Finally, I could gather my head together and write about my recent trip to Bali. As a place, It is quite enormous and big to explore. Beaches are the main tourist attraction of the city. You have to be ready with your itinerary and be specific to the places you would really like to see. While I was making my itinerary, I had so many things in mind. Which places are a definite on my list, which places I can skip etc. Surprisingly, to my notice, there wasn’t much a mention of this beach. Neither there were many blogs written on it, neither did it come on my searches to the must see in Bali. For some reason, I still had this beach in my mind. So decided to add it to my bucket-list.Pandawa beach is situated South of Bali in the Kutuh Village. It is almost a half an hour drive from both Nusa Dua and Uluwatu, which are quite famous spots in Bali. Soon after seeing Nusa Dua, we decided to visit this beauty. They have recently developed a new road for easy accessibility, hence you will find a toll before you can hit the beach. Right in the entry itself they have the name of the beach written in big bold letters. It is a famous picture point there. To my surprise and considering its not-so-famous name in the beaches there, this place is absolute hidden gem. Its so damn beautiful. It has shinning white sand, crystal clear water, shades of blue and green in the sea. To be honest, it just would remind you of Maldives or Mauritius. It is the cleanest beach I saw in Bali. Like I said, its a hidden gem, not many people visit this place. unlike most beaches, you will find very few people on the beach. Kayaking is quite famous here. You can easily take a kayak to yourself and enjoy for hours (surely dung miss on the tan you will have post that). Also, if you are someone who doesn’t know swimming or is scared, you needn’t worry either. This place is just perfect since the water is quite shallow. Even if you venture in quite far, the water might just reach your shoulders. So you can comfortably decide to take a dip in the sea too. There are plenty of small shops around. You can buy water, cold drinks or coconut water from there. Food is decent too. I can go on and on about the beauty of this place. But I suggest, you check out the pictures and decide for yourself.