Nusa Dua Area

Area of ​​Nusa Dua is a south-eastern part of the Bukit Peninsula, situated on the southern part of the island of Bali. Usually when people talk about Nusa Dua, they mean a fenced tourist area, but in fact it includes the peninsula of Tanjung Benoa and several surrounding villages. Tourist area of ​​Nusa Dua is an artificially created enclave, which houses some of the best hotels on the island. Here, you will not find even a drop of the real Bali – the whole area was decorated in accordance with the principles of landscape design.  Besides luxury hotels and golf course that is the most popular in Bali here there is not interesting to see here. If you want to get inside this tourist area you need to pass through one of the three gates with guards who are basically checks vehicles and sometimes IDs of local residents. The only advantage of this area is excellent beaches. However if you want to swim here it is not necessary to live in one of the local hotels. In addition to the five-star hotels and beaches there are several museums in the area of ​​Nusa Dua but they are rarely visited. Another drawback is that in ​​Nusa Dua there are almost no good restaurants, of course except for those that are located in the hotels (with really high prices). Many guidebooks sat that way from airport to Nusa Dua can take a maximum of 30 minutes. If you arrive at night or late in evening this is, of course, true.  However If you arrive in the morning or afternoon, then almost certainly you will get stuck in a rather big traffic jam. However, on the way back from Nusa Dua that traffic jam can be even longer. So please remember that the road can easily take a couple of hours. Naturally those who move on a scooter don’t suffer from these difficulties. So you may stay, for example, in Kuta and travel here to swim almost every day.


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