Nusa Dua Travel Guide

Nusa Dua is the place to stay if you want a relaxing holiday in Western luxury, lazing around by the pool, on the beach or enjoying water sports. Nusa Dua travel guide. Up until the early 1980’s the beachfront was completely empty, then the Nusa Dua Beach Hotel opened in 1983, and others followed soon after. Nusa Dua is well laid-out, with wide avenues and bicycle and jogging tracks linking the different hotels.

The area does have a few drawbacks, however, namely its isolation from the rest of Bali. Nusa Dua is situated on Bukit Peninsula some 20 km from Kuta and the airport. Another problem is that food and drink in the hotels is rather expensive, and there is little choice outside. The Mandara Toll Road passing over Benoa Bay that links Nusa Dua with the airport, Kuta and Sanur was opened in 2015.

Other moderately priced shops and restaurants are on Jalan Pantai Mengiat in Bualu village. The sellers at the souvenir, clothing and art shops on Jalan Pantai Mengiat will expect you to bargain. For bargaining tips see the Bargaining section near the front of this website.



Nusa Dua

Siloam Medical Centre

Kawasan BTDC, Block D,

Tel. 361. 3000 911

SOS Clinic

Jln Raya Uluwatu, Nusa Dua

Tel. 361. 703 377



BIMC Hospital

Jln Bypass Ngurah Rai No. 100X

(cnr Jln Sunset, at the Simpang Siur roundabout and underpass)

Tel. 361. 761 263

Siloam Hospital

Jln Sunset No. 818, Kuta

Tel. 361 779 900

International SOS Bali Clinic

Jln Bypass Ngurah Rai No.505X

(on Sanur side of Simpang Siur roundabout and underpass)

Tel. 361. 710505


911 Dental

Jln Bypass Ngurah Rai, Kuta

(near BIMC Siloam Hospital)


Police Nusa Dua

Jln Bypass Ngurah Rai Nusa Dua, Benoa

Tel. 361. 722 110

 Main Police Station

Polsek Kuta

Jln Kuta-Tuban/ cnr Jln Kediri ( on the airport side of Kuta)

Tel. 361. 751 598

Police Denpasar

Polresta Denpasar

Jln Gunung Sanghyang No.110, North Denpasar

Tel. 361. 844 8902


Nusa Dua is the up-market tourist area of Bali. The area follows the beach from Tanjung Benoa at the northern end, to the central roundabout, then southwards towards the Bukit Peninsula.

There are now several dozen up-market hotels in Nusa Dua, with the room rates ranging from $100 to over $1,000 per night.

As you reach the central roundabout when you arrive at Nusa Dua, straight ahead of you are the Nusa Dua Beach Hotel, Westin and Sofitel.

Heading northwards towards Tanjung Benoa along Jalan Pratama are Club Med, the Melia, Conrad, Aston, Grande Mirage and the Novotel.

Heading south from the Westin is the Sheraton Laguna, Innya Putri Bali, Melia, Ayodya Resort and the Mulia.



Apart from the restaurants and cafes at the hotels, there are some restaurants along Jalan Pratama, which runs from the central roundabout northwards towards Tanjung Benoa village.

For a variety of more budget-priced restaurants, head to the commercial area of Jalan Pantai Mengiat in the nearby village of Bualu. Here the atmosphere is more like other parts of Bali.



There is a large Pertamina petrol station on the By-pass between Kuta and the airport.

Bemo from Nusa Dua to Kuta and Denpasar

The blue 12-seater bemo mini-bus operates from Pasar Sentral Terminal at Bualu to Kuta and Denpasar. On the side of the bemo is written: ‘Tegal Kuta Bualu’. The normal fare from Bualu to Kuta is Rp 8,000 and Bualu to Tegal Terminal in Denpasar is Rp 10,000.



 Hardy’s Nusa Dua Plaza is located on the main road leading to Nusa Dua,, Jalan Bypass Ngurah Rai, between the Mandara Toll Road entry/exit and Jalan Pratama, outside the main entrance.

Bali Collection Shopping Centre features 36 fashion shops, 10 art and craft shops and 16 specialty shops. There is a day spa, pharmacy, restaurants and a food court area.

Sogo Department Store is next to the Bali Collection shopping complex.

Art and clothing shops on Jalan Pantai Mengiat – bargaining necessary.