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Top 5 Things to do in Nusa Dua – Sunny Resort Getaways

Chilling on gorgeous beaches, browsing chic art galleries and exploring attractive museums are just some of the exciting things to do in sunny Nusa Dua. Read on about the best awaiting you there.


Bali Nusa Dua Theatre

This is the resort area's most famous theatre which plays host to the annual Nusa Dua Fiesta, together with other colourful productions. The Devdan Show is a must watch at this theatre; the show is made up of giant puppets, magical special effects and marvellous aerial acrobats. Devdan narrates the story of Indonesia's proud heritage via fascinating dances, drama and song. The 90 minute show promises to mesmerize you with glitzy costumes, spellbinding traditional dances and a fascinating narration of how the islands came to be. Opening hours are from 7 pm to 8.30 pm every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.


Chill on Geger Beach

Geger Beach has grown in popularity over the years to become one of Nusa Dua's top attractions. And quite rightfully the stunning area boasts calm turquoise blue waters and a golden sandy beach. If you like to relax in tranquillity this is the ideal beach, as it is not very crowded and is manly frequented by the local seaweed farmers. You can enjoy sun bathing by hiring out a couple of sun loungers from the nearby kiosks or check out the waves by renting out a surf board. There are a few restaurants scattered along the beach. The beach is an ideal place to rest and rejuvenate if you are in Bali on business. Nusa Dua is quite a popular meeting venue Bali has to offer and many corporates are looking at the sunny resort to hold their annual gatherings. This is mainly due to the excellent facilities, recreational activities of the area and the well-equipped modern and luxurious conference facilities on offer, like at the Bali International Convention Centre.


Visit Geger Temple

Even if you are in Bali for business do take time to visit at least one of the many temples scattered across the 'Island of the Gods'. Geger Temple in Nusa Dua is a fine example of traditional craftsmanship and serenity found at all Balinese temples. The temple is perched on a limestone cliff overlooking Geger Beach; it is the best place to photograph the entire region as it offers a bird's eye view of the horizon with domineering Mount Agung in the backdrop. The cliff overlooks the beautiful Nusa Dua bay where you will spot seaweed farmers going about their daily routines; it is a wonderful place to spend time in quiet contemplation.


Browse Museum Pasifika

If you are into arts and culture this museum promises many rewards. The place is an Asian-Pacific amalgamation of artists from over 25 countries. Over 200 artists display their marvellous creations at the museum which boasts 250 historical artefacts and 350 paintings. The museum has been a magnet for drawing lovers of Asian-Pacific antiquities since its inception. It is located within the Bali Tourism Development Corporation sector.


Check out the Fabulous Beaches of Nusa Dua

When you tour the Bali Tourism Development Sector you will come across a path that leads down to two pristine white sand beaches; these are well maintained offering little bamboo food kiosks for grabbing a bite. There are also well planned jogging and cycling tracks along the beach for relishing the crisp clean air and sunny vibes. There are two small islands off these two beaches where the tide can be a bit strong; this is an area favoured by surfers.