A hidden beach in Indonesia which is the supreme attraction now is Pasir Putih Beach with several nicknames like White Sand Beach, Virgin Beach, and Hidden Beach etc. The 400 meters wide white sandy shore is a shocking surprise for the first time visitors. The shore is made absolutely beautiful with the presence of several tall palm trees that sway synchronically with the wind blows. It is nestled amidst a small village called Perasi, quite far off from the main city.
A lot of tourists from different parts of the world come to spend a quality time at the beach, alone or with their family. Tourists arrive here will stay at the guest houses and hotels located along the coast of Ujung or in Candi Dasa. The secluded beach is extended between two hills between Bugbug and Perasi. The beach is lying about 4.5 km east of the main hub of Candi Dasa.
Highlights: Since the beach is nestled amidst two hills and lush greenery, it is kept hidden from the outer side of the village and that is the supreme peculiarity of the beach. Also, there are a lot of cafes and small restaurants arranged in a line on the beach which serves tasty seafood delicacies and other items familiar on the island.
Activities: Swimming and snorkelling are two important activities people love to do at the beach. Boating is also an overwhelming activity. Those who love to have a tropical relaxation can find the beach as the best. There are spaces just to lie down and relax looking at the water cuddling the shore. You can enjoy playing football or volleyball on the sand or do sunbathing as well.
Location: From Kuta, it would take around 2.5 hours to reach the beach. Drive east from Kuta toward Sanur. From Sanur, you can connect to the Kusamba Bypass and continue driving on the coastal road along Candi Dasa and when you reach Perasi Village, you can seek help from the village to reach the beach.