Blue Point Beach
Bali not stop offers the interesting places to visit. One of the best beaches attraction worth to explore is Blue Point Beach. The beach is full of foreign tourist from the worldwide, such as Australia, Italy, Canada, and much more. Blue Point Beach is the paradise surfing spot for the surfers. With the big waves are large, breaking the silence around the beach. Because the sea waves on the shore is quite challenging. If the weather in sunny, almost every day there are surfers who try the waves at this beach, both who are professionals or beginners.
Not only offers a very challenging ocean waves, Suluban also offering the beauty of beach with white sand that truly captivating surrounded by towering rock. Because of surrounded by cliffs, visitors who want to enjoy the beauty beaches should enter the gaps are narrow cliff which in bali interpreted as "mesulub". Because visitors to reach the beach should be "mesulub" so this beach called Suluban Beach. The locals also called Suluban Uluwatu by this name because is not far from Uluwatu attraction site which has been known for the attractiveness. Foreign tourists are more familiar by the name of Blue Point Beach because it is not far from the beach there is a hotel named Blue Point.
Before entering a narrow gully, we got down the stairs quite a lot. Once the tip of the bottom step we will be presented with a view in a rock cave. If the sea water was high or very high sea waves, sea water will enter the cave.
As soon as you come out the way "mesulub" crevices of cliffs, beautiful scenery with the pounding of the waves will welcome you on this beach. During the day the beach was invaded by foreign tourists who want to feel the sun bath of Suluban by way lay on the clean white sand. These moments were used by people around to offer massage services to foreign tourists. While for foreign tourist that not to want sunbathing, even take shelter on the cave at the shoreline while enjoying Indian Ocean. At the late afternoon into the spot to witness the phenomenon of sunset moment. These moments were used by the photographer to hunting photos fitting the sun sink behind the horizon.
Because of these famous beaches, so many people take advantage of it by creating a restaurant or café around the beach. Do not be surprised if you visit Suluban Beach will see a lots of hotels and restaurants built right on top of cliffs around this beach. While enjoying the culinary, we can see the beauty of sea while waiting for sunset phenomenon with people you care about.
How to Get There
Suluban Beach or Blue Point Beach is located in Suluban Street, Pecatu Village, South Kuta of Badung. From Denpasar takes about 31 km or approximately 67 minutes by car. From Pura Luhur Uluwatu is only 3 km away, while Labuan Sait Beach (Padang Padang Beach) is only 2.2 km. If you come from Ngurah Rai only requires a travel time of approximately 49 minutes, or a distance of 22.7 km.
The route to Blue Point Beach from Ngurah Rai Airport as follows. From Ngurah Rai Airport to navigate to Jimbaran through By Pass I Gusti Ngurah Rai, having reached the intersection Jimbaran (Jimbaran KFC) turn right into Jalan Uluwatu. Follow the road until past the Udayana University campus and Cultur Park (GWK). Right-junction in front of the head office of Pecatu village turn right onto the ramp Labuan Sait. Labuan Sait still on the road you will find the area attractions Padang-Padang beach (Labuan Sait), from here straight again until the end of the road will meet a T-junction. At the end of road Padang-padang turn right onto the ramp Suluban up to the parking area.
For another alternative way to Suluban we can go along Jalan Uluwatu. Just before entering the gate area of Uluwatu, there are three-junction then turn right onto Suluban up to the parking area. The alternative path is easier to access Suluban but require a fairly long time.
- Padang Padang (Labuan Sait Beach)
- Melasti Beach
- Bingin Beach
- Balangan Beach
- Blue Point Bay Villas & Spa
- The Sintesa Jimbaran
- Suarga Padang Padang.
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