Bali is known as the “Island of the Gods”, it is one of the most wonderful islands in Southeast Asia. The island is relatively small but always vibrant by water sports, especially surfing is very popular. So where is it suitable for beginners to practice surfing and where will be suitable for professional surfers? Here Phuotvivu would like to suggest the best surfing spots in Bali for your reference.
Padang Padang is a small beach located in southern Bali, Bukit. The beach is suitable for both novice surfers and professional surfers. For beginners, they will surf the waves from 1 to 2 meters high. This beach is known by many people to be more crowded than other beaches.
The best time to surf here is from May to October. In addition, in Padang Padang regularly takes place Rip Curl surfing contest held in July every year. Surely there will be many professional surfing repertoire waiting for you to see it!
Uluwatu is one of the most famous places in Bali, as this is the second most important island in Bali. This place is often sought after by professional surfers, as the waves in the dry season can be over 4 meters high.
Next to a temple is a village with lots of bars, including the popular form of bar Single Fin. From the location of the cafe, you can see the artistic image of the professional surfer and especially the Uluwatu sunset which is something very different, it is incredibly attractive and magical.
After twenty minutes of walking through rugged winding roads and occasionally encumbered by animals, you will reach Balangan Beach. Contrary to Uluwatu and Padang Padang, Balangan is a very suitable beach for surfing and swimming in one day.
The average wave here is about 3.5 meters, this is a good place for average players. The great thing about Balangan is that you can chat with a lot of locals here along with small eateries lined up along the coast. Here you can buy a full share of satay fried rice for less than two dollars. Just enjoying the food while watching the sunset is great when coming to Balangan.