The Bukit Peninsula offers you either east coast or west coast beaches

The west coast beaches are more common to be crowded in the dry season because the winds are more likely to be offshore, while the west coast beaches would be more suitable for surfing in the wet season where the wind will blow that side, either way we recommend to visit all of them either if you come in wet or dry season. 

West Coast Beaches:


Uluwatu Beach Although Uluwatu is more popular for its surf, this is one of the small hidden beaches in Bali and makes for the perfect place to chill out. A large set of stairs, lead down into a large hidden cave, that follows out into an absolute gem of a beach!

Thomas Beach

Thomas Beach is what your Bali travel dreams are made of. Think: rolling waves covering a crystal-clear reef of aqua-blue water and stretches of sand and colorful beach umbrellas…

You can also walk through some caves to some hidden beaches at low tide, which are so beautiful

Padang Padang

The island of Bali is home to some of the best beaches in the world and Padang Padang Beach is one of our favourites. Located next to well-known surf break Impossibles, Padang Padang like most beaches in Uluwatu, is famous for its super consistent surf.

With no off-season, Padang Padang attracts a year-round crowd. But despite being one of the busiest beaches on the Bukit Peninsula, its golden sand and clear aqua waters are well worth a visit.


Bingin is a stunning beach with unrivalled views over the Indian Ocean and the great wave that make it one of the most demanded surfing points by surfers in Bali and the world. The five star wave here is big, powerful and challenging.

It’s also one of the island’s hidden beaches, obscured by the rugged limestone cliffs on the southwestern Bukit peninsula. While getting to the stretch of white sand requires a difficult walk over uneven rocks, most people agree that it’s well worth the effort when they experience the gorgeous beachscapes and exciting waves.

Dreamland Beach

Dreamland Beach is a beautiful beach with white sand stretch 100 meters and leaned on a steep of white stone cliff overlooking to the amazing view of Indian Ocean. This beach is very attractive for tourist including the surfers offering the elegant, tranquility and spectacular sunset view that create the romantic nuance that make it as one of the place many visited by tourist every day.

Dreamland Beach is located in strategic area of Pecatu Graha, the huge area of luxurious residences, hotels, villas, world-class golf course (New Kuta Golf), water fun game and more that finally make this beach is increasingly popular.


Balangan Beach is a white sandy beach stretch 200 meters with panoramic view to the Indian Ocean and blessed by the spectacular sunset that create the romantic nuance for every visitor who visiting this beach. This beach is also endowed by enormous wave that is demanded by all surfers in particular for experience up to professional surfers.

The beach is located in the white stone hill area of Pecatu, south part of Bali Island right in Uluwatu peninsula, become the famous place, and selected as one of the best surfing points in the island of god. This beach is very popular within the surfers ranging from local and foreign surfers.

Jimbaran Beach

Jimbaran Beach and the famous Jimbaran Bay are on Bali’s southwestern coast. The beach is part of the narrow isthmus connecting the Bali mainland and the Bukit Peninsula. The beach and the bay offer small secluded areas of peace and quiet. The tranquillity you can find here can be a perfect antidote to a stressful world.

The land gently slopes away from the beach, revealing exclusive celebrity haunts. Some are hidden under a canopy of leafy coconut palm groves. Jimbaran Beach is also known as the home of luxury hotels, including the likes of the Four Seasons Resort at Jimbaran Bay and the InterContinental Bali Resort & Spa.

East Coast Beaches:

Nyang Nyang

Nyang Nyang Beach is a pristine 1.5-km stretch of white sand on the southernmost coast of Bali. Remote and secluded by cliffs, the beach calls for a long trek down a lush cliffside to reach it. It offers a rewarding sight for day-trippers as well as beach lovers exploring the island’s southern peninsula and who are in search of a beach that’s far from the crowds.

Experienced surfers can often ride the uncrowded waves here all for themselves. The beach is located in the Pecatu area, half a kilometre’s drive southeast of Uluwatu Temple. It’s about a half-hour trek down rugged terrain – a journey rewarded by splendid views over a hillside covered in lush greenery and flowering bushes.


Pandawa Beach is one of the many hidden beaches of Bali. Located on the island’s southern Bukit Peninsula, the 1-km-long coastal stretch is about 8 km south of the main hub of the BTDC complex in Nusa Dua.

Hidden behind large carved limestone cliffs that reveal wide views to the Indian Ocean, Pandawa Beach has impressive terrain and manmade limestone features that serve as a one-of-a-kind welcome into this coastal area. Huge cliffs were cut through to make way for its winding and smooth asphalt roads which lead down to the beach

Green Bowl

Green Bowl Beach is found within the southern part of Bali near Uluwatu and is amongst Bali’s most secluded beaches. The beautiful waves are placed at the lowest of the hill making it a paradise for the surfers.

Nikko Beach

Nikko Beach – Beautiful sandy beach with the ultimate water sports hype. Tubing, jet skis and diving are on everyone’s lips and world famous.

But when it comes to unusual sports such as Fly Fish & Co., the wonderfully long sandy beach Benoa on the Nusa Dua peninsula can score points with its wide range of activities.