Possibly the cleanest of the Uluwatu beaches in the Bukit Peninsula, and home to the insta-famous Bali shipwreck vessels. We break down everything you need to know about Nyang Nyang Beach Bali and why it’s one of the best beaches in Bali.
How To Get To Nyang Nyang Beach Bali
Nyang Nyang Beach is located on the very south coast of the Bukit Peninsula in Bali.
Home to the insta-famous shipwrecks Nyang Nyang Beach is one of the most popular Uluwatu beaches.
Parking is available at the entrance for just 2,000 Rupiah per scooter.
The Walk Down to Nyang Nyang Beach
Once you’ve parked up, head towards the pop up stalls that will no doubt offer you a Bintang for the journey down.
Once you reach the beginning of the trails it’s pretty straight forward from there. Follow the signs and head to the sound of the ocean and you can’t miss the beautiful Nyang Nyang Beach.
It takes around twenty minutes to ‘trek’ down to the beach and you should probably wear more than just flip flops. The trail can be rocky or slippery depending on recent weather, but the reward at the end is definitely worth the wait!
Nyang Nyang Beach – The Best Of The Uluwatu Beaches In Bali
If you’re looking for the best Uluwatu beach look no further! Nyang Nyang Beach is a long stretch of crystal white sand and possibly the best beach in the Bukit Peninsula.
The beach seems to go on forever. So whether you’re out for a day with friends or fancy taking the dog for a walk Nyang Nyang is perfect!
The waves aren’t super choppy so you can swim with comfort and there’s plenty of room for sunbathing or taking in the Bali sun.
There’s even a local pop up stall at the entrance to the beach selling refreshments.
The Bali Shipwreck Vessels
A huge tourist attraction at Nyang Nyang Beach are the abandoned graffiti boat vessels.
The artwork on the sides is constantly changing thanks to the local artists that visit regularly, and the Bali vessels make for an awesome Instagram photo.
So explore Nyang Nyang Beach Bali and make sure to save some energy for the walk back up. It’s a bit tougher than the way down, especially in the Bali heat.
Luxury – Anantara Uluwatu Bali Resort – Anantara is one of the best places to stay in Bali let alone Uluwatu. If you’re heading down south to the Bukit Peninsula this is your place of luxury!
Mid-Budget – Le Grande Bali – A highly rated Uluwatu accommodation that comes without the high price! If you’re looking for great service with an awesome pool Le Grande has got you covered.
Backpacker – Made Roejas Homestay – The cheapest Uluwatu accommodation and bang for your buck you’ll find in the south!
For other places to stay in Uluwatu you can check the latest prices here.
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