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Luxury Nusa Dua Holidays

Bali's newest beach hotspot

Nusa Dua

Nusa Dua sits on a little peninsula in the far south of Bali. The resort was purpose-built, so it's got a modern, upmarket feel to it - you'll find plenty of luxury hotels here, plus a smart shopping centre and a museum that showcases Balinese and Asia-Pacific art.

The beaches are long and gorgeous, covered in butterscotch sands. The main beach, Pantai Menigat, has an offshore reef, which makes for calm waters close to shore (great for snorkelling and swimming) and surfer-friendly waves further out. At the end of Geger Beach (another sandy number) is Pura Geger, a lovely little temple that perches on top of a cliff. It's well worth a visit, not only to see the intricately carved statues, but also to enjoy the picture-perfect views up and down the coast. Another interesting temple is the beachfront one on Nusa Penida, one of the two islands that lie a little way off the coast (the name 'Nusa Dua' means two islands in Balinese).
Our pick of the top hotels in Nusa Dua
Every one of our hotels is handpicked and personally visited by our team

Samabe Bali Suites & Villas

Bali, Nusa Dua

The Laguna A Luxury Collection Resort and Spa

Bali, Nusa Dua

The St Regis Bali Resort

Bali, Nusa Dua
Flight Information

Flight time from the UK to Bali is around 16 hours.

Transfer Time

Transfer time from Bali airport to Nusa Dua is approximately 30 minutes.

When to go

Situated close to the equator, Bali has a tropical climate with two distinctive dry and rainy seasons. The rainy seasons last from around November to February. April to June is a lovely time to visit Bali; it’s dry, temperatures hover around 27°C and there’s less humidity than in July and August.

Visa Information

Currently visas are not required for UK citizens travelling to Indonesia for 30 days or less.

Tipping

Tipping isn’t required in Bali as a service charge will generally be added to your bill at restaurants and hotels, so there is no need to leave a tip as well. However, if you wanted to leave a tip for excellent service, aim for 10,000 to 20,000 rupiah for drivers, porters and wait staff (although try to hand it to them directly rather than leaving it on the table).

Introduction to languages

The official language of Bali is Indonesian. English is widely spoken too.

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