Think Bali, think beaches! Stunning, spectacular, incredible are some of the adjectives associated with Bali. Blessed with some of world’s most beautiful beaches, Bali is definitely the ‘Jewel of Indonesia’. Bali offers a rich assortment of beaches which are suitable for adventure junkies, families with kids, couples looking for solace and off course the party animals. The white sand, crystal clear water, beautiful coastline and swanky beach resorts is simply what a beach destination is all about. With so many beaches around, it’s imperative to know which one is of your interest. Moreover, Bali being a seasonal holiday destination, the beach experience in Bali is best explored between April to November.

Kuta which is to the south of Bali is the most popular and liveliest beach in Indonesia. It is best known for surfing and its bustling nightlife. Seminiyank & Nusa Dua is known for its upscale and fancy beach bars and resorts. Uluwatu is a rugged limestone region known for its cliff fringed coastline. Some of the best known beaches here are Padang Padang, Saluban & Pandawa beach. Jimbaran is ideal for honeymooners looking for a quite place to relax. An evening dinner in one of the best sea food restaurants, gazing at the blue waters. Adventure junkies would like to stay close to Tanjung Benoa, a place full of adrenaline. The thrill involved in the water sports like parasailing, flying fish, jet skiing and other boat rides will make this the most memorable holiday you have had.

While these are some of the most popular beaches of Bali, few others can also be in your bucket list. Beaches like Canggu, Sanur, Candidasa, Balangan, Lovina are also popular in Bali.

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