Known for its grilled foods, the gleaming Jimbaran, Bali, is a wonderful place to visit. Along the Jimbaran beach, there are numerous seafood restaurants that come to life, especially at night! It is located along Jimbaran Bay and is great for swimming and relaxing under the sun. The waters along Jimbaran Beach are calmer as compared to other beaches in the area. People who enjoy water sports will find this small city to be a great place because Jimbaran has plenty of other beaches as well, such as Pandawa Beach, Padang-Padang Beach, and Balangan Beach.
To get around the city, visitors often rent motorbikes and ride through the town. Jimbaran is a traditional Balinese town and visitors can get a peek into the culture and traditions of the locals. Visit Jenggala Keramik where authentic Balinese craftsmanship is displayed! Jenggala Keramik also offers workshops for everyone who is interested in paint-a-pot and ceramics classes. Don’t forget a trip to Samasta Lifestyle Village as well! Restaurants, stores, cafes, and other relaxation centers with thick Indonesian culture are scattered all over the village. This place is perfect for visitors that are interested in both the cultural and luxurious side of Jimbaran!
There are several shops and boutiques lined along the Jalan Uluwatu. The Jimbaran Market is one of the great places to shop in the town. The market has wonderful antique shops and stylish boutiques where visitors can find a variety of items to buy.
The Ngurah Rai Airport is the only airport on the Bali island. The airport is located about 15 minutes south of the airport and can be easily reached by taxi. From the airport, visitors can take a taxi to Jimbaran which costs around Rp 60,000-80,000. Visitors to Jimbaran can opt for hotel airport pick-ups as almost all hotels offer this facility.
There are plenty of halal restaurants in Jimbaran. Though Jimbaran offers various kinds of cuisine, seafood is where Jimbaran shines the most! The best restaurants to dine in town are Menega Cafe, Bela Seafood, Bendesa Cafe, and Asam Garam Restaurant!
The Masjid Umar bin Khattab and the Masjid Al Fattah are the main mosques in and around the town. Visitors can ask around with locals about the location of other mosques in Jimbaran.