KOMPAS.com – Kelingking Beach in Nusa Penida has been driving tourists into the small island due to its stunning water and unique attractions around the area.
Although Nusa Penida is relatively small, the island is near Indonesia’s renowned Bali and boasts several exotic beaches including Kelingking.
Tourists are more than happy to spend an hour waiting in line to have a photo taken at this famous tourist attraction in Indonesia.
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Kelingking Beach is not just one of the beaches in Nusa Penida as there are several interesting facts about this Nusa Penida destination that you must know.
Shapes like a pinkie finger
This Nusa Penida beach earned its name from the pinkie finger shape which begins at the entrance which sits on a cliff that extends into the ocean. This entry path mirrors a long corridor in the shape of a pinkie finger.
The sandy part of Kelingking Beach is on its western side which you can access by foot and through a couple of stairs that can be tiring for some travelers.
T-Rex or not?
Travelers are bound to get some spectacular views from the peak of the Nusa Penida beach overlooking Paluang Cliff or also known as Karang Dawa.