Nusa Dua & Uluwatu ( Daily Tour )

Nusa Dua & Uluwatu ( Daily Tour )

Nusa Dua Beach

Nusa Dua Beach is private beach for doing activity water sport.
here you can fun & enjoy with water sport activity.








Padang2 Beach
Having enough of visiting Dreamland that is now changed into New Kuta Beach (I’ll tell you more about this on my next post) and became so touristy (thanks to local tourists and the new investor of a so called ‘the largest and most comprehensive leisure spot in Bali’), Bart & me spotted this white sand beach with crystal clear water, not so big wave, tranquil, from the bridge of Labuan Sait - See more at: http://www.beeamazing.com/my-5-favorite-beaches-in-bali/#sthash.J0Uig9Y9.dpuf
Padang Padang is a wonderful slice of secluded paradise in the Uluwatu area. Actually, it is only half an hour away from famous Kuta beach, and from the Mia Villa resort, it will take you around an hour and a half. It is a mysterious little beach that stretches for 120 meters and in order to get to the beach you have to go through a passage between two higher cliffs.

  
Uluwatu temple

Uluwatu probably means above the stone, and this is just what it is. The temple is built on a high ledge of rock extending out over the sea 76 meter (250 ft) below. On there sides the Indian Ocean rolls in with some of the biggest waves in Asia. Java is just visible straight ahead. The white of limestone they are carved in and the blue of the sea combine unforgettably in this pure and special place. The temple goes back at least a thousand years and probably more. The sixteenth-century Hindus sage Wawu Rauh is said to have achieved moksa (or attained Nirvana) here.

Kecak & Fire Dance
Kecak Dance is one of Bali most well-known performing art forms seen by tourist and has become a memorable past of any visitor’s stay to the island. Kecak Dance some time call “Monkey Dance” by foreigner has become a must see entertainment for both foreign and domestic visitors in Bali. Kecak is secular art form that embodies the spirit and aesthetic elements of the ancient and modern traditions of Bali. Kecak integrates both dance and drama, but ultimately the artistic beauty of Kecak lies in its intricate vocal chanting. The complex and multi layer sounds of “Cak Cak Cak” chanted by the chorus into various rhythmic patterns are at once the essence and soul of Kecak.

Jimbaran Bay Dinner

On the way back to hotel, we stop at Jimbaran bay for fresh seafood barbeque dinner. The sea food is cooked on open barbeque, its simple surrounded with tables and chairs on the beach, fresh fish, prawn, crayfish served with rice, simple salad or potatoes. Jimbaran Beach is a white sand beautiful beach located in the southern part of Bali. There are plenty of cafes offer delicious of seafood dinner with breathtaking view of Indian Ocean. At the northern (right hand) end, the airport runway can be seen, with the planes standing silhouetted against the sky.