visit.

Pasih Uug (broken Beach) is generally not available on the guided Bali tours, but there are plenty others that are worth visiting.

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  • Great place indeed. You can actually go to the beach down there but not from this spot. You can access it by boat only. Hence its still a great place to take picture and enjoy the view with some coconut.

  • Amazing landscape. But you have to patience to go there because the track isn't good. And you need to wear a mask

  • Amazing view but the way there is hell of a bumpy ride. Best to come early cause if you watch the sunset here then going back will be really dark and hard to drive because the roads are basically made of rocks.

  • There are many Beautiful spots here where you can relax and take some amazing pictures. Also if you didn’t bring any water or snacks they do have some small shops set up.

  • Amazing scenery! But it was a sacrifice to get there cause the road are damaged and full of dust. A really instagram-able place, make sure to not come in the weekend because it will be over crowded.

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