Balitraveldiary.com – Another unique and exotic beach in Bali is Suluban Beach. Suluban Beach Bali is a beach with steep cliffs and big enough waves so it is very suitable for water surfing sports hobbyists. No wonder if you vacation to Suluban Beach, you will see more foreign Caucasians than domestic tourists.
Another unique and exotic beach in Bali is Suluban Beach. Suluban Beach Bali is a beach with steep cliffs and big enough waves so it is very suitable for water surfing sports hobbyists. No wonder if you vacation to Suluban Beach, you will see more foreign Caucasians than domestic tourists.
Suluban Beach also has another name, namely Blue Point Beach. The name Blue Point Beach is pinned by foreign tourists because to remember the location of the beach there is a hotel located on a hill, the Blue Point Hotel. And the name Blue Point is also widely known, especially because the majority of visitors to this beach are Caucasians.
If you visit Suluban Beach Bali, you have to spend extra energy to be able to reach the beach. This is because visitors have to walk approximately 200 meters from the vehicle parking area by descending the stairs. After passing the stairs of about 50 meters, visitors also have to pass another narrower and smaller staircase flanked by white rock cliffs, and often you have to queue to get through this staircase.
Once you reach the bottom of the stairs, your eyes will be presented with a view inside the coral cave. If the sea water is high, the sea water will enter the cave. Once you get out of the cliffs, the beautiful beach scenery accompanied by the waves will welcome you happily at Suluban Beach.
Because to reach the beach you have to go through a small alley at the bottom of the hill, so it’s no wonder that the beach here is called Suluban Beach. Suluban Beach comes from the word “mesulub” which in Balinese means “passing in something”.
Location of Suluban Beach Bali|
Suluban Beach is located in Pecatu Village, Uluwatu, South Kuta, Bali and takes approximately 60 minutes from Denpasar. Visitors are not charged an entrance ticket, but only pay a parking fee of 5,000 rupiah per vehicle.
How to Get to Blue Point Beach Bali
If you visit here, from Ngurah Rai Airport you go to Jimbaran via Ngurah Rai Airport By Pass road, after arriving at the Jimbaran intersection (KFC Jimbaran) you turn right towards Uluwatu Street. Just follow the road until you pass the UNUD campus and Culture Park (GWK).
After arriving right at the T-junction in front of the Pecatu Village head office, you turn right onto Labuan Sait road. Still on Labuan Sait road, from here you just go straight until the end of Labuan Sait road and meet a fork. If you go straight to Jalan Mamo, if you turn left go to Jalan Padang-Padang Beach.
Then choose the road to Padang Padang Beach. Arriving at the end of the Padang-padang beach road, you turn right towards the Suluban Beach road until you arrive at the Suluban beach location. There, you can already directly see the beauty of this beach.