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Sitting pretty along the coast of Badung Strait in southeastern Bali, Sanur is a small village. The coastline of Sanur is roughly 5kilometers long. It is a quiet place which is oft visited by visitors looking for serenity and calm which cannot be found in the busy neighboring area of Kuta. The tourist infrastructure is reasonably good with several restaurants, bars and hotels. It however, does not have Kuta’s nightlife and dance bars. Sanur’s coastline has reef formations just a few hundred meters from the shoreline. This makes the beach area excellent for snorkeling as you are likely to find amazing marine fauna and flora in safer shallow waters. High tide is the best time for snorkeling around the reefs. Dive tours to nearby Nusa Penida, Ceningan and Lembongan are launched from Sanur. Sanur also has interesting reef dive sites of its own. Penjor Reef and Channel Point are popular dive sites in Sanur. They are easy and less hazardous which makes them excellent for beginners with reef slopes reaching depths of no greater than 20 meters. . The area is visited by a diverse marine life which includes white-tip reef sharks, mantis shrimp, blue spotted ray and many more. The visibility differs according to the time of year and location of the site.