Villa 2 is decorated in bright vibrant colors to reflect the mood of Bali, each bedroom has its own en-suite bathroom with a large stone bathtub to relax away those aches and pains, a short walk to the white sandy beach with its many attractions Restaurants, Bars, Free Yoga on the beach, Massage Water sports Kite sailing, scuba driving schools, boat to Turtle Island to see the baby turtles everything for the perfect holiday.
Things to do in Sanur.
Sanur Beach was one of the first resort areas in Bali, though it remains rich in history and maintains a laidback ambience. It's made up of several beaches that are relatively quiet when compared to the likes of Kuta or Legian.
Starting from the southern end, Sanur beaches include Mertasari Beach, Semawang Beach, Pantai Karang (Reef Beach), Segara Ayu Beach, and Sindhu Beach. The footpath ends at Grand Bali Beach
Bali Seawalker - As the name implies, lets you walk underwater to view beautiful reefs and the tropical marine life that live on them. Their pontoon is anchored 5 minutes offshore, from where you go below the waves on a ladder while wearing a specially designed helmet.
You can easily explore the bottom of the ocean on foot for about 30 minutes, with certified and experienced guides overseeing the activity from above and below. Bali Seawalker can be enjoyed by children aged 10 and up, and no diving experience or swimming skills are necessary
Bali Sharks is a private nature conservation initiative with a mission to save black tip and white tip reef sharks in Indonesia. Also known as the Serangan Shark Island Project, it also offers environmentally-friendly tours of its pontoon nursery located east of Serangan Island.
Blanjong Temple displays one of Bali's oldest known artefacts which dates back to AD914. It's a stone pillar with Sanskrit inscriptions, and is believed to be some sort of victory monument, chiefly of King Sri Kesari Warmadewa. The first king of the Balinese Warmadewa dynasty. He was believed to have installed Bali's first formal government.
The Turtle Conservation and Education Centre (TCEC) serves as a hatchery, nursery and sanctuary for rescued turtles. The centre is open for the public year-round. Well-shaded open-air pools separate the turtles according to size. Its supervising staff can provide information and brief tours if they aren't busy maintaining the pools or feeding the turtles. There's also a small sandy enclosure for tortoises, a hatchling pen, and a small souvenir shop selling turtle-themed items.
The annual Bali Kites Festival takes place at Padanggalak Beach, located on the northern end of Sanur. It's one of Bali's major provincial calendar highlights, preceding the Bali Arts Festival. On this day, you'll see thousands of traditional kite troupes and youth groups transporting their gigantic kites to the beach using large trucks. The kites usually have wingspans ranging between 5 and 10 metres.
Bali Cruises - Sanur, Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Penida, are some of Balis premier sailing points. Many cruises depart from Sanur, stopping on a pontoon at Lembongan Bay for water activities and a village outing, and end at Benoa Harbour by dusk. The floating dock has waterslides, a swimming pool, an underwater viewing chamber, glass-bottomed boats, banana boats, canoes and snorkelling equipment. Meals usually consist of an international buffet spread, with a live band playing at the background.
Diving in Sanur - The waters surrounding Sanur are considerably colder than Kuta, but are host to hundreds of species of fish, sea urchins, crustaceans, and coral reefs. The beach can be your starting point for discovering Balis underwater landscape through scuba-diving. The Bali International Diving Professionals offer twice-daily diving trips to the Nusa Islands.
Snorkeling and swim at Sanur Beach - Snorkelling is a popular activity in Sanur as youll find several shallow sites with colourful reefs and schools of tropical fish like parrotfish, pufferfish, and batfish. To find the best spots, you can rent a dinghy or sign up for a snorkelling tour at your hotel or with a dive centre. If youd like to go further, there are day trips to neighbouring islands like Nusa Penida, Padang Bai or Tulamben these areas are known for attracting manta rays and turtles. Swimming in Sanur is safe for kids as this beach area has a lower tide as well as cooler waters compared to most beaches in Bali. The main beach can be rather crowded, so head over to Sindhu Beach on the coastlines southern end its also the site of an excellent saltwater lagoon
- WiFi internet
- Air conditioning
- On demand TV
- Swimming pool
- Disabled access
- No smoking
- Private swimming pool
- Outdoor eating area
- Kitchen utensils
- Kitchen crockery
- Cooking pots and pans
- Welcome pack
- Hair dryer
- Iron and ironing board
- Towels provided
- Linen provided
- Golf course
- Theme park
- Nearby attractions
- Bushwalking trails
- Single or Couples
- Family friendly
- Indulgence and luxury
- LGBTQI Friendly
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- Check-out before: 10:00:00 AM
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