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So Sweet. 9 Pantai Tersembunyi di Bali yang Masih Jarang Dikunjungi. Romantis Abis











Pantai adalah destinasi wisata yang selalu menarik untuk dikunjungi wisatawan asing. Karena turis asing akan menyukai cuaca yang panas yang berbeda dengan iklim di negaranya.     Dan Bali adalah destinasi yang sangat cocok bagi para turis mancanegara ini. Karena di Bali sebagian besar tempat wisatanya berupa pantai yang indah. Tak heran bila Bali menjadi terkenal di luar negeri dan menjadi tujuan wisata.     Selain pantai pantai yang sudah terkenal di Bali ternyata masih ada pantai yang tersembunyi yang pemandangannya nggak kalah indah dari pantai yang lain. Ini dia 9 pantai yang bisa jadi destinasi wisatamu kalau kamu datang ke Bali, dari pulsk.com yang dilansir dari tentik.com.        1Pantai Amed  Nama pantai ini berasal dari swbuah desa yang bernama desa Amed. Yang merupakan desa nelayan di pesisir pantai. Pantai Amed mempunyai pemandangan matahari terbit yang sangat indah dan mempesona. Berjalan di tepi pantai menjadi wisata yang menyenangkan. Bagi kamu yang suka suasana yang tidak terlalu ramai tempat ini bisa jadi alternatif wisata kamu Pantai Amed Nama pantai ini berasal dari swbuah desa yang bernama desa Amed. Yang merupakan desa nelayan di pesisir pantai. Pantai Amed mempunyai pemandangan matahari terbit yang sangat indah dan mempesona. Berjalan di tepi pantai menjadi wisata yang menyenangkan. Bagi kamu yang suka suasana yang tidak terlalu ramai tempat ini bisa jadi alternatif wisata kamu Advertisements    2Pantai Balina  Pantai Balina tidak jauh dari pelabuhan Padang Bai tepatnya desa Buitan Manggis, akabupaten Karang asem. Pantai ini masih terlihat sangat alami dan bersih dengan air laut yang segar. Anda bisa menikmati waktu bersantai bersama pasangan atau keluarga, karena pantai ini menawarkan suasana sepi yang akan memberikan ketenangan dan kenyamanan. Pantai Balina memang masih jarang dikunjungi wisatawan hingga kini. Pantai Balina Pantai Balina tidak jauh dari pelabuhan Padang Bai tepatnya desa Buitan Manggis, akabupaten Karang asem. Pantai ini masih terlihat sangat alami dan bersih dengan air laut yang segar. Anda bisa menikmati waktu bersantai bersama pasangan atau keluarga, karena pantai ini menawarkan suasana sepi yang akan memberikan ketenangan dan kenyamanan. Pantai Balina memang masih jarang dikunjungi wisatawan hingga kini. 3Pantai Dream  Lokasinya berada 30 menit dari pantai Benoa. Tepatnya berada di Nusa Lembongan. Sebuah pulau kecil di timur pulau Bali. Pesona pemandangan pantai kelas dunia akan anda saksikan saat sampai di pantai Dream ini. Pesona pantai yang berpasir putih dan lautnya yang berwarna biru sungguhbsangat mempesona. Pantai Dream Lokasinya berada 30 menit dari pantai Benoa. Tepatnya berada di Nusa Lembongan. Sebuah pulau kecil di timur pulau Bali. Pesona pemandangan pantai kelas dunia akan anda saksikan saat sampai di pantai Dream ini. Pesona pantai yang berpasir putih dan lautnya yang berwarna biru sungguhbsangat mempesona. 4Pantai Perasi  Pasir putih yang agak kehitaman menjadi daya tarik utama di pantai ini. Makanya banyak orang yang menyebutnya pantai bias putih. Ada pula yang menamai Virgin Beach karena suasana pantai yang masih alami dan sepi. Dua biah tebing di pinggir pantai menambah pesona di pantai Perasi ini. Di sini juga bisa menikmati snorkling. Lokasi pantai ini berada di Karangasem sekitar 7 km dari Amlapura. Pantai Perasi Pasir putih yang agak kehitaman menjadi daya tarik utama di pantai ini. Makanya banyak orang yang menyebutnya pantai bias putih. Ada pula yang menamai Virgin Beach karena suasana pantai yang masih alami dan sepi. Dua biah tebing di pinggir pantai menambah pesona di pantai Perasi ini. Di sini juga bisa menikmati snorkling. Lokasi pantai ini berada di Karangasem sekitar 7 km dari Amlapura. 5Pantai Balangan  Tak jauh dari tempat wisata Uluwatu terdapat tempat wisata Balangan yang menjadi salah satu tempat favorit di Bali bagi peselancar sehingga banyak didatangi wisatawan asing. Menariknya di tepi pantai kita akan menemukan kursi dilengkapi payung payung putih di sepanjang pesisir pantai. Pantai Balangan Tak jauh dari tempat wisata Uluwatu terdapat tempat wisata Balangan yang menjadi salah satu tempat favorit di Bali bagi peselancar sehingga banyak didatangi wisatawan asing. Menariknya di tepi pantai kita akan menemukan kursi dilengkapi payung payung putih di sepanjang pesisir pantai. 6Pantai Lipah  Lokasinya berdekatan dengan objek wisata Tilamben dan pantai Amed di Kabipaten Karangasem. Sekitar dua jam dari bandara Ngurah Rai. Suasananya masih sepi, namun pemandangan bawah lautnya sangat menawan. Batu batu koral yang menghiasi bibir pantai juga menambah keindahan pantai ini. Pantai Lipah Lokasinya berdekatan dengan objek wisata Tilamben dan pantai Amed di Kabipaten Karangasem. Sekitar dua jam dari bandara Ngurah Rai. Suasananya masih sepi, namun pemandangan bawah lautnya sangat menawan. Batu batu koral yang menghiasi bibir pantai juga menambah keindahan pantai ini. 7Pantai Green Bowl  Lokasinya cukup sulit dijangkau. Terletak di selatan pulau Bali. Pantai ini terletak diantara tebing tinggi dan batu karang yang besar. Cocok untuk bersantai dan bersepancar bagi para turis asing dan di sekitar pantai ada goa yang dihuni oleh ratusan kelelawar. Di saat air laut surut, jangan lupa naiknke atas bukit dengan melihat pantai dengan susunan karang seperti mangkuk berwarna hijau. Pantai Green Bowl Lokasinya cukup sulit dijangkau. Terletak di selatan pulau Bali. Pantai ini terletak diantara tebing tinggi dan batu karang yang besar. Cocok untuk bersantai dan bersepancar bagi para turis asing dan di sekitar pantai ada goa yang dihuni oleh ratusan kelelawar. Di saat air laut surut, jangan lupa naiknke atas bukit dengan melihat pantai dengan susunan karang seperti mangkuk berwarna hijau. 8Pantai Finn's  Kawasan pantai ini menjadi bagian dari Semara Luxury Vila Resort. Pantai Finn's mempunyai pemandangan yang sangat menawan, dengan suasana keindahan yanh sempurna. Anda juga akan bisa melintasi pantai dari ketinggian dengan lift kabel yang melewati tebing curam untuk menuju lokasi tersebut. Namun biayanya cukup mahal. Pantai Finns Kawasan pantai ini menjadi bagian dari Semara Luxury Vila Resort. Pantai Finns mempunyai pemandangan yang sangat menawan, dengan suasana keindahan yanh sempurna. Anda juga akan bisa melintasi pantai dari ketinggian dengan lift kabel yang melewati tebing curam untuk menuju lokasi tersebut. Namun biayanya cukup mahal. 9Pantai Karma  Sama seperti pantai Finn's. Pantai karma juga merupakan bagian dari sebuah resort. Yakni Karma Kandar Resort, yang terdapat di Kawasan Ungasan di Kabupaten Badung. Untuk sampai di pantai yang juga dikenal dengan nama Nammos Beach ini, anda juga diantar dengan lift kabel. Jika anda tidak menginap di resort tetap bisa menikmati pantai Karma dengan memesan tempat di restoran tepi pantai dengan biaya Rp. 250 000 per orang

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We already know about the things that shouldn't happen in Bali: excessive drinking, tourists exposing way too much flesh on the beach and blatant ignorance of the island's culture. But that's not the real Bali. Beyond Kuta there is plenty that will surprise, and delight, the first-time visitor to the Island of the Gods. 1. They know it's your first time The first time I visited Bali my then-boyfriend was chased down the street by around 30 vendors after we went for our first walk outside our hotel. One brazen Javanese woman tied a leather bracelet around his wrist and demanded payment. You're pale, you stop to look at what they're selling and you mistakenly ask how much. They know. SEE ALSO It's time to reboot the concept of luxury Holiday Inn Resort Bali Benoa review Bali travel guide 2. You'll sweat like there's no tomorrow Forget your jeans, or that heavy jacket; Bali is hot year-round with an average temperature of 32 degrees. Pack cotton fabrics, kaftans and open-toe shoes. You will live in your swimmers. May to July is considered the best time to visit Bali. You may even be able to walk down the street without leaving a puddle of sweat – but then again, don't count on it. Pause Unmute Current Time 0:15 / Duration 2:19 Fullscreen The must-do highlights of Bali From the famous rice terraces to the incredible coastal temples, these are the highlights no visitor to Bali should miss. 3. Bali's beaches are nothing on Australia's It shouldn't really come as a surprise given Australia has some of the best beaches on the planet, but the first time you take a dip in Bali it can be disappointing. The water at many popular beaches is generally not clear, and you mightn't see anything of note while snorkelling. There are exceptions. The beaches of Ungasun, where many hip beach clubs are located, look like the Amalfi Coast, but beware of strong currents and dumping waves. What the beaches lack in aesthetics they more than make up for with happening beachfront clubs and incredible sunsets. Traveller Newsletter Get the latest news and updates emailed straight to your inbox. Enter your email address By submitting your email you are agreeing to Fairfax Media's terms and conditions and privacy policy. 4. Culture is everywhere you look The true Bali, with its rituals, festivals and ancient culture, is everywhere you look from small offerings sitting outside shops to thousands of temples that reside everywhere from hotels and resorts to by the roadside. Everywhere you look, you will see ceremony, ritual and sacred offerings. The Balinese carry out their religious obligations with pride and everyone takes part from the youngest child, through to grandparents, all dressed immaculately for the temple. 5. You'll need to pack a sarong Speaking of temples, if you plan to visit one you are required to wear a sarong and a sash. You can hire them if you forgot to pack one, or buy them relatively cheaply. Both men and women need to cover their legs below the knee with a sarong, while the sash should be worn around the waist. 6. The drinks are incredible, and cheap Bali sure knows how to make a fab cocktail. Some of the best can be found in bars, beach clubs and restaurants in Seminyak and Legian but I've had delicious lychee martinis in the middle of nowhere. Beer is also cheap. Be wary of inexpensive and nasty bootlegged alcohol and avoid drinks that appear too cheap even by Bali standards. Avoid drinks labelled as arak. Wine, compared to spirits, is extremely expensive. 7. The shopping's amazing, but not the bargain it once was The markets are fun for first timers, and haggling is expected. However shopping in Bali is now incredibly sophisticated, particularly in Seminyak, Legian, Canggu and Ubud. Amazing boutiques, high-end home ware stores, silver jewellery and antiques can al be found. Many of the items cost what they do back home, so hunt around for sales. 8. Kuta is really that bad, but it's not the real Bali Kuta is seedy, tasteless and full of tourists who find that sort of thing appealing, but don't judge the whole of Bali on it. It'd be like visiting Surfers Paradise during schoolies and writing off the whole of Australia. Some Balinese who've had the dubious pleasure of mixing it with Australians on holiday in Kuta think we're all like that. Show them it's not true. 9. You can get a decent coffee Once upon a time Bali was a desert for caffeine lovers. Not so anymore. Try the two outposts of Revolver in Seminyak, Butter Cake and Coffee Shop in Canggu and Seminen and Anomali in Ubud. With free Wi-Fi at most cafes, you may consider becoming a digital nomad. 10. You don't need to wear a helmet, but you'd be mad not to Lots of tourists hire motorbikes and drive around without helmets, in shorts and thongs – throwing caution to the wind. Don't do it. Falling off hurts even more when you don't wear protective gear. There's no public transport to speak of but Bluebird taxis are metered, super cheap and clean. 11. You no longer need to have cash ready when you land in Bali Australians are no longer required to pay $US35 for a visa on arrival in Bali. Under a visa waiver program Australians are granted free entry into Indonesia for up to 30 days. 12. There are a lot of Ketuts All Balinese share the same four names - Wayan, Made, Nyoman or Ketut – whether they're male or female, and are named by order of birth. If a family has a fifth child, they will start again and call him or her Wayan. 13. A lot of people smoke, and cigarettes are cheap Both the locals (mostly men) and every second tourist smokes, so it'll be a shock for those who love our tobacco-free public spaces. It's not surprising to see young boys smoking and small children selling cigarettes either. 14. You will get sick of nasi goreng but you should try it Balinese cuisine is not world-renowned, but it's tasty and inexpensive. You should at least try the babi guling (suckling pig), nasi goreng (Indonesian fried rice) and sate lembat. Double-Six Seminyak room service delivers a knockout nasi goreng. Bali's restaurant scene is world class, with some of the most incredible food you'll find anywhere in the world. 15. You'll be there before you know it There's a reason Bali is so popular with Australians; it only takes five-to-six hours to get there and fares are cheap, except in peak season (July-August and Australian school holidays) when airfare and accommodation prices soar. Before you know it you'll be kicking back with a Mojito watching a Balinese sunset. Unfortunately nearly all flights home are at night, so you won't get much sleep. 16. You can't drink the water Drink bottled water only, and brush your teeth in it too. Bottled water is cheap and many hotels and resorts provide complimentary water. It's advisable not to have ice in your drinks either, unless it's a reputable hotel, restaurant or bar. Better be safe than suffer Bali belly, which unfortunately does happen – particularly to first timers. 17. There's truly gob-smacking scenery Get out of the main tourist areas, and see Bali's World Heritage-listed rice terraces, watch a farmer herding his flock of ducks, see a woman perched sidesaddle on a motorbike on her way to the temple. Take a walk and meet the locals. 18. You will feel like a millionaire The exchange rate means $AU100 is equivalent to about 1 million Rupiah, so your wallet will be as fat as the local bookmakers. There are money changes everywhere (ask your hotel for a reputable one) and you can get money out at ATMs on your credit card, but be careful. Mine was swallowed up in a local convenience store and when I got home multiple things had been charged to my card. 19. Tips are not expected, but you still should The Balinese people are lowly paid, and yet extremely generous and hospitable. If you receive good service, a small tip goes a long way. If you're with a group throw in a couple of bucks each, and learn to say thank you: "terima kasih". The locals appreciate you learning a few Indonesian words. 20. You will be back Once Bali gets under your skin, don't be surprised to find yourself returning again and again. Some Australians holiday there annually: others never come back home (Bali is full of Australian ex pats). There's something magical, ethereal and beautiful about Bali. Be sure to get out beyond your hotel and find it. Read more: http://www.traveller.com.au/bali-travel-guide-and-tips-20-things-that-will-surprise-firsttime-visitors-gjm3kh#ixzz5VlCptxPf Follow us: @TravellerAU on Twitter | TravellerAU on Facebook