Kelingking Beach, a Beautiful Natural Attraction in Bali

Bali is an island in Indonesia which is rich in natural beauty, especially its pristine beaches which are very beautiful, one of which is Kelingking Beach

You must visit this tourist destination because apart from the beautiful scenery, there are also many unique things you cannot find on other beaches.

Therefore, let's look at this article to get complete information about this beautiful Kelingking beach.

Location of Kelingking

The beach named after the smallest finger (little finger) is located on the island of Bali, more precisely on a small island called Nusa Penida. The address is in Karang Dawa Hamlet, particularly in Nusa Penida District.

The location of this beach is not far from the Paluang temple, which is quite famous among the Hindu community in Bali. 

If you need to know the direction or get lost when you want to go to Kelingking beach, then ask residents for the name Karang Dawa beach because this name is better known by the local community.

Even though it is located on a small island, this beach has earned the nickname hidden paradise in Bali. 

Because the beauty of the stunning Kelingking beach is still rarely known by tourists, this Kelingking beach is highly recommended for those looking for tranquility with a beautiful and peaceful natural atmosphere.

Route to Kelingking Beach

Access to Kelingking Beach is actually easy. If you are departing from Bali, then use sea transportation. You can take a speed or fast boat from the Sanur beach pier because this pier is the closest to the tourist center in Bali.

From the Sanur pier to Kelingking Beach usually takes 35 - 40 minutes. You can also start from Buyuk pier, but it's a little longer, about 45 minutes of travel.

Once you arrive on the island, you can rent a car or join your own tour package. When you arrive at the tourist location, you only need to pay parking fees without being charged an entry fee.

The Uniqueness of Kelingking

Kelingking Beach, Nusa Penida, apart from the exotic scenery, also has myriad of amazing uniqueness. This uniqueness will make you feel more at home and fall in love with this beach in Nusa Penida. Here is the uniqueness:  

1. Hills Like Little Fingers

When you enter the door to a tourist spot, your eyes will be spoiled with hills that line up neatly to form like a little finger. This is the icon for this beautiful Kelingking Beach. This is where the beach is named Kelingking. 

2.  The Love Tree

One of the other unique things on this Kelingking Beach is the love tree. The naming of this love tree is not because the tree is heart-shaped. It will start with couples taking pre-wedding photos under the tree. then followed by other pairs.

3. T-Rex Cliffs

The cliffs around Kelingking Beach are unique in shape. The local community calls it the Paluang Cliff, also known as Karang Dawa. If you look at this cliff from above, it will look like the shape of a lying whale.

In addition, many tourists say the shape is very similar to the neck of the Tyrannosaurus Rex (T-Rex). Until now, this cliff is popular with the T-Rex-shaped cliff. Surely you will not find this kind of phenomenon anywhere else.

4. Recognized by the World

Kelingking Beach was quite famous on the world stage in 2018 and 2019. Visitors boom when the holidays arrive. According to CNN Travel, this beach ranks 9th as the most beautiful beach in Asia. Meanwhile, Tripadvisor stated that Kelingking Beach is the 2nd best beach in Asia and 19th in the world.

The best time to visit the hidden paradise on Nusa Penida is around 7 am because during the morning hours, the visitors are still quiet, and the atmosphere on the beach is still fresh.

That's interesting information about Kelingking Beach as a natural tourist spot you must visit. Make sure you come with loved ones to make the holidays more enjoyable. Contact us on Nusa Penida Private Tour to get our best offer.

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