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Updated by Maldvies Travel on May 03, 2016
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East Bali's best beaches – Bali splendour

Why most people would travel all the way along to Bali is no mystery any more. Bali has unravelled the exotic uniqueness of its beaches.


Perasi Beach

The beach has several names: White Sand Beach, Virgin Beach, Pasir Putih while the most known name is Hidden Beach. Blessed with a number of seafood restaurants, shades and sun loungers, Perasi Beach will offer you a lifetime memory. The beach is easily accessible if you stay somewhere such as Alila Manggis.


Green Bowl

Although blessed with beautiful scenery, Green Bowl is not that easy to reach. You need to descend about hundred concrete steps down the cliff. That difficulty aside, the beach still has much allure for its visitors. When you get to the base, you can see a number of bat caves. Once you get to the beach somehow, getting back is no big deal. But the scenic location would probably keep you glued in.


Tulamben beach

If you are after a stunning scenery, simply forget Tulamben beach. Apart from some black stones there is hardly anything else on the beach. But wait! There is something far more interesting here. If you look a little far beyond, you will see a shipwreck. The ship was hit by a Japanese torpedo during the second World War. If you have no idea how to get here, approach the helpdesk of any Candidasa hotel, and they will offer you the right directions.


Amed beach

Blessed with black sand, Amed beach possesses a number of bays. Salt-miners, coral fishers and Jukung fishermen boats add much glamour to the beach. You will naturally feel the quietude of the area. Most of the times, the area does not have much activity going on.
Probably why most divers and snorkelers love to come here. With the absence of black rocks, you have the utmost security at Amed. When you walk a little further away from the beach, you can take in the sight of the charming hamlets in the surrounding.
Simply speaking, Amed is good for everything from surfing to walking along with a local fisherman.


Padangbai beach

If you mistake it for Amed beach, don't be surprised. It has such a similarity with the Amed beach. And do not forget to try out the fishing restaurants in the beach. They will provide you first class quality sea fish. If not for the fishermen coming back from the sea, the beach is silent throughout the day. During the tourist seasons, you will see kids having fun with the water and boats.
Interestingly you will see painted eyes in Jukung boats. That is done with a purpose. The eyes are believed to ward off evil spirits.


Bias Tugal

Moving a few kilometers from Padangbai beach, you will come across this little beach. If you plan to move here from Padangbai beach, take a ferry and head eastward. On the way you will be greeted by the signs that lead to Bias Tugal. The palm trees and the crystal waters are what adds colour to the Bias Tugal beach. You will, for a moment, get lost by its beautiful scenery.