There are many natural attractions in Bali that are worth visiting. Some of them are already famous, but some aren’t yet. In Badung, for example, there’s a beautiful beach that is rarely known but has a charm that’s as interesting as the mainstream beaches. To answer your curiosity, here is a brief description of Melasti Beach that will make you impatient to explore it.
Not many people know the beauty of Melasti Beach, which is located in Ungasan Village, South Kuta, Badung Regency, ‘hiding’ behind a limestone cliff. To get to the shoreline, you have to go through winding roads. This road was made after splitting a limestone cliff. So on each side of the road to the beach, you’ll see high limestone cliffs. Usually, tourists will take the time to take some pictures in the middle of the road because the view is very unique.
If you start to smell the fishy smell of seawater, then you will soon arrive at the beach. Your eyes will be presented with incredible beach views. Gradations of seawater look stunning, especially when the weather is sunny. As far as your eyes could see, there was only a vast stretch of a blue ocean. Blowing fresh sea breeze that hit, will remove all tired.
You can try swimming or snorkeling there. Melasti Beach waves are calm, very suitable to be enjoyed by doing both of these relaxing activities. In addition, golden brown beach sand is ready to become a rug for sunbathing. While sunbathing, you can enjoy the blue view of the ocean and coral scattered in several locations. Near the shoreline, there’s a temple-shaped building that’s usually be used as a photo object by the visitors.
This beach isn’t yet famous, so it’s sometimes empty of visitors. It’s like the beach is all yours. Melasti Beach can be the right choice for those of you who want to vacation at the anti-mainstream Badung beach and away from the hustle and bustle of the city.