Bali’s Nusa Dua is one of the island’s most luxurious and exclusive resort areas.
Nestled away on the Bukit Peninsula, on the southern coast of Bali, Nusa Dua is the favorite destination of some of the world’s most influential people.
Nusa Dua has been a popular tourist resort for well over a decade. However, the area shot to international acclaim in November 2022 when the resort hosted the G20 Summit. Presidents and Prime Ministers from the world’s twenty biggest economies arrived in Bali and were overwhelmed by the energy of the island.
Nusa Dua is, first and foremost, a luxury resort destination home to big international hotel brands. Yet, the hotel complexes are really just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to all that Nusa Dua has to offer.
In addition to being a stunning beachfront retreat, Nusa Dua is home to a world-class convention center, golf course, exclusive spas, and wellness facilities too.
In terms of location, Nusa Dua could not be better situated if it tried. An easy 16km, 20-minute drive from I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport, it’s entirely possible to be on the beach, cocktail in hand, a little over an hour from touching down on the Island of the Gods if you book a stay in Nusa Dua. Ideal!
It’s clear that if you’re looking for a high-end beachside getaway, then Nusa Dua is THE destination for you. But what if you’re feeling a little more adventurous? Nusa Dua still ticks all the right boxes!
Nusa Dua is a convenient place to use as a base for day trips all around Bali. The cliff-top beach clubs of Uluwatu, like Savaya, are a quick 30-minute drive from the heart of Nusa Dua. Bali’s cultural capital, Ubud, can be reached in just over an hour.
As for day trips to iconic landmarks and heritage sites like Mount Batur, Penglipuran Village, and the Tegallalang Rice Fields, Nusa Dua is a great starting point for your dream day trips in Bali.
So, Nusa Dua may be synonymous with luxury and exclusivity, but it is far from inaccessible. True to Balinese hospitality, Nusa Dua has broad appeal and is home to family-friendly resorts, adult-only retreats, and hotels to suit more modest budgets. If it’s good enough for world leaders, it’s good enough for us, right?!
Nusa Dua is simply charming. The vast expanse of sandy shoreline is calm and pristine. Nusa Dua is one of the most immaculately kept resort areas in Bali.
Naturally, Nusa Dua is a key location for international hotel brands. The Grand Hyatt Bali, Hilton Bali, and Sofitel Bali Nusa Dua, have all secured their own private stretch of Nusa Dua Beach.
We have to admit, although it is tempting to indulge in all that your chosen resort has to offer, during your stay in Nusa Dua, do try to venture a little further than your private beach.
Nusa Dua has so much to offer. Bali is a safe and welcoming destination. Stepping out of the confines and comforts of your hotel is not only safe but sensible…you don’t want to miss out!
Yes, Nusa Dua is evidently a destination for beach lovers and retreat seekers, but before we finish, let’s highlight how the coastal hideaway has something for the foodies and the adrenaline junkies too.
Foodies, don’t miss the chance to dine at Cliff at Canna. The fine dining menu is a real treat, coupled with a clear view of the ocean from the floor-to-ceiling windows and a mellow ambiance; Cliff at Canna is an ideal romantic date night destination.
If all that relaxing and indulging needed a little balancing out, of course, Nusa Dua has the answer too. Nusa Dua is situated next to Tanjung Benoa Beach; Bali’s most popular water sports hub. You can try everything here, from jet skis to parasailing and so much more.
Nusa Dua really does have it all. If you’re planning your next trip to Bali, know that it’s (nearly) impossible to be disappointed by Nusa Dua.
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