Nusa Lembongan is an island located southeast of Bali and part of a group of three islands that make up the Nusa Penida district, of which it is the most famous. Nusa Lembongan has the vast majority of the tourist infrastructure within the islands and is a popular side destination for visitors to mainland Bali. A drive with a speed boat to the island or back to Bali takes about 30 minutes from Sanur.
Host of some of Bali’s best restaurant, boutiques and Nightclubs is Kerobokan – Petitenget with its Batu Belig Beach a seamlessly transition from Seminyak. Small cafes and warungs placed between private villas and rice fields offer a beautiful alternative to more touristic area of Seminyak and Legian.
Further west of Canggu is the black sand coastline of Tanah Lot and Balian beach. A popular destination for surfers and all Bali visitors looking for a more quiet and relaxing holiday experience. Yet it is also hosts the famous Tanah Lot water temple and one of the world’s most beautifully located golf courses overlooking the pacific ocean.
The large east Bali region, including the seaside resort Candidasa and the well known dive area of Amed in the far east, is increasingly popular. The charming coastline with its lush forests and small fishing villages is the perfect location for a more relaxing holidays.