Some of the best things to do in Sanur appeal to those looking to learn about Bali’s unique culture and natural landscape. Historical landmarks include the Le Mayeur Museum, the ancient and mysterious Blanjong inscription, and even a ghost town’ that only the brave should enter.
Sanur Beach was one of the first resort areas in Bali, though it remains rich in history and maintains a laidback ambience. It’s made up of several beaches that are relatively quiet when compared to the likes of Kuta or Legian. Sanur’s expansive coastline is shared by some of the island’s oldest hotels and boutique resorts.