Dreamland Beach

Dreamland Beach Is a Surfer's Dream

Dreamland Beach is one of the ‘hidden’ beaches of Bali, featuring stretches of white sand secluded by limestone cliffs that line the rugged coastline of the southern Bukit Peninsula.

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If you are good at surfing, this beach will surely keep you entertained with it’s great waves. Not a surfer? Relax with a Bali massage by local professional masseurs, who charge a fairly low price. Some small shops can be found and beach peddlers are still roaming around offering cold soft drinks and Bintangs.

There is no entrance fee, but only a car parking fee which costs IDR 15,000.

Dreamland can be reached within an hour from Kuta and Seminyak area. Transport is relatively easy to get here as it is quite popular and touristy, there are resorts nearby (the nearest one is Klapa Resort). Just open your GRAB app and book yourself a ride.

Or you can book your private Bali Buddies driver to take you there.

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