One of the things to do in Sanur is head to the blue lagoon which protected by a reef against the high waves. It’s ideal for snorkeling and windsurfing or for taking a ‘jukung’, a traditional fishing boat.
Along Jalan Tambligan and Jalan Mertasari there are lot of souvenir stalls selling wooden masks, sarongs and photo albums made of banana leaves.
Just like the village its nightlife is as relaxed and far from the hustle and bustle of Kuta.
There are a couple of bars and restaurants where you'll find live performances by Balinese artists over 6 years agoAnswered by Waheeda via WorldNomads.com