Nusa Dua Guide

This high end complex of East Bali is brimming with five star luxuries. Superior spa resorts, a world class golf course and pristine beaches add a touch of sparkle to the traditional wonders east of the Bukit Peninsula.

Nusa Dua overview

Polished resort town with a beautiful beach.
The Pasifka museum is worth a visit.
Geger beach is among the best in Bali.
Dinning is mostly limited to the hotels and resort restaurants.
The hotel bars and resort lounges will shake you a cocktail.
With kids
Turtle watching at Serangan Island and beach fun.
Spa and massage
Elegant spas at the resorts.
Active holiday
Water sports and golf.
Nusa Dua reef is good for beginners. Experienced divers can dive at Nusa Penida.
World class. Hire a boat to take you to the Nusa Dua break.
Time from airport
20-30 min.

Close by you can see the spectacular sights of the Uluwatu Temple, the towering cliffs of the Bukit Peninsula and numerous other sacred haunts.

The public beach of Geger is a breathtaking stretch of white sand fringed by coconut palms and the tranquility of a deep blue ocean. The beach maintains its character against the more artificial areas to be found within the resort settings. Here you can catch a glimpse of the real Bali with clear warm waters for swimming, coral beds for snorkeling and a whole host of watersports for the more energetic traveler. Being one the rare east facing spots, the beaches in Nusa Dua invite gentle cooling breezes allowing for unrivalled comfort on humid afternoons.

Shoppers will delight in Nusa Dua; The Bali Collection is an international shopping complex offering up worldwide names against the more local Bali brands. The shopping complex is set outside with a calmer atmosphere then other Bali market scenes. It’s the ultimate in convenience as you don’t have to worry about the hassle of learning to haggle.

Nusa Dua is not famed for its nightlife; the five star attitude lends itself better to sipping decadent cocktails in landscaped tropical gardens, or relaxing at the beachside bars celebrating the sunset. Inside the hotel complex you can find plenty of high class restaurants complete with in-house entertainment and theme nights. Most offer live music and have late night curfews.

Nusa Dua is for those who are seeking a lavish escape. Combining the pleasure of Bali’s beautiful landscape and sun drenched coast with all the luxuries and conveniences of a resort town.