Beaches in Ubud for Honeymoon
Bias Tugel Beach
A great number of vendors and stalls line the length of the beach, selling local snacks and beers. Although not amongst the most popular of Bali honeymoon beaches, Bias Tugel is a great pick for honeymoon couples, considering the remote location and the outstanding scenery surrounding it.
Take a leisurely stroll along the Sanur Broadwalk, against the setting of a magical sunset. Follow it up with a hearty, romantic dinner by the beach. If you’re seeking adventure, dive into the world of water sports, especially jet skiing, which Sanur is applauded for. What was once a booming fishing village is now a great honeymoon destination. And more often than not, you even get your favorite spots all to yourself, that’s how peaceful the place is.
Blue Lagoon Beach
Lying on the northeastern flank of Padang Bai, the beach features stretches of black corals and lush, green hills on either side, rendering it a dreamy finish. Whether you’re looking for a good sunbathing spot or a great snorkeling experience with your partner, Blue Lagoon caters to all your whims. What the beach lacks in size, it makes up for in the exotic beauty and solitude. An inspired trip to the beach for your honeymoon will leave you with countless priceless memories to take back!
Beaches in Kuta for Honeymoon
Housing a multitude of nightclubs, bars, restaurants, and hotels, Kuta presents travelers with plenty of accommodation options catering to each budget type. One of the best places to visit in Kuta is Ground Zero Memorial where locals and travelers pay their respects to those who lost their lives in the 2002 bombings. Since Kuta is one of the most popular beaches of Bali, it is almost always buzzing with tourists. But if you don’t mind that, there’s no better option than Kuta to spend your honeymoon in.
If you consider yourselves an adventurous couple, Balangan Beach will satisfy your adrenaline calling. The beach unfolds against the setting of breathtaking scenery, which adds to the magic of the place. Spend a couple of beautiful sunsets by the beach with your partner, followed by a romantic candle-light dinner by the shore.
Move a little further up north if you’re looking for quieter places. Balangan is also quite famous for massage parlors, which dot the most popular nook of the beach. Another great spot to enjoy the iconic sunsets of Bali, Dreamland Beach is great for couples and families alike.
The white sand beach remains towered by lofty, limestone hills which look out to the vast ocean below. True to its name, the beach is home to beautiful statues of the Pandawa heroes from the Hindu epic Mahabharata. Surfing on the turquoise-blue waters of the Pandawa Beach makes for an unmatched adventure. Given the secluded location of the beach, it is no surprise that a great number of couples flock here in search of quality time, peace and solitude. If you value offbeat destinations, make your way to this gem before the commercialization hits it.
Beaches in Uluwatu for Honeymoon
The beach is flanked by rugged limestone cliffs that overlook the vast ocean stretch. Known as a surfer’s paradise, the white-sand beach is also home to a beautiful reef, while being one of the most extraordinary coastlines in Bali. A lesser-known honeymoon destination in Bali, Bingin is also home to the most sensational sunsets, with an array of pinks and reds splattered across the sky every evening. It is also one of the most photographed locations in Uluwatu,
The beach extends up to the famous Uluwatu Beach, which shares the location of a mystical cave. A tad tricky to get to, the beach is accessible via a narrow cave and requires one to bend down and crawl through to get to the beach. Famous as a surfing destination, Suluban Beach is a great detour from the more famous beaches like Dreamland and Padang Padang. Catch the beautiful sunset from your favorite spots, after having explored the magnificent caves of Suluban. If adventure and exploration is your calling, this is the perfect honeymoon destination.
Padang Padang Beach
It is another one of the most photographed or Instagrammable beaches of Bali. In fact, it was also featured in the movie adaptation of ‘Eat, Pray, Love’. That is proof enough that Padang Padang is a great honeymoon destination, especially for adventurous couples, or simply for those seeking a little quiet, away from the bustling beaches of Bali.
Nyang Nyang Beach
Imagine visiting a beautiful gem of Bali, only to find that you have the entire beach to yourselves! One of the longest beaches in Bali, Nyang Nyang has the fewer number of reefs, making it an ideal swimming location. If exploration is on your mind, delve into the world of mesmerizing shipwrecks with your partner to make your trip truly memorable.
Beaches in Nusa Dua for Honeymoon
Tanjung Benoa Beach
You may want to avoid going there during summer vacations for obvious reasons, though. Not very far from the famous Nusa Dua Beach, Tanjung Benoa is one of the best of Bali honeymoon beaches.
Nusa Dua Beach
To make your honeymoon memorable, make sure you opt for one of the special glass-bottom boat rides on the pristine waters - a welcome change from the classic wooden boats that the local fishermen can be seen riding! A phenomenal sunrise and sunset await you, followed by equally mesmerizing adventures on the shore.
The beach is a base to some of the most luxurious villas and spas, making it a suitable pick for honeymoon couples. Shaded away from prying eyes, Geger Beach offers visitors the sought after solitude and privacy. The beach is also rich in culture, being home to seaweed farmers. After a thrilling day of swimming and snorkeling, take a quiet stroll by the beach, watching the sublime sunset fire up the sky.