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The Awesomeness of Nusa Dua, Bali

You guys must have known that the King of Saudi Arabia, King Salman stayed in Bali since 4 March in the past. Seeing the beauty of Nusa Dua, Bali, made King Salman and his entourage decided to stay in Nusa Dua until 12 March, which previously was only planned up until 9 March only. This is certainly a positive impact for Bali’s economy, especially Nusa Dua.


            Actually, what is actually in Nusa Dua that made King Salman really loves the beauty of Bali? Bali is truly identic with the beauty of its beaches, but beside beaches, there are other tourist attraction out there. Jejakku here will bring and explain more across holiday lists in Nusa Dua, Bali.


Nusa Dua Beach


            This beach could be called the cleanest beach in Bali. Nusa Dua beach contains pure white grains of sand with clear blue seas, as well as calm waves, and that is the exact reason why Nusa Dua is a perfect spot to relax. For the locals, they do not call Nusa Dua beach, but with other names, as for the northern beach was named Mengiat Nusa Dua and the south as Geger Nusa Dua.

Mengiat Beach


Still around the white sandy and clean beach in Nusa Dua. Mengiat beach is also known as a fishing beach, until the afternoon, we will be able to see fishermen sailing or fishing on the shore! The fishermen also rented a boat that is commonly used to take tourists on diving and snorkeling sites, which are not far away from Mengiat beach.

Water Blow


Here there are the pleasure of enjoying hard-going waves on a collision course into the coral reef! There is no entrance fee, Water Blow is located right behind Grand Hyatt hotel, Nusa Dua. This tourist attraction site is not a beach, due to the fact of fierce winds and waves hitting shore, coming from the Indian Ocean.

Pasifika Museum


Bali is not just about the beaches, there are museums as well as artists and famous art! The Pasifika Museum that shows the culture of Asia and the Pacific as well as other cultural artifacts. This museum was built on 2006 by Moetaryanto P and Philippe Augier.

Puja Mandala


In the midst of blasphemy cases, in Bali itself, there is a real life symbol of the meaning of bhineka tunggal ika. This area has built 5 major places of worship that represent every single major religion in Indonesia. Standing above ground of 2 hectares of land, one of which is the Ibn Battuta Mosque that was built on 1994 and inaugurated 3 years later. Although alongside other places of worship, there has never been any public conflict amongst the people.

There we go! Those are some holiday places located in Nusa Dua, that you guys can go. Nusa Dua is indeed one of Bali’s tourist sites that attracts tourists especially King Salman! Do you guys know any other hidden tourists attraction spot in Bali, that Jejakku can track?