Gerokgak travel guide

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You're Going to Love Pemuteran

The serene village of Pemuteran in the northwest corner of Bali serves as an oasis for visitors eager to explore its underwater wonders, private coastal villas, and inland cultural treasures. Pemuteran is the ultimate tranquil beach getaway, boasting a plenitude of waterfront resorts, family fun, and romantic adventures.

Famous for its snorkeling opportunities near Menjangan Island and West Bali National Park, this small coastal village also hosts fresh seafood, sacred temples, and sightings of wildlife.

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When to Visit Pemuteran

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The dry season of May through September offers more refreshing, cooler weather and is better for outdoor activities.

How to Get to Pemuteran

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Where to Stay in Pemuteran

Pemuteran hosts a variety of budget and luxury accommodation. Guest houses, bungalows, villas, and homestays are available such as the traditional-style beachfront Taman Sari Bali Cottages.

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How to Get Around Pemuteran

The Cost of Living in Pemuteran

Shopping Streets

Shopping in Pemuteran is modest but fulfilling. A few souvenir shops such as Boutique Wibi provide handmade, traditional Balinese sarongs, jewelry, statuettes, and more.

Groceries and Other

Travel to nearby Seririt-Singaraja to the Hardy's Supermarket on Jl Ngurah Rai or Lovina for groceries you may need. Prices are relatively cheap, as milk and bread will cost Rp37,733.

Where to Eat in Pemuteran

Roadside warungs, or casual shops, serve traditional Balinese food, which consists of a mixture of Indian, Chinese, and indigenous cultural fare. For rowdier times, head to Joe's on the main strip or Warung Dive Bar across from Adi Assri Beach Resort and Spa.

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