Nyang Nyang Beach Bali – A Complete Guide

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Nyang Nyang Beach (Pantai Nyang Nyang) is one of the cleanest and most beautiful beaches in all of Bali. The glistening white sand and turquoise waters make this beach a must-see location during your visit to Uluwatu.

If you are planning a trip down south to visit all of the best Uluwatu Beaches, be sure to check out Nyang Nyang Beach while you’re at it!

I have put together this complete guide to Pantai Nyang Nyang including where it is, how to get there, the best time to visit, and what to expect when you arrive.

 

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WHERE IS NYANG NYANG BEACH?

Nyang Nyang Beach is located on the Bukit Peninsula in Uluwatu, South Bali.

Click here to see the location on Google Maps.

 

HOW TO GET HERE

If you are staying in the Uluwatu region, I recommend renting a scooter and making the short drive over to Nyang Nyang Beach Bali.

For those of you who are coming from Kuta, Seminyak, or Canggu, it’s approximately a 1-hour to 1.5-hour journey, depending on traffic.

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ARRIVING AT NYANG NYANG BEACH

The jump-off point at Nyang Nyang Beach is located in front of a hotel and you can safely park your scooter in the parking lot free of charge.

From here, follow the path along the right-hand side of the hotel and when you come to a fork in the track, take the path down to the right which eventually emerges on the shoreline.

The trek down the cliffside to get to the beach takes around fifteen to twenty minutes. The stairs are quite steep in areas and some parts are very rocky so make sure to wear suitable footwear.

You will find little warungs at the top and at the bottom of the cliffs selling snacks, water, and coconuts which is super convenient because it’s thirsty work getting down to Pantai Nyang Nyang and back up again.

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WHAT TO EXPECT AT NYANG NYANG BEACH

The first thing we did as soon as we arrived on the beach was run straight for the ocean to cool off in the calm waters.

When you’re in the water, I invite you to look back towards where you just trekked down and marvel at the dense greenery that covers the monolithic cliff walls.

A shipwreck can also be found on the main beach which is half-buried in the sand. It’s a very popular spot to take photos sitting or standing on the boat.

Graffiti artists have taken advantage of the Nyang Nyang Beach shipwreck to display their artworks.

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NYANG NYANG BEACH – THINGS TO KNOW BEFORE YOU GO

The best time to take photos of the shipwreck is before 12 pm. We arrived at around 2 pm and it was difficult shooting into the sun as it began to set in the west.

I recommend visiting early morning before it gets too hot in the midday sun and you can enjoy a few hours down on the beach to yourself before it gets crowded.

If you do decide to visit Nyang Nyang Beach later in the day, I highly recommend sticking around for sunset which is generally around 6 pm. The sunsets down here in the Bukit Peninsula light up the skies like I have never seen before!

At the top of the cliff, you can also find some epic viewpoints for those toes over the edge type shots.

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OTHER POINTS OF INTEREST IN ULUWATU

The Bukit Peninsula boasts many other awesome locations that are worth checking out after visiting Nyang Nyang Beach.

Click on the links below to see all other points of interest near Pantai Nyang Nyang.

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ULUWATU TOUR

Another alternative when planning a trip to Uluwatu is to book a full-day tour to experience the best beaches in Uluwatu and other popular attractions in the Bukit Penisula.

This Full-Day Uluwatu Tour includes a pick-up and drop-off from your hotel and the places you’ll get to visit are Pandawa Beach, Melastic Beach, Padang Padang, Uluwatu Temple, Kecak Fire Dance, and a seafood dinner on Jimbaran Beach.

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WHERE TO STAY NEAR NYANG NYANG BEACH

Uluwatu has hundreds of accommodations to choose from so I have narrowed it down to a few of the best places to stay to suit the needs of luxury travelers, budget backpackers, and everyone in between.

See this list of accommodations in Uluwatu that I personally recommend:

 

Luxury: Canang Sari Villas

I’ve stayed at Canang Sari Villas a few times and it’s one of the best 4-star accommodations near Pantai Nyang Nyang. Featuring 2-bedroom and 3-bedroom villas with private swimming pools, beautiful gardens, equipped kitchens, large living space, indoor and outdoor bathrooms, free wifi, and ocean views. There is also a spa center and squash court for guests to use. Close to beaches, cafes, and shops. Perfect for families, friends, and couples.

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Mid Range: Bukal Sari Villas Uluwatu

Awesome 3-star accommodation boasting a swimming pool, restaurant, gardens, and outdoor swimming pool. There is free wifi and each room is spacious and modern with private bathrooms. Continental or à la carte breakfast is included for all guests. Close to Uluwatu Temple and beaches. Great for couples, families, and friends.

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Budget: Bali Beats Guesthouse Uluwatu

One of the best budget accommodations near Nyang Nyang Beach Bali. Featuring an outdoor swimming pool, garden terrace, and free wifi. There are a restaurant and bar as well as a shared kitchen for guests to use. Close to beaches, cafes, and restaurants. Perfect for solo travelers and friends on a budget.

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FOR ALL OTHER PLACES TO STAY, SEE MY COMPLETE GUIDE ON WHERE TO STAY IN ULUWATU.

 

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FINAL THOUGHTS

I hope you enjoyed reading this article and if you have any questions, please leave me a comment below this post and I will get back to you as soon as I can.

Happy Adventuring!

Jonny Melon
Jonny Melon

Hey, I’m Jonny – surfer, skater, photographer, and coffee-lover from Australia!

With a burning passion for travel and the outdoors, I launched this Adventure Travel Blog in 2017, and I’ve been exploring the world ever since!

My little corner of the interwebs is a space where I love to share all of my epic adventures, cultural experiences, and captivating photos from around the globe with the ultimate goal to inspire and motivate other like-minded travelers to explore this wonderful earth too!

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