Nusa Dua was an obscure strip of coast on Bali's southern Bukit Peninsula. To
the rare visitor, the area's beauty was striking for its white sand beaches and
the peculiar shape of its coastline, scalloped by two peninsular islets. ( Nusa Dua - the name given to this area by the local people - means "two islands"
Today Nusa Dua is a magnificent white-sand beach with a number of five-star
hotels, located in Badung regency, approximately 30 kilometres to the south from
A fantastic place to witness the beautiful of Balinese sunrise.