Nusa Lembongan is a small island you can access by boat crossing the Bali Straight (approx 12 kilometers). It has about 6,000 people who live there year round. The fact that this part of Bali is not highly populated means that it is a perfect place for a holiday getaway, although that is changing as more touristists begin to flock to the island.

Nusa Lembongan is an island located southeast of Bali, Indonesia. It is part of a group of three islands that make up the Nusa Penida district -- this island group in turn is part of the Lesser Sunda Islands.

Nusa Lembongan is approximately 8 square kilometres in area with about 25% of that area being protected mangrove. It lies twelve kilometers off Bali coast across the Badung Strait which separates Nusa Lembongan from Bali Island. The island is surrounded by coral reefs with white sand beaches and low limestone cliffs.

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Green Watch: Mangrove Forest Lembongan

8 Sept 2017
Category: Ecosystems Lembongan

Mangroves are the "lungs of the sea"


Bali World's Top Destination

24 November 2017
Category: Bali

TripAdvisor Ranks Bali as Worlds Top Destination (2017)