Want to discover the ‘real’ Bali?

Want to discover the ‘real’ Bali?

If you’re looking to take the road less travelled, Jasri Beach offers you opportunity to enjoy Bali as it used to be.

Less than 2 hours drive from the city of Denpasar, yet miles away from the noisy nightclubs and hustle and bustle of the more popular tourist spots, Jasri beach is the ideal location to unwind, de-stress, and relax.

7 reasons why you’ll love the Jasri Beach area

7 reasons why you’ll love the Jasri Beach area

1. Space to Surf

It’s every surfer’s dream…

…set after set of consistently good, uncrowded waves
…no need to hire a boat to take you out beyond the reef
…no-one dropping in on your perfect wave

At Jasri Beach just can simply walk right out to an excellent left-hand break suitable for all levels of surfers…an uncrowded break that’s literally a short swim out from the shore.

Reef shoes are recommended as the black sand beach can be quite pebbly in parts.

2. Pristine white sand beach

If you’d prefer to just lie on a white sand beach where it’s easy to swim, Virgin Beach (also known as White Sand Beach) is a short 5 minute drive (there’s a small entry fee to park).

This stunning secluded kilometre-long stretch of pure white sand is well worth the short walk along a small track to access it.

On a clear day you might see Lombok and even Mount Rinjani.

If you eat or drink in the restaurants here then your chair and umbrella are free for the day.

Some restaurants also give you free snorkel rental and you can hire a boat for an hour if you’d like to explore the area more.

3. Stunning Water Palaces

Ujung Water Palace and Tirta Gangga Water Palace are a must-see destination for photographers or lovers of architecture and history.

Both of these water palaces were built by the late raja of Karangasem and they feature picturesque interconnecting large ponds and traditional Balinese and European architecture.

These water palaces are so incredibly beautiful many people choose to get married here.

4. Climb Mount Agung

Seeing the sun rise from the highest point in Bali is a once in a lifetime experience you’ll never forget!

Mount Agung is an active volcano and you’ll need to have a good level of fitness to climb it because it takes 3-5 hours of steep climbing in the dark to get there.

5. Visit Candi Dasa

Located approximately 15 minute’s drive from Jasri Beach, Candi Dasa is an uncrowded former fishing village.

It’s a great place to take a dive trip and dinner at Vincents is a must. Look out for the monthly Jazz nights.

6. Drive and Dive at Amed

Amed is small town well known for incredible diving and snorkelling, just under an hour’s drive from Jasri village.

The fantastic drive is nearly as spectacular as the diving, so make sure you take the coast road back, because it’s steep and rocky and memorable.

Stop off at Sails restaurant.  Great view and stunning view.  The entrance to the snorkelling spot is just past here.  You can hire masks and snorkels.

7. Explore the Liberty Wreck

Tulamben is the location of one of the most popular diving and snorkelling sites in Bali—the sunken wreck of the Liberty, a US Army Transport ship which was torpedoed by a Japanese submarine in 1942.

As well as the fantastic diving and snorkeling over the Liberty wreck, you might get very lucky and see a whale shark.

Our Cool Bali Villa in Jasri

Villa Jasri Point affords you a taste of the ‘real’ Bali, far away from the crowded tourists spots.

Surrounded by tropical gardens, Villa Jasri Point sleeps 6 people in 3 bedrooms and enjoys beachfront access and direct views to the Indian Ocean.

Villa Jasri offers you the best in relaxed Balinese indoor/outdoor tropical living and boasts your own personal pool, en-suite bathrooms, large living areas, modern kitchen.

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