Aside from surf, surf and more surf, the laid-back Canggu is noted as one of the many mystical attractions along Bali’s southwest coast. A 15- to 20-minute drive northwest of Kuta and Seminyak along the coast, this fisherman’s village is the choice for both budget-friendly seekers and high-end rollers. Savor both the local feel, quaint rice paddy and ocean scenery uniquely juxtaposed with one another and the exclusive Canggu Club, an international membership club with world-class amenities, a hubbub of socials and sport for family.
Indonesia is the fourth most populated country on earth and consists of more than 17,000 islands with the magical island of Bali situated at its heart between Java and Lombok. It is flanked by the Bali Sea to the North and Indian Ocean to the South and with a population of around 4 million people is the only Hindu society in Southeast Asia. Often described as The Land of the Gods, Bali has many attractions for the millions of visitors to its shores and is the most popular tourist destination in Indonesia.
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Canggu pleasures run the gamut from horseback riding through many of its spectacular secluded beaches, cycling through rice fields, rugged volcanic sand beach, tropical spas, yoga retreats, magnificent temples, ambrosial restaurants, exquisite hilltop vistas overlooking the sun-bathed Indian Ocean.