While located only 15 minutes from the hip crowd of Seminyak and 15 minutes from Tanah Lot temple, Canggu is a quaint fishermen village featuring one of the most untouched beaches on the southwest coast of Bali, back to the traditional Bali and away from the hustle and bustle of international tourism. The beach is secluded with no beach vendors, the waves are great for surfing, and there are rice paddies dotted with private villas, an indigenous hotel called Tugu by the ocean, and a temple called Batu Bolong (meaning a rock with a hole). This is a great place if you want to experience the more authentic, romantic and natural side of Bali, while being in close proximity of chic and international selection of restaurants and nightlife. Riding on a horseback enjoying the red sunset over the Indian Ocean, biking through the ricefields, indulging in tropical spas, candlelit dining by the wild ocean, reading a good book and listening to the crashing waves are some of the acitivities that you can do in Canggu when you don't feel like shopping and walking around in Seminyak.