Good morning travelers, how was your trip? today I would like to deliver an information about Hidden beach in Bali that you must to visit. This beach called Suluban beach, or popularly known by Blue Point Beach. Suluban Beach is one of Bali’s most unique coasts, concealed by natural limestone formations and accessed via steps and log ramps through narrow gaps in the rock. Canopied by a looming cliff face, this small beach may not be ideal for sunbathers, but serves pro surfers well as a base to paddle out and ride adjacent reef breaks, including around Uluwatu, just to the south.
Well Guys, this beach is also recommended for you who really love surfing. This beach is also popular being a Surf Point in Bali. When you visit this beach you will park at the roadside, right before the flight of stairs down to the beach. Parking fees are IDR 5,000 for bikes and IDR 15,000 for cars. From the Parking area you will need to endure a 10-minute walk down a flight of concrete steps. However, you won’t immediately find the beach at the end. Pass rows of locally-run cafés (serving cold Bintangs, light bites and ‘surfer snacks’ including local favourite ‘nasi campur’), surfboard rentals and art shops, with the Single Fin Bar up on your right, and you’ll eventually find the main beach entrance – down a narrow crag.
On the way to find the beautiful beach you will find mini caves that you can explore and even claim as a ‘resting spot’ for the day, and which also lead to different sections of the beach. The best time for visiting Suluban or Blue Point Beach is during the low tide, which reveals more spaces and accessible sandy paths, together with tide pools which you and your friends can have a pleasurable soak in. Surfers come and go, high tide or low, with the prized breaks being only a short paddle out.