Ceningan island, Lembongan, Nusapenida, Klungkung Regency, Bali, Indonesia
What's not to love! This island is devine... the views are lovely but different because you are looking over to another island. There are some nice bars with good music and a good selection of food. The tourists are from all over the world... not just Australia, so quite different from the rest of Bali.
Rough roads but great scenery well worth exploring on a scooter.
Very chill island off of Nusa Lembongan. The roads are not the best, very bumpy. We tried to drive around the island, but the roads were too rough to do it. Some gorgeous view points on parts that we did drive through. Lots of beach clubs to drop by for drinks and food. The yellow bridge is the o Ly way to the island and for motor bikes and pedestrians only.
Nusa Ceningan is a small island located between Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Penida, south of Bali, in Indonesia. It lies on the southern side of the Strait of Badung. There is a notable surf break off Nusa Ceningan which attracts some surfers away from the more crowded breaks on Nusa Lembongan. The island offers some scenic roads and paths, and the westward views back over Nusa Lembongan to Bali are impressive. Viewing the sunset over Bali from the central Ceningan ridge is very much worth the effort. The estuarine channel between Lembongan and Ceningan is home to many seaweed farms and pristine mangrove forests. Nusa Ceningan has been slowly growing in popularity since 2009. Adventurous travelers cross the yellow bridge in search of new destinations. Several resorts and hotels have open doors in the recent years. From the look out point to the new zipline over the lagoon, this is becoming a fun island to explore and spend a few days. A key tourist attraction is the Mahana cliff jump. This is located on the south easterly side of Nusa Ceningan at Mahana Point Bar. The bar manages two diving platforms at 5 and 13 meters. Jumping is only permitted when the tide is high enough.
A small, beautiful and full of live island in Bali, totally worth it to visit in one day combined with Lembongan (1 and a half days in total). Cool places to eat, see the sunset and enjoy while exploring with a motorbike. The roads are not too bad and people is really nice around the area, they will always help you.