Your vacation in Bali is incomplete if you haven’t witnessed the sensation of the beautiful sunset at dusk. Many people say to enjoy something beautiful; you have to be willing to pay dearly. There is money; there are goods.
But not with Bali. Bali shares its beauty with everyone. Even if you are on vacation on a small budget, you can still enjoy the spectacular view of Bali at sunset.
Here is a compilation of 7 places to enjoy the best sunset in Bali:
Amed Beach Sunset Panorama
Amed Beach is located in Karangasem Regency, in Tulamben Village, Kubu District. To visit this beach, you need to travel for 2 hours from Denpasar City and only drive for 30 minutes from Amlapura City.
This exotic black sand beach has a charming underwater wealth that you can’t find on other beaches in Bali. But there are other activities on this beach are no less impressive, namely enjoying the beautiful sunset from the top of the Amed hill. While waiting for the sun to set, you can canoe, see the activities of salt farmers, or take a walk along the coastline.
Hidden Sunset on Tegalwangi Beach
Not many people know about the existence of Tegalwangi Beach, which is also called Jimbaran Hidden Beach. This beach can be accessed by following the road towards Ayana Resort and then turning towards the Tegal Wangi Temple. From Ngurah Rai Airport, this beach can be reached by driving for approximately 30 minutes.
In addition to the still quiet beaches, Tegalwangi Beach has stunning natural beauty. From the top of the cliff, you can enjoy a panoramic view of the beach surrounded by overgrown cliffs with beautiful green trees.
Enjoying the Crowded Mesari Beach Before Sunset
Mesari Beach or better known as Double Six Beach is located in the Seminyak area and has become the primary destination for tourists who live in the area.
In addition to the beauty of its white sand, Mesari Beach also has an expansive beach to make it possible for busy visitors to enjoy various activities such as jogging, playing football, relaxing walks, and lazing while sunbathing.
The sunset view here is one of the best you can enjoy in Bali. If you have more money, you can also relax at one series of cafes and restaurants built on Mesari beach.
Calm Horses at Sunset at Batu Belig Beach
Batu Belig Beach is one of the beaches located in the Kerobokan area. Not many people know the location of this beach, and not many people come to this beach. Although adjacent to Petitenget Beach, this beach has relatively calm waves, so it is suitable for those of you who want to relax or swim.
Besides being able to calmly enjoy the view of the sun slowly setting, you can also see some tourists who are learning to ride horses on this beach!
To the right of Batu Belig beach, a traditional bamboo bridge was built to cross a small river. Many people use this bridge as a background for their photos to upload to Instagram.
Secrets of the Beauty of Tanah Lot Temple at Dusk
Who is not familiar with Tanah Lot? This place is one of the best spots in Bali to enjoy the sunset. Located in Tabanan Regency, Tanah Lot provides an unforgettable sunset experience.
What adds to the uniqueness of the sunset in this place is a temple built on a giant rock and is used by Hindus in Bali to pray.
On the way to Tanah Lot Temple, you will also pass a lot of green rice fields that stretch widely, an authentic Balinese landscape that is quite rare and must still be cultivated.
To get a beautiful sunset at Tanah Lot, we recommend that you come early before 18:30 UTC+6 so you don’t miss a second of the charming evening.
Watching the Sunset Accompanied by the Kecak Dance at Uluwatu Temple
In addition to enjoying the thick atmosphere of the island of Bali at Tanah Lot Temple, you can also visit Uluwatu Temple, which is located in Pecatu, to enjoy the unmistakable beauty of the sunset.
Because this is a temple area, visitors must use cloth and scarves as a form of respect. You have to walk to the temple area from the entrance, which is one of the spots to enjoy the sunset. Along the way, you should keep everything in your bag and not bring food because there are a lot of wild monkeys here.
Enjoying the sunset in this place is very interesting because you will be accompanied by the Kecak Dance, a Balinese dance. You can enjoy the luxury of the sunset in this place while witnessing how magnificent Balinese culture is.
This object is not purely free to enjoy; you need to spend One hundred thousand Rupiah per person to enjoy the Kecak dance. But if you want to see the sunset at Uluwatu temple from a distance, there are several spots that you can use for free.
Sunset with Limestone Cliff Panorama at Melasti Beach
Just like Pandawa Beach, Melasti Beach, which is also in the Ungasan area, has one of the most beautiful sunset panoramas we have ever seen.
With giant limestone cliffs that reach a height of 100-150 meters, soaring will make anyone who comes to Melasti Beach be amazed. The government has now repaired the winding road down to the beach, so you will now find it easier to access the white beach that stretches widely here.