It may not have the surf spots of Kuta or yoga of Ubud, but it does attract a quieter crowd and less tourists. Sanur has a good mixture of everything, we felt comfortable and at home here. There are upscale resorts, spas, a 9-hole golf course, a beach, plenty of great restaurants, plus live music and bars for those who wish to let their hair down.
We have spent quite a bit of time in Sanur, it’s close to the airport making it an ideal place before or after our flight, and for catching a fast boat to the Gilis or Nusa Islands. For scuba divers, it’s the best place to buy equipment, or as a base to dive Padang Bai, Nusa Penida or even Tulumben’s USS Liberty Wreck.
Before you write off a visit, let Feet Do Travel show you some of the things to do in Sanur. You may be surprised and feel that yes, Sanur is worth a visit!