Photo: Crystal waters.

Accommodation

Nusa Ceningan

Nusa Ceningan has been relatively booming in the past few years, with at least five places worth mentioning to stay at now. You'll get great views, but unless you're happy to stay put and chill, your own transport will be necessary to get around easily.


Secret Point Huts
Flashpacker - 150,000 to 400,000 Rp
Western tip of Nusa Ceningan
T: (8289) 760 8786

This brand new place as at July 2011 won't be a secret for too long. Ideally placed on the cliff behind the Secret Point surf break, this has a bunch of lumbungs running back from the small restaurant and layabout area. Either a very small pool or a rather deep fishpond was underway (we're hoping for the former) and really, that is the only thing missing from this beautiful though very isolated... Read our full review of Secret Point Huts.

Jenny's Place
Flashpacker - 150,000 to 400,000 Rp
Western tip of Nusa Ceningan
T: (081) 855 9084

Jenny’s Place, with just three spacious wooden bungalows and two bedrooms in a modern house, is refreshingly old school Bali with a few comforts thrown in and magnificent views and access to Secrets, one of the best surf breaks in the Lembongan/Ceningan/Penida cluster of islands off the east coast of Bali. The view upon arriving. We took the two bungalows to the right when facing the ocean,... Read our full review of Jenny's Place.

 Le Pirate Beach Club Hotel
Midrange - 400,000 to 1,000,000 Rp
Nusa Ceningan
T: (0361) 741 6833

Stylish, small and by the sea: Le Pirate Beach Club is a cute little new offering on Nusa Ceningan that makes a lovely place to relax for a few days if space isn’t high on your list of priorities. Dingle dangle. This resort shows that you don’t have to be big and flashy to be comfortable, with tiny, quite well designed bungalows that encourage you, really, to hang out on their (also little)... Read our full review of Le Pirate Beach Club Hotel.

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Where to next?

Where are you planning on heading to after Nusa Ceningan? Here are some spots commonly visited from here, or click here to see a full destination list for Indonesia.


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