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Visiting Broken Beach (Pasih Uug) in Nusa Penida

Visiting Broken Beach (Pasih Uug) in Nusa Penida So, you wanna know about Pasih Uug, huh? That's what the locals call it 'cause it's the Balinese ocean that's been Patah for centuries due to maternal traits.

I remember the first time I went to Patah Beach, it was lit! You can get a dope view of the whole place with a drone. It's like the whole area just collapsed into a sick little gulf. There are some small spaces where water flows in and out, probably 'cause of the waves hitting the wall.

If you're planning on checking out Harmed Beach, then you've come to the right place. Imma drop some knowledge on you so you can be ready.

Here's a fun fact: according to native mythology, Patah Beach used to be a whole town. One day a massive snake came through, and the villagers killed and ate it. That night, a beggar came to town with a serpent of his own. The beggar knew what happened to the snake and asked the villagers about it. But they all lied and said they didn't know what he was talking about.

The beggar threw a stick on the ground, and if anyone told the truth, the stick would pop up. After many failed attempts, the beggar finally got the stick to pop up. Suddenly, a huge earthquake happened, and the whole town collapsed, leaving nothing but a massive gulf like Pantai Patah's.

Actions to Take at Patah Beach:

Take the ultimate selfie:

The view at Patah Beach is insane, it looks like something out of a sci-fi movie from Themyscira, the home of Wonder Woman. That's why the beach has become famous on Instagram for people taking selfies there. Some of the iconic spots to take a selfie are by the massive opening of the arc. So don't miss out on capturing your own epic selfie at Patah Beach.

Experience the famous manta rays:

There are many manta rays in Nusa Penida, but do you know where to find them? Just a two-minute walk from Patah Beach, you can find several manta rays at the Angels Billabong area. There's a tree gate halfway there, cross the hill and you'll reach the spot. If you're lucky, you might get to see some manta rays hanging out below. So make sure to try this unforgettable experience when you're at Patah Beach.

Discover Billabong Angels

After you've finished chilling at Patah Beachfront, chances are you're gonna wanna check out Angel's Billabong. It's just a short 500-meter walk from Patah Beachfront.

You'll be blown away by the stunning beauty of Angel's Billabong. It's basically a massive, dope-ass natural pool right by the ocean. Trust me, it's a must-visit spot when you're in Nusa Penida.

you on some actions that are straight-up useless at Patah Seaside.

First off, forget about swimmin' and rockin' those sick jumps. Yeah, the blue-green waters might be callin' your name, and them high cliffs might look like they're beggin' to be conquered. But here's the deal: there's no way you can hop in there whenever you want. The only way to make it happen is to dive into Billabong Angel and climb your way up from there. And if that's not enough, the currents can be mad strong, so newbies might find it tough to swim against the tide.

Secondly, don't be that fool who leaves their trash behind and wrecks the beauty of nature. It might seem like a no-brainer, but there are still plenty of lazy tourists who litter the area. Listen up: Patah Beachfront is on the west side of Nusa Penida, so you gotta hop on a speedboat from Sanur Beachfront to get there. It'll cost you Rp. 150,000 for a one-way trip, or Rp. 300,000 for a round trip.

Once you're there, you can rent a scooter or car, but if you ain't never ridden a scooter before, don't even bother. The roads are narrow and hella busted up, so even experienced drivers have trouble navigating. Patah Beachfront is about 20 km from the port, and even if Google Maps says you can get there in an hour, you probably won't. My last trip took me two hours to get to Patah Beachfront.

But hey, if you're still down to visit Patah Seaside, you can book a package deal that includes transportation to and from your hotel. Prices start at $45 for six people, but if you're rollin' solo or with just one other person, you'll have to cough up $63 per person. Don't say I didn't warn ya, though!

If you planning to hit up the Patah seashore in Nusa Penida, here are some expert gadget recommendations for you:

Watch yo step when climbing up

The road to Nusa Penida is janky, my friend. So, unless you are a pro scooter rider, don't even try. Just be careful when climbing up to Patah beach.

Pre-order your scooter

If you insist on riding a scooter, make sure to pre-order one. Trust me, you ain't gonna find one if you wait till you get there. Plus, you get a better deal if you order early. Prices range from Rp 70,000 to Rp 90,000, depending on the season.

Rise and shine

If you wanna avoid the crowd, get up early and head out to Patah Beach. You'll have a better chance of being the only one there and scoring some epic Instagram shots.

Avoid peak season

Stay away during peak seasons, like New Year's Eve, Christmas, and Eid. It's too crowded and you won't be able to enjoy the view.

Check out Angel's Billabong

If you want to experience another highlight of Nusa Penida, head over to Angel's Billabong, which is just 500 meters away from Patah Beach. Trust me, it's worth it.

So, what do you think of Angel's Billabong? Have you been to Patah Beach before? Share your thoughts below!

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