Padang Galak Beach

Padang Galak Beach(沙努尔)

Padang Galak Beach



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Backpacker Ngirit
印度尼西亚登巴萨50 条分享
2021年8月 • 独自旅游
pantai yg dikenal mistis karena sering dipake upacara nganyut, tpi pesonanya keren, apalgi sore2, sambil cuci mata n makan lumpiang,
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印度尼西亚巴厘岛48 条分享
サヌール北側に位置しビーチ自体もサヌールビーチと繋がっていますが、残念ながら短期旅行者さんはわざわざ行くほどではないないと思います。 行かれるとしたら、タクシーでこちらまで行き、ビーチ沿いをサヌールまで散歩で南下するとよい運動になると思います。どちらにしてもサヌールにあるホテルに泊まっている時に朝か夕方涼しい時行かれるのおススメします。
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荷兰埃因霍温3,044 条分享
Wanneer we in Sanur zijn bezoeken we altijd de 2 tempels aan het strand van Padang Galak/Kesiman, dat is 4 km fietsen of lopen. Pura Campuhan Windhu Sagara is de Tempel om ernstige ziekten te genezen, en wordt altijd druk bezocht door de lokale mensen. De gelovigen wassen zich met heilig water via een ivoor kokosnoot en bidden met verschillende soorten verlangens of met de bedoeling om genade te vragen aan de Schepper. Ook is men altijd bezig met een restauratie van de tempel of daar rondom. Nieuw, aan de linkerzijde, is een groot tempelgebouw.
Direct er naast gelegen vind je: Pura Sagara Taman Ayung. Deze tempel van 1997 is voor de heerser van de oceaan. De binnenplaats is voorzien van twee Meru’s, pagodes van karakteristieke terrasvormige daken. Ook hier is een bezoekje best de moeite waard.
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印度尼西亚登巴萨209 条分享
2019年5月 • 独自旅游
12/05/2019 Indahnya pantai tapi tidak istimewa....
Tempat parkirnya tidak dikelola hany mengambil distribusi 2.000
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Douglas G
英国Isle of Portland520 条分享
2019年2月 • 独自旅游
After exploring Samur and its range of light brown sand beaches this was a return to the predominant volcanic black sand beaches that stretch along the south east coastline up to xxxx. There are a few little stalls where you can get drinks and light refreshments. However after walking to the beach, seeing the tide was tight up to the coastal defence there was nothing much to keep me there. The attraction I guess is that you can get away from the crowds for awhile but don’t expect too much compared to the beaches of Sanur. There is a Temple here and figures either side if the entrance to the beach. I think that many Bali beaches are places of worship and the power of nature and not just places to lounge around on like westerners tend to do and affects our perceptions! It was impressive in showing the power of the sea but certainly not a place fir a quick dip :)
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Robert O
荷兰鹿特丹3,128 条分享
2019年2月 • 独自旅游
Where jalan Padang Galak meets the ocean north of Sanur is this beach. There is a parking lot with some warungs. At high tide the water reaches the reinforced coast line. At low tide there is gray sand. There are few people, perhaps because there is no shade. Tourists from Sanur generally walk here as there is a footpath on the dike all the way to the Campuhan temple at the far end where the jeh Ajung river flows into the ocean. Along the dike there is no "development", just some fields. Nice for a change.

In 1906 Padang Galak was the place where a Dutch military intervention force led by Rost van Tonningen disembarked to conquer the Badung and Tambanan kingdoms resulting in a Puputan bloodbath. More than a thousand people died. Towards the Sanur side there are two plaques in stone to commemorate the events.

For Dutch people perhaps interesting to know that the general in charge of the genocidal 1906 operation Rost van Tonningen was the father of Meinoud Rost van Tonningen, a key leader of the pro-Nazi fascist party NSB during WOII. His wife also known as the Black Widow died in 2007. She remained loyal to the goals of fascism until the very end.
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荷兰Didam305 条分享
2019年1月 • 夫妻情侣
Als strand is deze plek niet de moeite waard. Er staat wel een prachtige tempel die een bezoek zeker waard is.
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印度尼西亚登巴萨17 条分享
2018年12月 • 好友
Selain ada pantai di sana juga ada gedung yang cocok buat foto foto loh, ayo yang butuh destinasi buat foto foto bagus bisa kesana huhuhu
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Pascal S
印度尼西亚沙努尔59 条分享
2017年11月 • 独自旅游
Promenade à vélo depuis le centre de Sanur en longeant la plage. En fin d'après-midi avec l'ambiance de fin de journée. Cérémonies familiales le long du parcours et également dans le temple. Familles suivant rituels vont après les offrandes se plonger dans la mer en déposant encore quelque offrande aux dieux. Certains balinais s'enfouissent dans le sable noir et se réchauffent ou font un peeling ?
Le temple assez simple recèle de très beaux détails à qui sait bien regarder et un peu curieux. Lieu peu visité par les touristes d'où un certain charme authentique.
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澳大利亚凯马2,171 条分享
2018年7月 • 独自旅游

This black sand beach runs north of SANUR’S small but busy harbour. To the eye it looks extremely long but actually the first 2200m to the JEH AJUNG stream is PADANG GALAK – across river is another 1300m of similar sand named locally PANTAI BIAUNG and PANTAI LEMBERG, but I’m sure most visitors think they are still on PADANG GALAK. I did. At the north end the sand gives way to a rocky foreshore for a few hundred meters to the CAMPUHAN stream after which the sand starts again (often narrow and discontinuous) for several km further.
I‘ve walked these beaches twice return (2015/18) from my SANUR hotel to the PANDAWA POINT surf spot 500m past CAMPUHAN R. The sand is hot and not attractive with heaps of rubbish (NO RESORTS to groom the beach). Similarly there’s lots of rubbish in the water – not the most attractive place for a swim. No offshore reef like SANUR’S means ocean swell penetrates making for choppy surf in the onshore winds of dry season and poor surfing waves until PANDAWA POINT’S submerged rocks create a passable wave. There are many nicer east coast beaches for good sunrises.
The beach hinterland is not exciting to explore – 75% flat rice farming, a few small residential areas plus scattered warehousing/manufacturing and several Hindu temples behind the sand.
So the average visitor will not be whelmed. However, CULTURE VULTURES may find more of interest. While not fitting that label, I’m always interested in local beach culture and found late in the day many Balinese enjoying the sand, wading/swimming, beach or stream fishing and playing beach football. Others content to sit on seawalls/temple steps checking the scene. There are a few warungs/cafes catering to locals. However I had no luck in my 4 pass-bys in observing the temples’ COLOURFUL RELIGIOUS CEREMONIES/PROCESSIONS reviewers’ pix show at page top. I guess it’s a matter of lucky timing.

TIPS – I found dry (tourist season) crossings of the 2 main streams easy. Low flow plus old trick of wading out into the sea a bit where it isn’t as deep as narrower parts of the entrance. However wet season high flow may be difficult.
- parking: SANUR HARBOUR area has parking but gets super crowded. My suggestion: follow one of the roads from the busy coastal highway down to the temple areas which have plenty of parking.
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