Medewi Beach, Jl. Pantai Medewi, Medewi, Pekutatan, Jembrana Regency, Bali
Medewi Beach (8 Minutes)
Medewi Beach is a beautiful rocky beach situated in west part of Bali Island. This beach is located in Medewi Village, Pekutatan District, Jembrana Regency and Bali Province – Indonesia. This beach can be reached by any vehicles because it is favored by the good access and strategic location which is just beside of the main street from Denpasar to Gilimanuk Harbor. It is around 3 hours from Denpasar and 2.5 hour from Ngurah Rai International Airport. This beach is also appointed as one of the best surf points in Bali which is many demanded by surfers because of the characteristic of it wave. This beach is also appointed as one of the best surf points in Bali which is many demanded by surfers because of the characteristic of it waves.
Source: Bali Surf Advisor
Bunut Bolong, Desa Manggisari, Kecamatan Pekutatan, Manggissari, Pekutatan, Kabupaten Jembrana, Bali 82262
Bunut Bolong (27 minutes)
In the Manggissari village, located in the western part of Bali, stands yet another majestic tree that’s renowned for its supernatural powers.
The tree has roots on either side of a stretch of road, forming an archway that visitors can drive through. Brides and grooms are advised to refrain from passing through this way, though – legend has it that those who do will end up separated.
Jl. Raya Denpasar - Gilimanuk, Antap, Selemadeg, Kabupaten Tabanan, Bali 82162
Pantai Soka (51 minutes)
Soka Beach is a rare sight with its black sands and green surroundings. Its picturesque backdrop is lined with a chain of hills on one side and the view of the magnificent peaks of Gunung Agung on the other.
But, for the one with a curious eye and an appetite for myths and mysteries, Soka Beach has many hidden secrets to draw you in.
Yeh Leh Beach, Gang Tasik, Desa Pengeragoan, Kecamatan Pekutatan, Gumbrih, Pekutatan, Kabupaten Jembrana, Bali
Yeh Leh (23 minutes)
Located in Jembrana, just off the Denpasar-Gilimanuk highway, Yeh Leh is not decorated with soft white sand like your ideal beach.
Instead, thousands of boulders litter the shore, either covered in algae or washed clean by the waves. These mysterious rocks have been smoothed over for hundreds of years, leaving few clues about their origin.
Yeh Embang Kangin, Mendoyo, Jembrana Regency, Bali
Green cliffs at Yehembang Village (40 minutes)
The inhabitants of Yehembang Kangin Village in West Bali have created a touristic spot – Green Cliff. With the surrounding greenery and scenic cliffs, there’s little wonder why it’s named so.
Once at the top, you will be rewarded with the wide panorama of the Yeh cliff and the sounds of the river at the bottom.
Perancak, Jembrana Sub-District, Jembrana Regency, Bali
Perancak Beach (41 minutes)
Perancak Tourism is a beautiful tourist attraction, the beach is decorated by fishing boats is a distinctive beauty to be enjoyed. Here also there are theme parks that have Motor Cross and Road Race circuit facilities, here is great for a vacation. Every year Perancak sights to be a place for traditional rowing boat races are usually coupled with the anniversary of Negara regency.
Pura penataran Rambut Siwi, Mendoyo Negara, Negara, Yeh Embang Kangin, Mendoyo, Kabupaten Jembrana, Bali 82261
Pura penataran Rambut Siwi (9 minutes)
Pura Rambut Siwi is one of the largest temples in Bali and is located in western Bali in the Negara region.
Set on the cliff side with majestic views of the vast waters of the Indian Ocean, it is easy to see why this is a charming tourist attraction.
It is interesting to note that the temple has not always been a popular place for visitors. It has undergone several renovations, most significantly with the relocation of the temple to the peak of the hill. This change was done to improve worship of the Hindu god.
Source: Bali Travel Hub
Menjangan Island, Sumber Klampok, Gerokgak, Buleleng Regency, Bali
The island is surrounded by hectares of beautiful coral reef gardens with a very diverse eco biology, which makes it a favorite destination for snorkelers as well as divers. The good drop-offs on Menjangan’s south side is a popular spot for local people and tourists wishing to dive for a variety of fish and coral reef exploration. There are no dangerous currents to contend with in this area. Apart from a high diversity of coral species and colorful, tropical fish there are also many kinds of sea birds and shorebirds frequenting the island.
Source: Wonderful Bali
Musi, Gerokgak, Buleleng Regency, Bali
Desa Musi, Gerokgak (2 Hours)
Generally known only among locals, Musi Village (otherwise known as Desa Musi) is a refreshing escape for those searching for an authentic experience in a simple Balinese village.
There, you’ll discover its secret – a cliff area where a waterfall crashes powerfully into a natural pool.
Wisata Gelar River, Batuagung, Jembrana Sub-District, Jembrana Regency, Bali 82218
Gelar River (46 minutes)
Are you bored with the infinite beach choices? Why not try out a very local type of venture into the wild?
Head to a natural river and be spoiled by the fresh and clear river springs. And we all know that in Bali, finding a clean natural river is no easy task.
Positioned near the Green Cliff in Jembrana district, and mostly only known among locals, Gelar River is increasingly popular for its crystal clear water, in which residents nearby sometimes bathe in.
4km from the centre of Dewasana village, and 200m down the main road, Pendem Subdistrict, Jembrana – Bali.
Batu Belah (46 minutes)
The only road to get to this small rocky waterfall is paved with stones – off the beaten path indeed!
But as the locals promise, the beautiful natural surroundings will make your difficult journey worthwhile, and this can also be a great way to test your adventurous skills. So why not activate your map and head over?
Located in Dewasana, the highlight of the area is a hidden waterfall known among the locals as the Dewasana Waterfall.
Palasari Village, Jl. Dusun Palasari,
A Catholic Church built with gothic and Balinese elements in Palasari Village (1 hour)
It might be strange to suddenly find a church so monumental like the Palasari Church in the island of gods, but not in West Bali! Although in a predominantly Hindu community, in Palasari village, the two religions live together peacefully, merged in this beautiful architectural masterpiece.
The first Catholic missionary arrived in Bali in 1936 and a number of people in a village near Denpasar converted to Catholicism. In 1940, a priest, Father Simon Buis, requested the Dutch administration in Bali to allow him to build his own congregation. As it was not possible to build a church near the capital, the officials offered him some land in the forest of Pangkung Senate in Jembrana.
Karang Sewu, Gilimanuk, Jembrana, Kabupaten Jembrana, Bali 81155
Karang Sewu (1 Hour 20 minutes)
Karang Sewu attraction is a cluster of rocks that decorate the edge of the sea in the bay of Gilimanuk. Coral clusters are very beautiful and attractive. Very quiet atmosphere with fresh air, makes this place has always been a major goal for people who want the peace. Although at certain times of the place is very crowded by tourists. However, it remains a great place to be enjoyed. And a broad expanse of green lawn, side by side with the blue sea, and separated by a cluster of beautiful coral reefs, makes this place so unique and interesting.