Brimming with renowned hotels, exciting cultural attractions and breathtaking beauty, Nusa Dua is the ultimate luxury destination in Bali. Located just 25 miles south of Denpasar (the provincial capital of Bali), Nusa Dua is known for its glamour and style, thanks to luxury hotels and a championship golf course. Beyond Nusa Dua's popularity as a vacation destination, the area is also a wonderful choice for conventions and meetings, as it's home to a number of Nusa Dua unique venues.
Nusa Dua is a modern, accessible meeting destination, located on a secluded enclave with access controlled by private security. It sits just 20 miles outside of the Ngurah Rai International Airport, Indonesia's third-busiest airport. Ngurah Rai International is served by a number of international airlines and tourist charters, serving nearly 20 million passengers per year.
The airport is also just 7 miles from the Bali International Convention Centre, chief among Nusa Dua meeting venues. Bali International Convention Centre features indoor and outdoor venues, including 17 meeting rooms, a 506-seat auditorium and nearly 30,000 square feet of exhibition space. Bali International Convention Centre also features a full-service business center, a technical support team and in-house audio-visual services and is adjacent to the 346-room Westin Resort Nusa Dua Bali.
Nusa Dua venues and attractions include the world-renowned Bali Golf & Country Club, an 18-hole tropical paradise course complete with a spa, restaurant and two bars available for private groups. For a different kind of outdoor recreation excitement, Waterbom Bali is an award-winning water park home to 17 waterslides and leisure activities for all ages – and perfect for group outings.
Other Nusa Dua highlights include the Pantai Geger, a famous public beach known for its white sands. The Puju Mandala worship center, one of Indonesia's symbols of religious tolerance, houses a Buddhist temple, a Hindu temple, a Catholic church, a Protestant church and an Islamic mosque. Finally, the Museum Pasifika is home to more than 600 works of art, acting as a tribute to the artistic and cultural heritage of the Asia-Pacific region.
Visitors to Nusa Dua will not hunger for fine cuisine, as the region offers a rich variety of dining options, most of which found in Nusa Dua's resorts. Housed in Grand Hyatt Bali, Pasar Senggol specializes in Indonesian and Balinese fare, complete with Balinese cultural shows, while Kayuputi at the St. Regis Bali Resort marries Indonesian flavors and Western influences in an elegant, all-white decor. Found outside of the resorts, Ma Joly is a sleek beachfront French eatery, while Nusa Dua Beach Grill is a beachfront cafe located just adjacent to Pantai Geger.