A Surreal Experience of Its Shores' Beauty
Canggu Beach, one of Bali's many beaches, was recently ranked 39th on CNN's "World's 100 Best Beaches" list. Canggu is located in the village of Canggu in North Kuta, Badung District, adjacent to Legian Beach. Canggu boasts a long stretch of black sand beach with world-famous surf. Canggu Beach, which was chosen for its barreling waves as well as the beauty of its coastlines, held the Indonesia Surfing Championship (ISC) in 2004. Tiers of lush green rice paddies may be seen on the opposite side of the blue surf, where flocks of birds gather to soar over or roost. This panoramic picture is rarely seen on other beaches, making it a one-of-a-kind experience for those who see it.
Sunsets in Canggu, Bali, can be a magical experience.
Don't forget to savor the grilled corn while you watch the sun gently go below the horizon. Canggu is still a rural location where you may experience the simple way of life in a Balinese village. For those looking for more interesting nightlife and shopping, it's simply a 25-minute drive to the famed Tanah Lot temple and a 20-minute drive to Seminyak. Canggu's facilities are still being improved, but there are now a variety of hotels, villas, restaurants, and cafes to spoil any tourist.
Canggu Beach is 18 kilometers from the city of Denpasar and 45 minutes by vehicle from Bali's Ngurah Rai International Airport. It will take only 20 minutes to drive from Kuta Beach to the town of Krobokan. Then turn left until you reach ricefields that stretch all the way to the water's edge.
Canggu is located 25 minutes north of Seminyak and halfway between Seminyak and Tanah Lot. It is recommended that you rent a car or make arrangements for your hotel to pick you up from the airport