Places Must Visit In Nusa Lembongan

Mangrove Forest Nusa Lembongan 

Mangrove Forest

30 minutes exploring beach river in Mangrove Forest Nusa Lembongan by traditional boat. Glide quietly over the still waters between mangrove trees. A local guide will “pole” you along in your wooden boat. The atmosphere is quiet and leaves you time to appreciate where the fish spawn and the little ones prepare for their life in the big ocean. Many fish and crustacean species are dependent of Mangroves as important nursery areas for their juveniles. Mangroves and coral reefs have a symbiotic relationship – the reef protects the coast where the mangroves grow from being eroded by the sea, and the forest traps sediment washed from the land that would otherwise smother the reef.

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Yellow Bridge

Yellow Bridge

The rebuilt 'Yellow Bridge' (Jembatan Kuning) now connecting Nusa Ceningan and Nusa Lembongan in the Klungkung Regency off the east coast of Bali has already become something of a tourism icon by virtue of the addition of colorful night lighting that adorns the bridge. Also known as the 'Bridge of Love' (Jembatan Cinta), the bridge is attracting many foreign visitors who are flocking to the beach for photographic mementos.

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Mushroom Bay

Mashroom Bay

Mushroom Bay becomes a perfect location to enjoy a coastal nuance, especially for those who look for a peaceful atmosphere. The locals even choose it as the best site to enjoy evening entertainment! It is because the beach features several cafes and hotels at cheap prices! This explains why most visitors are likely to spend much time there. After spending a comfy night, they can enjoy a refreshing ambiance in the morning with stunning sea scenery ahead. The breezy wind and beautiful white sandy shoreline welcome them.

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Jungutbatu Beach

Jungutbatu Beach

As for the reference, tourists must visit Jungut Batu Beach! The location is indeed near to the famous Jungut Batu Port. To be exact, the beach resides in Nusa Penida Alley in Jungutbatu Village. Due to the easy accessibility and attractive beauty, the beach suits those who love photography and sightseeing in Indonesia. Not to mention many people visit it for water sports especially diving and snorkeling! No wonder, the beach is known among both local and foreigner tourists. This also explains why the nuance is merrier than other beaches.

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Mahagiri Beach

Mahagiri Beach

Mahagiri Beach. Called Pantai Mahagiri, the beach is equally as famous for its sunrises and sunsets with views going back to mainland Bali and majestic Mount Agung.

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Dream Beach

Dream Beach

Dream Beach is the most popular stretch of sand on the island of Nusa Lembongan. The small bay is enclosed by cliffs on either side and the crystal clear water exposes a nice reef below the surface. Bars and hotels line the beach in what has become a very touristy location

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Devil's Tear

Devil's Tear

Devils Tear Nusa Lembongan is a unique cave pool on the edge of rocky cliffs that can be found on the southwest coast of Nusa Lembongan Island.

This is tourist's favorite location on the island with plenty of exploring to be had along this awesome coastline.Devil’s Tear Nusa Lembongan is located around the corner from Dream Beach, which is another one of my favorite beach locations on Nusa Lembongan Island.

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Mangrove Beach

Mangrove Beach

Mangrove Beach is Located at the end of the Mangroves to the north of Jungut Batu Village, it is an ideal beach for stand-up paddleboarding and other water activities.
This beautiful beach showcases an incredible view of Mount Agung on Bali and features soft sand surrounded by mangrove trees.

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Sandy Bay Beach

Sandy Bay Beach

Sandy Bay is located on the west coast of Nusa Lembongan – next to Devil’s Tear. It is here that you will find Sandy Bay Beach Club – a restaurant designed with a rustic beach-chic elegance, set against the backdrop of nature’s raw beauty.

As the turquoise water kisses the shore and laps the limestone cliffs, the sky flirts in a magnificent array of deep oranges, pinks, yellows and lilacs. With a frozen coconut daiquiri in hand, a fork stuck into mouth-watering prawns, and chilled-out coastal tunes oozing from the speakers, guests at Sandy Bay Beach Club are encouraged to unwind, dig their toes into the sand, and witness the sun melt into the ocean in a spectacular explosion of colour.

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