Balian Beach is on the island’s west coast, you have a different beach scene, with dark volcanic sand and waves that appeal to surfers the world over. Some are fringed by rice paddies and palm trees, adding to its exotic appeal. For non-surfers, it’s a nice sandy spot from where to watch the action. Staying close to Balian Beach is made easy with accommodation options on the coast such as the Gajah Mina Resort. Local seafood warungs come to life in the evenings. Another favourite surf break worth checking out while in the west is Medewi, a half-hour drive further west from here.
Visitors to Balian Beach can enjoy various water activities, such as swimming, snorkelling, and sunbathing, or simply indulge in various dishes served with excellent views, Seafood and grills are the common standard, while international yet simple selections such as sandwiches and omelettes are also available. Optionally, served with refreshing young coconuts cut open on order, cold bottled soft drinks and beers, and fresh blends and fruit juices.
Several warung also provide gear rentals, and some also offer guide services to accompany on various fishing, snorkelling and diving trips along the way up back to Denpasar there is great places to visit like Tanah Lot temple.
Balian Beach is well loved beach in the area the beach can be enjoyed at anytime of the day, most of the cafes, especially those that serve grilled seafood only open near sunset time.