Bingin

Beach Cafe view, Photo Thanks to Emiliano Cataldi
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Bali’s shortest, most makeable tuberide, best at mid to low tides. Remember to pull off before the inside sucks dry. 

Bingin used to be “the last secret spot” in Bali, but now there is a paved road from Pecatu right to the cliff, and a string of thatch-roof warungs lining the beach, offering food, iced drinks, massage and souvenirs. Plus some great value losmen and Villas along the clifftop and beach from Padang to Bingin to Dreamland. 

Unfortunately Bingin’s tight take-off zone gets crowded very easily, with any more than 10 surfers, so try to encourage other surfers to take turns, and respect the local kids who surf here.

Our #1 Recommendation for Bingin

It's definitely worth the $5 a day for TRAVEL INSURANCE to avoid having to pay $50,000 for an Emergency Flight if you get badly injured on the sharp coral reefs or crazy roads.

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Top Travel Tips

Teach yourself Indonesian

Learning the Indonesian language can be a relatively easy affair. Compared with English, the structure of Indonesian is far simpler. However, deciding where to get started can be a problem, so here are a few hints:

Don’t try to learn too much all at once.  Just a few words and sentences each day, so it will be easier to remember.

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