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Blue Lagoon Beach

Next to main Padangbai Beach, Manggis, Indonesia
+62 852-3710-0107
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Impressive!

This place is really awe inspiring! We didn't see any cliff jumping and I can't even imagine people... read more

Reviewed yesterday
A TripAdvisor Member
via mobile
Great Place for Scuba Diving (Beginners)

First Scuba diving was held in blue lagoon (Padangbai beach) from padang bai you need to take a... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
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  • Excellent18%
  • Very good36%
  • Average23%
  • Poor10%
  • Terrible13%
Travellers talk about
“nice beach” (12 reviews)
“blue water” (7 reviews)
“snorkel gear” (6 reviews)
LOCATION
Next to main Padangbai Beach, Manggis, Indonesia
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+62 852-3710-0107
Reviews (402)
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This place is really awe inspiring! We didn't see any cliff jumping and I can't even imagine people jumping into the sea here. The waves were huge!! Really beautiful at sunset!

Reviewed 6 days ago

First Scuba diving was held in blue lagoon (Padangbai beach) from padang bai you need to take a boat going to blue lagoon for about 1-2 minutes. Its a nice shallow water 5-8 meters deep. Nice beach but it didn't catch my attention as i...More

Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Such a same , very dirty not helped by the 2 restaurants over looking sweeping all there rubbish onto the beach. After picking up 2 bags of rubbish and trying to leave with them they refused and said leave on beach as we will burn...More

Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Probably better at high tide. We chose to go without fins (mistake!) and got caught at the point and started to wash out into deeper water. We had to be rescued by one of the dice boats. It is a very pretty bay but fish...More

Reviewed 28 May 2017

we found this place a little too late in the day as the tide was low and access from the beach was treacherous. little café was ok too. a few of the usual offers of massage, goods are here too, be ready for pressure sales

Reviewed 26 May 2017 via mobile

Easily accessible beach, after parking your car it is a quick walk down some stairs to the beach. There is one warung where you can rent sunbeds or can have something to eat. The colour of the water is very beautiful. Clean, many shades of...More

Reviewed 24 May 2017 via mobile

As the name suggests, the water is very blue. Good for snorkelling. There are a few warungs to choose from to hire snorkels, sun loungers and also to get lunch.

Reviewed 21 May 2017

If you are in or near Padang Bai, make a stop to Blue Lagoon Beach. The village locals are obviously proud that they have the beach which attracts tourists and you do have to pay for your deck chair and then will find that someone...More

Reviewed 19 May 2017 via mobile

Out of the way but very beautiful place, except there seemed to be a fair bit of rubbish around. Great for snorkelling, you see a lot of different small species of fish and some coral. Lovely clear water, although the swell can be strong.

Reviewed 9 May 2017

Oh dear the long walk in the heat, lovely beach and little stalls, but my wife fell in the sand from the force of the waves and we had to struggle home. Good beach, bad walk

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Questions & Answers
MKP5456
14 February 2017
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Response from Jaakko_Karhu | Reviewed this property
I think not, didn't see any life jackets to lend around the beach. Maybe you could try to ask in the town of Pandang bay.
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Aveen C
3 February 2017
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Response from Sselina | Reviewed this property
We rented scooters for less than £50 for 10 days and travelled around Bali but you could bargain with a cab driver or they do regular transport spots from kuta
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