The island of Nusa Penida off the coast of mainland Bali has endless charms to offer travelers and plenty of stunning nature destinations to visit.
The white sandy beach of Atuh Beach has generated much attention from local and international travelers, but there is also Diamond Beach.
At the entrance locket, travelers only pay a small fee of Rp 5,000 to enter both hidden beaches in Bali.
True to its name, the views from the karst landscape form the shape of a diamond, and to reach the white sandy part, travelers must go down a steep stone staircase equipped with railings.
When it comes to choosing which hidden beach in Bali to visit, Nusa Penida’s Diamond Beach is a more untouched version than its counterpart.
While Atuh Beach makes available colorful beach umbrellas, food stalls, and toilets, Diamond Beach is less about facilities and more about natural landscapes.
Since Diamond Beach closes at 6pm local time, it is recommended to visit the tourist destination from the morning where you can take in some breathtaking sunrise views.