Hello everyone, look at the review of Balangan Beach, which is located on the west coast of the Bukit Peninsula. For an interactive map of the location of this beach, see below in this article.
When you ride your bike down to the sea, you find yourself in the backyard of small wooden cafes. Everyone just parks their bikes on the grass.
Cafes and clubs on Balangan beach
The cafes are built on stilts. Here you can have a snack or a cup of coffee. This is a view of the cafe from the sea:
This is from the parking lot:
That is, as the name suggests, this is a warung – a local establishment, and not a European-style cafe.
Someone pulled a hammock:
There is a more permanent structure on the left side of the beach. This is MAZU Beach Club. There is a swimming pool, relaxation areas and pretty good cuisine. Monkeys also like MAZU Beach Club.
Waves, sand and rocks
The waves at Balangan Beach were small compared to the beaches in Canggu or Kuta. But surfers ride great on these waves too.
On the right side of Balangan beach there are picturesque rocks of volcanic origin, near which almost all visitors to Balangan arrange photo sessions.
Sun beds and prices
Renting a sun lounger costs 50,000 rupees on this beach, and a cold coconut costs 25,000 rupees.
If you want to visit this beach or any other on the island of Bali, go fishing, climb the Agung or Batur volcanoes, see the most beautiful waterfalls, please call the phone number listed in the header of the site.
Rocky bottom at low tide
The low tide at Balangan Beach in the evening shows that the bottom, which was hidden by the sea during the day, turns out to be rocky. It turns out that a significant part of the beach at the very edge of the water is covered with a good, thick layer of sand. While the bottom 20-30 meters from the water’s edge turns out to be rocky.
Watch a video review of Balangan beach on our YouTube channel: