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Gunung Payung Beach

Kutuh Village, Kuta Selatan, Indonesia
+62 812-3814-0754
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Perfect!

If you like a beach where not too crowded, I guess this is the right choice! I love this beach... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Desyane A
Hidden treasure

Unlike its neighbor to the right, GP as we call it for short, is a lot less busy, a lot smaller, a... read more

Reviewed 7 March 2018
jotstar
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“hidden beach” (8 reviews)
“white sand” (4 reviews)
“nusa dua” (5 reviews)
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Kutuh Village, Kuta Selatan, Indonesia
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+62 812-3814-0754

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

If you like a beach where not too crowded, I guess this is the right choice! I love this beach, because not so many people come. No teens hipster (alay) come. Only several tourists were surfing and sunbathing. The sand and the water are so...More

Thank Desyane A
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Reviewed 7 March 2018 via mobile

Unlike its neighbor to the right, GP as we call it for short, is a lot less busy, a lot smaller, a good few stairs to get up & down but so worth it! It is a spectacular beach to visit! It is intimate, secluded...More

Thank jotstar
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Reviewed 23 February 2018 via mobile

There is entrance fees 8k per adults and 5k for parking fees. You need to walk down a staircase ...roughly about 100 steps to reach the beach. The wave is high and saw people surfing and swimming. It is not crowded.

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Reviewed 22 January 2018 via mobile

Great for nature tripping and swimming. Clean beach and easy to travel, you can hire cars in Bali to go there or include it in your trip and tour. A must see and to go when your in Bali. Breathtking view from above and you...More

Thank calorie_dg
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Reviewed 15 January 2018

This beach is also adjacent to the Geger Beach. Just 30-45 minutes to get to this beach. The clean sand and blue sea-stretching is very beautiful for long time on this beach. There is little effort to get to this beach from the parking lot...More

Thank Grand_Dion
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Reviewed 12 January 2018

Came here in the afternoon so the heat was on its peak. We used the route from the east because we were visiting Nusa Dua beaches on the east side. We kind of regretted that because a part of the path there was really off-road,...More

Thank Chrys23
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Reviewed 3 August 2017

Looking for beaches in Bali, is a must. And looking for a beach, that you can enjoy privately, or well, max of 15-20 people is quite rare nowadays. We finally went to this Pantai Gunung Payung. But to go down to the beach, you will...More

Thank Fanny H
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Reviewed 11 July 2017 via mobile

I say sort of hidden because IT is hidden in the sense it is located down from a cliff top but in fact the way down to the beach is a well cemented stairwell already. The stairs are quite steep so may not be suitable...More

Thank barryjap
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Reviewed 18 June 2017 via mobile

Came here several times (4 or 5times) with friends, family, and couple. Quite a number of stairs but not as much as Green bowl or Nyang nyang though - half of it. The view is just breathtaking. Crystal clear water, there's like a cave as...More

2  Thank thywanderlust
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Reviewed 2 June 2017 via mobile

I partly agree with BUGI_70. When I came to the beach it was clean enough. On that time the admission fee was free. The way toward to the beach was full of lime stone we walked to reach the beach.The distance betwen the parking area...More

1  Thank Adi P
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