Easily accessible from the most corner of the island, Jimbaran stands out for its popular destinations, from an array of white sand beaches such as Padang Padang Beach, the famous Uluwatu temple, Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park, to cliff side beaches that offers beautiful sunset view.
Located in Kutuh Village, Pandawa Beach is one of a great collections of Bali’s gorgeous beaches. Offering beautiful scenery with serene and quiet atmosphere, Pandawa Beach is known for its impressive yet long manmade limestone. The guests can spend a day off for sunbathing and have great photo opportunities with six white stone statues afterward.
Padang Padang Beach
Usually called as Labuan Bait Beach, Padang Padang Beach is nestled on the north-western coast of Bali’s Bukit Peninsula. The beach offers relax ambience accompanied with exotic view of sand white color contrast with the crystal clear waters and the black rocks. Aside from sunbathing, guests can also rent the surfboard or enjoy food and drinks around the stretch of sand beach.
Located on Bali’s southwestern coast, Jimbaran offers small secluded area that connecting the Bali mainland and the Bukit Peninsula. Known as one of the best beaches in this paradise island, Jimbaran Beach features the bay that protected by an unbroken coral reef. The beach is an answer for those who want to pamper theirselve with an ambience of peace and tranquility.
Garuda Wisnu Kencana
Set in 250 hectares of land in Ungasan, Garuda Wisnu Kencana or usually called as GWK is a famous cultural park that features an unfinished gigantic statue. The statue is located on the top of the hill, completed with a magnificent scenery of Bali. The park is also used for cultural performances, exhibitions, and conferences.