Padang-padang Beach Bali is Known As "Julia Roberts"
|Posted by Made Kamayasa on Wed May 22, 2013|
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The beauty of the beaches in Bali was already well known to the whole world. Clear sea water, soft white sand beach and the waves were breaking so tempting that tempt tourists for recreation, relaxing, sunbathing to water sports.
Uluwatu is one location in Bali which has a series of exotic beaches are beautiful. Characteristics Uluwatu beaches are surrounded by a high cliff so as to reach the coast presents its own adventure. One of the beaches that are currently attracted many tourists namely Padang-Padang Beach.
This is a charming beach is actually a hidden beach. Located in Jalan Labuan Sait, Pecatu Village district of South Kuta, Badung regency, this beach has a distance of about 32 kilometers from Denpasar. You can reach Padang-Padang Beach is only a 45 minute drive from Ngurah Rai Airport. Said to be hidden due to reach its shores, you are required to down dozens of stairs that can only be traversed by a single person due to its position on the cliff ledge gap.
Although hidden, the beach began many tourists visited and known since been used as a filming location titled 'Eat, Pray, Love' starring famous Hollywood actress, Julia Roberts. In fact it could make the beach is also famous for coral reefs is called Beach 'Julia Roberts'.
If the views of beauty, Padang-Padang Beach is not less beautiful with Dreamland or Nusa Dua. Tall and big waves are also the main attraction for fans of surfing. When VIVAlife drive to this beach, seen a lot of foreign tourists on a motorcycle while carrying surfboards.
However, when he reached the shore, so many tourists who visit this beach so the atmosphere was so crowded but when it has not been a holiday season. Although the crowd Padang-Padang Beach is almost like Kuta Beach, but the landscape has to offer much more beautiful. The water is crystal clear turquoise and coral caves surrounding makes this beach you must visit when stopped to Bali.
Last changed: Wed May 22, 2013 at 9:48 am