West Beaches – Nusa Penida, The Untold Paradise 1

As a part of the famous Bali, this tiny island is accessible by boat while you are visiting Bali. Tiny, yet surrounded by plenty of beautiful beaches you can enjoy. Let’s start with the west part of Nusa Penida.

Kelingking Beach

Kelingking means pinky, the finger. Apparently people call it Kelingking Beach because they think the rock looks like a pinky. I think it looks more like a T-Rex. What do you think?

Angel’s Billabong

What in the world is billabong? There are so many Australian tourists visiting Bali, so the term came from an Australian word to describe an oxbow lake, an isolated pond left behind after a river changes course.

Broken Beach

Well, the rock is “broken”, forming the bridge-like structure. If you’re lucky, you can also see manta rays around here!

Crystal Bay and Pandan Beach

Crystal Bay is a place where people sunbathe, so you can just join the crowd. BUT, if you don’t like crowd, cross the stream and climb up the hill. On the other side of the hill, you’ll find the tranquil Pandan Beach to relax.

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