25 Secret & Hidden Beaches In Bali -Revealed (How to Reach & Location)
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Balangan BeachSuluban BeachSanur BeachYeh Leh BeachGreen Bowl BeachGunung Payung BeachKarma BeachAmed BeachAtuh BeachPasir Putih Beach Finns beach, Sawangan Beach, and many more. 

If you have a strong penchant for immersing in the ethereal beauty of nature, and you don’t like beaches filled with tourists, then you’ll be glad to know that there are some of the hidden
beaches in Bali that can be your favourite spot. These beaches are the visual wonderland with turquoise blue water and warm sand that will totally leave you spellbound.

The night time downtown is lit here by the sparkling light of the bars that shine on the rain-kissed sidewalks.With the idyllic setting, coral reefs and super chilled atmosphere you’re guaranteed to escape into a world quite different from the typical tourist joints. They are the best places to visit in Bali if you don't want loud beaches. Enter the pure orchestra of nature by diving into the Crystal Bay that is well known for snorkelling or watch the lapping waves catching the hues of the rising sun at Balian beach which seems to stretch it's symphony forever on you. Let’s together gasp explore some of these secret beaches in Bali that are a true bliss for the travellers.
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Hidden Beaches In Bali


Balangan Beach

The best way to enjoy a spectacular beach sunset is to visit Balangan Beach which is among the secret beaches in Bali. With the beautiful panoramic view of the Indian Ocean from its silvery beaches, this beach makes for one of the most exquisite sights one can witness in Bali.

This beach, popular among surfers and honeymooners, is a stretch of 200 meters and is ideal for spending a day relaxing. Visit Balangan Beach to gaze into the unending horizon while enjoying the refreshing sea breeze.

Jalan Pantai Balangan, Pecatu, Jimbaran

How to reach: You can reach here by rented motorbike or car

Activities/things to do: Surfing, Photography, Swimming.

Distance from Bali Airport: 16.1 km

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Suluban Beach

Leave your worries behind by taking in the magical aura of Suluban Beach which holds an extraordinary kind of charm that can woo anybody visiting it. The beach, apart from a soft sandy stretch, also features limestone formations. The major attraction at the beach is a cave, which makes it an ideal location for photography.

When you visit this beach for an exclusive sort of experience, do not forget to indulge in surfing as it is one of the finest spots in Bali for surfing.

Location: Bukit Peninsula, Bali

How to reach: You can reach the beach by taking a taxi or motorbike from Kuta or Jimbaran

Activities/things to do: Surfing, Photography, Swimming, Sunbathing.

Distance from Bali Airport: 23 km

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Finns beach

This is one of the most breathtaking hidden beaches in Bali located below the Semara Luxury Villa Resort. It seems like a goblet of treasure encompassed between the two cliff walls.

The outrageous sultry water here seems to dance to the tunes of nature, and the boulders merge with the water creating a harmonious alliance. Flushed with seashells, corals and fish, you can have an amazing time with the water beauties over here.

Things to do: fishing, surfing, soothing massages, beach walk, partying in the clubs along the coast

Location: Jl. Pantai Berawa, Canggu, Kec, Kuta Utara, Bali

How to reach: Take the road down the Jalan Pantai Selatan Gau and follow the Finns sign

Distance from Bali airport: 31 minutes

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Sanur Beach

Set in the stunning island isthmus, this was formerly a fishing village which has now turned into an outrageous beach. It has some of the finest beachfront retreats spawning with an eclectic mix of energy and rhythm.

There are many souvenir stalls, restaurants and hotels across the beach where you can engage in a swirling thong of happy memories. This beach is also very popular for maintaining it’s the charm of art and culture, which makes it a great place to enjoy both contemporary as well as the classic attractions.

Things to do: Kitesurfing, shopping at the souvenir stalls, enjoying the seafood in restaurants along the coast, fishing.

Location: Sanur, Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia

How to reach:
  Take a private taxi from airport and you will reach here in 20 minutes

Distance from Bali airport: 25

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Yeh Leh Beach

The most recommended spot in Bali for professional landscape photographers, Yeh Leh Beach is famous for its dramatic landscape, teeming with dark shaded rocks, that becomes all the more dramatic during the sunset. If you enjoy solitude, the place is apt for you.

Though you cannot expect soft white sand at Yeh Leh Beach, soothing tranquillity fills the atmosphere of this place. So you can definitely visit this beach to catch a magical sunset and experience a heavenly solace.   

Location: Gumbrih, Jembrana

How to reach: Take a cab and hit Denpasar-Gilimanuk Highway. Th beach is just off the highway.

Activities/things to do: Photography, Watching Sunset, Fishing

Distance from Bali Airport: 70 km

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Green Bowl Beach

It is one of the most secluded beaches of Bali with a small coastal strip where the vibrant blue water crashes against the rocks below. Located on the southern coastline of Bali this secret gem attracts surfers towards its glistening shores.

The curvature and colour of the beach give it the name Green bowl. It is a heaven for the adrenaline rushing surfers and sporting weekenders. The crystal clear water also provides a nice snorkelling experience.

Things to do: snorkelling, surfing, beach walking, fishing.

Location: Southernmost point of Bali island, Ungasan village, South Kuta District, Badung Regency, Bali

How to reach: From Jimbaran take a drive to Uluwatu temple and take a straight lane towards the intersecting point of Dreamland beaches and Uluwatu. Then take a left towards the beach.

Distance from Bali airport: 17.3 km

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Gunung Payung Beach

Located in Nusa Dua Peninsula, Gunung Payung Beach is one of the most picturesque beaches in the entirety of Bali. With shallow waters, it is also an ideal spot for swimming. Or you can simply spend your day soaking in the breathtaking views of the blue sea as far as your eyes can see.

Since Gunung Payung is one of the hidden beaches in Bali, you are recommended to consider it for your next beach holiday in Bali for an exclusive experience.

Location: Adat Kutuh Village, 30 km south of Denpasar,  

How to reach: Hire a cab at Bali Airport to reach the beach. It takes approximately 20 minutes.

Activities/things to do: Surfing, Sunbathing, Yoga, Photography.

Distance from Bali Airport: 16.9 km

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Karma Beach

Famous for its luxury beach resorts where you can experience a lavish treatment, Karma Beach is one of the hidden beaches in Bali. Unlike the popular beaches, you can find in Bali, Karma Beach will not bother you with throngs of tourists. It is mostly preferred by backpackers and those who prefer solitude.

Since the beach has accommodation and food options, you can consider spending a couple of days here than a short visit. You can also enjoy beach parties while you are staying here.

Location: Karma Kandara, Ungasan, Bali

How to reach: Take a cab from Bali Airport and when you reach the spot, take a cable car ride to reach down the cliff.

Activities/things to do: Party, Sunbathing, Swimming, Photography, Dining.

Distance from Bali Airport: 16.6 km

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Amed Beach

Rich marine life, clean beach, and a range of water sports – Amed Beach have everything you need for indulging in a perfect beach experience on your trip to Bali. It is majorly popular among divers and those who do not wish to miss out on beautiful sunsets. The beach was once a site of traditional salt farming and is now popular among those who are seeking some quiet time by the ocean. Fishing villages are situated along the coastline, so you do not have to worry about accommodation and food because there are plenty of options.

Location: Karangasem, East Bali

How to reach: Hire a private cab at Bali Airport to reach Amed

Activities/things to do: Snorkelling, Diving, Photography, Village Visit, Picnic.

Distance from Bali Airport: 97 km

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Atuh Beach

It is the most beautiful beaches of Bali encompassed by a killer look. The locals also call it as Batu Melawang or hollow rock because of its arch-like formation. The craggy mountain peaks guard the turquoise beach that begs you to walk into its glistening beauty.

Four rocky islets and outcrops dot the coast of Atuh Beach. It offers a mix of everything, and you’ll get entrapped here into a unique kind of harmony that you won’t find anywhere else.

Things to do: Snorkelling, diving, jumping from the arch cliff, fishing.

Location: Pejukutan, Nusa Penida, Klungkung Regency, Bali

How to reach: You can easily fetch a boat from the various ports in the mainland of Bali

Distance from Bali airport: 50.1 km

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Sawangan Beach

With the kind of views that will make you gaze in surprise, Sawangan Beach is one of the hidden beaches in Bali that are truly unspoiled. The contrast of golden sands against the azure waters creates a fascinating sight.

Since the beach is not quite popular among tourists, it becomes an ideal spot where you can just lie down under the sun and gaze at the beautiful vista before you. With some prominent resorts available, Sawangan Beach is worth staying at. Come spend some time here with your family and make lifelong memories.

Location: Grand Nikki Bali Hotel, Nusa Dua

How to reach: The beach is a 15-minute drive from Nusa Dua, so hire a cab.

Activities/things to do: Sunbathing, Surfing, Photography, Dining.

Distance from Bali Airport: 30 km

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Pasir Putih Beach

One of those beaches in Bali that easily make to the list of the most scenic ones. If this is your first time in Bali, Pasir Putih Beach is the place you should start your tour with to have the most amazing beach experience. Exhibiting nature in its most pristine form,

Pasir Putih Beach is a 400 meter long stretch of silver sand bordering the cobalt waters of the sea. This beach also has some great options for partying, dining and drinking. Thus, Pasir Putih is your destination for an eventful beach day!

Location: Karangasem, East Bali

How to reach: Hire a cab on Candidasa-Bugbug main road and reach Perasi village. Trek for 1 km to reach the beach.

Activities/things to do: Sunbathing, Boating, Swimming, Partying, Dining.

Distance from Bali Airport: 251 km

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Melasti Beach

If photography is one of your top objectives to visit Bali, Melasti Beach is the place you should definitely include in your itinerary as it is one of the most picturesque beaches on the island. The beach is overlooked by a cliff which allows one to have a spectacular view of the unending stretch of the ocean. 

The waves at Melasti Beach are ideal for swimming. Not too many tourists know about the beach, so you can consider this spot for a peaceful day basking under the sun.

Location: Ungasan, South Kuta, Bali

How to reach: Hire a private taxi from Uluwatu. The beach is well connected by road.

Activities/things to do: Swimming, Surfing, Photography, Picnic.

Distance from Bali Airport: 17.6 km

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Dream Beach

Staying true to its name, Dream Beach in Nusa Lembongan is a dream-like beauty and is one of the prettiest secret beaches in Bali. A perfect location where you can calm your soul merely by taking in the surrounding natural beauty, Dream Beach is ideal for a romantic getaway.

Due to its untainted landscape, the beach is also popular among shutterbugs. For even better views, you should look at the endless stretch of blue waters bordered by this secluded beach from the cliff here. Resorts with world-class amenities are available if you decide to extend your stay.

: Nusa Lembongan

How to reach: Nusa Lembongan can be reached by taking a 30-minute boat ride from Sanur, Bali.

Activities/things to do: Swimming, Surfing, Sunbathing, Photography.

Distance from Bali Airport: 32.6 km

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Bias Tugal Beach

Unexplored and unspoiled, Bias Tugal Beach is straight out of your beach fantasy and is an ideal place to visit solo or with your partner. This paradisiacal beach in Bali is just a short trek away from the mainland and isn’t visited by a lot of tourists.

You can enjoy a chilled beer lying on the warm sand of Bias Tugal Beach and admire the artistry of nature. Stretching across a short area of 130 meters, this beach is tranquil. If you are looking forward to visiting a perfect beach in Bali, there are a few options as good as Bias Tugal.

Location: Padangbai, East Bali

How to reach: 10 minutes walk from Padang Bai Port

Activities/things to do: Snorkelling, Swimming, Sunbathing.

Distance from Bali Airport: 53 km

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Geger Beach

If you are looking for a flawless spot in Bali for a photo shoot, Geger Beach is among the most recommended spots with hardly any tourists to interrupt your fun. The spectacular views Geger Beach offers will make you go head over heels.

The stretch of this beach with soft golden sands is approximately one kilometer and is perfect for basking under the sun, listening to the soft noise of waves hitting the shore. There are some amazing luxury resorts available at Geger Beach which make this beach all the more suitable for a beach holiday experience.

Jalan Pantai Geger, Nusa Dua

How to reach: Hire a private taxi from Nusa Dua to reach Geger Beach

Activities/things to do: Surfing, Beach Stroll, Dining, Sunbath, Fishing.

Distance from Bali Airport: 27 km

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Nyang Nyang Beach

With an endless stretch of sand and sparkling water, Nyang Nyang is the perfect beach for the people who astound to visit a paradise. There are many hidden beaches in Bali, but none of them can match the divine setting of this beach.

Dense greenery covers the cliff walls, and the main attraction here is a shipwreck that got half-buried in the sand. Graffiti artists display their art here, taking advantage of the wrecked ship.

Things to do: surfing, fishing, beach walking

Location: Uluwatu, Bukit Peninsula, Bali, Indonesia

How to reach: Reach the Uluwatu temple and drive for ten minutes to reach here

Distance from Bali airport: 19.6 km

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Soka Beach

Not only an underrated tourist destination but also a paradise for beach lovers, Soka Beach is a place you cannot afford to miss on your Bali trip. This is not another typical Balinese beach with white sand but is extremely picturesque with black sand and rocks.

Since not too many tourists bother to visit this unexplored spot, you can reserve a few hours to spend here, relaxing the way you like. And if you enjoy the unique atmosphere of this coastline, you can also find accommodation here to spend a day or two.

Jalan Raya Denpasar, Kabupaten

How to reach: Hire a taxi, the beach is a two hours drive from Kuta.

Activities/things to do: Photography, Sunbathing, Picnic.

Distance from Bali Airport: 58 km

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Lovina Beach

A little piece of paradise with barely any crowd to interrupt your fun, Lovina Beach is a lovely secret beach in Bali that is frequented only by a few. Featuring a rich marine life including dolphins and coral reefs, this beach with black sand is where you can come with your family and enjoy a matchless beach holiday.

A visual treat to one’s eyes, Lovina Beach is also popular among photographers looking for perfect frames in Bali.

Location: Northwestern Bali

How to reach: Take a 2.5-hour taxi ride from Sanur

Activities/things to do: Swimming, Photography, Boating, Sunbathing.

Distance from Bali Airport: 92 km

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Uluwatu Beach

Located on the Bukit peninsula, it is one of the secret beaches in Bali known for the landmark cliff-top temple. The stunning coral reefs here bring Uluwatu to life. It is a little slice of extravagant paradise with turquoise water and blindingly white sand.

The rugged limestone region is shrouded with the luxury resorts and villas. There are plenty of play booths here where you can get clicked to restore every moment spent here.

Things to do: surfing, beach walking, watching the sunset, fishing.

Location: Bukit peninsula, Bali, Indonesia

How to reach: Take a cab till single fin and then you have to walk from here to the beach.

Distance from Bali airport: 22.5 km

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Echo Beach

Considered as the adventure lane for the surfers Echo beach has become most famous because of its advanced reef breaks and delicious seafood. The 180-degree sunset and seascapes are a sight to behold for the viewers.

This beach is excellent for surfing, sunbathing and leisurely strolls. It’s a paradise for surfers during the day and turns into an ambient dining spot by the night with the huge number of barbeque joints located close to the beach.

Things to do: surfing, enjoying the seafood, sunset watching

Location: Canggu Kec. Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali, Indonesia

How to reach: Take a scooter ride from the north of Batu Bolong

Distance from Bali airport: 20.9 km

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Crystal Bay

It is one of the secret beaches in Bali with a 200-metre sand stretch on the west coast of the famous Nusa Penida. This is a palm-fringed beach famous for snorkelling and diving. It’s extremely safe to swim in it if you long to play with the water beauties during calmer tides.

Divers have praised for its superb visibility as the marine world is clearly visible even down to 30 meters. There are few traditional food stalls also located at the seaside serving drinks and snacks. Some of the amazing water beauties, such as manta rays and mola also reside here.

Things to do: snorkelling, diving, enjoying seafood at the traditional stalls.

Location: Sakti, Nusa Penida, Klungkung Regency, Bali

How to reach: You can catch a fast boat from various ports in Bali
  to reach here

Distance from Bali airport: 32.3 km

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Thomas Beach

This is a pearl-like glistening white sand beach with clean blue water and rolling waves. This beach was earlier referred to as one of the secret beaches in Bali because only the locals knew about it. It still remains as the undiscovered beach for tourists who visit Bali for the first time.

But once you come over here you’ll feel like visiting this bounty of nature again and again. The rolling turquoise waves and the stretch of white sand make it heaven emerging from the lap of nature.

Things to do: Bite snacks at warungs, surfboard, beach walk, fishing

How to reach: You can easily rent a scooter and make your way to Thomas Beach from Uluwatu region.

Location: Pecatu, South Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali

Distance from Bali airport: 21.8 km

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Kelingking Beach

Located in the village of Bunga Mekar it is one of the hidden beaches in Bali considered as a popular landmark which resembles the T-Rex’s head. It is also referred to as the T-Rex Bay of Bali and is flooded with so many amazing views that it would be difficult to pick your favourite.

You can swim on the beach depending on the tide condition. The baked beach with coral reefs makes hordes of people behold its breathtaking beauty in their camera.

Things to do: Diving, swimming, taking massaging sessions

Location: Bunga Mekar, Nusa Penida, Klungkung Regency, Bali

How to reach: You can take a speedboat from Bali to reach to this beach

Distance from Bali airport: 33.7 km

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Balian Beach

If you’re someone who plunges to dive into the aqua blue pristine water with blinding white sand, then Balian beach can be absolute bliss for you.

It is one of the hidden beaches in Bali that offers stunning seascapes and is a great spot for the surfers. There are a few bars here where you can relax and unwind. It’s a spot extremely famous among the surf fanatics.

Things to do: surfing, enjoying seafood, swimming, diving

Location: Lalang Linggah, West Selemadeg, Tabanan Regency, Bali

How to reach: Drive for 2 hours west along the main highway towards Gilimanuk

Distance from Bali airport: 60.3 km

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People Also Ask About Bali

  1. Which are the best water sports to do on Bali Beaches?

    1. Rafting: Rafting is the most popular water sport in Bali due to the abundance of magnificent waterfalls and rivers. River rafting is the only way to see some exotic aquatic animals. The Ayung River, Bali's largest and longest river, is the best place to start. Telaga Waja River in east Bali is another option.

    2. Scuba Diving: Deep below the waves of Bali, you have excellent scope for scuba diving. Once you go deep into the waters, you can spot fascinating coral reefs, shipwrecks, and drop-off walls. Sanur, one of the hidden beaches In Bali is perfect for enjoying scuba diving. Other popular dive sites include Padangbai, Tulamben, and Nusa Penida.

    3. Stand Up Paddleboarding: Stand Up Paddleboarding (SUP) is all about standing firmly upright on a specially designed board, while a long paddle lets you cruise along the water. Although Stand Up Paddleboarding is best done in calmer conditions, you can also ride over larger swells, if you are experienced enough.

    4. Surfing: Also known as a surfer's paradise, Bali is the ultimate playground for experienced as well as novice surfers. There are surfing schools in Kuta, Seminyak, and Legian, which are ideal for beginners. The 3-5 ft waves provide a thrilling experience for pro surfers. Sanur is one of the secret beaches In Bali, which is perfect for surfing.

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  2. Which are the best beaches in Bali?

    1. Suluban Beach: Located in Pecatu near Uluwatu, Suluban Beach is one of the top hidden beaches In Bali. It is also known as Blue Point Beach because of the high waves that make it a popular surfing spot. Swimming and sunbathing are not recommended for this reason. It's a popular spot for camping and enjoying bonfires at sunset.

    2. Seminyak Beach: Packed with numerous beachfront bars, five-star hotels, multi-cuisine restaurants, and water sports companies, Seminyak Beach is one of the bustling secret beaches In Bali. This beach is the most popular surfing spot in Bali and it also has a surfing school for beginners. The Seminyak beach flaunts beautiful golden sand and pleasant weather.

    3. Uluwatu's Karma Kandara Beach: Known as tropical heaven, Uluwatu's Karma Kandara Beach is one of the top-secret beaches In Bali that flaunts beautiful and clean water. Staying there is a bit pricey, but spending a little more money here is well worth it. It is located on Bali's Bukit peninsula, which is why some celebrities frequent this beach.

    4. Kuta Beach: Also known as the "Beach That Never Sleeps," Kuta Beach is a small, lively, and vibrant beach. This beach also offers a variety of water sport activities as well as a few vibrant shopping markets where you can buy Bali souvenirs. The nightlife in the area is well-known and there are numerous bars and pubs.

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  3. What is the best time to visit Bali?

    Since Indonesia has pleasant weather all year, it is possible to visit Bali at any time of year. Typically, the months of April to October are considered the best time to visit Bali, due to lower rainfall and less humid conditions.

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  4. How do you get to Bali?

    Bali is reachable from all the leading cities across the globe by airways. You can easily take a flight from your home country and reach the Ngurah Rai International Airport in Bali.

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  5. Is Bali expensive?

    No, Bali is not a very expensive place for a vacation. The travel and hotel costs are low on this Indonesian island. You can also get food at low costs from the street food stalls and enjoy cheap shopping at the local markets.

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  6. What is Bali famous for?

    Bali has gained a lot of popularity for its breathtaking hot springs, picturesque beaches, lively markets, and flamboyant nightlife culture. This place is also known famously for its ancient temples, serene countryside, and thrilling water activities.

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  7. Is Bali worth visiting?

    Yes, Bali is absolutely worth visiting, thanks to its perfect blend of a country environment and party scenes. The ancient temples and charming villages on one hand and the boisterous nightlife culture and bustling markets on the other, totally make Bali a must-visit destination.

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