Northeast of Bualu are the extensive mudflats
of Suwung, which extend for about seven km to Jimbaran.
Bridges cross over swampy sections. A commercial seaweed
farm is located two km south of Nusa Dua. A road leads south
to the small farming community of Sawangan.
Large banyan-like 'bunut' trees in the town's center. Pura
Geger, a temple dedicated to agricultural deities, is a
short distance east of town on a rocky promontory. A track
leads two km south to remote Pura Karang Bona, which also
looks out over the sea.
A smart new highway whisks arrivals the 10 kilometers from
the airport to Nusa Dua in about 20 minutes. Public bemo
leave Kuta for Nusa Dua from the intersection of Jalan Pantai
Kuta and the road to the airport. From Tegal station in
Denpasar, take a 'bemo'. Getting away The resort offers
easy access to Denpasar (25 minutes).