Pandawa Beach, Enchantment Hidden Behind Cretaceous Hill

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  • Kutuh Village, South Kuta


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Pandawa Beach, Enchantment Hidden Behind Cretaceous Hill.

Pandawa Beach may still sound foreign and not so well known today. But save a million charms of beauty that have not been exposed and are still crushed by limestone cliffs. Located in Kutuh Village, South Kuta District, Badung Regency, it is approximately 3 km from the Nusa Dua Tourism area and Uluwatu Temple.

Originally the Pandawa Beach was known as secret beach, because its location was hidden behind a row of rock hills that were only overgrown with bushes. But now the access to the location is easier for vehicles to pass. Road access is deliberately made by splitting towering limestone hills to make the scenery around the beach exotic. Approaching the coast, the limestone cliffs were perforated and carved with tongues as a place of sculpture of the Pandavas in the Mahabrata story.

Panorama on the beach is so beautiful and charming, pure white sand with bluish-green sea water, this beach is perfect for bathing or swimming because the waves break in the middle of the sea. Located in the east, it is possible for us to enjoy a beautiful sunrise on this beach. Another charm of Pandawa Beach is the activity of seaweed farmers along the coast. Besides that, you can see paragliding and motorbike activities on the hill. Because Gunung Payung Beach, Kutuh Village we can enjoy the beautiful scenery of Gunung Payung Beach waterfall that spills onto the beach.