Attractions

Top Choice Museum in Sanur

Museum Le Mayeur

Artist Adrien-Jean Le Mayeur de Merpres (1880–1958) arrived in Bali in 1932, and married the beautiful Legong dancer Ni Polok three years later, when she was just 15. They lived in this compound back when Sanur was …
Top Choice Waterfront in Sanur

Beachfront Walk

Sanur’s beachfront walk was the first in Bali and has been delighting locals and visitors alike from day one. More than 4km long, it curves past resorts, beachfront cafes, wooden fishing boats under repair and quite…
Amusement Park in Sanur

Taman Festival Bali

One of the more unusual Bali attractions, Taman Festival Bali is an abandoned theme park about a 20-minute drive north of Sanur. Some say that the 8-hectare park closed its doors in 2000 after its $5 million laser e…
Beach in Sanur

Sanur Beach

Sanur Beach curves in a southwesterly direction and stretches for more than 5km. It is mostly clean and overall quite serene – much like the town itself. Offshore reefs mean that the surf is reduced to tiny waves la…
Gardens in Sanur

Bali Orchid Garden

Orchids thrive in Bali's warm weather and rich volcanic soil. At this garden you can see thousands of orchids in a variety of settings. It's 3km north of Sanur along Jl Ngurah Rai just past the major intersection wi…
Historic Building in Sanur

Grand Bali Beach Hotel

Built in the Sukarno-era, this vast hotel is now slowly fading away. Local leaders, properly horrified at its outsized bulk, imposed the famous rule that no building could be higher than a coconut palm.
Area in Sanur

Fishing Boats

Just south of the old Hyatt is a long area where multihued fishing boats are pulled ashore and repaired under the trees.
Animal Sanctuary in Sanur

Turtle Tanks

An engaging display about Bali's endangered sea turtles that usually includes some young hatchlings.
Temple in Sanur

Small Temple

Amid the tourist bustle, this little shrine is shaded by huge trees.
Monument in Sanur

Stone Pillar

The pillar, down a narrow lane to the left as you face Pura Belangjong, is Bali's oldest dated artefact and has ancient inscriptions recounting military victories from more than a thousand years ago. These inscripti…