Beaches are the major attraction in Bali and there is no limit in the number. Nusa Dua, a point of interest in Bali has significant beaches, big or small, to enhance its beauty to the next level. One among them is Blue Point Beach. But this one is less crowded with a long stretch of white sand but a brilliant place to relax and witness the changes in the surrounding as the day rolls out.
Blue Point Beach is located in Uluwatu Pecatu Village and the locals call it as the Suluban Beach. Why the beach got the name Blue Point is interesting to know. There is a villa situated close to the beach bearing the name Blue Point Bay Villas and thus the beach got this name.
Highlights: Before reaching the beach, you will come across different restaurants arranged on the road overlooking the ocean and watching the colourful sunset every day. Those who do not prefer walking around the beach can take a seat at these restaurants and lure the lip-smacking dishes while enjoying the auspicious views of the blue and white combination that is perched on the wide beach. As you reach the beach, you will witness two cliffs which are huge and look like a hallway and you are expected to cross the corridor to reach the shore.
Activities: The cliffs and the high waves make the beach special for surfing and you will be able to see multiple surfers when you visit here. In addition to surfing, the beach is very friendly to those who wish to swim or just do sunbathing on the shore.
Entrance fee: There is a minimal entrance fee to be paid to enter the beach as well as a parking fee of around IDR 5000.
Location: Blue Point Beach in Uluwatu is located quite far from the main tourist centres in Bali and hence the public transport system to Blur Point is relatively dull. You can arrive here by private vehicles.