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Kintamani Lake

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Benoa Harbour

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Sunrise at Kintamani

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Sunset at Tanah Lot

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Jimbaran Bay

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Local Fishermen

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Water Blow in Nusa Dua

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Lake in Bedugul

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Ulundanu Temple

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Uluwatu Temple

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Beratan Lake

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Mount Agung

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Traditional Fisherman's Boats

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Sunrise

The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali is located within the exclusive Nusa Dua enclave and is surrounded by some of the island’s finest conference facilities. This secluded area accessed through a private security gate and exceeds all expectations as a world-class tourist destination.

Tropical coral reefs protect the magnificent beaches of Nusa Dua, creating an idyllic environment for a wide variety of water sports and activities. Beautifully manicured gardens surround the hotels, shopping gallery, restaurants, and bars.

Explore and discover our surroundings. We’re just 10 kilometers from Ngurah Rai (Denpasar) International Airport (DPS) and 25 minutes from the lively Kuta, Legian, and Seminyak districts.

Kuta and Legian are Bali’s main tourist areas, bustling with colorful market stalls, shops, restaurants, and bars. Seminyak is an extension of Kuta and Legian, yet it has retained a charming, contemporary, upscale appeal.

Ubud is considered the heart of Bali’s cultural tourism. It is a charming village pulsating with vibrant art, crafts, music, and dance. Located on the gentle slopes that lead up to the island’s central mountains, Ubud offers a picturesque countryside and flowing river valleys.

Besakih is Bali’s holy “Mother Temple,” located almost 1,000 meters up to the side of Mount Agung. It is actually a complex of separate temples for different Balinese clans to worship within. Visitors, however, are only permitted to observe prayer activities from outside the temple if they are not Hindu.

Uluwatu is a dramatic temple complex perched on a rocky cliff face of the island’s southern peninsula, with a sheer drop and amazing views over the ocean. Meanwhile, Tanah Lot is one of Bali’s most important sea temples, built on a small islet of rock by a wandering priest as a shrine dedicated to the pure splendor of the natural environment.

Sanur is a sleepy resort village with a beachfront sheltered by a coral reef. Although Sanur has embraced tourism, it still maintains its traditional community roots.