Sanur Beach Walk

Sanur has nice beach walking path.I had heard and read about it. I wanted to walk the whole path of around 5 to 7 Kms. We initially thought of going in the morning for sunrise, but all of us were so tired we woke up late, so we went for an evening walk. When we left, Uma was sleeping, so we didn't take a stroller but a KolKol baby carrier

Beach walking path for both people and bicycles
Beach walking path for both people and bicycles

The taxi dropped us at the end of Jalan Duyung, and from there, we walked towards the beach, then we took a left towards Sanur Beach. We were slow; in between, Uma woke up and walked briefly. Then we stopped at Jl. Pantai Karang for a snack. Then we continued to walk and took a break at Nelayan Bali. We ate some snacks. Uma ate her packed snacks.

Anju and Uma
Anju and Uma
Uma and I
Uma and I

Though we didn't enter the water, we walked on the sand and played a bit. The water was shallow and clean. It's very accessible even for toddlers.

Sanur beach is also accessible if you want to spend time in shallow water.
Sanur beach is also accessible if you want to spend time in shallow water.

We continued walking post that. Uma was very sleepy, she slept in Kolkol. So we stopped at Jl Pantai Sindu and took a taxi back. We walked around 2.8 Kms. We could have easily walked another 2 kms. Original idea was to walk 5 Kms. We probably go back and do the rest.

Path also goes through busy areas with cafes.
Path also goes through busy areas with cafes.

We returned on Tuesday and walked to the other side of the beach. This time, we walked to the end of the beachfront, totaling around four kilometers. Uma also got to play in the water a bit, took lots of goofy pictures, ate dinner. It was time well spent.

The sky was clear blue and water was very calm.
The sky was clear blue and water was very calm.
Anju and Uma
We were twinning

Here are the gpx1 and gpx2 files in case you want it. You really don't need it as the signs and path is very clear.


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  1. April 5, 2024

    […] Bali celebrating Uma's first birthday. We walked quite a bit. I wrote about two of them (Ubud and Sanur). I was doubtful if we could walk with Uma in Bali's heat, but we could, and she did well. They […]

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