Canggu is a small village and expanse of beach located along the southernmost coast of Bali in Indonesia, situated 10 kilometres north of Kuta and north-west of Seminyak. The rural area persists as a vast region of rice fields and oceanfront but is experiencing a very noticeable increase in foreign tourism due to a rising cultural community and growth of applicable commerce.
Beachfront activities attribute to the thriving appellation of the area, exemplified by the concentration of opportunities amongst Pantai Batu Mejan, Canggu Beach itself, Berawa Beach, and Batu Bulan Beach. Tourists enjoy a variety of water sports ranging from surfing, windsurfing, scuba diving, and snorkelling. Additionally, there is a remarkable amount of luxurious spas, entertainment areas, cultural tours, shopping areas, and horseback riding opportunities to satisfy a comprehensive palette of touristic desires. Surfing has been a monumental attraction of the area throughout the Pererenan and Echo beaches.
Transit in Canggu Beach is very limited to personal vehicles and transportation, mostly cars and motorcycles. Scooters are common and walking is a popular way of getting around. Taxi stands are uncommon, but there are private drivers available for hire.
Jalan Batu Bolong is a prominent street within Canggu proper that contains many monuments of significance including the of temple of the dead, Pura Mrajapati, and the Pipitan Cemetery. Other temples located throughout the beachfront region include Pura Batu Bolong and Pura Batu Mejan. The Canggu area is an iconic representation of global cultural transformation from agricultural provision to touristic exploitation.