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Nusa Dua Introduction

On a peaceful peninsula on the southern tip of Bali, Nusa Dua is set along a long golden stretch of sandy beach. The site of many luxury resorts, you can stay just steps from the clear turquoise ocean, a popular spot to see turtles and colourful exotic fish. A peaceful part of Bali where most of the action revolves around the large hotels, the area has a small shopping centre and a number of upmarket restaurants if you feel like leaving your resort.

Hotels in Nusa Dua

Many luxury hotels in Nusa Dua are set along the unspoiled beach, offering a 5-star experience. It's a popular spot for couples, with resorts featuring large outdoor pools. Just steps from the sand, where cabanas and loungers are set out ready for you, these Nusa Dua hotels are focused on pampering and relaxation. Accommodation is in suites and villas, with balconies or terraces to help you enjoy the view. With premium bedding, minibars, air conditioning and bathrobes, these rooms are a great luxury escape. Many Nusa Dua hotel rates also include free WiFi and a free breakfast to get your day started properly.

Where to stay

A short walk inland from the large hotels in Nusa Dua, the town is set along a few major roads, often full of mopeds and taxis. Lined with colourful open-front shops selling souvenirs and cold drinks, it's a lively place to take a walk. Head towards the beach and there's a long promenade between the big hotels, through the popular tourist beaches and into quieter spots. There are open-air restaurants serving Indonesian favourites such as satay and rendang, and at night there's a small selection of bars lit by lanterns, with a party atmosphere.

Things to see

Museum Pasifika is a modern building that blends in with the surrounding hotels; it has large white galleries with polished marble floors. From Indonesian folk art to contemporary styles, there's art from around the world, with a maze of rooms in different styles. The Water Blow occurs off a cliff in Nusa Dua, where huge waves crash against jagged limestone rocks to create a giant sea spray. Irregularly timed, you can walk along the cliff and get a face full of fresh sea spray, which is a refreshing experience on hot days. Set around a square with fountains and palm trees, Bali Collection, an outdoor shopping centre, is a relaxing place for retail therapy. With a small selection of international shops, there are some cosy bistros and cafes, as well as restaurants serving steaming bowls of noodles that you can enjoy while people-watching.

How to get to Nusa Dua

Ngurah Rai International Airport is the closest arrival point, around 20 minutes by taxi to most Nusa Dua hotels. With flights from across Asia and Australasia, it's the biggest airport in Bali, and some Nusa Dua hotel rates include a shuttle from the airport. Nusa Dua is about half an hour by car from the capital of Denpasar; there are occasional buses available if you change in Kuta, with the journey taking just under 2 hours in total.