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Is Nusa Dua Worth Visiting in 2024?

Nusa Dua, Bali

Is Nusa Dua Worth Visiting? Well-known and well-loved for the vibrant experience in every corner of the island, Bali continues to be a top destination for travellers from all over the world. Among its many renowned areas is Nusa Dua, nestled in the southern part of Bali and designed for relaxation and enjoyment.

But is Nusa Dua still worth the hype in 2024? Check out this article to learn more about the stunning bay in south of Bali.

Where is Nusa Dua?

Nusa Dua is nestled in the southeastern coast of Bali. You can easily access Nusa Dua by driving down the main road (Jalan Bypass Ngurah) or take the Bali Mandara Toll Road, approximately 40km from Denpasar, the provincial capital of Bali. The popular water sports destination Tanjung Benoa is right nearby so you can definitely stop by for a quick fun in the sun.

What to do in Nusa Dua?

Nusa Dua is far from a sleepy town! It’s exclusive location makes Nusa Dua a top destination for those looking for luxury and relaxation, and in recent years, Nusa Dua has been the host for prestigious international events, like the G20 summit in 2022 and the World Water Forum just a few months ago.

While Nusa Dua is known for its luxurious stays, but there’s so much more experiences waiting to be explored!

Beach Day in Nusa Dua

Nusa Dua houses some of the best white sand beaches on the island. With calm waves and open waters, Nusa Dua is the perfect spot for a nice day out on the picturesque coastline with your family.

is nusa dua worth visiting? Geger Beach is a beautiful coastal stretch

Geger Beach is a beautiful coastal stretch that offers a relaxing atmosphere perfect for sunbathing, swimming, snorkeling, and even stand-up paddleboarding. Or if you’re looking for a more exciting beach activity, Tanjung Benoa offers great water sports and other outdoor activities like parasailing.

And  you can’t miss out on the iconic Water Blow, a series of rugged coral cliffs where waves strongly burst between them. 

Shopping in Nusa Dua

Bali Collection, a shopping district for a quick retail therapy or souvenir shopping

Tucked in the International Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC), you’ll find Bali Collection, a shopping district for a quick retail therapy or souvenir shopping while you’re on this side of the island. There are also an array of food and beverage experiences with live music sessions if you’re looking for a simple atmosphere to unwind.

Kecak dance in uluwatu & Devdan Show in Nusa Dua

Kecak show at sunset

From Nusa Dua, you can travel ahead to Uluwatu Temple just in time for a breathtaking Kecak show at sunset, where you get to be immersed in a mesmerizing fire dance overlooking the stunning Uluwatu cliffs.

Devdan is Bali’s longest running shows

Or, you can get tickets for one of Bali’s longest running shows, Devdan. A mini Cirque de Soleil-esque type of performance, Devdan combines acrobatics, incredible lights, and a gripping storyline.


Where to stay in Nusa Dua?

  • Westin Nusa Dua
Westin Hotel Bali
  • Sofitel Bali
Sofitel Hotel Bali
  • St. Regis Bali
St. Regis Hotel Bali
  • Mulia Resort Bali
Mulia Resort Bali

How to enjoy more of Nusa Dua

Aside from enjoying what Nusa Dua has to offer on the mainland, why not experience Nusa Dua from beyond the shore?

Sunset Cocktail Cruise at Shivanna

Shivanna is the perfect way to see Nusa Dua from a new perspective, sailing across the Bali Seas along the coastline from Sanur to Nusa Dua. You can be a part of our next Sunset Cocktail Cruise, or even opt to book your private charter and plan your own itinerary to explore more of Bali.

So, is Nusa Dua worth visiting in 2024?

Absolutely! We highly recommend you to at least catch a glimpse of what this corner of the island has to offer. Step away from the bustling atmosphere of the popular districts, and opt for the humble charm of Nusa Dua!

And if you’re looking for a way to explore Nusa Dua and the rest of Bali without the traffic, you can definitely reserve your spot on The Shivanna.

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