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To reach Nusa Dua from Jakarta, the nation's capital, you'd need to travel 970 kilometres to the east. Another good point of reference is Jimbaran, which lies 6 kilometres to the northwest.
Create some long-lasting memories that the entire family will remember fondly at New Kuta Green Park.
If you like collecting the odd seashell and the feel of salt air on your skin, organise a day out at Nusa Dua Beach and Geger Beach. Later, take off to Mengiat Beach and experience a different view of the local coastline.
Feel like heading out into nature to find a bit of clean air? Recharge your batteries in the pleasant surrounds of Turtle Island and Uluwatu Cliffs.
Grab a strong cup of coffee and enjoy a few hours gallery hopping between the Pasifika Museum and the Ganeesha Gallery. Home to intriguing works, these fantastic spaces offer something for all tastes.
Itching to improve your knowledge about Nusa Dua's history? The Waterblow is where you should head.
Whatever you believe in, you're sure to enjoy the tranquil atmosphere at the Uluwatu Temple and Puja Mandala. Many spiritually curious travellers also flock to the Pura Balangan and the Pura Masaka Temple.
Feel the connection to Nusa Dua's past people and events as you sit alongside the symbolic structure of the Veteran's Monument.
The Udayana University is one of the area's key learning institutions. Enquire about tours, admire the modern architecture and embrace the campus lifestyle.
We hope you factored in Nusa Dua's many shopping centres when you figured out your budget! An afternoon at Bali Collection Shopping Centre and Jenggala Factory is sure to make a dent. Produce Market and Samasta Lifestyle Village also offer a range of opportunities for impulse buying.
Get dressed up for a night of excitement at Nusa Dua's the Bali Nusa Dua Theater, a popular local venue.
It doesn't matter if you can't tell the difference between a putter and a driver. Golf is a sport for everybody, so why not give it a shot at the New Kuta Golf or the Bali National Golf Club?
While it's easy to focus on seeing the headline attractions here, there are also some excellent lesser-known tourist sights. Zooka Dive and Watersport is one notable example. Wibisana Marine Adventures is another terrific sight to look into.
Getting your hands on that ideal Nusa Dua hotel will be a cinch. There are 543 accommodations listed on lastminute.com.au, so you're certainly not short of choices.
Whether you're splashing cash on your honeymoon or looking for budget digs, Nusa Dua has you covered! For a cosy room at an inexpensive rate, check out the Green Garden Hotel or the Bali Breezz Hotel. Or maybe you'd rather live it up like royalty at the Semara Luxury Villa Resort Uluwatu? The Banyan Tree Ungasan is one more popular option for those who relish life's finer things.
30 Nov. - 1 Dec.
Amazing - everything has been thought of - from the service to the gardens, to the type of sitting areas. Could do with some changes their beachfront cafe and type of music - could be much nicer.
15 Nov. - 16 Nov.
Cave pool and wood fire pizza, buffet breakfast & variety of activities
6 Dec. - 7 Dec.
We particularly liked the central beachfront location, and our comfortable, quiet room overlooked attractive, expansive gardens. The staff were all very friendly and welcoming, Breakfast was very good, but the other restaurants were unfortunately either way too expensive or only served non-Indonesian ...
3 Dec. - 4 Dec.
Sometimes limited English with staff But they all tried so hard to be helpful .
15 Nov. - 16 Nov.
beach access not good and not maintained. Lot of rubbish and poor maintenance at back of property.
15 Nov. - 16 Nov.
Hilton is a great place in Nusa Dua for both families and couples. You will see several monkeys around the corridors at times (which was hilarious). Staff does make sure it is safe for the guests, though. The monkeys are cute but wild, do not forget it. The place is renovated, overly clean and spacious, ...