Bali, IO – After an almost two-year freeze, thanks to the pandemic, tourism on Bali Island is gradually reviving. Both local and foreign tourists have begun to flock back to the Isle of the Gods for vacationing and rest & relaxation. One of the destinations that they all go to in the South of Bali is Melasti Beach in Ungasan, South Kuta, Badung Regency.
Melasti Beach is managed by the local Village Tribal Council of Ungasan. Previously, it was a hidden gem for foreign tourists, but local tourists in the know now go there too because it is very easy to access. Other than the smooth, wide Government road that makes it easy to reach it, Melasti boasts all of the necessary accoutrements of a seaside haven: a clean, garbage-free white sand beach, gentle waves and clear shallow waters that are relaxing for adults and safe for children to play in. Whether swimming or playing in the sand under the supervision of their guardian adults, the little ones will definitely have a great time. Entry ticket to the Beach is also affordable, at IDR 8,000.00 for adults and IDR 3,000.00 for children.
Melasti Beach is dotted with several beach clubs, including the Minoo Beach Club. The Club is named after the Persian word for “Paradise”. It has two areas: the upper area, a restaurant with rows of long wooden benches and tables; and a lower area that is comprised of a large swimming pool, floating junks and sun-beds & sofas, covered under pergolas with Balinese ijuk roofing and delicate net curtains.