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Nyang Nyang Beach

Nyang Nyang Beach


The beauty of this island beach resort is renowned in various parts of the world, of the many beaches in Bali one-Nyang Nyang Beach is located in the village of Pecatu, District of South Kuta, Badung regency. Nyang-Nyang beach is hidden behind a rock, as far as the eye can see will look stunning views. This clean white sandy beach with sea water a bluish-green tint. The beach is still quiet and comfortable yet little known by tourists. For localized to advance down the stairs in order to reach the shore. When you have until you’ll enjoy the beautiful beaches are still beautiful and natural.

This beach is famous for its waves so that the magnitude of many foreign tourists who come here to play smoothly. In addition, other activities that can be done at this beach sunbathing and swimming. For those of you who like quiet beach vacation can be an option. The livelihoods of coastal areas where these are the day laborers, employees and private individual traders. This is because the areas are rocks that can not be utilized Distance traveled to this location is approximately 32 km from Denpasar town and about 60 minutes drive from Ngurah Rai when using a motor vehicle.

Nyang-Nyang beach cleanliness is maintained, is due to the location of this beach that not many people know. There is a large parking area when going to the beach area Nyang Nyang-contained various exotic beaches in Bali, and if you visit Bali come to this beach.

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