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Located in Labuan Sait close to Uluwatu and Padang Padang, Suluban Beach is a scenic beauty obscured by limestone formations and full of rocky openings and mini pools. Accessible only through a narrow and steep pathway, the beach offers waves from 3-12 feet, making it a delight for surfers of all levels.

Suluban Beach is also known as ‘Blue Point’ since many people associate this beach with the Blue Point Bay Villas, situated at the top of the beach. The word ‘Suluban’ originates from the Balinese word ‘mesulub’ which means to bow down, as one has to bow down before getting a peek into this paradise-like wonderful beach. Today, this small beach is world-renowned for being one of the world's favourite surf destinations.