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About Sanur

Savour the Sandy Coastline of Sanur

Situated on the southeastern end Indonesia’s island of Bali, Sanur is one of the area’s first beach resorts. Before Sanur boosted Indonesian tourism, there were only three hotels on the island. The moment you step into the town, you’ll see why this beautiful destination continues to captivate visitors year after year.

Sanur is more of a place to relax and recharge than party. One of the best aspects of this town is that it’s rarely overcrowded. However, Sanur is also far from boring, and there is plenty of entertainment and livelihood to enjoy.

Rich in history, Sanur features five stunning kilometres of coastline, where you’ll likely spot the town’s iconic and colourful fishing boats. When the skies are clear, you can spot Nusa Penida Island and Mount Agung from the beach.

Choose Spring or Summer to Avoid Sanur’s Monsoon Season

It’s best to visit Sanur from May to September, as the rest of the months are considered monsoon season. However, despite the rain and unpredictable Bali weather during that time, the Christmas and Easter holidays is when the island peaks for tourism.

There’s More to Explore Beyond the Beaches of Sanur

While a dip in the turquoise waters is a definite do on a trip to Sanur, there is much more to this town than you think.

The main street of the city, Jl Danau Tamblingan, lies just behind the beachfront resorts. Here, you will find many shops, restaurants and bars.

Outdoors-enthusiasts will love the long-stretching paved coastal path is a great place for a stroll or bike ride. In addition, the Bali Orchid Gardens, located just a few kilometres north of the city, are worth spending some time in.

If you’re an art lover, make sure to pay a visit to Museum Le Mayeur, which is the ex-home of Adrien Jean Le Mayeur de Merpres, a famous Belgian artist. His best works are featured here. Afterwards, make sure to check out the beach art market, which is hosted nearby the museum.

For a unique and unforgettable experience, stroll through though the Taman Festival Bali, an abandoned amusement park. This modern ghost town is quite popular with photographers and general visitors, and its ambience is said to be bewitching.

Sanur Villas and Resorts are Truly Exquisite

Bali and Sanur accommodation is largely well-known for the luxurious beach resorts. Among others, the Fairmont SanurBeach Bali is considered one of the top spots to stay on the seafront.

As an alternative to the multitude of beachside Sanur hotels, private and serviced villa resorts have been becoming more of a go-to for visitors. If you’re looking for a once-in-a-lifetime experience, you won’t regret booking a villa.

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Sanur Beach, Sanur, 80361, Indonesia

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