Sunset is indeed a natural panorama whose beauty is inevitable. Especially, if you enjoy the view from the coast. When you spend your vacation in Tabanan, try to see the sunset from the beach in this district. There is one beach in Tabanan that is visited by many tourists lately, only to see the view of the sunset. It's called Beraban Beach. This beach is relatively new in the Tabanan area. So, try to come to Beraban Beach to see the beautiful sunset from there!
Beautiful Sunset at Pantai Beraban
If you are in Tabanan, visit Beraban Beach located in Beraban Village, Kediri District, Tabanan Regency. Beraban Beach was once ruined due to abrasion and some illegal sea sand mining activities. But since the beginning of 2018, this beach began to be glimpsed by local visitors. They come to see the sunset in the afternoon. Who would have thought, behind the imperfections, the beach also has its own beauty.
This beach looks beautiful and charming, particularly at dusk. The beauty of the orange light reflected off the horizon is like a natural painting. Anyone who comes there to see it will surely be amazed by this view. When watching the sun rises in Beraban, you will be accompanied by the sound of the waves. There is also a beach breeze that gently blows your face and body. You will feel the fine, soft black sand beach along Beraban Beach.
You will be swept away by the calm and peaceful atmosphere on the Beraban Beach. You can choose to enjoy the sunset sitting or walking by the beach. Unfortunately, due to the abrasion that has occurred around the coast, some parts of the beach are damaged. But, the local people are trying to make it beautiful once again by providing some tourist facilities as support.
You can go to Beraban Beach in the afternoon. As the closing destination of the day, while you’re on holiday in Tabanan Regency. You can visit this beach from the Tanah Lot attraction because you only need about 10-minute drive from there. But if you depart from Alas Kedaton, you need about 35 minutes, and 25 minutes from the Subak Museum.