Penarukan Beach, North Bali
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Penarukan Beach, North Bali

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Just a quiet beach, Penarukan, in the North of Bali. (Buleleng).  Jalan Natuna, the road leading to this beach, can be quite noisy at night, there are several karaoke cafe's. The beach is sometimes used by lovers to meet.

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