On the eastern side of Lembongan island there is a touch base to the island, named harbor of Jungut Batu on Jungut Batu beach. All routes usually reach Nusa Lembongan from the port. Ferries and speedboats navigate their way to this huge entrance. The boat will dock on the beach directly, so your feet and ankles will get wet. The ship type for local residents will depart once from 8 am from Sanur Beach and the same boat will return to Sanur the next day and leave at 8 am from Jungut Batu (Nusa Lembongan). This is the longest beach in Nusa Lembongan and full of ships from Bali.
Actually, Jungut Batu is a village on the island of Nusa Lembongan. This sun is amazing and when the water recedes, the whole seaweed industry will be laid out for you to observe. The off-beach area is used for drying seaweed and has a very seaweed smell. Prior to the government-backed commercial seafood production in 1980, people on the island lived with corn, cassava, tubers, beans, and peanuts.