Possibly the cleanest of the Uluwatu beaches and home to awesome graffiti shipwrecks. Here’s all the info for visiting Nyang Nyang Beach Bali.
How To Get To Nyang Nyang Beach Bali
Nyang Nyang Beach is located on the very south coast of Bali.
Home to the photogenic shipwrecks, Nyang Nyang Beach is one of the most popular Uluwatu beaches.
We always choose to rent scooters, which start at around 50,000 IDR per day, and explore ourselves.
However be sure to read up on our renting a scooter in Bali guide beforehand!
If you’re looking for somewhere to rent scooters from you can book a Bali Scooter or Motorbike Rental with Delivery.
Another option is to hire a Bali Private Car or Minibus Charter With Driver, which is pretty popular for day trips around Bali, and they start at around 500,000 IDR per day (8 hours).
For those short on time, or that prefer everything to be organised for them, there are some awesome tours on Get Your Guide available to book in advance.
Best Time To Visit + Tips
We’ve heard many stories about people visiting this beach and finding lots of trash scattered everywhere. However, when we visited, it was completely clean.
Please know that, different seasons in Bali depend on what state you will find the beaches in. Trash is known to wash up from the ocean towards the end of monsoon season.
Bali’s rainy season runs from October to April, with the wettest months being December and January. No matter what the season you can expect a tropical, warm and humid climate all year round.
What To Pack
DSLR Camera: Canon EOS 90D
Tripod: Zomei Z666 Tripod
Day Bag: Manfrotto Manhattan Mover-50
Power Bank: Anker Power Bank PowerCore II
Reusable Water Bottle: Hydro Flask Water Bottle
Sunscreen: Banana Boat Sunscreen SPF-50
Rain Jacket: Columbia Lightweight Rain Jacket
Microfibre Towel: Microfibre Quick Dry Towel
Underwater Camera: GoPro HERO7
Waterproof Phone Case: LifeProof Fre Waterproof Phone Case
Dry Bag: Earth Pak – Roll Top Waterproof Dry Bag
The Walk Down to Nyang Nyang Beach
Once you’ve parked up, head towards the pop up stalls that will no doubt offer you a Bintang for the journey down.
Once you reach the beginning of the trails it’s pretty straight forward from there. Follow the signs and head to the sound of the ocean and you can’t miss the beautiful Nyang Nyang Beach.
It takes around twenty minutes to ‘trek’ down to the beach and you should probably wear more than just flip flops.
The trail can be rocky or slippery depending on recent weather, but the reward at the end is definitely worth the wait!
What To Expect At Nyang Nyang Beach Bali
Nyang Nyang Beach Bali is a pristine 1.5-km stretch of white sand on the southernmost coast of Bali.
Remote and secluded by cliffs, the beach calls for a long trek down a lush cliffside to reach it.
This is where the famous graffiti’d vessel lays, a popular spot for tourists. There’s even a little hidden swing making for an awesome photo opportunity using the ocean as a stunning backdrop.
Nyang Nyang Beach Bali was another one of our favourite beaches in Bali because it was so clean and secluded.
The beach seems to go on forever so there’s plenty of space to take a quiet stroll and even find a private spot to bathe by yourself.
The waves can get choppy, so we recommend only heading into the water if you’re a confident swimmer because there are no lifeguards on patrol.
There’s also a local pop up stall at the entrance to the beach selling refreshments.
This stall may not always be there, so be sure to carry plenty of water and some energy boosters with you. You’re going to need it before your trek back up to the top.
The Bali Shipwreck Vessels
A huge tourist attraction at Nyang Nyang Beach Bali are the abandoned graffiti boat vessels.
The artwork on the sides is constantly changing thanks to the local artists that visit regularly, and the vessels make for an awesome Bali Instagram photo.
So explore Nyang Nyang Beach Bali and make sure to save some energy for the walk back up. It’s a bit tougher than the way down, especially in the Bali heat.
Where To Stay In Uluwatu
Luxury – Anantara Uluwatu Bali Resort
Anantara is one of the most popular places to stay in Bali.
The Resort boasts facilities such as an outdoor, a fitness centre and also a spa.
Each room comes with aand free Wi-Fi. The resort is within a 15-minute drive of the Hindu temple, Pura Luhur Uluwatu and Nusa Dua Beach.
Staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with luggage storage, airport transfers and aservice is available to .
Each room comes with a living area, air-conditioning, a flat-screen TV, an audio jack and a personal safe.
Mid-Budget – Le Grande Bali
Situated in Uluwatu,offers an outdoor , spa and a tennis court.
Spacious rooms at Le Grande Bali each have a flat-screen cable TV, tea/coffee-making facilities and personal safe.
All rooms come with a balcony or terrace. En suite bathrooms have a bathtub and separate shower, and guests can relax with a massage session at D’Spa or make use of the karaoke, sauna and hot tub facilities.
Free high-speed Wi-Fi is also provided in all areas.
Budget – Made Roejas Homestay
Featuring a restaurant, a garden, and a shared lounge, Made Roejas Homestay provides accommodation in Uluwatu for travellers on a budget.
The air-conditioned homestay also offers a seating area, free WiFi and garden views.
Set just 6.8 miles from Uluwatu Temple, both a bicycle rental service and a car rental service are also available at Made Roejas Homestay.
For more places to stay in Uluwatu, you can check the latest prices on Booking.com.
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