Nusa Dua is Bali's premier holiday resort boasting internationally acclaimed hotels that attract visitors from all over the world to a destination where you’ll discover secluded luxury and an ideal holiday destination for both couples and families alike with excellent facilities, magnificent palm-fringed shores and reef-protected lagoons.
Golf lovers will be pleased as it has been said that Nusa Dua has the best Golf course in Bali, with 18 holes to play through, you can take in the stunning views and feel the refreshing ocean breeze at the same time. If you want to get closer to the local nature then you’ll love taking a trip to Serangan Island, a nearby turtle conservation that you can reach by boat or glass bottom boat, a perfect trip for anyone who is fond of sea life.
At Nusa Dua, the best restaurants tend to be located at the hotels, and as for nightlife it is more common to drink near the beach with a cocktail. However, if you are looking for a lively atmosphere, find it located in the nearby town of Kuta.
Nusa Dua is located on the southern-most tip of Bali with perfect coconut-lined beaches, clear waters and exquisite hotels - it is quite unlike anything else in Bali. Tee off on the fabulous 18-hole golf course or head to the Galleria Shopping Centre with its collection of fashion boutiques, specialty shops and restaurants.
Nusa Dua is a long way from traditional Balinese village life and offers a sanctuary in which to relax and be pampered, after a day on the golden shores linger over fine cuisine and savour a chilled drink under a blanket of stars.
The exquisite, private beaches of Nusa Dua are home to the elegant The St. Regis Bali Resort. Barefoot luxury is at the heart of the resort’s every offering; from the crystal blue saltwater lagoon to the swim-up cocktail bar. At the Children’s Learning Centre young minds will be stretched with programmes on topics such as dance, cuisine, music and food of traditional Bali origin.
Five-star luxury is bountiful in Nusa Dua, making it a great place to simply enjoy the relaxation of the beaches and the amenities of your resort. However, if something more active takes your fancy, head to the Taman Ayun Temple, while golfers will love playing 18 holes at one of the best courses on the island, or take a trip to Serangan Island with its turtle conservation areas.