Nusa Penida Treehouse

Nusa Penida Treehouse (Rumah Pohon)

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This is the most famous Airbnb on the whole island: Nusa Penida Treehouse, also known as Rumah Pohon. The Airbnb is, as the name suggests, tree houses in which you can sleep with a fantastic view of the sea, many cliffs, gorges and the hills of Nusa Penida.

Unfortunately, the Airbnb is often fully booked and you cannot sleep here. But no worries, you can also visit this cool spot without an overnight stay and just enjoy the beautiful view and the various tree houses on this site! You can buy a ticket at the parking lot and then you can just walk around and look around. You can just climb the stairs of the tree house, even if it feels very strange to do, because you know that this is just someone’s accommodation. A little further up from the tree houses you will find a mini temple with a beautiful view. This viewpoint is often referred to as Thousand Island viewpoint.

Are you on time and do you manage to book an overnight stay. Then you have 100% the most beautiful sunrise and sunset ever.

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Broken Beach

Broken Beach and Bay, Nusa Penida

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Broken Beach or Bay is a unique attraction, it is a cool rock formation that you will find on Nusa Penida. A hole has been punched in the rocks, creating a natural bridge, which you can walk over. It is beautifully impressive natural phenomenon. They also call it Pasir Uug. The sea here is clear blue in color. Unfortunately you cannot swim here most of the year, the sea is much too rough for that. But walking around and taking pictures is the best here.

Be prepared for a grueling journey if you want to go to Broken Beach. Many locals joke: “Oooh you go to Broken Beach? Then you have to take the Broken Road!”. The road is poorly maintained and driving on it is very bumpy. Broken Beach is less than a 5-minute walk from Angel’s Billabong, so you can combine those two sights perfectly.

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Kelingking Beach

Kelingking Beach and Viewpoint, Nusa Penida

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One of the most famous places of Nusa Penida is Kelingking Beach and viewpoint. From the Kelingking viewpoint you can see the beach below with beautiful rocks around it.It is also called T-Rex beach: if you look closely, the rocks resemble the head of the dinosaur and you can also see two short arms. The Kelingking viewpoint is the busiest attraction on Nusa Penida and it is unfortunately noticeable that it is a real Instagram spot. In some places there are even queues for a photo.

From the viewpoint you can choose to descend to the beach via the stairs. The beach below is incredibly beautiful, but the walk to the beach can be dangerous. The full hike down to Kelingking Beach takes 40 to 60 minutes. In addition, swimming is often not recommended because of the current.

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Diamond Beach

Diamond Beach, Nusa Penida

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Diamond Beach is one of the most beautiful beaches in Nusa Penida. Diamond Beach is a beach, as every beach should be: super white sand, clear blue sea and is completely surrounded by high cliffs and green palm trees.

Keep in mind! You are not quick and easy on this beautiful beach. From the beautiful viewpoint, you can go down a steep staircase. At the beginning you have to go down an easy endless staircase along the cliffs, but at the end you have to climb more and really hold on to ropes. Be careful here, dangerous situations can arise due to the crowds.

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Melaka River Cruise

Melaka River Cruise

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Melaka River, or Malacca River, is a very beautiful sight. But its appeal isn’t just physical. Rond om de rivier speelt de geschiedenis een gigantische rol. The Melaka River was used by the Portuguese in the 16th century to conquer and take over the city. The historic city of Malacca is divided in two by the Melaka River – Red Square on one side and Chinatown on the other.

The river is flanked by several beautiful structures that can be seen from the cruise, including the Dutch Square (or Red Square), traditional villages, and other tourist attractions. The cruise also passes under several ancient bridges that connect the two banks of the river, including a footbridge similar to Venice’s Rialto Bridge.

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Christ Church Melaka

Christ Church Melaka

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The Christ Church Melaka, is one of the most recognizable landmarks of this breathtaking Malaysian city. The church stands on Dutch Square, the center of Dutch power during their rule in the city.

Christ Church Melaka is Malaysia’s oldest functioning Protestant church. While the construction began in 1741, it was not completed until 1753. Before it was built, the Dutch living in the town used the old church at the top of St. Paul’s Hill.

Like most buildings on Dutch Square, Christ Church was built to Dutch standards. It has high, massive walls and columns, a rectangular plan, Dutch roof tiles and granite plinths, all of which would be hallmarks of 18th-century Dutch colonial architecture. The floors are covered with granite blocks and the walls are made of Dutch bricks.

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Bars and hotspots

Bars and hotspots in Canggu

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Canggu is full of trendy hotspots, nice eateries and cozy beach bars. You can enjoy music, a beer or a delicious cocktail here any time of the day.

If you want to try everything, you can take quite a bit of time, because one hip hotspot after another is popping up in Canggu. From taco bars to nice restaurants where you can order poké bowls, you don’t have to miss the latest culinary trends during your stay in Canggu. But in addition to all the hip beach bars and restaurants, there are also plenty of places where you can enjoy the tastiest dishes from the local kitchen for a low price.

Some of the best bars to enjoy are: The Lawn, Cafe del Mar, Finns Beach Club, Cabina Bali, Old Mans, Black Sand Brewery, The Vault and La Brisa.

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Go or learn to surf

Go to surf in Canggu

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Canggu is known for surfing! You cannot go to Canggu (the surfers paradise) without booking a surf lesson. Surfing is one of the most popular activities here.

Batu Bolong Beach, Echo Beach and Berawa Beach are the best beaches for surfing. Everywhere they rent boards or you can choose to book a surf lesson at one of the many surf schools. The best time of day to surf is usually early in the morning or at the end of the day.

As a beginner you can go to Canggu Beach at Old Man’s. Can you surf yet? Then of course just rent your own board and dive into the sea.

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Gunung Kawi

Gunung Kawi Temple

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The Gunung Kawi is an archaeological area in Bali. The temple is one of the most beautiful temples around Ubud. It is the oldest, largest and most revered place in Bali.

Located in a lush green valley along the steep banks of the Pakerisan River, the 11th century Gunung Kawi consists of 10 candi or shrines carved into niches of a large rock wall. Around the temples, the whole area is surrounded by beautiful rice fields.

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