Top Things to do in Nusa Dua
Nusa Dua is an elite tourist area located about 25 km from Denpasar. Translated from Indonesian, “Nusa Dua” means “two islands”. Once the 2 islands really broke away from Bali as a result of tectonic activity. In the late 1970s, the government carried out a project to reunite separated shreds of land with Bali, making them a unified territory using a mound.
In this paradise, everything is subordinated to the convenience of tourists: the best hotels, various cafes and restaurants, shops and entertainment for every taste. Here is a list of important events that must be done in Nusa Dua so that your vacation leaves only the best memories.
From November to March, surfers come to Nusa Dua to catch their wave. Almost every hotel has a tide schedule. Numerous schools offer rental boards and the services of experienced instructors to help beginners tame the water element. You can also go to Kuta for excellent surfing.
TAN ON BEAUTIFUL BEACHES
The best of the island, huge boulders protect them from the wind and large waves, so families with young children will be especially comfortable here. The entire coastline is divided between hotels that carefully monitor its cleanliness. There is no obvious border between the hotel territories, so guests of the resort can choose any place they like. Video review of one of the beaches of Nusa Dua:
The best time for swimming is from 09.00 to 15:00. Then the tide begins and you can swim comfortably only in secluded bays.
GO TO PASIFIC MUSEUM
The museum was opened in 2006 at the Nusa Dua’s Bali Tourism Development Corporation’s tourist center. It simultaneously performs 2 functions: cultural and social, being the center of education for all those who wish to join the fine arts.
The museum contains the works of more than 200 artists from 25 countries living in the Asia-Pacific region. In 11 halls, 350 paintings and 250 objects of historical and antique value are exhibited. There are permanent and temporary exhibitions.
Address: Bali Tourism Development Corporation (BTDC), Block P
Opening hours: 10:00 – 18:00
ATTEND THE SHOW DEVDAN
This colorful 90-minute show runs 3 times a week at the Nusa Dua Theater. In the center of the story is the story of a boy and a girl who got lost in the jungle and make an exciting journey through the skeleton of the archipelago, while getting acquainted with the culture and traditions of Bali. Stunning scenery, colorful costumes, special effects, magnificent dance and acrobatic performances will leave a lasting impression on the viewer.
Address: Jalan Nusa Dua
Presentations: Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 19:00 to 20:30
VISIT GARUD PARK VISHNA KENCHAN
The park is located near Ungasan, in the south of the island. It covers an area of over 260 hectares, which houses exhibition pavilions, an amphitheater, a culinary school, venues for art performances and concerts, a restaurant, cafe and a souvenir shop. The main attraction is a statue of the god Vishnu riding on the mythical bird of Garuda. The composition has not yet been completed; its construction began in 1997 and continues to this day. While visitors can enjoy only its individual gigantic details: the head of a bird, hands and torso of Vishnu. As conceived by the author, the height of the sculpture should be 145 m.
Address: Jalan Raya Uluwatu
Opening hours: 08:00 – 22:00
FEEL GOD IN PUJA MANDALA
The Puja Mandala is a symbol of tolerance and an example of how 5 religions can harmoniously exist side by side. In a small area are Hindu and Buddhist temples, Catholic and Protestant churches, as well as a mosque. All places of worship are operational. The complex was opened in 1997 personally by the Minister of Religion.
Address: Jalan Kuru Setra
ENJOY THE BEAUTY OF THE GEGER TEMPLE
Heger Temple is located on the beach of the same name, surrounded by fashionable hotels, recalling the cultural identity of the Balinese. The complex consists of several carved stone structures erected at the very top of the limestone rock. After exploring the cultural attractions, it’s worth taking a couple of breathtaking panoramas of the bay and Agung Mountain on the horizon.
Bali National Golf Club invites everyone to join this elite sport. The ideal 18-hole course was designed by Robin Nelson and Rodney Wright, world-class architects. Blooming gardens and ocean views complete the pleasant experience of the game. Victory can be celebrated in a club restaurant serving Indonesian and European dishes.
Address: Jalan Nusa Dua Selatan