Bali isn’t exactly an unknown destination and for some, that’s a turn off. True the island is packed with tourists, but exploring the unique Balinese culture and temples, as well as the hidden beaches, is still worth your time, especially when you consider the quality and affordability of the amenities.
The sea in this area is known for producing some great waves, which are perfect for surfers. Also, the beaches are much quieter than their southern counterparts, despite most of them being located within close proximity to the large main road connecting Denpasar and Gilimanuk Port.
With that being said, here are some of the spots that you can go to if you happen to be wandering off to the western part of Bali.
An unidentified sea creature has washed ashore in Indonesia’s Maluku province. The colossal carcass was found on Hulung Beach on the westside of Seram Island on Tuesday night by a local man.
Anyone who has ever ventured down to their local surf spot will know that they are home to a colourful bunch of people. Those who are surfers might even find themselves reading about one of the following characters thinking that it all sounds very familiar. And if you haven’t ever had the sheer joy of encountering these guys we suggest that you head on down to the beach with this guide in tow. It’s a little like birdwatching or train spotting but in our opinion far more entertaining. Enjoy!
A beach north of Brisbane is covered in blue blubber jellyfish, with one marine biologist saying it is the biggest stranding she has ever seen. There was no sand in sight at Deception Bay at the weekend when thousands of jellyfish stranded themselves, in what is known as a bloom, ABC News reported.
There are several well-known and rarely explored beaches to discover here, far removed from the chaos of the main tourist areas.
An English tourist was discovered drowned in the waters off the shore of Echo Beach in Canggu, North Kuta, Bali on Wednesday, December 28, 2016, at 5:00 pm, quoted from Bali Discovery.
In the midst of Bali’s current rainy season, the estimated 210 tons of rubbish and trash washes ashore each day during the westerlies has now increased by a further 50 tons to 260 tons, quoted from Bali Discovery.
The annual inundation of ocean-borne flotsam and jetsam has begun washing ashore in Kuta, Bali. The shoreline-filled with trash is most evident along a four-kilometer stretch of beach from Petitenget to the main beachfront in Kuta.
Indonesian Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC), Kepala Desa (Lurah) Benoa, dan Camat Kuta Selatan mengadakan rapat koordinasi, untuk membahas garis pantai di Nusa Dua dan hak hotel untuk membatasi penggunaan publik di pantai.