Just beginning to appear on visitor itineraries, Nusa Penida still awaits proper discovery. It's an untrammelled place that answers the question: what would Bali be like if tourists never came? There are just a handful of formal activities and sights; instead, you go to Nusa Penida to explore and relax, to adapt to the slow rhythm of life here.
Tiny Nusa Ceningan is connected to Nusa Lembongan by an atmospheric, narrow yellow suspension bridge crossing the lagoon, making it quite easy to explore the island. Besides the lagoon filled with frames for seaweed farming, you'll see several small agricultural plots and a fishing village.