Bias Tugal Beach Overview

Bias Tugal Beach, also known as Pantai Bias Tugal, is a hidden gem on Bali's eastern coast. Tucked away from the crowds, it boasts pristine white sands and crystal-clear waters. Ideal for relaxation and sunbathing, the beach offers stunning views of rugged cliffs and turquoise waves. Accessible via a short hike, it's a serene retreat for nature lovers and beach enthusiasts alike.

Bali presents beautiful surprises each time tourists arrive here. One such surprise, people never had an idea about in the past is Pantai Bias Tugel simply called Secret Beach. The remote location made it hidden for a long time but not anymore. The secluded beach possesses different names confusing among other famous beaches on the island but currently, it has more visitors every day. 

Spend a day on the beach on your Bali tour and relax in the soaking sun. The beach is blanketed by golden colour sand with traces of volcanic black grains. At the edges of the beaches, there are rocky shorelines as well as some rocky pools where kids can have fun.

Activity: There are shops on the beach which rent out snorkel gear as the beach is quite friendly to those who love to do snorkelling. Though the currents are strong, swimming is a suggested activity, especially in the afternoon. Sunbathing is an obvious one on the beach.

Highlights: The warungs set up on the beach give you snorkel gear, a cold Bintang or even a young coconut as well as a grilled fish. There are chances to grab a rejuvenating massage for 80000 rupiah for an hour- why don’t give it a try?

Entry fee: The official entry point shows a ticket booth where you have to pay a fee of 2000 IDR per person and parking will cost 5000 IDR.

Opening hours: 08:00 am to 06:00 pm.

Location: Padangbai, Manggis, Karangasem Regency, Bali 80871, Indonesia. To reach the beach, you have to take the road that passes the Post Office from the ferry terminal. 750 meters uphill will lead you to the signposted intersection and from there, after 500 meters, you can see the ticket counter and continue walking down a narrow path to the beach.

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