Kamuela Villas & Suites Sanur is located 11 km away from Ngurah Rai International Airport. There are many art shops, galleries, and a local restaurant located within walking distance.

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Sanur Beach

Sanur Beach

Sanur is a coastal stretch of beach of Denpasar city of southeast Bali, about 30 minutes' drive from Ngurah Rai International Airport. Traditional fishing boats can be seen on the beach of Sanur offering a scenic view of the island Nusa Penida.

Bali Orchid Garden

This beautifully landscaped Orchid Garden is situated within the green belt close to Sanur, Bali. The hectare of landscaped tropical gardens provides a peaceful, relaxing environment where exquisite orchids bloom throughout the year. The botanical garden is open for individual tourists, tour groups and private functions.

Le Mayeur Museum

Le Mayeur Museum

Le Mayeur Museum is a memorial museum mainly housing the artworks and personal history of painter Adrien-Jean Le Mayeur de Merpres—a Brussels-born artist who was impressed by the shores of Sanur and dedicated his entire life there to the two things he loved the most: the arts and women. Before deciding to spend his life in Bali, Le Mayeur had already traveled around the world. Sacrificing his travels to pursue his love of arts, he found himself enamored of the exotic scent of frangipani and a certain bare-breasted Legong danced, his wife and muse, Ni Pollok.

Matahari Terbit Beach

Matahari Terbit Beach is located in the Sanur area. As the name implies, this beach presents the beauty of nature with the rising of the sun. Many people are willing to come from dawn to be able to enjoy the stunning view of the sunrise.

This beach is on one coastline with Sanur Beach, Sindu Beach, and Mertasari Beach. However, unlike other beaches, the sun beach only contains a neatly arranged rock and made as a barrier to this beach.

This beach is a 15-minute drive from Kamuela Villas & Suites Sanur.

Nusa Lembongan & Nusa Penida Island

Nusa Lembongan & Nusa Penida Island

Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Penida is a small island off the southeast coast of the main island of Bali. Quickly becoming one of Bali’s most popular attractions, this island paradise is a world away from the hassle and hectic pace of South Bali. Neither hawkers nor traffic mar the magnificent scenery; this is a fine place to just put your feet up and relax. The main activities include surfing, diving, and snorkeling. The water is some of the clearest you will find anywhere, and a vivid aqua blue.

Nusa Penida Island has a larger area larger than Lembongan Island that will be more suitable as tourist attractions. On this island, there are 24 points of tourist attractions that can be accessed by tourists, such as Kelingking beach, Broken Beach, Pasih Uug, Atuh Beach and Crystal Bay. To access this island, you can go through several ports such as Padang Bai or Matahari Terbit.

Nusa Lembongan has many interesting places for tourists to visit such as very exotic white sand beaches, unique natural and artificial caves, challenging sea cliffs, swamps full of mangrove trees, and many other interesting places. Famous tourist attractions on Lembongan Island include Tebing Cliffs, Mushroom Bay, Panorama Point, Asam Nusa Lembongan Beach, Underground Houses in Gala Gala Cave and Yellow Bridge that connects Lembongan Island and Ceningan Island. Lembongan Island is one of the best dive sites in Bali, you can do diving or snorkeling to see the stunning underwater charm.

Sindu Night Market

Sindhu Market is a dual-purpose market. In the morning, it operates like a traditional market called Pasar Ramah dan Segar (Fresh and Friendly Market), selling various kinds of basic needs from daily necessities to household appliances. You can also find a variety of souvenirs, vegetables, and kitchen spices.

While in the night, Sindhu Market is known as Sindhu Night Market that offers various interesting cuisines such as Balinese, Javanese, and many other Indonesian specialties at relatively affordable prices. When you come to this place at dusk, there will be many tourists coming to taste Indonesian food.

Sanur Village Festival

Sanur Village Festival

Sanur Village Festival (SVF) is a community event founded by Sanur Development Foundation (YPS) which is a combination of several large-scale activities involving food festivals, creative economy exhibition, various contests and competitions, art and cultural attractions, music as well as various types of environmentally-friendly activities.

Sanur Water Sport - Seawalker

Nothing completes your island adventure more than some daring water sports in Bali. One of the favorite water sports is seawalker, a walking activity on the seabed using a waterproof helmet. The waterproof helmet for the seawalker is designed so that the seawalker participant can breathe like on land. Very suitable for novice participants who want to see the beauty of the underwater scenery, without having to follow the intro scuba dive activities.

Sanur Ogoh Ogoh Parade

Sanur Ogoh Ogoh Parade

The Çaka Year is from the Balinese Lunar Calendar System and the Balinese Hindu celebrate the first day of the year by exercising Catur Brata Penyepian, or Nyepi.

Known as Ngrupuk Parade, the new year’s eve festivity takes places in every village in Bali including Sanur. Each village has a number of smaller units called Banjar; and each Banjar will design and build their coolest, most evil looking giant puppet or Ogoh-Ogoh to join in the street parade. In the Sanur area, people can watch the ogoh ogoh parade in every street, such as Mertasari beach, Tamblingan street, etc.


Bali Kite Festival (in July only)

The Bali Kites Festival is a series of kiting events that take place annually between July and August (sometimes through October), notably at the start of the windy season. The kite festivals are one of Bali’s major provincial calendar highlights presenting unique cultural scenes on a par with the preceding Bali Arts Festival. The festival is slated for various dates, with main events customarily taking place along the eastern coast of Padang Galak, the northern part of Sanur. The main preliminary events are usually held near the end of June and confirmed following favorable weather.