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Dreamland Beach

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Dreamland Beach

Dreamland Beach, Bali

Dreamland Beach (now known as New Kuta Beach) is a beach located on the Bukit peninsula, on the island of Bali, Indonesia.[1] The beach provides basic accommodation and cafes for surfers and day-trippers. It is also renowned for its dangerous shorebreak.

Dreamland Beach is the site of the failed Pecatu Graha development, planned by Tommy Suharto, the youngest son of the former president Suharto.

As of 2008 this is an active building site with all the previous Warongs having been levelled for a hotel complex.

References

  1. ^ The Indonesian island paradise intoxicates visitors with its vivid spirit, bright colors and stunning scenery.Fort Worth Star-Telegram. January 27, 2002.

External links

Bukit Peninsula travel guide from Wikivoyage


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