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05 Best Places to See in Nusa Dua – The Sights and Scenes of Nusa Dua

One of the most beautiful and exotic tropical destinations in Southeast Asia is the Indonesian island of Bali. Known for its stunning natural beauty and awe-inspiring coastal features, Bali is the ideal destination for those wanting to spend time in the beach, go on forest adventures and hikes, or explore ancient ruins and archeological landmarks. One of Bali's most popular locations is the town of Nusa Dua. Known for being a great location for photo ops, Nusa Dua is filled with exciting sights to see.

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Nusa Dua Beach

Nusa Dua Beach

No trip to Nusa Dua will be complete without a stop at Nusa Dua Beach! This white sandy beach is the main beach of Nusa Dua is known for its amazing beauty. This long strip of pristine beach is great for spending time of the beach and also for engaging in water sports. The Nusa Dua Beach is also very popular amongst snorkeling enthusiasts, as the waters of the beach hold some wonderful sights to see. Glass-bottom boat rides and rides on traditional Balinese wooden boats are also very popular at Nusa Dua Beach. To witness the full beauty of the Nusa Dua Beach you could stay at a beach villa with the help of Bali TopVilla Rentals, a service that will assist you to rent a villa in Bali.

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Museum Pasifika

Museum Pasifika

Museum Pasifika is one of the most popular museums in Bali. Particularly famous amongst lovers of art and culture, the Musuem Pacifika is home to a wide range of cultural and artistic works from over 200 artists from 25 different nations. There are over 600 pieces of art from various origins, including Italy, Netherlands, France, India, and Eastern Europe neatly displayed in five different. However, it is mostly works originating from Bali that are found here, thus making it a great place for anyone wishing to understand Balinese art and culture. With works by notable artists such as Nyoman Gunarsa, Theo Meier, Arie Smit, and Raden Saleh, the museum is a must-see attraction of Nusa Dua.

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Devdan Show

Devdan Show

One of the most iconic cultural performances of Nusa Dua is the Devdan Show. Combining skillful dances, stunning acrobatics, and soulful music, the Devdan Show is a 90 minute performance that will walk you through the culture of Indonesia. The plot involves a young boy and girl stumbling upon a chest of artifacts from the various islands of Indonesia. The cultural diversity of Indonesia is unraveled artifact by artifact, as each artifact magically brings forth performances representing the cultures of Indonesia. With its light-humored storyline, amazing choreography and unforgettable scenes, the Devdan Show well worth experiencing.

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Nusa Dua Islands

Nusa Dua Islands

The Nusa Dua Islands, the reason for Nusa Dua being named so, are two islands located off Nusa Dua Beach. Nusa Dua literally translates to 'two islands' and is known as being one of Nusa Dua's most iconic landmarks. Known for being a great location for swimming, the Nusa Dua islands are also filled with many unique attractions, such as the Pura Bias Tugel and many pavilions and monuments. The islands also host many international events and functions, so keep a look out for any events during your stay in Nusa Dua.

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Geger Temple

Geger Temple

Geger Temple, located aloft a cliff overlooking the pristine Geger Beach, is a hub of cultural and religious activity in Nusa Dua. Home to many architecturally marvelous monuments and shrines, the Geger Temple is a quiet place for spiritual contemplation. Given its location atop of cliff, the Geger Temple is known for its breathtaking views of Geger Beach and the sunset, making it a great place for a photo op.