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“Best beach in Bali ”
Review of Nyang-nyang Beach

Ranked #1 of 11 things to do in Pecatu
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Reviewed 13 April 2018 via mobile

The pic says it all. Cleanest and prettiest beach we’ve been to in Bali. Almost had the entire beach to ourselves. It is about a 20 minute walk tho so wear appropriate shoes. Nice little place to eat and get drinks at the top, good place to cool off.

Thank Robert L
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Reviewed 7 April 2018

We came here following Uluwatu Raya street then turned left once we found a sign leading to Plenilunio Villa. It is only a small alley so you must keep an eye on it.
You can reach the parking lot by cars or bikes (costs 5k or 10k, I forgot).
Be sure you bring water & take a pee before climb down the hill. I suggest you to wear sport shoes for going down & up, it really helps.
At the parking lot, there's a warung where you can buy water bottles. Once you get down, there are also several stops (little warungs) that also sell cold drinks & merchandises.
The price for a bottle of water will cost 10k, but it's ok since we appreciate the women who bring it down there though the path is really tiring.
There's no solid stairs, only disordered rocks that probably shaped so people can go down. Be careful for monkeys. You will meet intersections with signs to the left or right, we chose the right path instead of the left because the lady at the warung said that it is shorter (and she's right). If you choose the left one, you will meet a meadow with a bunch of buffalos grazing. This meadow can also be reached once you get on the beach.
After a 30 minutes walk, you will arrive at this hidden gem. This beach is really calm & soothing, only has few visitors. There are several warungs down here. You can also rent an umbrella for 50k (they don't limit the time). The water is clean, we can see many starfish hiding under the rocks. Be careful not to step on them. There're also shipwrecks where you can see lots of the photos on Instagram. We didn't come near it because the spot was gathered with several girls that wanted to take photos & we searched for a more quiet spot. Please don't litter & keep the beach clean.
After spent around 3 hours in here, we didn't want the sky to get too dark when we climb up, so, we reluctantly had to leave this beaut. It was very hard & tiring for me because I'm a bit overweight. But, if I can do it, then you can do it too. Luckily my bf is very patient. He never complained when I stopped many times to take a breath. We stopped at the local's warungs & bought some cold drinks and I made it to the top again.
Great experience. Will definitely come again & see what's the fuss about the shipwrecks.

2  Thank Happy T
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Reviewed 28 March 2018

Incredible views from the top of the hill. Do not go down if you do not have enough energy to get back to the top, very tired. It takes extra effort to reach this beach, but guaranteed the scenery will replace the fatigue.

1  Thank 1agustinp
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Reviewed 28 March 2018

One of the most beautiful beaches in the area!
Long walk down!
The place for nature lovers!
At the small parking area you pay the small fee at the shop 50 m up the road; here is also where you can buy beverages and do bring water with you. 250 m down the road is the start of a long walk down to the beach. is is about 1,000 steps and a bit slippery.
this nature walk takes about 20 minutes with some awazing view points. halfway down beverages are for sale, so also at the beach, with a mini restaurant( "warung"), serving typical goreng dishes; here is where you can rent a beach umbrella and a beachmat for two for 50,000 (about US 4). The beach is long and beautiful. Big wakes and breaks!

Thank 822johan
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Reviewed 27 March 2018

this place is perfect for camping! its still not crowded and not commercial, feels like you have your own beach! be preapared to walk down into the beach, with 500+ stairs.! but its worth the visit!

Thank Pauline i
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