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Review of Blue Point Beach

Blue Point Beach
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Ranked #2 of 8 things to do in Ungasan
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Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Owner description: The beauty of the beaches in Bali called Blue Point, Distance from Kuta beach is about 45 minutes, by passing through the winding roads and up and down. Location Blue Point is still a one-way to the temple of Uluwatu, Padang-padang beach, and Dreamland. This beach is situated in the village of Pecatu, namely at the southern tip of the Badung regency. Actually the original name of this beach is Suluban. Near the beach there is a hotel called Bluepoint Villas, so Suluban better known as Bluepoint. The hotel is quite well known outside of Bali and was used for shooting advertising a brand drinks, starring Miss Universe. 'Suluban' adoption of the word 'mesulub' which in Balinese language means "in bali have to stoop to walk through a gap in the cliff". This may be because the road to this beach you must go down through a narrow road between the coastal cliffs.
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Reviewed 28 June 2018 via mobile

This is so beautiful and you have to go there. The view is amazing and there’s a lot of restaurants and shops to check out.

Thank Alexia M
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Reviewed 27 June 2018 via mobile

I actually really enjoyed the view of this beach. Didn’t actually head out for a surf, but had a beverage at one of the many cafes.

I wouldn’t recommend this to children due to the massive amount of stairs to get to the bottom, but there were still children scattered throughout this maze or paths and levels. It was like a small village all based on the edge of a massive cliff.

All the sooky babies giving it a one or two star seriously need to get a life. You don’t come here for a peaceful, lucurious Oasis, you come here to surf out in the ocean. I’m not sure if it was just a good day, but I saw no rubbish anywhere. Not sure where all the complaints about rubbish was coming from.

It’s a visually stunning, oceanic view of a beach and had a great time looking out into the sea and beyond whilst having a relaxing drink. I liked the concept of the paths and scattered walkways. There was a lot of tourists spread throughout the walkways and cliff paths so you need to be prepared to take your time going down to the bottom.

Definitely want to come back here again

Thank Pajmaoriswagga
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Reviewed 11 June 2018

This place is mainly for surfers. Very rough water. Visitors with young children should not come to this beach. Many rocks in the water so be careful.

Thank AndrewYew
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Reviewed 3 May 2018 via mobile

Writing a review are doubting to me.. this one is less crowded beach, more popular for the surferer. Locals called this suluban beach but tourist called blue point beach.. they actually have two entrance, one from the single fin bar, near the blue point villa and the other are more challenging (you can follow the maps)..
This beach are prefect for sunbathing, it have a much more like pool stone.. luckily me, i arrived at the low tide (some people said the beach was dangerous during the high tide)

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Reviewed 1 May 2018

Quite big parking space for car or motorcyle. big value but as sunset come there will be no space to sit, because this is one of the best place to enjoy sunset! many type of food and drink, they even have Nalu bowl! i recommend the nalu bowl!

2  Thank Xaveria Q
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