Hiking around Bukit Asah


East of Bali: Stroll into Asak’s paddy fields - Admire Bali from Bukit Asah - Relax on Virgin Beach.
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  • All-in-one: paddy fields, panoramic view over the sea and beach with crystal clear waters.
  • Hiking off the beaten tracks with an experienced local guide.
  • Relaxing afternoon to rest at Virgin Beach.
  • Private car with an experienced and very caring driver.
Discovering the local way of life

Get off the beaten tracks! Hike through the hidden and well-preserved paddy fields around the village of Asak, admire the panoramic view over the sea from Bukit Asah and finish the journey at the irresistible Virgin Beach.

Nyoman, your private local guide, will pick you up at your accommodation between 7 a.m. and 8 a.m. (depending on its location) in a comfortable air-conditioned car, driven by his assistant chauffer to drive you at the starting point of the hike.

You will start walking from Asak, a small village surrounded by magnificent paddy fields. Then you will reach Bukit Asah, which offers a striking and panoramic view over the Balinese coast from the mount. And finally, the hike will come to an end at the famous Virgin Beach where you can have lunch and relax for the afternoon.

You can trust in Nyoman’s experience and good humour to make this a very authentic and memorable day.

You will be back at your accommodation in the middle or late afternoon depending on its location, the traffic conditions and the time spent on each place of interest.

Selamat Pagi!
(Indonesian way to say Hello)
My name is Nyoman and I'll be
your local guide for this activity.”

Nyoman lives in a little village near Candidasa, in the East of Bali, with his wife and their three children.

After spending several years doing guided tours for the guests of big hotels, he decided to become independent in order to offer activities and experiences relating to Balinese everyday life. This enables him to spread his passion for the sea, fishing, nature and his region.

Attentive, thorough and full of the joys of life, Nyoman will make your day of discovery an unforgettable one.

Foreign languages: English (fluent).

Stroll into Asak’s paddy fields


Secluded. Uncharted. Undisturbed.

You will begin the hike in the small village of Asak, to reach the superbly preserved paddy fields, where the colours oscillate between deep green and pale yellow, depending on the season and the different plots.

You will cross the paddy fields on both wide and more narrow paths whilst observing the fruit (including coffee), the vegetation and the Balinese rural life: locals working in the paddy fields and on the farmland, beekeepers, etc.

Throughout this pleasant 2 hour-long walk, you can count on Nyoman’s experience and stories to make this adventure a magical and rewarding moment.

Admire Bali from Bukit Asah


A breath-taking panoramic view.

You will follow an asphalted road as well as small paths to slowly ascend Mount Asah ("Bukit Asah" in Indonesian language), offering a striking view of the surrounding cliffs.

During the course of this one-hour climb through a luscious vegetation dotted with a few houses, you’ll be rewarded with panoramic views over the paddy fields that you will have crossed earlier in the day.

At the top, you will catch your breath facing the sea and observe the waves hitting the rocks and the beach lined with numerous traditional boats. A truly magical sight!

Relax on Virgin Beach


Turquoise water, fresh juices and seafood!

After the descent from Mount Asah via a winding but well-maintained path, you will be amazed by the sight of the incredible Virgin Beach, one of Bali’s most beautiful beaches!

The location is not totally untouched as a few beach huts have been set up. You can enjoy delicious fish, seafood and refreshing juices. Will you choose to hire a sun lounger and/or to have a massage facing the crystal clear waters, or to wander around the wilder parts to admire the fishing boats?